Monthly Archives: April 2014

Role Model or Stereotype —Which Are You?

Even before economic conditions resulted in drastic cuts to school library programs, if you worked in an elementary or middle school you were likely to be the only librarian.  Now it is true in many high schools as well. While

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Spring Cleaning – Time for a Change?

In medieval times, the year began with spring.  Despite our starting the calendar year in the middle of winter, we still look to spring as a season of renewal.  In my childhood, most women made a point of spring cleaning. 

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Live Long and Prosper – Are You Creating New Avenues for Outreach?

The famed Vulcan farewell is an ongoing commitment I have to school librarians and their programs, yet everywhere they are being threatened with elimination. What can you do to turn the tide?  The answer is a 3×3 strategy for winning

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