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New BCR Blogs

While The Librarian is IN is exclusively about public libraries, BCR has several other blogs with much content  relevant to public librarians, especially catalogers, trainers and local historians as well as marketing, public relations, IT and e-resources staff.  I’ve already mentioned Get Used, our marketing blog, but … Continue reading

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Your Place in History

When print on demand books became an option did anyone guess that a good marketing technique for them would be that they can be easily personalized?  The Obama Time Capsule lets you (or someone you want to honor, delight, compliment or send … Continue reading

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Introduce children to the world

Here’s a great way for libraries that can’t afford multilingual texts to expand their youth collections virtually.    The International Children’s Digital Library promotes diversity and makes it fun for kids to learn about other languages and cultures.  You don’t … Continue reading

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