Hello everyone! I'm writing a book for ALA Editions on food literacy and programming in libraries. ALA Editions is the publishing arm of the American Library Association so I'm seeking input from librarians on programming related to food and culinary skills. Follow this link to take the survey: Food-Related Library Programs Survey It should only... Continue Reading →
Here's a presentation on job hunting skills that I shared with a friend of mine's library science leadership class. It was an end-of-semester class and her students were great - excited and bubbling with lots of good questions. If you likewise have a question or want to share a tip of your own, please post... Continue Reading →
Having been to two conferences over the past two weeks and having heard the F-bomb dropped several times by presenters...
Being a children's librarian has many benefits and I would argue, is one of the most fulfilling library careers out there. But listing all the reasons why being a children's librarian is awesome isn't the point of this post. Rather, I'll be focusing on one specific benefit: Having experience as a children's librarian can improve... Continue Reading →