Ahoy ye Mateys!
Ahoy Mateys! It's the 12th annual Talk Like a Pirate Day! which was founded on a whim by two guys, John Baur and Mark Summers. As the story goes, they were playing a game of racquetball and as the game digressed, they began to encourage each other in pirate slang. Why not have a day where we do that every year?Read More ↝
Throwback Thursday: Junior Literary Guild Service 1959
My how times have changed. What started as a book club for boys and girls 85 years ago is now serving schools, public libraries, colleges, and universities. Let's take a look at the company 55 years ago.Read More ↝
Wednesday Wonder: Wonder how I can save time with circulation?
This month in the JLG Monthly Newsletter I wrote about being flexible on your path to becoming super librarian. I advised you to evaluate, revise, and revamp your circulation process. Last week I had the opportunity to work with a local elementary school librarian, assisting her with cataloging and collection development. While I was there, we talked about her circulation process.Read More ↝
Sharing a LiveBinder: Tuesday Tech Tip
Suppose you found an awesome LiveBinder. How about JLG's Booktalks to Go Fall 2014? or the award-winning Spring 2014? You want to share it with your teachers. What's the easiest way to do that?Read More ↝
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