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Library Photo of the Month--December 2015

Every September (well, almost every September), I spend a long weekend with other library-type women in Door County, a beautiful, magical place in Wisconsin. 89 more words

Public Libraries

Marketing Your Small or Rural Library through Social Media

Thursday, September 4, 2014
11:00 am – 12pm
Penny Hummel Consulting

Feels like social media that there are a lot of mouths to feed and there’s always something more. 841 more words


Best Small Library in America

When I was a kid, before computers were as common as televisions, the library was the place to go for reading, research and wonder. Inside the hushed halls surrounded by knowledge, imagination, art, and the magical books that took me to other worlds, I knew that I was in a special place. 317 more words

Arts & Culture

Uniquely Utah: Little Free Libraries

In this week’s edition of Uniquely Utah, Todd Tanner shows us some unique libraries that don’t take up much space.

The libraries are part of a larger program. 25 more words


The reality of a small town

Originally published: August 2, 2011

I could tell something was up with the children’s librarian when we changed guards for the evening shift. (She wasn’t as chatty as she was usually is.) One of our patrons, a teen, almost drowned Monday night. 223 more words

In The Field

Rural library attempts to cross digital divide

How important has technology become as a part of everyday life? According to Dish Network technician and technical engineer David Muncher, it is extremely important. “The ease to get information has given everyone the chance to use, or not use, the vast amount of information,” said Muncher. 374 more words