The American Library Association has a new Online Code of Conduct, which establishes rules for participation in the ALA Connect forums. The Connect forums have mostly replaced email discussion lists as the place where librarians have their professional communications as members of the association, so they are an important foundation of professional activity now. The … Read more ALA’s New Online Code of Conduct and Commercial Activity
We are now offering gift certificates, in any amount. When you purchase one, you can schedule it to be sent to your recipient with your message. A four-week class costs $200 and makes a great gift for the librarian on your list.
The National Digital Stewardship Foundation‘s 2020 Innovation Awards were announced at Digital Preservation 2020. The winner in the Educators category is Library Juice Academy, for our Certificate in Digital Curation program. This program, launched in 2019, encompasses a six-course sequence for library, archives and museum practitioners wanting to learn more about and expand their skill sets for … Read more 2020 NDSA Innovation Award
I’m interviewing Katie Scherrer, who has been an instructor for us for a long time. She has taught a Latinx outreach class for us, a bilingual storytime class, and now teaches her Stories, Songs, and Stretches certification series for kinesthetic development in children’s services. She also teaches a class in mindfulness for librarians that is … Read more Interview with Katie Scherrer
This certificate program focuses on skills and concepts related to how museums care for and present objects in their collections as well as how museums manage the knowledge and information about their collections. Museum informatics also covers how museums use various information technologies – such as digital exhibits – to engage visitors on site and … Read more Announcing our Certificate in Museum Informatics