Community and Junior College Libraries Section (CJCLS)
A useful way to check the accessibility of your library's website. Includes a video explainer. See also this recent post by UW Libraries on Working with Vendors to Improve Accessibility.
Aaron Tay's Musings about librarianship
Aaron Tay casts his keen eye over some particularly interesting articles in the field of open research.
Read about the University of York Library’s Instagram guidelines that helped them increased their Instagram reach by 1149% in 12 months.
Hack Library School
In this series about non-traditional paths in librarianship, Lauren chats to a Digital Projects Coordinator at a University Press.
THE Campus Learn, Share, Connect
Advice for academic libraries that are looking to make links with their public counterparts.
Princh Library Blog
Soraya Majidi from Albany Public Library in Western Australia shares advice for libraries on how they can cater specifically to the 20s to 40s age group.
While TikTok and Instagram can reach huge audiences and promote books to young people, more safeguards are needed to ensure the safety of users and their data.
A video of this keynote presentation, plus presentation slides.
American Libraries Magazine
A lawyer-librarian and an author discuss the tricky topic of e-book licensing in the US and the ongoing battle between publishers and state legislators.
A free guide drawing on our experience working with makerspaces in libraries to help you set up or revamp your library makerspace.
CJCLS looks at some tools that librarians are using to capture reference data.
Don't Shush Me!
Kelsey Brogan explains how to make your own library signage without a poster printer, and also supplies some downloadable signs.
In the Library with the Lead Pipe, May 2022
Two academic librarians offer their own experiences of building capacity in library research and development, and offer a framework for engaging across communities.
Australian Library and Information Association, 2022.
A report bringing together literature and case studies from an international range of library sectors, demonstrating cutting-edge sustainability initiatives.
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