[Libs-Or] The latest issue of the OLA Quarterly is now available! Second notice.
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Sun Apr 15 15:59:36 PDT 2018
The winter issue of the OLA Quarterly is now available! The theme is Sushi,
STEM, or Goat Yoga: Successful Library Programming and the Guest Editor is
Esther Moberg, Director of Seaside Public Library, and vice president/
president-elect of the Oregon Library Association. This is a second notice,
intended to find more readers for the authors’ work.
Please don’t forget to read Esther’s introduction!
Adulting 101: Know Your Audience,
by Teresa Lucas, Assistant Director of North Bend Public Library
Unlock the Box at Your Library,
by Amanda Puetz, Librarian 1, Eugene Public Library
The Art of the Trade: A New/Old Take on Resource Sharing,
By Ann Scheppke, Adult Services Librarian, Salem Public Library
Pierce Library’s Night Against Procrastination,
By Sarah Ralston, Assistant Professor, Eastern Oregon University
Building Community at the Library With Coffee and Conversation,
By Amy Honisett, Rachael Short, and Kate Schwab of Multnomah County Library
A New Use for the Makerspace,
By Diana Widdows, Librarian, Warrenton Grade School
What Did We Learn? Youth and Family Programs at Deschutes Public Library,
By Heather McNeil, Youth Services Manager, Deschutes Public Library
Library Takeovers: After Hours Nerf Games and More at the Corvallis-Benton
County Public Library,
By Bonnie Brzozowski, Elizabeth Johnson, and Kristy Kemper Hodge of
Corvallis-Benton County Public Library
This is a wonderful issue, with a lot of new ideas you can use in your
library. See if someone you know wrote an article! Feel free to share it
far and wide! We hope you like it!
OLA Communications Chair
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