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The Mental Health Benefits of Playing Dungeons and Dragons

Playing D&D in the library has so many benefits, not only for the students, but for the adult who runs the program.

“I will do what I can for damage control”: Abortion Information Misinformation within Oklahoma City’s METRO Library

A Reddit post went viral for saying that librarians in an Oklahoma library were told not to say "abortion." Emails reveal how they got there.

Authors and Libraries: How Does Working in a Library Help a Writing Career?

Perhaps unsurprisingly, some of your favorite authors have worked in libraries at some point in their careers.

Growing as a School Librarian in a Post School Shutdown World

Going back to in-classroom learning has been an adjustment for school librarians still reeling from the events of March 2020, but this librarian is hopeful.

The Most Popular In-Demand Books in U.S. Libraries: April-June 2022

These were the most popular in-demand books in US libraries from April to June 2022.

Being an Autistic School Librarian

On being an autistic school librarian, from the challenges posed by the job to the aspects that suit me well.

It’s All in the Cards: How Organizing My Library Is Helping My Brain

Getting life in order: How one Rioter gained much needed peace and clarity when she started to catalog her personal library.

Key Takeaways from the 2022 Urban Library Trauma Study

The groundbreaking 2022 Urban Library Trauma Study Report looks at trauma, stress, and burnout in public libraries and offer recommendations

Public Libraries Are Still About Books

Libraries are true community centers, but they still offer a core service beyond access. That core service is books.

Reflecting on My First Year as a High School Librarian

A librarian reflects on a year working as a high school librarian, sharing lessons learned and goals for the future.