Thursday, June 12, 2014

54 Library Stories You May Have Missed in May 2014

54 Library Stories You May Have Missed in May 2014 by Ellyssa Kroski 

This past month’s offerings include stories on Twitter applications, the Vatican library digital collection, eBooks, and more.  Be sure to scan these 54 library stories to get caught up on your LIS reading!

http://oedb.org/ilibrarian/library-stories-may-missed-may/


  • 8 Tips for Libraries to Incorporate Tech into their Summer Reading Programs
  • Responding to the second wave of the Digital Divide
  • Library social media resources
  • 5 Ways Libraries Can Use Vine for Marketing
  • NYPL abandons controversial renovation plan
  • 35 Library Stories You May Have Missed in April
  • 10 Finance Hacks for College Students
  • Librarians reimagine book clubs with the Help of Technology
  • 7 Astonishing Objects Made with 3D Printers
  • 5 Great Sites for 30,000+ Free 3D Printing Models
  • The practical librarian’s guide to collection development
  • What you need to know to take a librarian job abroad
  • Vatican Library moves into the 21st century
  • Surviving cataloging class
  • How to create a gorgeous planter from an old hardcover book
  • Secret libraries of New York City
  • Ebooks and early reading skills
  • How to identify Book Club editions
  • Why reading aloud to students is valuable
  • Metadata games
  • Eight ways to jump into ebooks
  • Why aren’t teens reading like they used to?
  • 10 best free historical newspaper sites
  • Minecraft programming for tweens
  • University of Michigan’s napping stations
  • Libraries find success in crowdfunding
  • Farmington librarian rediscovers letters from students in 1967
  • Brewster Kahle, the librarian of 404 billion websites
  • How to cull your e-bookshelf
  • Tales of a jailhouse librarian
  • Best practices for adult financial literacy services
  • LC plans improvements to Cataloger’s Desktop
  • Connecting Latinos with libraries
  • The lost desert libraries of Chinguetti
  • Hoopla digital and Boopsie in partnership
  • Four ways to display and curate Twitter
  • Book club resources for Poirot fans
  • Developing an online-first mentality
  • The first children’s picture book
  • Libraries Now: A Day in the Life (video)
  • MOOCs: Pros and cons
  • Future-proofing the research library
  • Free tech learning resources
  • Let’s stop the ebook judging
  • Making books social
  • You’re a book nerd if . . .
  • Evidence-based decision-making in academic libraries
  • Five reasons we still need school libraries
  • Duke’s most popular digital item
  • Can non-librarians easily acquire librarian expertise?
  • Pinterest boards for academic libraries to follow
  • Top Twitter hashtags for librarians
  • How to run a gay-straight alliance in your library
  • Library analyst helped to launch NASA

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