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How to Delight Students – Attracting Students With Study Spaces That Work!

Being a student can be frustrating. Usually, you share a room with other people who have different motivations or goals to you, and may end up playing music while you're trying to study. If studying at home, you’re often dealing with distractions...

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Create Your Own Little Free Library

Now and then an idea comes along that has the potential to change the world. Not because it is large and grandiose, but through simplicity and elegance, and in the case of the 'Little Free Library' initiative, created for all the right reasons.

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Why Library Workers are the Guardians of Truth in a World of Fake News

The importance of librarians and library workers in a culture of fake news and misinformation, is more important than ever.

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How you’re helping digitise the world’s resources with reCaptcha!

You're probably familiar with reCAPTCHA, the Google-owned system that enables websites to determine whether you are a human, or a virtual bot with bad intentions.

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5 library tech updates you could have ready in a week.

With the digital world moving faster with every passing day, it’s obviously important to understand the relevance and importance of intelligent technology within the library. Introducing elements within your library can only be seen as a positive...

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Student in focus: LTSA catches up with ex-student Kaili Parker Price

This month, LTSA caught up with ex-student Kaili Parker-Price to chat all things Library Education. 

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4 easy ways to make interactive kids library games

It’s no longer enough to have a great selection of reading material in a well maintained library. Even though the local community might really enjoy your space, when it comes to the local children, we’re competing with iPads, TV’s, Play Centres...

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Library staples: what people really want from their libraries!

Let’s call it the Apple Store Agenda, an environment where you can relax, use the gizmos and gadgets, get online or take a class without anyone hassling you or being too invasive. Thanks to pioneers such as Apple, Google and the like, the world’s...

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3 innovative ways to increase library traffic over the summer.

Well there is no denying it, this summer has been nothing but hot, hot, hot! With some of the warmest days on record, it’s easy to understand why people are looking for ways to keep their cool. So what can you do to ensure your library is not...

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