We’re Gentrifying the Fiction Section!

                            I started in June  a whole month ago and [...]

Lightning Talk


How Far Does Censorship Go?

 link to a 29 June 2016 article in the Chesterfield (Virginia) Observer that is a continuation of the 1st Amendment challenges to Intelle [...]

Is It Sustainable

Is Our Profession Sustainable? AASL’s Past President and ODU professor, Dr. Gail Dickinson, has been asking this of everyone she meets for [...]

Is There Any Research for K12 Libraries as VLC?

Originally Posted October 26, 2014 Is it me or is there absolutely been no pertinent research conducted on the impact and/or implementation [...]

School Libraries Play Major Role in Promoting Innovative Thinking

  While perusing through AASL’s School Library Research Journal online, I ran across an article  by Ruth Small of Syracuse Uni [...]

A Little More CLASS Goes a Long Way

Originally Posted July 2, 2014 On Sunday June 30th I attended a white paper presentation at this year’s ALA Annual that revealed the [...]


Originally Posted 6/21/2014 So last week was the very first time in my career that I had the opportunity to facilitate a professional develo [...]
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