There is an i ue with trying to determine why STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) is still a four-letter word to women: We're asking the wrong question. We should be a
Via Bookmarking Librarian
The fantastic team behind Canadian Lesfic kindly stopped by the BCLA LGBTQ Interest Group blog to talk about Canadian lesbian fiction, must-have lesbian titles for any library collection, fantastic resources and much, more!
Via Fred Stenson
The 2016 New Landmark Libraries highlight academic libraries that are setting the standard for both new construction and renovations. These five winners and three honorable mentions inspire by illustrating the creativity, innovation, and imagination that can spring from even the most modest budget. The trends, ideas, and methods provide inspiration for other projects and efforts, large or small.
Is there any time more ripe with possibility and expectation than the beginning of a new school year? I’m brimming with ideas and excited to see students coming back. I must admit, however, that I’m less excited about library orientation: the same lesson over and over again, the listing of rules and
Students in the age of digital screens often face significant reading challenges. A library’s large print collection can be instrumental in helping them change their habits for the better.
Via Susan Grigsby @sksgrigsby
Children in grades Kindergarten through eight are invited to fill out an entry form located in the KidSpace department and write five to 10 sentences about why they're best suited to lead the library district as its top elected official.
Earlier this year, I wrote about a wonderful library project that Tibetan friends in India are putting together for a Tibetan exile community there, with the support of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.…...
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