KBJR 6 visits the bookmobile!
Customer Service – Things I wish I could tell my Librarian Experience not products – People want to feel welcome in a comfortable setting with desired products Families not coming for the books but the time together, safe environment, social interaction, & activities Exceed expectations and anticipatory services answer the basic reference question but provide [...]
The Hip Hop Librarian Consortium, is a group of Academic Librarians from various parts of the United States, collaborating on an ongoing book-project series that features a bibliographic archive of Hip Hop scholarly resources for students, faculty, and life-long learners to use for research purposes.
ARSL 2016 – Tech Training for Patrons Always try to connect new information to something patrons already know to help them retain the new information that is being shared. Eight tips to remember Self-Identify - do your best, acknowledge unexpected problems and reflect on your experience Measure your progress – Keep learning in an intentional [...]
MALF sponsored several workshops across Minnesota and I attended the workshop at the Wentworth Library in Dakota County on September 16, 2016. There were many great ideas discussed about increasing both membership rosters and your pool of volunteers. What do today’s volunteers want? Concise communications To use their skills No meetings! Short term well defined [...]
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Do you have a strong knowledge in the use of web services, APIs, and related programming languages? Do you have a strong understanding of network environments and design? Are you passionate about improving the efficiency of workflows for an automation system and its web-based components in a Software as a Service environment? The Arrowhead Library [...]