April 26, 2018

Archives for June 2016

Library Services

CO Parks Collaboration Expands to All State Libraries

Colorado libraries of all kinds are celebrating summer by launching a statewide collaboration with Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The Check Out Colorado State Parks program allows library patrons to borrow a backpack containing a Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW) pass, which admits a carload of visitors into any of the state’s 42 parks.

Celebration & Integration | Public Services

Since before Ellis Island became the gateway to the United States for many, libraries have served immigrant communities with language classes and learning materials that can help ease the path toward employment and citizenship. Today, those services have expanded to include referrals to city and health-care services, cultural events honoring countries of origin, legal aid, small business and entrepreneurship assistance, and much more.

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Trailblazing in Digital Humanities

LJ Mover & Shaker, Ashley Maynor has put her MFA in film and media arts from Temple University to good use as an Assistant Professor & Digital Humanities Librarian at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

The Story of the Stuff, her interactive web documentary on the artifacts, gifts, and remembrances sent to the town of Sandy Hook, CT, after the school shooting, brought those two passions together. “This project in particular is very wrapped up in libraries,” says Maynor. “It’s about the type of research that a digital humanities librarian does.