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July 2016 (Vol. 23, no. 1)
Be It Ever So Humble … by Sue Knoche
Accidents and problems can confront any of us from time but with some assistance what might cause us some concern can be overcome.
Based on your experience as a library paraprofessional/support staff, if you were to write a letter to yourself in your first year of work, what would you say?
Based on your experience as a library paraprofessionals/support staff if you were to write a letter to yourself in your first year of work, what would you say? We have received some very interesting reflections from our readers regarding their careers and workplaces.
New York: a Literary Map
Chapter 4: Taking ‘Stock of Change by Kim Barbato
I am sure we have all heard of the rock festival Woodstock, Kim takes us on a journey to where it was held and some history of that time.
News from Canada by Karen Hildebrandt
Karen writes about a new Association to take over some of the responsibilities of the Canadian Library Association, fires and library closures.
Professional Development and Continuing Education: Self-Directed, Bite-Size Learning: a Model by Karen Horn
Karen shares with us a successful professional development she has implemented in her library.
Carol Ellison, Everett, WA – Cataloger, Everett Public Library.
Diane Hollendonner, Jacksonville, IL – Outreach Services Coordinator, Jacksonville Public Library.
Exercises for Your Brain by Michael D. Brooks
For this issue Michael provides us with a website that will challenge the young and not so young.