ATG’s Caught My Eye

by | Mar 19, 2021 | 0 comments

  • Keeping the Pages Turning at Duke Libraries was posted in Duke Today and highlights how Duke’s libraries have implemented creative ways in a year long pandemic to meet the community’s essential research needs, while at the same time, providing “a valuable constant in a time of upheaval.”

  • On the Vast and Multitudinous Worlds of the Library is a post in Literary Hub by Jamie Vander Broek, art librarian at the University of Michigan. In her article Ms. Vander Broek compares libraries and museums, pointing to both their similarities and their major differences.

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And in case you missed it American Libraries’ posted its final report on what is ALA’s last Midwinter Conference. And although it was the last of a series of meetings that began in 1908, “it was a consequential one with more than 7,100 participants and marquee speakers such as Ruby Bridges, Ethan Hawke, Ziggy Marley, Cicely Tyson, Emmanuel Acho, US Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.), and new US First Lady Jill Biden. Many sessions centered on two major themes: equity, diversity, and inclusion; and library responses to the coronavirus pandemic…”


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