Even at the best of times, librarians are not childcare. Here's why.
One reader on finding solace and sanctuary in college libraries as a transfer student.
Want to work in a library without an MLS degree? Here's how.
Here are a few ways one school librarian has been reaching out to students, for possible use and adoption at your library or school.
On the importance of prison libraries to people who are incarcerated, and on the policies and backlash against stripping access to library resources.
Macmillan Publishers has announced they will return to the library ebook pricing model that was in place October 31, 2019.
Reading aloud isn't just for kids' storytime--it's for everyone. Here's why this reader thinks we should all participate in read alouds.
Whether you're in the UK or elsewhere, there are actionable things you can do to help support your local public library.
Who was Pure Belpré and why she should be your librarian hero, too.
A list of eight library bequests where authors (and their families) donated their papers and/or donations to libraries (and one hospital).
When libraries help people in cold weather, they become a critical service for teens, the elderly, and unsheltered people.
You haven't lived #librarylife to the max until you've marathoned these librarian podcasts. Tune in for interviews, advice, and even some laughs.
When natural disasters happen, the library is there to help.
Bedbugs in public libraries are becoming routine. Luckily, there are a few things that librarians can do to stop them...starting with preparation.
Libraries do so much for so many, but what about the economic evidence of these benefits? Learn about the return on investment of libraries.