Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Spread the Word

Magazine article Computers in Libraries

Spread the Word

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When we announced the theme for this issue as #library, we were hoping to get submissions about how libraries are using social media to spread the word about their initiatives-and we did. But we also heard from librarians who are sharing their stories in other ways.

One great way to do that is to publish your story here-and we're always looking for submissions. In fact, we've just posted our editorial calendar for 2018. Check it out at infotoday.com/cilmag, and send us a query.

That's exactly what the technology specialists at the Harpeth Hall School (Nashville, Tenn.) did when they proposed writing about how this private college prep school is using its makerspace to teach humanities. We were simply amazed to see what they are doing to prepare the post-Millennials for life in their tech-dominated world. See also Jan Zastrow's article that discusses engaging students with primary sources from digital archives.

This has got to be the first issue of the magazine to feature race cars on the cover. The archivists and digital librarians at The Revs Institute offered to write up their fantastic approach to sharing (and selling) images from the institute's collection of classic car race photos. …

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