I’m currently working on an independent study with Anna Nash at the Ann Lennartz Memorial Library at the Audubon Center in Seward Park. I’m going to be focusing most of my information-related blogging on a project blog (http://sewardparklib.wordpress.com), so excuse the lack of presence on this one. AdvertisementsRead More New Blog: SEWARD PARK AUDUBON CENTER LIBRARY TRANSFORMATIONS
Though I didn’t announce it, I did end up taking a break from this blog over the summer, as per advice from one of my peers. I’m excited to be doing more reflection this year, and find time to write in real prose (rather than just aggregate aggregate aggregate!–though aggregation is good!). One of the […]Read More I’m Back! Let the Second Year of Library School Begin
“Educators in the Houston metro area are readying a “book trafficker” caravan that would travel March 12–18 from Houston, Texas, to Tucson, Arizona, to donate books about the Mexican-American experience to four volunteer libraries. The donations are meant to counter the January removal of at least seven titles from Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) classrooms, […]Read More Tuscon Book Traffickers!
Via This Is Colossal: On display at Ford’s Theatre Center for Education and Leadership in Washington, DC.Read More Pic: “A Staggering Tower of 15,000 Abraham Lincoln Books”
Just follow this link for a great discussion on/presentation on the current international libraries work TASCHA is conducting. Also, check them out on Twitter @taschagroupRead More New TASCHA Talk Recording Available Online @taschagroup