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Some amazing librarian, Katie Johnson, turned storytime into a way to really help low-income families and children get the help they need–medical help, food, education. This is what I love. This is what I believe. It’s a trope: libraries can … Continue reading
I’m fortunate to be surrounded by library supporters. Really. But sometimes it’s easy to forget that there really are such things as non-supporters of the library. GASP! Really? Non-supporters? I ran into one on a friend’s Facebook post about library … Continue reading
Maybe we’re thinking about it all wrong when we ban food in the library. Maybe we shouldallow food. Let me explain. My husband and I were eating ice cream cones during one of his meal breaks at his job at … Continue reading
Ever since I became aware of the fact that HeathCare.gov has a Facebook page a few months ago, I became a fan for two reasons. I want to better understand how the changes will help me and my friends. I … Continue reading
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Original. I went into the library to get two books for the Context Book Report. I figured I could look at the two and decide which one to report on. I accidentally came out with 10 times more books than … Continue reading
Here’s the original. I have been pondering this question ever since I finished reading Michael Buckland’s “Redesigning Library Services: A Manifesto.” What kind of improvements could be made on current library services? What new services could be added based on … Continue reading
Sunday = church = blogging about church. I’m Catholic–dunno if you could tell or if I ever mentioned it before. I’m not about to go back trawling through my old blog posts to figure out for sure. Recently, Cardinal Francis … Continue reading
I completed Day 1 of my training last night–you can read all about it on my ChicagoNow blog.