Making Connections: YAAN as a Paper Blog?
by Cindy Welch Brooke Shields is a descendant of Louis XIV; Emmett Smith is seven percent Native American; and Matthew Broderick’s ancestor fought at Gettysburg.... Read More
Making it their idea: The Learning Cycle in library instruction
by Eric Frierson Librarians are always struggling to convince someone of something: convincing voters to say ‘yes’ to a library bond; persuading a library director... Read More
by Hilary Davis Déformation professionnelle is a French phrase, meaning a tendency to look at things from the point of view of one’s own profession... Read More
The Importance of Thinking about Thinking
by Ellie Collier A review of How We Decide by Jonah Lehrer I play Magic. It’s a fairly complicated card game which calls on many of... Read More
Teen Tech Week: Create, Share, Learn @ Your Library
by Robyn Vittek Have you ever noticed how many special events there are in library-land? National Library Week, Read across America Day, Teen Read Week,... Read More
Critical Literacy? Information!
Throwback Thursday for February 12, 2015: Take another look at Heather Davis’s article on the ACRL Standards from 2010. Stop back on February 25th for a critical information literacy... Read More
by Sara Seely Recently I was lucky enough to come across the publication of a commencement speech given by David Foster Wallace in 2005 to... Read More
Vision and Visionaries: A Whole Bunch of Questions to Start off 2010 (As if you didn’t have enough of those already)
by Kim Leeder During the last few frenzied weeks of the academic semester last month I came across an article I reviewed quickly and put... Read More
Editorial: All I want for 2010
All I want for 2010: Brief notes about practical or totally pie-in-the-sky ideas for things we’d like to see happen in our libraries, in libraries... Read More
How Do You Say No?
By Emily Ford Have you ever found yourself thinking: “I know I said yes to this, but now I wish I’d said no. That’s what I... Read More