Posts tagged "Program"
The Labs @ CLP: The relationships that connect youth and libraries

The Labs @ CLP: The relationships that connect youth and libraries

Sienna Cittadino began her work at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh a couple of years back as a volunteer during Labs programming at CLP – East Liberty. She immediately displayed an easy-going way of interacting with youth and working alongside them as they explored their creative side, which helped her to get the job as Labs...
Temple University Libraries’ Artist-in-Residence Series: Fallen Fruit's Endless Orchard

Temple University Libraries’ Artist-in-Residence Series: Fallen Fruit’s Endless Orchard

In this, the third and final guest blog in Nicole Restaino’s series on Temple University Libraries’ artist-in-residency program, we get an exciting sneak-peek at the cross-campus collaboration they have planned for the end of the year with the artist collective Fallen Fruit. Enjoy! ~Erinn by Nicole Restaino As 2016 draws to a close, the team at Temple...
Erased from FYE: Designing a First Year Experience Mobile Game at Pearsall Library

Erased from FYE: Designing a First Year Experience Mobile Game at Pearsall Library

by Ian Boucher  When I started my first part-time library job at North Carolina Wesleyan College, one of my duties was to create video tutorials introducing library users to the website and topics like plagiarism and scholarly journals. As I learned about user motivation and engagement during my MLIS program, I became interested in video...
3D Printed Bookmarks

3D Printed Bookmarks

by Michael Cherry, Teen & Youth Librarian Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library 3D printed bookmarks are a fun and easy project for librarians interested in 3D printing. They are a great way to introduce patrons to computer-aided design (CAD) and don’t require as many light years to 3D print. Their quirkiness will appeal to technophobes and gadget...
Temple University Libraries’ Artist-in-Residence Series: 2014 and 2015 Seasons with micha cárdenas and Angela Washko

Temple University Libraries’ Artist-in-Residence Series: 2014 and 2015 Seasons with micha cárdenas and Angela Washko

by Nicole Restaino Thanks for tuning into the second post on Temple University Libraries artist-in-residence program (read the first post in the series). I am looking forward to telling you a little bit more about the work of our 2014 and 2015 featured artists, micha cárdenas and Angela Washko, respectively. The stories of their engagements...
Why Libraries Matter: My Experience Planning a Black Lives Matter Program

Why Libraries Matter: My Experience Planning a Black Lives Matter Program

Editor’s Note: This piece is being posted anonymously, both for the contributor’s sake and for the college where he works. Images, unfortunately, cannot be shared at this time. If other librarians out there would be interested in any of the research materials used in this program, or in contacting the contributor for any further insights...
The Labs @ CLP series: Making Room for Music Recording in the Library

The Labs @ CLP series: Making Room for Music Recording in the Library

The Labs @ CLP has been around for four years now, working to better integrate mentorship and maker-centered learning into our programs and services. If you read some of our early blog entries about the development of the program, you’ll know that programming was designed in a very prescribed way: one workshop and one Open...
Temple University Libraries’ Artist-in-Residence Series: An Introduction

Temple University Libraries’ Artist-in-Residence Series: An Introduction

by Nicole Restaino I’m delighted to share Temple University Libraries’ Artist-in-Residence Series as we prepare to launch the initiative’s third iteration. This month, I’ll be providing background on our libraries, our programming, and how the artist-in-residence project fits into our overall programming strategy here at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. First, a bit about who we...
“The Wesleyan Critics:” A Film Analysis Program Premieres at North Carolina Wesleyan College

“The Wesleyan Critics:” A Film Analysis Program Premieres at North Carolina Wesleyan College

by Ian Boucher  While Web 2.0 has brought out more voices, many others nevertheless remain spectators against the vast theater of bloggers whose posts are gospel, where deciphering experts from laypeople and all the biases and emotions in between is an afterthought.  Creativity begins with voice, and, whether through individual research or discussion, a library...
PAGES TO PROJECTS: Color Tamer Face Drawing

PAGES TO PROJECTS: Color Tamer Face Drawing

In a place where colors ran wild, there lived a girl who was wilder still. Her name was Swatch, and she was a color tamer. She was small, but she was not afraid. by Rebecca Dunn Open Swatch: The Girl Who Loved Color by Julia Denos (public library) and experience a stampede of color.  Young...
Engaging Student Stakeholders with Google Cardboard at Pearsall Library: Phase One

Engaging Student Stakeholders with Google Cardboard at Pearsall Library: Phase One

by Ian Boucher  Google Cardboard is a quick and cheap technology to implement in a library, and its implications are just as fascinating. We at North Carolina Wesleyan College’s Pearsall Library ushered in 2016 with a Google Cardboard demo space, reinforcing to our students the part they can play in personally assessing the value of...
"An Evening to Paint" at North Carolina Wesleyan College's Pearsall Library

“An Evening to Paint” at North Carolina Wesleyan College’s Pearsall Library

by Melissa Knox My name is Melissa Knox, and I am the Circulation Supervisor at Pearsall Library on the main campus of North Carolina Wesleyan College. “An Evening to Paint” was such a simple art project for people of all ages. While we aimed for student involvement, it quickly became a program for staff and...