Weeding Tips: Weeding Gone Wrong, by Rebecca Vnuk | Booklist Online
Booklist Online Book Review: Weeding Tips: Weeding Gone Wrong.Vnuk, Rebecca (author).FEATURE.First published September 16, 2013 (Booklist Online).Reference - Library Science
Weeding Library Collections
WEEDING LIBRARY COLLECTIONS By: Belinda Boon, MLIS, PhD Assistant Professor, Kent State University School of Library & Information Science Today it is more important than ever for libraries to …
Treasure or Trash Heap? | American Libraries Magazine
A couple of years ago I was giving a keynote presentation at a state library conference in the Upper Midwest when a librarian came up to me with a copy of my first book, Snowballs in the Bookdrop, published in 1982. She wanted me to autograph it with a personal greeting, but I hesitated when I … Continue reading Treasure or Trash Heap? →
Weeding Fiction: A Personal Tale
It’s hard not to make it personal;’ that book looks good’ or’ I really liked that’ or’ I’ve always wanted to read that, but never did. There’s usuall…
Wading through the Weeds - Deselection and Me
Collections are big and ungainly things. No matter how hard you try, they grow like topsy. But like any weedy thing, too much growth sucks up space, oxygen and *things* start taking over. Soon the weedy things completely obscure the healthy things and before you know it, kids and families start wandering aimlessly through the growth praying to the gods and goddesses to get them out of there. Ah, it is clearly August in libraryland. A time when the minds of youth librarians turn to tending…
The Importance of Weeding with Holly Hibner and Mary Kelly - Elementary Librarian
This podcast discusses weeding in the school library. Special guests Holly Hibner and Mary Kelly of AwfulLibraryBooks.net give weeding tips for librarians.
“Do you ever read any of the books you [weed]?” : Culture
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