The 2016 election turned up the heat on an already simmering political climate. What can libraries do to promote civil discourse—in the home, at schools, and in the workplace—when at high levels those lessons are lacking? Learn more https://goo.gl/EAL3Hi
When news comes with two sides it can be a slippery slope. Add in community-built “reference materials” like Wikipedia, and the need for trustworthy and critical resource evaluators is vital to ensuring infoliteracy. Learn more https://goo.gl/pHGyif
In today’s modern world the neutral librarian might just as easily find themselves in Sir Thomas Moore’s Utopia. Is neutrality something to be strived for? Is it possible? Or should libraries embrace their opinions? Lear more https://goo.gl/WKgh6g
Inspiring Communities. Aiding patrons after disasters. Providing overlooked resources. As true assets to the community, librarians do so much more than refer patrons to great literature. Listen in to discover all the ways in which librarians are guiding, inspiring, and helping patrons reach their goals by existing as community hubs of information and action.
Librarians have been creating innovate programming for their communities with amazing success. From catching on to crazes such as Pokémon Go to partnerships with AARP, programming can run the gamut for resourceful librarians. Tune in to hear inspiring stories about creative library programming and pick up a few ideas of your own.