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The opioid crisis and administering narcan in libraries
The opioid crisis and administering narcan in libraries
When the general public think of public libraries, they typically think of them as a place to check out books, access Wi-Fi, use public computers, or study for an upcoming exam. Most people employed outside of public libraries innocently, but naively, ...
Love them or hate them, classroom libraries can provide partnership opportunities
Love them or hate them, classroom libraries can provide partnership opportunities
When Mary Ann Cappiello was starting out as a teacher at East Side Community High School in New York City during the mid-1990s, one of her first tasks was to build a classroom library. She drew on her own tastes and interests: novels by Judy Blume, Rob...
Former downtown library directors clash on Mexican American Cultural Center
Former downtown library directors clash on Mexican American Cultural Center
The outrage continues over the Mexican American Cultural Center's placement. Current plans have the center taking over 40 percent of the downtown Main Public Library. Much of what is on that floor was brought to life after a Quality of Life Bond was vo...
Reclaiming reference
Reclaiming reference
Sari Feldman writes: I grew up without a local public library. The Ramapo Catskill Library System in New York provided bookmobile service to my small town, so I at least had access to recreational reading, but it was limited. When my sister, Myrna, lea...