As exciting, stimulating and informative as I try to be, the Drama High posts remain the most popular writings on this little blog. Hats off to Ms. L. Divine for writing such good stuff for teens! And the next book in the series is out now!
The State Library recently announced receipt of a $1 million grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services for recruiting and educating 30 ethnically/racially diverse students for Indiana’s Librarians Leading in Diversity project. Potential candidates must apply to the Indiana University School of Library and Information Science (IU SLIS) by September 15, 2008. The… Read More Library Diversity Initiative
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Have you ever wondered why there have been no challenges to the urban fiction (street lit/hip hop fit) that often appears in school media centers and young adult corners of public libraries? I have. And I also wonder how an educated person would suggest that we not provide alternative reads to street fiction which glamorizes… Read More A rant on VOYA
This was on Beyond the Job blog a while ago: For Further Info Contact Debbie Glade Smart Poodle Publishing PO Box 817468 Hollyood, FL 33081 email@example.com http://www.lillybadilly.com http://www.smartpoodlepublishing.com 954-328-7465 Announcing the Smart Poodle Publishing “What I Wish Everyone Knew About Librarians” Writing Contest Smart Poodle Publishing knows that librarians can make a world of difference… Read More Library Writing Contest