Library Journal

Aug 27

7 Things Librarians Are Tired of Hearing | OEDB.org -

As a book review editor, I get number five a lot. If only I could read all day!

Aug 26

Dig It! Library Gardens Sprout Up Coast-to-Coast -

How does your library garden grow?

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Aug 24

Help Create A Fun Library Space!, a project from Mrs. Baughman -

clairelovesthecity:

Help make a school library in Ferguson a little more welcoming for young readers!

Aug 21

vikingpenguinbooks:

Big congratulations to Jojo Moyes! ONE PLUS ONE is on track to hit the big screen!

Tumblarians, how well is this title circulating in your libraries?

vikingpenguinbooks:

Big congratulations to Jojo Moyes! ONE PLUS ONE is on track to hit the big screen!

Tumblarians, how well is this title circulating in your libraries?

Aug 20

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New Florida University Unveils Bookless Library -

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Laura Ingalls Wilder's real-life memoir to be published -

Meet the real housewives of the prairie!

Aug 19

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Halifax looks forward to the opening of its very own library of the future -

collingsruth:

I watched it being built almost every day for two years, I’m really excited for it to open!

(Source: hq76o261984)

smithsonianlibraries:

A diagram of the movement of the Moon around the Earth (seen here) and a recipe for invisible ink await you in Mary Smith’s Commonplace Book. Help us make Mary’s journal of scientific inquiry more accessible by becoming a digital volunteer at the Smithsonian Transcription Center.
 

The Smithsonian taps into the power of crowdsourcing.

smithsonianlibraries:

A diagram of the movement of the Moon around the Earth (seen here) and a recipe for invisible ink await you in Mary Smith’s Commonplace Book. Help us make Mary’s journal of scientific inquiry more accessible by becoming a digital volunteer at the Smithsonian Transcription Center.

 

The Smithsonian taps into the power of crowdsourcing.

bookmania:

Tom Eckersley’s poster encouraging everyone to overdue library books, 1975

bookmania:

Tom Eckersley’s poster encouraging everyone to overdue library books, 1975

(via booksandpublishing)