Monthly Archives: November 2012


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Learning Everywhere Reprinted with permission from the Australian School Library Association Inc. (ASLA) ACCESS, Vol. 26, No. 4, November 2012. A lot has changed in the years since I visited Australia and spoke at the ASLA conference in 2009. Rapid technological advances continue to change the way we communicate, share and […]

Learning Everywhere: A Roadmap (Article from ACCESS, Australian School Library ...


 Congrats Brian! NEW YORK—November 29, 2012—Deepening its commitment to library issues, Publishers Weekly is pleased to announce the addition of librarian Brian Kenney, former editorial director ofLibrary Journal (LJ), School Library Journal (SLJ) and The Horn Book, as a contributing editor and blogger. In his new role, Kenney will write a monthly column dedicated to exploring […]

News: Brian Kenney Joins Publishers Weekly as Contributing Editor



Phoenix Public Library seeks an experienced and effective leader to direct the operations of the Information Technology and Digital Initiatives division.  This position has full responsibility to administer the operations of a major library division, and help to define and articulate the vision, strategic directions and priorities for their division […]

News: Phoenix Public Library Employment Opportunity Deputy Library Director




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Note from Michael – Carlie is a WISE student taking my Hyperlinked Library course. Carlie wrote this post as part of her course blogging.   I’ve been reflecting on what kind of librarian I wish to become, and in the process, I discovered the social media guidelines I developed form a beautiful […]

A future librarian’s promise – A TTW Guest Post by ...




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When I finished library school around the year 2000, the shift from print to online was well underway. OPACs were common place, CD towers had already migrated to online databases, and teaching search strategies to students was seen (by librarians and faculty member alike) as an essential piece to teaching […]

Lost Faith: College Students’ Photoshopification and Information Literacy