Below are a list of online and journal articles that might be helpful.
Online sources will include a hyperlink to the webpage.
A Slice of Maker Pie: Stories from Three Learner Labs available from WebJunction
Before the Internet, Librarians Would ‘Answer Everything’- And Still Do available from NPR
Building Rural Prosperity with the Rural Information Center available from WebJunction
Connecting for Care in Your Community available from WebJunction
Digital Citizenship and Public Libraries available from WebJunction
Growing Up at the Library available from The IMLS Blog (Thanks to Star LaTronica for the link)
Learn by Doing: Teaching Tech to Patrons available from WebJunction
Libraries are Not a ‘Netflix for Books’ available from WebJunction
Pinterest for Librarians available at So Tomorrow Blog, entry is two years old but it still contains very useful information
Public Libraries Promote Health available from WebJunction
Recommendations for Digital Literacy Program and Libraries available at the blog Librarian by Day
Spark Your Project: Tech tools of Libraries available from WebJunction
Vine: What Six Seconds Can Do For Your Library available from WebJunction
Journal articles can be found on the OmniFile Full Text Select database available here, you’ll need a library card number. Remember to click on the Folder icon at the top right hand of the page, enter Name: fcls, Password: vestal. The articles will be in Brian’s Folder.
All Kids of Flowers Grow Here: The Child’s Place for Children with Special Needs at Brooklyn Public Library
The Building Bridges Project: Library Services to Youth with Disabilities
The Decline of Wikipedia.
Good Teen Librarians Make Great Library Advocates
How Libraries are Changing to Accommodate Patron Wants and Needs.
Is Your Early Childhood Literature Collection Disabilities-Inclusive and Current?
Learning from Librarians and Teens about YA Library Spaces
Library Geek Feats
The Nation’s First Fully Digital Public Library: How a Texas County Made It Happen.
Public Libraries and Marketing
Rated E for Everone: Expanding Services to Children with Special Needs
Reading Beyond Library Walls: Strengthening Services and Opportunities through Partnerships and Collaborations
Rural Public Libraries and Digital Inclusion: Issues and Challenges.
School Librarians as Ambassadors of Inclusive Information Access for Students with Disabilities
Sensory-Enhanced Storytime at Douglas County Libraries
The Statistical and Philosophical Art Behind Elegant Collection Management.
Where is It?…Spanish Language Resources about Children with Special Needs
Why Should Libraries Care About Teens and Technology?