In the time of the coronavirus, library workers are having to learn new technologies. A good example of this need to adapt is storytime. I often lead storytimes in my work as a library technician at the Milton Public Library (MPL) and I’ve found by learning to “slide” (i.e., use slides) as part of my storytimes. I’ve not only improved my interactions with children and parents, I’ve also become more comfortable with adapting to new ways of doing my work.
Each of us probably has a system we use to help us prepare for and participate in the interview process. Although there may be an art to doing an interview, having a strategy for preparing for the process can help us practice a bit of science as well.
My journey to a library technician position began five months before graduation. Starting so early helped me relax gave me the time to do the necessary research, refine and alter my approach, and face rejections.
Core tech services such as internet connectivity and access to computing devices are crucial to those people who do not have an alternate means of access in their local communities.
The migration of Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning involves a sign in that breaches public libraries' attempts to protect patron information.
This month, The Library IT Crowd features Darcy Glidden.
This month, The Library IT Crowd features Helen McDonnell.
We showcase some of the great library professionals currently working with technology, get to know them, and share their experiences.
This month The Library IT crowd features Marni Tam.
Monica Socol manages the Digital Technology Services team ats the Hamilton Public Library ...