All-Ages Fun in Dresser

Tiffany Meyer enlisted some wonderful community experts and partners, along with her own creativity, to make the Summer Library Program in Dresser a great success.  There was a pop-up planetarium, a local herbalist taking kids on a lawn walk to spot common useful...

Teens, Tweens and Social Networking

Thanks to Tessa Michaelson Schmidt for sharing this FREE and RELEVANT webinar opportunity!  If you are planning to attend our excellent workshop about Futureproofing your library that morning, don’t worry if you can’t get back to your library in time,...

Another Local Author!

Eau Claire school librarians are an amazing bunch.  Rebecca Hogue Wojahn, who has written several well-received nonfiction titles for kids, has a new novel, to be published next week!  Malcolm at Midnight looks like a great read for middle grades: Malcolm, a...

Colfax Reaching Out with Technology

Lisa Ludwig, director at the Colfax Public Library, got a grant from Dunn Energy to purchase an iPad and several autism-related apps for it.  She is working with the local parent’s autism support group and the school to promote the iPad.  One of...

Gadgets Gizmos and Goo, Oh My!

I posted this over at the Youth Services Shout-Out Blog (Wisconsin Library Association’s Youth Services Section blog), but it was so great I had to post here, too!There’s a discussion on an ALSC listserv about science programs, and Nicole from the Cheshire...