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Article of Interest: "Degendering the Nature of Customer Service"

“Degendering the Nature of Customer Service”

Although this article was written by and about baristas, I think it has a lot of crossover applications to all customer service jobs, including library workers. 77 more words

Customer Service

Ebooks from the library

Just checked out my first Kindle book from my local library!

It works through a site called Overdrive.com, and you link your public library account to it so you can borrow e-books. 31 more words

I'm Bored

Since I was a child, I’ve always had a fear of boredom. I’d take a typewriter–the big, black, weighs-a-ton type–on vacations. (My father, apparently, was very indulgent.) There was always something I wanted to write. 489 more words

Lifestyle Changes

Youth librarians on censorship

Activity

Three youth librarians were interviewed about censorship. Questions focused on the following: their experiences of internal or external censorship; whether they had censored something, and if so, their reasons for doing so; and generally, how they view censorship in public libraries. 536 more words

Libraries

GIVE A COPY OF THIS LOVELY LITTLE BOOK TO YOUR HOUSE OF WORSHIP TO SHARE WITH FOLKS WHO WANT TO SHOW THEIR LOVE,

I just posted this review of “Now to Him”on amazon.com

May 27, 2017

This is a beautiful little book. Forty-five pages of honesty, love, and faith. 192 more words

"Reading" Audio Books

As an avid fan of audio books – particularly to listen to whilst driving – I’m a regular at my local library, where, for a small fee, I can borrow from a wide range of titles available. 754 more words

The Writer's World