Library Journal recently published an article about the top skills librarians will need in the next 20 years. As skill sets needed for certain occupactions change, evolve, and adapt over time, many of these have remained constant for some time, though some I definitely didn't learn in library school.
In their book Classroom Assessment Techniques for Librarians, Melissa Bowles-Terry and Cassandra Kvenild build upon the ideas from Tom Angelo’s classic book Classroom Assessment Techni
According to a recent Star Tribune article, approximately "25% of households in the poorest and most minority-concentrated regions of Minneapolis don't have any Internet connections at home -- not
Looking for items to promote Ebooks Minnesota at your library? Check out these neat-o, easy-to-print, 11x17, color posters. There are 13 in all!
This year’s Library Technology Conference featured two keynote speakers who encouraged us to proactively engage with the technology we sometimes take for granted. You can find recordings of both talks on the libtechconf.org website.
In case you missed it (or maybe you didn't and want to listen again or maybe you want to share the information with colleagues), the recording link to "Graphic Design for Maximum Engagement" webinar is now available.
"The Selected Letters of Laura Ingalls Wilder" edited by William Anderson will be released March 8, 2016.