Libraries from Cleveland to Seattle have adopted special bike programs to carry books and services around town with old-fashioned pedal power By Chris Francis In Cleveland Heights, Ohio, where winter temperatures reached a record low of –11°F the first we ...
ssinharoy - 08/13/2014 - 11:13 - American Libraries Magazine
By Megan Cottrell When the Northlake (Ill.) Public Library District wanted to grow its popular graphic novel collection and add a fun element to attract young adults, the staff decided to dream big—really big. As in 9-feet-tall-and-green kind of big. Staf ...
ssinharoy - 05/29/2014 - 15:13 - American Libraries Magazine
How libraries can get more word-of-mouth buzz By Peggy Barber We live in a world of communication clutter. From the internet to endless TV commercials, newspapers, magazines, signage, the inside and outside of buses—ads are everywhere. But consider: What ...
geberhart - 02/10/2014 - 14:51 - American Libraries Magazine
An overview of how states performed on 2013 ballots By Kathy Rosa One of the ways we measure the support for public libraries is through the success or failure of local library referenda. We look back on the previous year cheering the wins and also wonder ...
ssinharoy - 12/30/2013 - 16:26 - American Libraries Magazine