2009

2009’s Most Controversial Books According Parents

June 6, 2013

It happens every year across the country. Parents petition public and school libraries to remove certain books because of material they find objectionable. Whether it be because of nudity, offensive language, or religion, certain books are targeted and may or may not be banned. Here is the list of the top targeted books of 2009. […]

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American Public Libraries & Community Internet Access

December 18, 2012

Illustrating the value of free internet access in libraries and why they’re in critical need of funding. Source

A Librarians Worth

A Librarians Worth

August 29, 2012

Librarians often have a specific reputation for being old book worms, but in reality librarians are savvy, technology adept and educated people who are serving thousands of people a day with necessary information and tools. This infographic takes a look at a librarians profession, how much do librarians make, what’s their employment status and the […]

CSULB Library Orientation

CSULB Library Orientation

July 1, 2012

My first stab at creating an infographic to display library information to students in an interesting way my blog tiffinianne.wordpress.com will discuss more how the conversion happened. Source

The 2012 Project

The 2012 Project

June 18, 2012

This year e-readers have really taken the world by storm. Many people interpret this as another nail in the coffin of libraries. We don’t need books and libraries they proclaim, and yet every day teen services librarians – you – are making the difference in the lives of teens, and in your communities. Source

Reading in America

Reading in America

June 16, 2012

This shows the shift in American culture from print to digital formats for our reading needs and how libraries compare to e-books Source