This year (2021, in case you’re not sure) I’ve been invited by the Seattle Public Library to join them in… Read more Washington Library Association Conference: Panel Presenter
As libraries diversify their online offerings as a result of COVID-19, here’s an awesome example of one of the directions… Read more Library Digital Escape Rooms
On March 2nd, Dr. Seuss Enterprises released the following statement: Today, on Dr. Seuss’s Birthday, Dr. Seuss Enterprises celebrates reading… Read more Libraries as Neutral Spaces
It’s been over a year now that I’ve been in the role of an Adult Services Librarian at the Auburn… Read more All Good Things Come To An End…Or, At Least, Pause For A Bit!
I can tell I’ve gotten busier – my blog has become neglected! I don’t think I could ever have guessed… Read more An Autumn Update
So, before we dive in to the meaty subject of this post – a COVID-19 update on the librarian front.… Read more BLM: Why is it so hard for some libraries to say?
Well I sure picked a weird year to start off my librarian career! I was off to a strong start… Read more Programming for a Pandemic?
To celebrate the 100th year of (white) women’s suffrage, the US National Archives created a special exhibition. At the entrance,… Read more When the US National Archives start censoring historic photos…
source As a librarian named Mary, I can confirm THIS is a WONDERFUL LIFE for me 😉
There’s no way I thought, so soon after graduating earlier this year with my MLIS, that I would have news… Read more MY FIRST LIBRARIAN JOB!!
(all credit to the artist, Gemma Correll!)
There is an ongoing struggle in public discourse to tackle how to acknowledging the harm of the past without giving… Read more Confrontations with history