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Libraries In The Age Of AI: Mo1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog, guest writer Nina Grant spotlights the trendiest, ever-present technology of today, discussing the role of libraries in the age of AI. Enjoy! Artificial intelligence (AI) seems to be everywhere these days, and with its big impact on jobs, you might scratch your head wondering where old-school places like libraries […]

The Evolution Of Library Servi1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Ken Williams discusses the ever relevant topic of the evolution of library services in the digital age. Enjoy! As we navigate the digital age, library services are transforming in remarkable ways. Traditionally known as sanctuaries for physical books, today’s libraries are becoming vibrant, adaptive hubs that […]

The Future of Libraries: Navig1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Jill Brooks discusses how libraries can navigate their digital transformation, including some of the challenges libraries face and the tools they can utilize. Enjoy! Libraries have long stood as bastions of knowledge, evolving through centuries from exclusive archives of scrolls to community hubs bustling with activity […]

Library Spaces & Clean Air: Th

In this week’s Princh Library Blog, guest writer Nina Grant talks about something that’s always present, but rarely thought about; air, or more precisely, the air quality in libraries, and how certain activities can be the source of major air pollution. Enjoy! Think about the last time you walked into a library. The smell of […]

Library Spaces & Clean Air: Th

In this week’s Princh Library Blog, guest writer Nina Grant talks about something that’s always present, but rarely thought about; air, or more precisely, the air quality in libraries, and how certain activities can be the source of major air pollution. Enjoy! Think about the last time you walked into a library. The smell of […]

Library Advocacy: How Individu1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Sam L. Bowman explores how both individuals and businesses can practice library advocacy and contribute to their local libraries. Enjoy! Your local library is the perfect place to connect with your community and learn more about the world around you. Volunteering with a library can enrich […]

Library Advocacy: How Individu1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Sam L. Bowman explores how both individuals and businesses can practice library advocacy and contribute to their local libraries. Enjoy! Your local library is the perfect place to connect with your community and learn more about the world around you. Volunteering with a library can enrich […]

Where the Intellectual Realm M1

In today’s world, libraries stand as iconic institutions, appreciated for nurturing intellectual growth, raising passion for reading, preserving literature, and fostering cultural exploration. Yet, in their evolution, libraries are embracing a dynamic role that extends beyond books and into the field of sports. As representative institutions of culture, these community hubs are uniquely positioned to […]

Where the Intellectual Realm M1

In today’s world, libraries stand as iconic institutions, appreciated for nurturing intellectual growth, raising passion for reading, preserving literature, and fostering cultural exploration. Yet, in their evolution, libraries are embracing a dynamic role that extends beyond books and into the field of sports. As representative institutions of culture, these community hubs are uniquely positioned to […]

Learning From Lived Experience1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, the Public Library Accessibility Resource Center (PLARC) project team discusses their history, why accessible libraries are important, and how you can start assessing your library’s accessibility. Enjoy! “I went to where the audiobooks were and looked for some titles to borrow.  I was using my hand-held magnifier and […]

Bookish Networking: Joining Li1

Have you moved recently and looking to make friends in your new community? Or perhaps, are you looking to expand your network with like-minded people? Then you should consider joining a literary circle in your community! In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Jaydon Tanner gives his tips on how and why you […]

Making Libraries More Digitall1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Sam L. Bowman expands on what digital accessibility means for libraries, and suggest potential avenues for making your library more accessible. Enjoy! Equal access to literary resources, open thought, and learning is foundational to libraries. It’s what makes them vital to society and local communities. Resources […]

4 Tips for Streamlining Design1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer MiKayla Carter gives advices on how you can make your library’s design practices more efficient and cohesive. Enjoy! In today’s libraries, graphic design plays an important role in making books, technology, classes, and other resources more accessible to the communities we serve. Building managers use flyers […]

Staircases to Stories: Explori1

Designing a library is not an easy task; one has to account for an innumerable amount of needs that must be satisfied, and limiting circumstances that must be worked around, all while having less and less land space to do so. So, in what direction can you take your library’s design? For some designers, the […]

“Investing In Your Library Spa

Libraries play a crucial role in fostering community growth and personal, professional and intellectual development. Beyond being repositories of knowledge, they serve as communal spaces where individuals gather, learn, and connect. Your local library is more than just a building filled with books; it is a safe, familiar and resourceful hub for the community. A […]

Taking a More Strategic (and E1

In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, library marketing expert Cordelia Anderson shares her insights into what libraries can do to improve awareness and customer engagement by taking a more strategic approach to library marketing. I spend a lot of time talking about library marketing. For five years, I’ve been working as a marketing and […]

How Libraries Build Stronger, 1

Cover Image by Freepik In this week’s Princh Library Blog post, guest writer Sam L. Bowman dives into some of the ways libraries build and embody their communities; from educating their community to helping them out in a crisis. Enjoy! In today’s evolving digital era, with information quickly available at a keystroke, the relevance of […]

Interview With “the memeing li

Meet the creative force behind the Instagram sensation known as “the memeing librarian“! In this interview, we chatted with Molly Quinn , who stands behind the account that entertains and educates around 20,5k followers. Through short videos and amusing memes, she’s been promoting how cool, fun, informative, and sometimes also radical libraries can be for […]