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Social Media & Libraries

By Lauren Puzier (5-minute read) Social media is widely used by libraries and their patrons, from blogs, micro-blogs, chat apps, social gaming and the larger social networks. Did you know that Facebook, a leading social network, had 2.45 billion monthly … Continue reading

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Making the jump: Translating your skills between library types

In a perfect world, you started your MLIS with dreams of becoming a children’s librarian with the best storytime in town, or perhaps an academic subject librarian who publishes in the top journals. You found a steady job that checked … Continue reading

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Submit a Conference Today (Libconferences.com)!

I created this website because of my own frustration when researching library conferences to attend. I wanted to know what was out there, how much they cost, what they were about, and more. When I was first began working in … Continue reading

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