Hello, readers! The Library Diary blog is enlisting your assistance.
Is there anything about libraries you want to learn more about? Do you have any questions about why or how operations in your library work the way they do? Are you wondering about the Dewey Decimal System? Do you need book suggestions? Want to know more about library funding? Do you have an idea that libraries should start implementing? Have libraries helped you grow or learn in a special way that couldn’t be possible without them? Do you know any awesome librarians that you think should have their story told to the world? Do you just love libraries as much as I do??
If you said yes to any of the above questions, or thought of another question along the way, I WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! The Library Diary has been up and running for a little over a month now, and everything that’s been written were on topics I wanted to learn more about myself. Let’s be real though, it’s not all about me. I want to write for you! If you have any ideas, suggestions, stories, or questions, please comment, message, or email me. I love challenges and will be willing to research and dig up almost anything you are wondering about. It doesn’t even have to be specifically about libraries. It could be about anything involving literacy, books, internet access, education, librarians, or other things I haven’t even thought of. If you think it fits within the scope of this blog, send your questions my way.
If you are new to The Library Diary, and have no idea what it’s all about, check out my first article here or skim through the About page. This is a blog dedicated to supporting libraries and educating non-librarians about how they work and how to use them…. basically anyone who loves to read or learn. I look forward to hearing from all of you 🙂