Library Advocacy Stories: Michael Lambert (Part 2 of 2)

This is the second part of a two-part interview conducted with Michael Lambert, City Librarian, San Francisco Public Library. It was originally published on the California […]

Library Advocacy Stories: Deborah Doyle (Part 1 of 2)

This is the first part of a two-part interview conducted with Deborah Doyle, a long-time library advocate. It was originally published on the California Library […]

Library Advocacy Stories: Deborah Doyle (Part 2 of 2)

This is the second part of a two-part interview conducted with Deborah Doyle, a long-time library advocate. It was originally published on the California Library Association website as […]

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, […]

Promoting Universal Broadband Access With Dianne Connery (Part 1 of 2)

This is the first part of a two-part interview conducted with Dianne Connery, director of the Pottsboro Area Library (in Texas) and a ShapingEDU colleague […]

Promoting Universal Broadband Access With Dianne Connery (Part 2 of 2)

This is the concluding segment of a two-part interview conducted with Dianne Connery, director of the Pottsboro Area Library (in Texas) and a ShapingEDU colleague […]

Tips, Tricks, and Tech Tidbits – Part 4

In surfing the amazing world of educational technology recently, I’ve found more treasures to share with you. (If you missed the previous three blogs on […]

How Public Libraries Can Support Students Amid Distance Learning

The recent, large-scale shift from in-class to distance learning models – and other transformations in the way schools operate and in how students access information […]

Adapting to Change, Loss, and Possibilities: Training Trainers, Learning, and Victory Dances

There are obviously numerous buildings with “closed” signs on them as many of us continue to follow shelter-in-place guidelines in effect because of the coronavirus […]

TCEA Responds: Starting a Virtual Book Club

 Dear TCEA Responds: I would be interested in learning how to do a book club with my students online. I want to focus on short […]

Celebrating National Library Week from Home

For more than 60 years, people have joined with the American Library Association to set aside a week in April to celebrate the power of […]

State of America’s Libraries: Open (Online) For National Library Week 2020

If I weren’t so busy using library services online and staying in touch with library colleagues across the United States, I might actually be feeling […]

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