Our November newsletter misstated some of the details related to the upcoming Autistic Heroes in Kidlit panel.
“There are always so many great ideas floating around in every conference that I’ve been to, small or large.”
~ Amber Fick, MLIS student
“We think that indie bookstores are such an important part of a community.”
~ Marcus Mayer and Katherine Warde, school librarians and co-owners of independent bookstore Addendum Books.
“This probably sounds cheesy, but I really do feel like I’m living a fairy tale life!”
~ Deni Buendorf (MLIS ’13)
Learn about the “board member treatment” enjoyed by the Hennepin County Library Board (and how you can get it, too!).
ALA President Courtney Young is coming!
(This is not an April Fools’ Day joke. Seriously.)
“Oh gosh, this guy just thinks I check out books! Oh nooo, are you kidding me?”
~ Karen Qualey (MLIS ’11)
In this issue: welcome to 2015, student group news and updates, how our program is helping teach young girls about coding and an interview with a Systems Librarian who says he spends more time on people than technology.