Fun READ posters from the “If the light’s on, we’re home…” library

The kids and teens at the  Stillwater (NY) Free Library have a created a great set of READ posters as part of their summer reading program. Great example of a fun, creative project on a […]

Is there a Red Box DVD machine in your library’s future?

Princeton Public Library just installed a Red Box DVD machine outside their building. What a great idea. Janie Hermann posted this photo and note about the service to Facebook today: “We are a pilot site […]

Wii Bowling for Seniors – Holiday Classic Tournament

Do you have a Wii Bowling program for Seniors? Check out this tournment! Any library with a Wii Bowling for Seniors program is invited to participate in the Kent Public Library Holiday Classic Wii Bowling […]

7 Ways Your Public Library Can Help You During A Bad Economy

7 Ways Your Public Library Can Help You During A Bad Economy: Handy short article on the ways library services and resources can help people at ANY time, not just during a bad economy. 1. […]

Summer Reading Photos

The 2008 Summer Reading photo pool at flickr is growing by leaps and bounds. Tons of great photos of programs, activities, displays and more. Like this great photo from the Newport (OR) Public Library. Take […]

A Baker’s Dozen – 13 Web 2.0 Technologies

This is terrific – an online learning opportunity for library customers modeled after Helene Blowers’ Learning 2.0 projects. A Baker’s Dozen – 13 Web 2.0 Technologies from Arlington Heights (IL) Memorial Library You may have […]