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Katherine Ahnberg📚 Jul 10
There are no customers in libraries. There are no customers in libraries. There are no customers in libraries. Repeat until consumer models are excised from how we talk about to our campus community.
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Kakistocracy Man Jul 12
Blogged @ BeerBrarian: The American Library Association: Neutrality, Civility, and What Comes Next
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Raemona Quimby Jul 10
Being a black librarian in a profession that is 89% white can be a real struggle some days. But I’ll keep promoting equity, social justice, and decentering whiteness in library services because our patrons deserve better.
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Jameson Rohrer Jul 16
As of today we have 145 inmates signed up and participating in our summer reading program at the prison I work for.
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Кrista Welz Jul 11
Take a look at this graphic I designed on how to increase circulation in libraries! Reply for your tips! #
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Stuart Kells Jul 10
Great morning exploring beautiful Kyoto and her libraries; this pic is from the Kyoto Prefectural Library.
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Dawn Finch 📚 3h
My library is forever costing, and saving me money. I'm always borrowing books that are so wonderful I then feel the need to buy and own a copy. It also saves me money by allowing me to borrow crap for free and return it financially unscathed.
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Linda Fennessy Jul 16
The most library-ey thing so far from today in work : there is a QUILL PEN in lost property that was found in the reading room. It is made from a red feather and is fabulous. No parchment or scroll has been located as yet..
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Ali Seiter Jul 13
yo i have a piece at today re: the 's amendment defending the rights of hate groups to organize in . covers historical context, the current rise of the far-right, & how we can fight for a world without hate:
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Gina Murrell 16h
I've moved on from my job as public librarian & am excited to start a new job tomorrow. Still, I believe in the greatness of public . Here I am as librarian leading a workshop at the .
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Darren Naish Jul 16
A thing I do is donate copies of my book (: How They Lived & Evolved) to the I used as a kid. Libraries were _essential_ to me as a young person.
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Roberta LaMont Jul 14
Replying to @goodreads
Hanging at the library and finishing up my current book. Happy Saturday.
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Gina Murrell 16h
Replying to @GinaMurrell1
Every day on the job as librarian, I witnessed the public library's crucial role in helping to foster an equitable society.
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Tiffany Power Jul 10
Support your local especially ones in low income areas. These are important places for underprivileged kids to have not just for reading but many offer other involvement programs for kids.
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Deborah Hiscock 22h
Watching TDF on ITV4 and doing uni work today. Today's module is Information Sources: access, use & evaluation
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Beckham Cottage Jul 16
Anyone who cares about how staff are being treated, please read this post. It's the other side of all the PR about "innovative" Libraries Unlimited - PR that gets constantly retweeted while the treatment of staff - and the downward spiral of issues - goes unreported
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Knowledge Unlatched Jul 17
We're very proud to present our newest project, the Open Analytics tool! It enables you to get the best out of your usage data! Click here to learn more about this project!
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Кrista Welz Jul 15
UK airline provides flybraries for kids: EasyJet opens a library in the skies
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Kat the Librarian Jul 11
Library Director: We have seven minutes left. Are there any questions? *co-worker asks a question* *meeting lasts another 45 minutes*
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Kara Paints Jul 12
two completely different but equally cool Library programs happening next week.
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