We are now inviting OLA members to nominate colleagues (or themselves!) for vacant OLA Board and Council positions.
Would you like to work as a member of a creative team that shares stories about libraries in Ontario? Then consider volunteering as the Open Shelf story editor.
A university librarian (Wayne Jones) and a freelance writer (Matt Balaker) team up to talk about their new book and collaborating at a distance.
Chris Cluff is our guest podcaster this month. Host of Chasing Squirrels, his most recent podcast features OSLA president Jennifer Brown. Jennifer also writes…
The two new Ontario Library Service – North websites have been designed to support language revitalization and First Nation public libraries.
This column features professionals who have traditional library and information training but have taken a “road less travelled” by applying their knowledge and skills in unexpected ways or places.
While information as a strategic resource is not a new concept, information warfare (IW) is a relatively recent term.
On September 27, 2019, thousands of people showed up in 85 Canadian communities to rally and protest on the issue of climate change. Some of these folks work in libraries.
CFLA-FCAB is now entering its fourth year as an entity and so it is time to take stock of where it is as an organization and what the future holds.
Our little public library has served as an information center for municipal, provincial and federal elections and this year we ordered welcome resources from Elections Canada.
Lately, being an administrator for a public library in Ontario has been a pretty grim proposition, but a recent experience has left me hopeful.
Emma Primeau highlights the OPLA "Reader Services Core Competencies and RA Toolkit". This resource is a one-stop shop for all the tips, tools and continuing education to fuel a simple, practical and integrated approach to inclusive Readers’ Advisory that is geared to your community.
This month, The Library IT Crowd features Darcy Glidden.