Category Archives: Post Secondary Libraries

the story matters

This is a guest posting by Dave Obee, author of The Library Book: A History of Service to British Columbia. British Columbia‚Äôs first libraries came in several shapes and sizes — although, for the most part, they were minuscule compared … Continue reading

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what keeps me up at night?

One need not venture far into the social media and news sphere to see that funding cuts to libraries are very much in the news and the minds of librarians across the country. No doubt this news is keeping some … Continue reading

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Big Ideas for Libraries in Communities

I had the very great pleasure of attending several events at the SFU Public Square Community Summit, held over six days in September. The Public Square initiative was designed to “spark, nurture and restore community connections, establish Simon Fraser University … Continue reading

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