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Work in Progress: Workforce Development in Public Libraries

As an increasing number of patrons seek not only new jobs but new career paths, public libraries are upping their own skill sets with creative solutions.


Fallscape Fun

Elissa Bongiorno, Sep 13, 2021
There's much to celebrate about the onset of autumn, from hay rides to apple cider to scary movies. We offer some great DIY concepts for you to adapt as your own.

Nancy Pearl Receives National Book Foundation’s 2021 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service

Anita Mechler, Sep 08, 2021
The National Book Foundation (NBF) announced on September 8 that Nancy Pearl, a renowned librarian and former executive director of the Washington Center for the Book at Seattle Public Library, is the 2021 recipient of its Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community.

FCC to Open Second 15-Day Window for Emergency Connectivity Fund Applications on September 28

Gary Price, Aug 25, 2021
From the Federal Communications Commission: The Federal Communications Commission today announced that it has received requests for $5.137 billion to fund 9.1 million connected devices  and 5.4 million broadband connections as part of the $7.17 billion Emergency Connectivity Fund Program. In view of outstanding demand and the recent spike  in coronavirus cases, the FCC will open a second application filing window for schools and  libraries to request funding for connected devices and broadband connections for off-campus  use by students, school staff, and library patrons for the current 2021-22 school year.

Outside and In: Services for People Impacted By Incarceration

From remote reference to technology access, libraries across the country are providing a range of services for people and families affected by incarceration.
Barbara Hoffert, Feb 04, 2021
COVID shifts drove falling print circ and rising ebooks. But will it last? LJ's 2021 Materials Survey looks at some of the last year's trends.
Keith Curry Lance, Dec 21, 2020
This is the 13th year of the LJ Index of Public Library Service and Star Library ratings. The 2020 scores and ratings are based on FY18 data from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Public Library Survey (PLS). Because of that delay, they don’t reflect the impact of the coronavirus; that won’t be reflected in the data until 2022. The big news in this year’s edition is that successful retrievals of electronic information (e-retrievals)—measuring usage of online content, such as databases, other than by title checkout—joins the six other measures that determine the LJ Index.
Mahnaz Dar, Nov 10, 2020
Whether librarians are providing services in-person or virtually, reference has changed with the pandemic.
Suzie Allard, Oct 15, 2020
Library Journal’s annual Placements & Salaries survey reports on the experiences of LIS students who graduated and sought their first librarian jobs in the previous year: in this case, 2019. Salaries and full-time employment are up, but so are unemployment and the gender gap; 2019 graduates faced a mixed job market even before the pandemic.
Gary Price, Sep 26, 2021
From the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA): The UNESCO/PERSIST Guidelines for the Selection of Digital Heritage for Long-Term Preservation were developed to assist practitioners make informed decisions about digital resources to be kept for long term access. The Second Edition The PERSIST Content Task Force, under the Preservation Subcommittee of UNESCO Memory of the […]
Gary Price, Sep 26, 2021
From Data Center Dynamics: The Arctic World Archive has added another trove of data to its long term storage vault in Svalbard. [Clip] In a bi-annual ceremony (that was delayed by the pandemic), Piql added reels of data from the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum, Natural History Museum, Guttormsgaards Arkiv, The Saga Heritage Foundation, Tronrud Engineering, […]
Gary Price, Sep 25, 2021
From The Washington Post: A Pennsylvania school district that had banned a list of anti-racism books and educational resources by or about people of color — including children’s titles about Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. — reversed its nearly year-long decision this week after backlash and protests from students, parents and educators in […]
Gary Price, Sep 24, 2021
From the University of Buffalo: A multidisciplinary research team led by the University at Buffalo has been awarded $750,000 to develop digital literacy tools to curb the deleterious effects of online disinformation. The grant is from the National Science Foundation’s Convergence Accelerator, a program launched in 2019 that builds upon basic research and discovery to […]
Lisa Peet, Feb 09, 2021
When the long-awaited COVID-19 vaccines began to roll out in mid-December 2020, their distribution was immediately complicated by a shortage of doses and widespread uncertainty about who would be given priority. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued suggested guidelines for phased allocation. When it was not yet clear who would be next, many library workers, leaders, and associations began advocating for public facing library workers to be vaccinated as soon as feasible.
Erica Freudenberger, Feb 02, 2021
In the messy middle of the pandemic, library leaders share how things have changed since March 2020, their takeways, and continuing challenges.
Mahnaz Dar, Nov 10, 2020
Whether librarians are providing services in-person or virtually, reference has changed with the pandemic.
LJ Reviews, Oct 14, 2020
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of books on the subject has been increasing exponentially. This introductory list, which will be updated regularly, is meant to help collection development librarians get started on determining which books work best for their collections.
Anita Mechler,  Sep 24, 2021
U.S. Libraries from the southern states up through the east coast were affected by several severe storms in a row: Hurricane Ida, starting on August 29, Hurricane Henri about a week prior, and Tropical Storm Nicholas, which produced rain and flooding on and after September 14. As with other natural disasters, library staff are simultaneously grappling with damage to their own homes and workplaces and serving the needs of their affected communities.
Anita Mechler,  Sep 24, 2021
Shortlists are announced for the 2021 Cundill History Prize and the 2021 Financial Times Business Book of the Year. Interviews arrive with Alice McDermott of What About the Baby?: Some Thoughts on the Art of Fiction, Amor Towles of The Lincoln Highway, Hope Mohr of Shifting Cultural Power: Case Studies and Questions in Performance, Mashama Bailey and John O. Morisano of Black, White, and the Grey: The Story of an Unexpected Friendship and a Beloved Restaurant, Gabrielle Union of You Got Anything Stronger?, Megan Abbott of The Turnout, and Colson Whitehead of Harlem Shuffle. There is adaptation news for Hugh Howey’s Wool.
Anita Mechler,  Sep 23, 2021
Kudos to Robbie Morrison for winning the 2021 Bloody Scotland Debut Crime Novel with Edge of the Grave and to the 2021 winners of the Mo Siewcharran Prize and the German Book Prize shortlist. Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty, Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead, Enemy at the Gates by Vince Flynn and Kyle Mills, Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement by Tarana Burke, and Joshua Weissman: An Unapologetic Cookbook by Joshua Weissman top the best seller lists. Features arrive on Sophie Santos of The One You Want to Marry (And Other Identities I’ve Had) and Maria Tatar of The Heroine With 1,001 Faces. Adaptation newsalso arrives for John Ajvide Lindqvist’s Let the Right One In, All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr and for Kimberly McCreight’s Friends Like These.
Brad Rouse,  Sep 23, 2021

Graphic novels continue their remarkable ascent in market share in the United States and Canada, with graphic novel and comics sales estimated at $1.28 billion in 2020, an increase of 6 percent over 2019. Online sales skyrocketed during the pandemic lockdowns, and the trend has continued in 2021.


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