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Category Archives: User Experience
Open invitation to the June event of the New York Library Club: CUNY Journalism June 10th 5:30PM (Please RSVP)
The New York Library Club,Inc. Founded 1885 What: The New York Library Club, Inc. invites you to its Spring Networking Event & Annual Business Meeting featuring remarks by special guest, Garry Pierre-Pierre,Executive Director of the Center for Community … Continue reading
Posted in Academic Libraries, annual business meeting, Lecture, Mentoring, scholarship, SILS students, Special Libraries, Uncategorized, User Experience Tagged City University of New York, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, Garry Pierre, Haiti, Haitian Times, New York, NewYork Library Club, Pulitzer Prize Leave a comment
Ian Frazier: Defending New York’s Public Libraries : The New Yorker
Ian Frazier: Defending New York’s Public Libraries : The New Yorker. he New York Public Library’s announcement that it is abandoning its Central Library Plan has been praised as a good and sensible thing, and indeed it is. The C.L.P. … Continue reading
Public Library Abandons Plan to Revamp 42nd Street Building – NYTimes.com
The New York Public Library has abandoned its controversial plan to turn part of its research flagship on 42nd Street into a circulating library. Credit Chang W. Lee/The New York Times Continue reading the main story In a … Continue reading
How Public Libraries Are Solving America’s Reading Problem
Comment Now Follow Comments We have a reading problem in the United States. It’s not that people aren’t reading: in fact the Pew Research Center reports that 76% of adults have read a book in the past year. Even … Continue reading
Americans Still Love Their Libraries
Children use computers at a library in Washington, D.C. David Kidd/Governing More than two-thirds of Americans like their public libraries and use them often, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center. The Pew analysis suggests that new … Continue reading
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Library Service to the Homeless » Public Libraries Online
by Amy Mars on April 26, 2013 34 Public libraries are a primary source of information and refuge for the poor and disenfranchised. However, many public libraries have enacted policies that limit homeless patrons’ access to library resources. These policies … Continue reading