Tony Tallent posts a pic: http://yestoknow.wordpress.com/2008/06/29/help-desk/ And writes: This sign is over the children’s library information desk at Cerritos Library. Doesn’t get any clearer than this.
Signage, originally uploaded by Michael Casey. But can I text? Email my friends? Post to my blog indoors?
No MySpace Please, originally uploaded by Jeff Kreger. Update: Jeff writes: A little more background. That picture is from a branch connected to a High School. There is security at the branch all day and even the local sheriffs stopping by after school lets out to make sure everything is in order. We […]
Brunswick-Glynn County Public Library, originally uploaded by CliffLandis. Cliff Landis writes: It’s hand-crafted! Gotta give them that!
http://www.passiveaggressivenotes.com/2008/04/23/grimace-and-the-fry-kids/ The school in l.a. where anna works is under renovation, so a lot of the kids cut through the library on their way to and from the cafeteria. recently, one of these fine young scholars spilled an entire basket of fries…and kept walking. one of anna’s coworkers picked them up, but he missed one. […]
Removed Library Signs | Originally uploaded by herzogbr Brian Herzog posts at Flickr: These are some of the signs I’ve taken down (without telling anyone) around my library since I’ve worked here. I think an uncluttered area is nicer, and that fewer good signs is better than lots of signs that no one reads. And he […]
Brad Czerniak writes to TTW: Anyway, seeing your most recent post in the series regarding signage, I was immediately reminded of a sign at my “work library”. It reads, “Find Romance by the Fireplace.” Context: Our romance novel section was relocated to pucks [obviously] by a fireplace. Now, in the old section (which now houses CD-ROMS […]
Dominican GSLS Student Katharine Johnson writes: Last weekend I had the pleasure of joining LISSA (Dominican University’s library student group) for a tour of Loyola University’s new Information Commons located on their Lake Shore Campus. In short, the place is incredible. A bookless extension of their library, whoa! Three floors of computer terminals, many of […]
Monica Harris, Young Adult Librarian, at Oak Park Public Library shares information about their new zoned system for noise: Dear Michael – I’m attaching PDF files of our brochure, key, and signage explaining the noise zones so you can get a better idea of what it looks like. The brochure includes a color coded map […]
You have new Picture Mail! Originally uploaded by The Shifted Librarian Jenny is still sad her home library “exhibits” the new books: Sadly, my home library has not changed its policy about new books Since I won’t be in the library on December 21, I didn’t even bother browsing. Original post: www.flickr.com/photos/shifted/664305548/