6 of the Most Radical Librarians in History

These librarians changed the world through their activism and advocacy. Here are 6 of the most radical librarians in history.

What Not To Say to Public Librarians

I wish I could tell you whether it's nice to read all day, but that's my job, so I can't. And no, you can't eat pizza over the books.

QUIZ: Which Fictional Librarian are You?

What kind of fictional librarian are you? Are you a warrior librarian or a witch? Do you play strictly by the rules or do you break them?

10 Awesome (and Awful) Librarians in Literature

There are some phenomenal librarians to be found in fiction — and a few duds. Here are 10 of the best fictional librarians in literature.

Where Does the Cardigan-Wearing Librarian Stereotype Come From?

Where did the stereotype about librarians wearing cardigans come from? Let's explore the history of librarians and cardigans to find out.

3 Tools for Teaching Digital Citizenship to Kids

Teaching digital citizenship is one of the most important jobs elementary librarians have. Here are three tools to help you on your journey.

School Librarians are Disappearing: Here’s Why They Shouldn’t

School libraries with full-time, dedicated librarians are the hub and heart of the school, but school librarian positions are disappearing.

Who Are the Librarians of Jeopardy!?

With their wealth of knowledge in a myriad of topics, it's no wonder so many librarians have graced the Jeopardy! stage.

Why Librarians Should Read at Their Desks

Librarians should be reading on the job, especially at the circulation desk. Here's how it would help librarians and patrons.

Clara Stanton Jones: Librarian and Advocate

On the life and legacy of Carol Stanton Jones, the first Black woman to serve as director of a central public library system in the US.