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The information you need to make complex decisions, further your career, and market your library.

Blog | 10 March 2015

The following tips are adapted from the eBook Kickstart Your RFP, written by library consultant Joe Matthews.

To make the transition from an integrated...

Blog | 5 March 2015

COSUGI is less than a month away. Have you registered yet?

COSUGI is the best way to learn what SirsiDynix is working on and network with other librarians. If you want BLUEcloud updates and fresh ideas for your library, you won’t want to...

Blog | 26 February 2015

Libraries are some of the oldest institutions known to humankind. For thousands of years, people have been bolstering libraries as landmarks that tie many different people together under one common goal: the quest for knowledge.

Aside from...

Blog | 19 February 2015
Embedding Your Public Library as a Community Anchor, Part 4

Libraries serve a number of demographics, from children and adults to...

Blog | 18 February 2015

What do you love about your library? How would you like to thank your library for the programs, services, and memories it has provided you?

Libraries serve thousands of people every day—including you. Have you ever taken a moment to show...

Blog | 11 February 2015
Embedding Your Public Library as a Community Anchor, Part 3

Originally designed to give students a way to perfect their research...

Blog | 4 February 2015
Embedding Your Public Library as a Community Anchor, Part 2

A public library and its community are interconnected—libraries may very...

Blog | 28 January 2015
Embedding Your Public Library as a Community Anchor, Part 1

At the center of every community there’s a rooted desire for information...

Blog | 23 January 2015

We’ve spent the past two weeks shedding light on an online-first mentality: what does it mean, and where can you start? We’ve discovered creative examples for implementing this mentality in your own library and have briefly touched on the...

Blog | 19 January 2015

In his short essay, “The Purpose of Education,” Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote of the importance of education in our communities, if not for the goal of intelligence than...

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