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What does a sustainable future for the Academic Library Component survey look like under the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)? The Academic Library component survey is currently under [...]
Register for this workshop series starting on April 1 offered through NISO! Looking forward to some hands on, experiential, and engaging experience with a group of colleagues that want to [...]
Fresh Start @ Your Library is a program started in 2009 at Long Branch Public Library in New Jersey to connect formerly incarcerated people with the resources and services they [...]
What does an institution need to have in place to create and sustain: A diverse workforce? Equitable hiring and compensation practices? An inclusive work environment for all? In higher education, [...]
The Hispanic population in the United States has reached nearly 58 million in 2016, 18% of the nation’s population and was the second-largest racial or ethnic group. They are drawn [...]
Chabot College Library and Learning Connection rendering from our partners featured here -- we are truly excited that this project has been recognized! Great work everyone! Congratulations to our lead [...]
How many seats do you need in your library? A tough question as the purpose of libraries evolves and use changes while planning standards become outdated and benchmarking data are [...]
The latest results from the IMLS’s biennial State Library Administrative Agencies (SLAA) Survey are available in the 2018 SLAA report. This report categorizes the SLAAs by administrative structure and highlights trends [...]