Tag Archives: Libraries

What I Did On My Summer Vacation

By Catherine Jones After stumbling through my first year as a part-time USF LIS graduate student, I knew I needed more library experience than reorganizing shelves at my kids’ school media center.  I had great grades and four classes under … Continue reading

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Marketing Libraries

By Reema Mohini Libraries today offer classes, e-books, audiobooks, DVDs, and countless other services and products. The problem is that there are still people who don’t know about all of this. That’s a problem. What the library community needs to … Continue reading

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Christine Wigfall Morris: Clearwater’s First African American Librarian Book Signing

By: Mary Frances Kirkpatrick Christine Wigfall Morris, Clearwater Library System’s first African American Librarian at the North Greenwood Branch, returned to her roots Friday, November 18 for a community reception and signings of her new book “Christine Wigfall Morris: Stories of Family, … Continue reading

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Job Skills Required for New Librarians

The After-Dark Lecture Series had our first panel discussion of they year regarding a very important topic for students in our program. The panel topic for the evening was on job skills required for new librarians in the workforce. The … Continue reading

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