skip to Main Content

What’s new in Open Shelf?: June 2019

This month, we hear from those impacted by recent cuts to library services and about technological inclusion in school libraries. As we start two new series:

Genealogy 101: Librarian Krista Woltman explores the role genealogy plays in the lives of public library patrons, as well as in the profession of librarianship, and

Good news: Teacher-Librarian Jennifer Brown gathers stories from K–12 students and staff throughout the province about the great things happening in school libraries,

we welcome back our series What is a library? and From discord to discourse. Plus, we have a new installment of our regular column Open for all?

Greenery with a neon sign on top, stating "and breathe"
Photo by Max van den Oetelaar on Unsplash

Here are the stories, in the order they appear:

Back To Top