There are a myriad of reasons that educators end up teaching on a cart. Whatever the reason, here are some tips for teaching on the go.
Archives preserve often irreplaceable records of cultural or historical value. What's lost when they aren't given the resources they need?
From genealogy services to archives of primary resources, discover some of the databases offered by public libraries across the country.
A look at the lifecycle of a library book, from the time it's acquired till retirement after a long and full shelf life.
Librarians should be reading on the job, especially at the circulation desk. Here's how it would help librarians and patrons.
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.
Getting people, especially teens, in the library is my goal. If I have to smudge the truth here and there to do it, it's totally worth it.
A look at secretive libraries and hidden repositories of books around the world, and how people came to discover them.
The new Fairfield Library in Henrico, VA features work and play stations, just one of several innovative features the library offers.
Join us on a tour of Philadelphia's notable libraries and special collections, some of the most interesting and eclectic destinations for literature lovers.