Tag Archives: American Library Association

Women of Library History: Miriam Braverman

Another woman of library history before Women’s History Month ends in a few days.  Today it is Miriam Braverman.

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Libraries and Lifelong Learning

Lifelong learning is definitely a role that libraries can play in the lives of our users.  Lori Reed‘s interesting post on this topic makes some excellent points: The world we live in requires constant learning and as libraries we are … Continue reading

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Libraries are Transforming. . . Again

Libraries are changing, it’s true.  I’ve posted about embedded librarians, taking the library to the community, offering unique programs and services, and much more.  But in my opinion, libraries have always been changing.  From closed stacks and chained down books … Continue reading

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ALA Looks at Equitable Access to Digital Content

From the PLA Blog:  New ALA Report Explores Challenges of Equitable Access to Digital Content: The American Library Association (ALA) has released a new report examining critical issues underlying equitable access to digital content through our nation’s libraries. In the … Continue reading

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