Visual literacy is simply deriving meaning from visual information; images, information literacy and the internet intersect and affect one another.
Think Clearly Blog
Think Clearly Blog
Health sciences librarians fill a multitude of roles within their institutions, and directly impact community health.
Interview with the author of collected stories and methods for a successful library diversity audit plus what works and historic background
Technical services departments increasingly expected to do more with less, shrinking budgets, staff turnover, lack of visibility, no advocacy
Interview with the Author: Susan Walsh, “Between the Spreadsheets: Classifying and Fixing Dirty Data”
Interview with Susan Walsh from The Classification Guru, the author of a book on finding and fixing dirty data; COAT methodology
Interview with coeditor of a book for those who work with and teach about medical information and thus about medical misinformation
All librarians are in the business of marketing the library’s services and resources to our user or patron communities.
Interview with authors of handbook for people transitioning to working in a remote or hybrid situation; covering management and sustainable workflows.
Perspectives on library marketing from a library school professor; get people’s attention, sustain that attention, exceed expectations, surprise users
Brief summary of the book Helping Library Users with Legal Questions: Practical Advice for Research, Programming, and Outreach for special librarians
Focus groups librarians organize help to identify patrons’ needs better and understand patron behavior and the impact of services on the library use
An (ILS) is central to every library’s operations; when well configured, the ILS can positively impact workflows and processes.
Library instructors must make learning meaningful, tell stories, use visual aids, make content relevant, limit distractions to encourage focus