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Discovery is a growing trend in libraries, involving elements such as metadata, collections, user experience, web design, and marketing into one seamless and enjoyable customer experience. How can we make our great stuff easier for users to discover? This session is a multi-faceted examination of...
This qualitative study was conducted to examine and analyse public library strategic plans in order to understand current themes and future priorities within the unique economic and political environment of Alberta, Canada. Content analysis was used as the primary research method, and strategic...
Darth Vader, Spiderman and Sailor Moon Walk Into a Library: Adapting Cosplay for the Public Library SettingDownload
This presentation will provide an introduction to and brief theoretical exploration of the concept of cosplaying. Following this, we will discuss the ways in which cosplay can be meaningfully incorporated into public library programming, including examples of libraries that have previously...
Community Public Libraries Edition
"Public Library Services for People who are Homeless or Under-housed in North America" is a resource guide that was created for LIS 592: Intellectual Freedom and Social Responsibility, taught by Dr. Toni Samek. This guide is a summary of major findings and themes from a term paper completed for...
This book presents the findings of a study of access policies and censorship experiences of the public libraries of Canada. It addresses the issue of the prevailing climate of intellectual freedom in public libraries across the country. It shows just how much community pressure is brought to bear...