Micro-Credentialed Librarians: Building New Skills and Making an Impact

The modern-day librarian has seen a significant shift toward a more digitally inclusive library. The COVID-19 pandemic forced librarians across the globe to leverage technology […]

Adapting to Change, Loss, and Possibilities: Dennis Maness

It’s been a time of reflection. A time of thinking about how much I miss having meandering conversations with friends over coffee and dessert. And, […]

How to get physical copies of books to students

Getting books in the hands of students is crucial to supporting their sense of well-being and reducing anxiety during the The post How to get […]

Using Your Organizational Skills to Change the World Using Social Media

There is much more to social media than simply posting and waiting for results. The best efforts—including many of those highlighted in this series of […]

Facing Online Harassment While Changing the World

When you think about the stories you have heard or read regarding online harassment—including trolling—through social media, you can easily make the mistake of thinking […]

How to do a library diversity audit

7 tips for educators Create a place where all students lives are seen and valued. Expand the idea of what The post How to do […]

Librarians will restore your faith in America

It is easy to lose faith in America and the American way of life. Politicians certainly don’t do...

Reimagine Your Library Space

When working on ways to reimagine your library space, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. It’s hard to know where to start, or if […]

News Literacy for Educators (with 15 Tools)

Following the 2016 presidential election, America saw a steep rise in fake news and news designed for misinformation. As school librarians, we are also seeing […]

How do you turn kids into bookworms? All 10 children's laureates share their tips | Books | The Guardian

How do you turn kids into bookworms? All 10 children’s laureates share their tips | Books |...

Thanking and Giving from the Library

Let’s face it. The days are getting shorter but feeling longer. Everyone is in need of a break. The excitement of the new year is […]

Student Online Life: Targeted Digital Citizenship Education

This year, October 15-19 is Digital Citizenship Week. While it’s great to bring awareness to the importance of digital citizenship this week, five days is […]

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