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Lynn Silipigni Connaway has collected sage advice from the trenches, for those working through assessment projects, and in anticpation of the next session in our webinar series.
Assessment projects can be intimidating and overwhelming. I hav...
Up next in our Social Library series, we're sharing innovative approaches to fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. From micro libraries to dinosaurs and from guinea pigs to tattoos, these examples are sure to inspire. If you'd like to see y...
Through the Next Chapter Book Club, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities are finding a unique opportunity to engage in literacy, socialize and hang out in a community setting - all through the power of books and reading. Program fa...
As we move past the middle of the year, it's the perfect time to pull out your list of learning goals and focus in on filling some of the learning gaps you identified as priorities for own learning or for your team. Perhaps you have some new goals to...
Explore these Smart Space Transformation Stories from libraries who participated in WebJunction's Small Libraries Create Smart Spaces program, which led 15 small and rural public libraries from across the country to reimagine and reconfigure the...
We know it's not always an option with time or funding to attend conferences. And if even if you can attend, it's impossible to get to everything! So we're sharing the presentations and resources that we took to the 2018 ALA Annual Conference in this...
The latest edition of our Social Library series covers everything from an instrument petting zoo to Zambonis, and from international snacks to a speakeasy. These libraries prove there are no limits to the possibilities for community engagement and th...
Back in April, WebJunction and OCLC Research hosted the first webinar in a three-part series on assessing, evaluating and sharing your library’s impact. With nearly 300 attendees in the first session, we know that this topic is important to libraries...
This is the first in a new series on WebJunction published in collaboration with the Association for Rural and Small Libraries (ARSL), highlighting innovative programming from member libraries serving small and rural communities. Thanks to our first ...
This fresh edition of our Social Library series brings innovation from five libraries who are using Facebook to share unique programming and services with their communities. From building blocks to courtyard gardens, and from a tool library to an art...
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