I wonder if students sitting in front of a large display outside my office have noticed that the subject is potent: Stereotypes.
A library is clearly “place” in the sense of a physical space filled with books, posters, signs and desks. But just as obviously, a library is also people.
This month The Library IT crowd features Marni Tam.
Everyone knows listening is a major starting point to any readers’ advisory (RA) transaction and listening to podcasts can play an important role before the interview even starts.
We have an interesting issue that focuses on relationships—within the workplace, with our communities and with our users. Stereotypes, podcasts and new libraries are all featured along with some of our ongoing columns. Plus, Richard Reid (2019 OLA President) and Shelagh Paterson (OLA Executive Director) share the OLA priorities for 2019 in the annual Bird's eye podcast.
Libraries are public spaces where people meet, take out books and study. Libraries hold communities together.
Mariam Hamou is the current communications director at the Nazem Kadri Foundation. She is also a political activist and local poverty advocate who has…
If you are (or have been) participating in a for-credit IL course at a Canadian university or college, we’d love to hear from you.
This particular blank space is waiting for members of the Ontario Library Association (OLA) community to fill it up, decorate it, contribute.
Happy New Year everyone! In our first issue of 2019, we've got topics ranging from Afrofuturism to telecom policy to game-based learning. And we're happy to welcome back some of regular contributors while introducing you to some new voices.
Finding meaningful applications for technology in the classroom is important but sometimes difficult.
First Nation libraries, like the one in Moose Factory, make profound contributions to their communities.
Games can increase learner attention and retention—for learners of all ages.