October 11, 2021 by Amanda MacGregor
For Wren, we see her get through what she can alone, while feeling confused and not necessarily well cared for, but we also see her surrounded by support, love, and, eventually, help. A great read.
December 10, 2018 by Karen Jensen, MLS
What are library directors thinking about as we enter into 2019? I got a first hand look at the 2018 Library Journal Directors' Summit.
September 5, 2018 by Karen Jensen, MLS
For the past couple of years, national, state and local communities in the United States have been trying to figure out how to deal with the growing opioid crisis. In the city of Mount Vernon, Ohio, where I currently work, I went to a series of training sessions last year that discussed this growing issue. […]
July 9, 2017 by Karen Jensen, MLS
Like many libraries across the country, we talk frequently at mine about the opioid crisis happening across the U.S. and in our local communities. We have had a couple of people OD in our library and we have had to call the squad, but not nearly as much as other libraries have. We have also […]
May 22, 2017 by Karen Jensen, MLS
Earlier this month, I shared two brochures that I created for my library regarding sexual violence and suicide for teens. At that time I was researching and attending some local training about the current opioid epidemic. As promised, I created a brochure and am sharing it with you today. The contact information is local information […]
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