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House of Librarians Jan 18
Go to a library, learn something, expand your knowledge, attend a class, meet new people, better yourself as a human being and stop being a jerk who says libraries are useless (because when you say that, it makes you look dumb).
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House of Librarians Jan 14
A msg 4 ppl who are critical of = the value of a isnt just the building & resources inside, its really the STAFF. They are the only ppl out there willing to help anyone, with ANY challenge they face. You cant find staff like this anywhere else.
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Amalia Skarlatou Levi Jan 17
Archivist/librarian twitter and , can you point me to digital archives/digitized collections that explicitly acknowledge archival silences, gaps, omissions in their content?
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Sarah Hilary Jan 18
Huge heartfelt thanks to everyone who borrowed my books from over the last year from a very grateful author (we get paid each time you borrow one of our books and it adds up)
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National Library Jan 18
really can help with . We offer a stupendous amount of information and resources, as well as dedicated and helpful staff (in safe, warm and quiet spaces). Come out of the cold and discover your library.
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National Library Jan 22
Good morning! Which reader are you? 🤓 (Cartoon by the excellent )
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Circulation Nation📚 Jan 19
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Tracy Robinson 📚 20h
You must lurk in and climb the stacks like ladders to sniff like perfumes and wear books like hats upon your crazy heads...may you be in love every day for the next 20,000 days. And out of that love, remake a world. -Ray Bradbury
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Anna Ferri 2h
I...I don't event want to know what is meant by "detail oriented" in this context.
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Tricia Jan 21
Replying to @JuddApatow
Don’t forget about local ! Many provide fun programs, access to tech devices, & online learning/ebook access in addition to book recommendations. My local library even has a 3D printer, sewing machines, green screen studio & a recording studio to use, free of charge.
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World's Largest Laundromat Jan 19
Literacy is a big part of what we do. No, that's not an autocorrect. . In addition to our summer & programs, we have free in the kids area, and one coming soon for adults. Now, a big literacy event in March. Details soon!
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Evil Archivist 15h
Now offering bi-weekly part-time internship volunteer opportunity. Must have 6 years experience and maintain 4 certifications.
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Matthew Lynch 20m
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SaveRedlandLibrary 3h
In a Pew Research poll in August, 78% of Americans felt that public help them find information that is trustworthy and reliable. Among 18- to 35-year-olds, that trust jumps to 87% with 85% of Millennials said help them learn new things.
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Library Journal 3h
Minnesota: St. Paul Library Translates Children’s Book Into Ethiopian Languages
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Kakistocracy Man 12h
Textbook prices are obscene, buying them is both a good thing in the short term and creates a moral hazard. Please push OERs on campus, if possible.
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Roxie Munro 9h
LOve it!The TRUTH About Libraries! Ep4
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Jess Haigh Jan 17
hello! I've had a request for help finding libraries working with people in refugee camps in East Africa. Anyone got any ideas/links? I'd be grateful for RTs, thank you.
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Kakistocracy Man 12h
It's me, in your introductory courses, telling students that peer-reviewed articles are not written with them in mind.
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Jameson Rohrer Jan 19
Libraries are critically important in 2018. We help anyone and everyone. Libraries are what motivate and challenge me. Working in prison has shown me the power of what a quality can do for those who never had access to one previously.
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