Why do we still need libraries in the age of digital, real-time information? In this emotional talk, Pam Sandlian Smith shows how she works to use the library as a hub for community-based knowledge creation and discourse.
Chrystie Hill works with libraries around the world and shares her knowledge to help make libraries great places.
Lis is a strong advocate for libraries and has spoken at local events about the ways libraries will remain relevant in a paper-less future.
Michael Leach, Head of Collection Development, Cabot Science Library, at Harvard University, and Adjunct Professor, Simmons Graduate School of Information and Library Science. People face a vast array of digital information on the Internet, much of it free.
This is not your ("SHHHHHH!!!") traditional library. School libraries are the hub of the school, librarians are heavily involved in education, and changing technology means the library is actually more relevant than ever.
School library and information technology programs are a vital resource for student learning. This video to highlight the essential role teacher librarians play in information and technology literacy instruction, reading advocacy, and information management.
What schooling is necessary to become a librarian? Why is reading important? What kind of research do librarians do?