Farewell to the blog team…and a huge thank you!
Still unsure about how to seek opportunities? Listen to Deb Hunt.
A place for cartoon preservation!
It’s movie time…library style!
Fabrics and designs galore!
It’s a zoo library safari!
Houston we have a … Star Party!
Need advice about the MLIS program? Our graduating SLASC members are here to give you advice!
November is here, and do you know what that means? It’s Dinovember! Military libraries like the Combat Center Library and Shadow Mountain Branch Library in 29 Palms, California, are celebrating the fun and awesomeness that comes from dinosaurs!
Take a look at some of the groundbreaking and historic women who have made a lasting impact in special libraries.
Missed Dr. Stephens’ September presentation, “On Finding Joy”? No problem! This blog recaps all the important details from that event! There’s enough joy for everyone!
Marketing is what makes the libraries go round and round. But how should special libraries market themselves and most importantly, to whom?
Journey through this blog post for an in-depth exploration of the specialized libraries that support researchers’ understanding of our oceans and marine ecosystems.
Abracadabra! Behold the wonder of magic libraries, which store all secrets of magicians past and present. Who knew they existed?!
Authors: Max Gonzalez Burdick, Sarah Walters & Sereen Suleiman Wow! Words alone cannot describe what an incredible presentation A Night At The Circus was. For those of you who missed this event, do not fret, the SLASC Blog Team has you covered! Read below to find out what happened! Also, Read more…
Photo provided by Huntington Library Author: Sereen Suleiman While botany is the science of plants, a botanical library, or horticultural library, is a type of special library that focuses on the collection of literature and materials about plants. These libraries are typically located in botanical gardens, research institutions, horticultural societies, Read more…
Come along on this tour of the wonderful world of museum libraries as we highlight eclectic collections around the globe.
Check out this blog post that highlights video game collections in libraries and a nonprofit research library’s work to preserve video game history.
Check out what the Marine Corps Combat Center Library did for Valentine’s Day 2021! What did your library do? Post your comments below! -Max Gonzalez Burdick
Where does one go to find information on Scottish beer from the 1920s? I found myself asking that same question as I started my holiday baking this year. I came across an unusual recipe that I wanted to try: Fochabers Gingerbread, a traditional Scottish gingerbread containing beer. Unfortunately, the original 1929 Read more…
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