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Category Archives: Library Partnerships
This story comes from my “what a great idea!” file. The Chicago Public Library is partnering with CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) to offer free content to CTA train and bus riders. (The CTA offers free 4G wireless connectivity.) What a … Continue reading
High Expectations in 2016
What do Americans expect from their public libraries? The short answer is “a lot.”
A LOT, as it turns out! Read all about what’s new and innovative at four libraries around the country.
Library of the Year: Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library
Congratulations to Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library (KS), 2016 Gale/LJ Library of the Year. “The Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library (TSCPL), KS, is engaged in every discussion in its community. In fact, it is usually leading them. The … Continue reading
Though I extol the virtues of collaboration all the time, it’s clear I still have a lot to learn. I’ll be spending time with Jesse Lyn Stoner’s What is Collaboration and Where Does it Begin? soon. I always learn … Continue reading
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A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed
Many public and academic libraries (and I think even some school libraries) have something called Friends groups.