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Officially, Ms. Asbury is a library clerk, checking books in and out. But every Wednesday she doubles as a parking attendant during one of the New York Public Library’s most popular programs: story time. Long Line at the Library? It’s … Continue reading
Here’s a GREAT post on how Rapid City Public Libraries installed iPads for use by 2-10 year-olds. You will definitely learn from their experience, and want to try something like this in your library. Let me know how it goes.
I’ve spoken about library partnerships before, and the possibilities are just about endless. Here is a wonderful example of a partnership that truly benefits the community—in particular, the community’s children. Detroit Public Library Provides Food to Fight Child Hunger Detroit … Continue reading