When a self-published author contacts someone in the collection development department at my library, we let out a collective groan. Inevitably, our answer to the request to add their book to our collection will feel personal, which is awkward. It will definitely mean more work for us no matter what, and for acquisitions and cataloging staff…
Mathew Flores used to read junk mail for fun. Now he has thousands of new books. The 12-year-old loves reading so much that he reads everything that he can get his hands on, including junk mail delivered to his home in Sandy, Utah. But thanks to a viral plea from his mailman, Mathew's library just got an upgrade.
On October 29 American Library Association (ALA) president Sari Feldman launched the Libraries Transformcampaign, a three-year national public awareness initiative focusing on the ways public, academic, school, and special libraries and librarians across the nation transform their communities.
Les bibliothèques scolaires sont plus menacées par les problèmes d'espace que par les compressions budgétaires. Plusieurs écoles de la grande région de Montréal ont dû fermer leurs bibliothèques pour aménager des classes.
Canadians have a global reputation for being polite and even deferential. But when it comes to our literature, our writers don't shy away from challenging the status quo, exploring taboos, and offering bold perspectives. We're highlighting 10 controversial Canadian literary classics that pushed the envelope when they were released, and that you should definitely read, if you haven't already.
I’m delighted to announce that Sarah Cole from TIME/IMAGE is the British Library’s new Creative Entrepreneur-in-Residence, having secured funding from CreativeWorks London to work on a project called Poetic Places. This initiative will explore relationships between literary geographies, cultural heritage collections, and real world environments...
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