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Have you ever felt a little lost or overwhelmed in a library as you try to find a good book? I know I have before. I’ll never forget an experience I had as a 6th grader. Our teacher often brought us to our school’s library,...

source: Book Riot

When we closed the doors on Suffolk’s libraries earlier this year, some staff shed a tear. Lockdown was hard for everyone – and hearing that a few librarians struggled as their workplaces were shuttered, their colleagues were furloughed, and the range of services...

source: The Guardian

Effectively marketing libraries by persuasively communicating their relevance is key to ensuring their future. Speaking directly to those in senior leadership positions, Cordelia Anderson’s new book “Library Marketing and Communications: Strategies to Increase...

source: ALA

With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing a dramatic rise in the number of online classes and amount of schoolwork, some students in low-income households, who may not have access to the internet or own a personal computer, are being left behind. According to 2018-2019 Austin...

source: Austin Monitor

Despite Governor Abbott’s “Open Texas” orders allowing public libraries to operate at 75 percent capacity, Fort Worth is the only major city in Texas with its libraries open for in-person business. Dallas,...

source: The Texan

The Austin Public Library in Downtown Austin is covered in red paint after vandals smeared it all over its doors and windows. According to a security report, the vandalism happened around 1:50 a.m. Monday morning. Surveillance video captured the suspects in the act but...

source: KVUE-TV


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