Sari Feldman, current Publisher’s Weekly columnist, former ALA and PLA President, and former director of the Cuyahoga County Library System in Ohio will join us to talk about messaging, advocacy, and public library support in a pandemic. Joining her is Hallie Rich and Galen Schuerlin.
We’ve done two months worth of conversations with folks like Matt Finch and the Doctors Green. When we started we planned to go through April, but is there interest in adding more sessions through May or just keep it going? Please fill out the form below.
For those who can’t join the Real Time sessions and want to talk, we’ve set up a Real Time After Dark session for our colleagues in the Eastern Hemisphere. No scheduled guest, but an informal get together where we can talk about the last weeks sessions or librarianship in general. Here are the details: Monday […]
In yesterday’s Real Time session with Matt Finch the topics of freelancers and consultants came up. In times of crisis and economic downturn we worry about our paid staff. However, the library ecosystem also relies on experts such as consultants and freelancers to move our libraries forward. These folks can be helpful in professional development, […]
Greetings all, in the vein or “we’re making this up as we go” our partner PL203 received a question from someone looking for other libraries experience. So, if you have any replies or insight to the following question, please use the comments below. We’ll bundle up the answers and send the info onward. Also, if […]
We scheduled the Real Time sessions to maximize US and EU participation. However, several folks have asked about doing something for our colleagues in the Eastern Hemisphere. One idea would be to have an “After Hours” online hangout where anyone can come and chat and share. If you might be interested, please fill out the […]
Doing our good data hygiene the librarian.SUPPORT site is now using https and has its own SSL Certificate. No need to change any URLs, you will be redirected to the secure site automatically.
Dr. Feili Tu-Keefner points to the great resources put together by the Medical Library Association: https://www.mlanet.org/p/cm/ld/fid=1712
The makeup of our communities is changing. Immigrants continue to come to New York and other cities to find a better life, but suburbs and even rural areas have become destinations as well. Libraries, being the most democratic of our institutions, have always tried to meet the needs of the entire community. Many immigrants, however, […]
Part of the Augusta Baker Lecture effort and the course SLIS 752 – Diversity in Libraries.