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Make it @ Your Library, makeitatyourlibrary.org, is a new website tailored to librarians interested in implementing makerspace projects in their libraries. Fully searchable, Make it @ your library connects users to projects, based on library-specific search criteria.

It's a new year... so put on a new (book) face for our latest and greatest library contest! Here's what you do:Find a book with a face or part of a face on the cover.Put your face in the book.Have...

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Awesome link to activities for Picture Books - great list of titles! Useful for grades K-2. Picture books are a great way to introduce students into what they are about to do in a lesson or activity. A ton of links that take you to what books are good for what grade and where you can find the books. Great resource when looking for picture books to include in your classroom.

100 Helpful Blogs For School Librarians (And Teachers) - Edudemic AMAZING social media links, too. This article is a good place to start if you are looking for current, specialized information concerning 21st century trends for media specialists. It recommends13 blogs for traditional librarians, 5 for teacher librarians, 6 for library science industry news, 19 for technology-focused libraries,16 for children’s and young adult lit, 10 book blogs, and 5 for professional development & more.