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Keep an Open Mind
Since I am not an overly happy person myself, I feel a lot of empathy for those who suffer with ongoing depression. As a (retired) librarian, it is logical for me to think about and explore ways that libraries and … Continue reading
Posted in Acceptable Behavior, Customer Service, Homeless, Information Services, Library in Community, Library Partnerships, Library Programs, Library Services, Management, Persons with Disabilities, Public Libraries Tagged Depression, Libraries, Library patrons, Library users, Mental Disorders, People with Depression, People with Mental Disorders 7 Comments
Millennials and Reading–Who Knew?
Millennials (also known as Generation Y) are those born roughly during the early 1980s to the early 2000s. They are digital natives, who grew up surrounded by much of the technology that people like me (baby boomers) have encountered, learned … Continue reading
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Ten People the Library Can’t Live Without (Huffington Post)
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