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Shannon Acedo wrote a post about the success of the upper school book club (http://aislnews.org/?p=1687) and gave me a little shout out. I thought, I would write about the evolution of the middle school book club.
8 years ago, I joined Maxine Lucas in co-sponsoring the book club at the middle school. Max had a successful following and it was easy for me to slide into that role. Our old library was at the center of the school and I believe that helped as wel
I’ll be honest: I didn’t know what LibGuides were until I was well into my library & information science graduate program, and at first I thought they were pretty dorky since they looked so dated. But I’ve since come around, and overall they’re great — easy to create, easy to edit, and fairly reliable as …