Category Archives: Public Libraries

Juxtapose – Comparing Images

Juxtapose creates a slider to compare two images. It’s one of several handy tools from the Northwestern University Knight Lab. This Juxtapose images compares London’s Heathrow airport in 1945 and 2014. (Link to larger version.) What a great way to … Continue reading

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Social Media & Libraries Workshops

Social Media & Graphics is the topic for the 2nd session of the Social Media & Libraries series being held at SALS in Saratoga Springs, NY on Wednesday September 28, 206. The workshops are sponsored by CDLC, MVLS, SALS and … Continue reading

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Social Media & Marketing Workshop

Thanks to the Schenectady County Public Library for hosting last Friday’s Social Media & Marketing workshop  This was part 1 of a 3 part workshop series being sponsored by: Capital District Library Council Mohawk Valley Library System Southern Adirondack Library … Continue reading

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Amazing Seeds: A Kids Guide to Strange and Wonderful Garden Veggies

Is your library or school running a gardening program for kids? Are you homeschooling and have kids interested in gardening? Baker Creek is offering a gardening booklet for kids – free multiple copies. From an email: “Baker Creek has published … Continue reading

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Clifton Park Halfmoon Staff Day

Many thanks to Alex Gutelius and Angela Strong for inviting me to speak at the Clifton Park Halfmoon Public Library staff day. Slides from the presentation “The Future is Now!” are available for you to download.  

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Flower Power Fund Raiser

Being a gardener and a library fan, this is my idea of the perfect fundraiser! With Flower Power you set up a fundraising page for your organization and your organization gets 50% of the sales. Looks like it’s very easy … Continue reading

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