I was fortunate enough to attend the largest state Library conference in the nation. What follows are some of the sessions I attended and the essence of what I learned. Wednesday, April 11th, was a pre-conference with Michelle Boule, social sciences Librarian at the University of Houston (of A Wandering Eyre by Jane fame) and [...]
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I wish every School Library had one. Their positions are so easy to cut yet they cost so little and add so much. A Library Clerical Assistant more than anything else allows the Librarian the freedom of the campus while keeping the Library opening and functioning. Again, I refer to Keith Curry Lance’s studies and [...]
Should we use video streaming or other media? As most “either / or” questions, the answer is “both”. It is important for us to remember our philosophical stance that we provide what the student needs. This translates into identifying what content (example Civil War) the student needs and then what medium (example, pictures of the [...]