Away from the bustle of big city life, some of New Zealand's - and possibly the world's - tiniest libraries sit quietly awaiting visitors. Usually no bigger than a bedroom or small - New Zealand Herald
One of the trends in library rhetoric is the increasing use of neoliberal words and terminology. This has been ongoing for some time and, in many ways, is nothing new (indeed, the discussion about it is nothing new). However, it seems to me to be ever more prevalent as growing numbers of people talk about … Continue reading Language, libraries and ‘The Market’
Or how I learned to stop being quiet and talk about how great the library is. I am an introvert. Susan Cain’s Quiet was a revelation for me to read. So, it should not have been a surprise when I... Read More ›
The Senate made great strides this week to ensure needed reform to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). After much debate and across the aisle discussion, yesterday the Senate overwhelmingly passed S. 1177, the Every Child Achieves Act, by... Read More ›
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