Next week, on September 9, Central Library will be hosting the conversation “Racial Justice in a Post-Ferguson World.” To support this important conversation, Scribbler offers an extremely partial, highly subjective selections of books we have read recently that approach the topic from a literary angle. 681 more words
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Online data tracking – everyone is doing it, including your local library if you live in St. Paul.
The city’s public library system will be the first in Minnesota to test new software aimed at helping it understand user habits, who is and isn’t visiting the library, and how best to communicate with the community, … 467 more words
The Saint Paul Public Library will host individualized tax-help sessions at four locations during the 2015 tax season. From the first week in February to mid-April, AARP volunteers will offer free assistance in filing tax forms at the George Latimer Central Library, along with the Hayden Heights, Rondo, and Sun Ray locations. 480 more words
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The St. Paul Public Library has chosen Kekla Magoon’s “How It Went Down” as its 2015 Read Brave book.
Read Brave is the library’s annual citywide program encouraging young people and adults to read a young adult novel and discuss it. 77 more words
A little over a week ago I got to capture two of my favorite girls again! We decided to try out the St. Paul Public Library in downtown St. 104 more words
On October 8th, at 1 pm (central time), WebJunction will host a free webinar, Serving Readers: Beyond the Basics.
If you have incorporated reader’s advisory best practices for serving patrons, this webinar will discuss ways to enhance traditional techniques with new resources. 24 more words