Daily MailElvis Presley Library Card Could Fetch Thousands At AuctionHuffington PostAmong the mundane items graced by their connection to Elvis Presley that are expected to fetch thousands at an auction next week are an old library card, pill...
libraryjournal: “ ex-tabulis: “ libraryjawn: “ Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library In 1996, Dolly Parton launched an exciting new effort, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, to benefit the children of...
And.....52% Host Book Clubs in the Library 40% Don't Belong in a Book Club and Don't Host a Book Club 5% Host a Book Club and Belong to an Adult Book Club 2% Teachers Host a Book Club 1% Belong to an Adult Book Club
Uploaded by RichmondTownLibrary: "This is an open access occupational film about the library profession, and becoming a librarian. It was shot in 1947, and I think it holds up quite well in the world of Web 2.0 and Library 2.0"
RT @sallyheroes: "It appears that the number one thing patrons use the library for is (prepare yourself) books": http://t.co/CEiQTtdC via @JustinLibrarian...
"[...] surprised they would select books when they have so many other things to choose from. I imagine he’s even more surprised to learn that something else patrons rate highly is personal interaction with the staff. I don’t know who designed the survey, but it couldn’t have been the director. It wouldn’t have occurred to him to put “human interaction” on the list of things patrons might value. He’s all about technology.
No one disputes that technology has improved the library experience for the patron. You can search the catalog from home and access our subscribed databases. You can place your own holds, request your own interlibrary loan materials, download books to your own devices.
The library is working towards self-checkout, presumably so you can conduct all your library business without ever having to interact with the staff. This must sound like a dream-come-true for the director, who hates to interact with the library staff, but for patrons, there’s more to the library than just the delivery of materials. They like human contact."
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