STEAM describes the fields of study of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. Here, we’re featuring some of our favorite upcoming STEAM titles for the curious, inquisitive, and creative readers at your library. Click for More STEAM Titles.
As a former collection development librarian with 18+ years of experience supporting New York City’s public libraries, I understand the importance of supporting patrons through circulating collections. In this first journey through the Dewey Century, I’m focusing on the 000s. What are must-have computer books in your library’s 000 section? Which titles specifically complement your […]
International Games Day @ your library is an initiative run by volunteers from around the world and auspiced by the American Library Association, to reconnect communities through their libraries around the educational, recreational, and social value of all types of games. Listen to a new episode of Beaks and Geeks with Jane McGonigal, author of […]
A promising new series of articles in Library Journal has arrived. And it starts with Kate Sheehan interviewing our own Madeline McIntosh on the Issue of All Issues: e-books in libraries. “I hope librarians and publishers can help each other continue to focus on what we’re each great at. Libraries are both cultural institutions and […]
Somehow, at 25, I’ve already fallen behind. Yes, I know what Twitter is. I have an account. I guess that’s more than some people. But that’s about as far as I’ve gotten. I just found out a couple weeks ago how to make a TinyUrl. Then there’s all this other stuff about “scheduling tweets” and […]