Words Empower – Libraries as Avenues for Students to Publish

Today’s article comes to us from Rene deBerardinis, Director of Libraries at the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Thank you Rene, for sharing with us the exciting work your library and students are doing! Words empower. Authentic audiences engage. Publishing student work – to authentic audiences – can be motivational and aspirational for many […]

Guest Post: Keep Calm and Color on

Today’s post comes to us from one of our community members Daniela Machtinger. Thanks Daniela! I would like to tell you about a nice project that you might find interesting our Keep Calm and Color On Project. I am working as an Academic Librarian in the Reference and Instruction department at The Brender-Moss Library for Social […]

Postcard: Reflections from UNC Libraries

Today’s postcard comes from one of our wonderful volunteers, Jacqueline Solis:  Working in an administrative role in an academic library requires that me to focus much of my thinking on how the library supports students success, how we can demonstrate our value and impact on the university, and what the future holds for the use […]