Ways to Promote 3D Printing at Your Library

While 3D printing is an exciting technology with tremendous potential for libraries, it is essential that we take the time and effort to promote it at our organizations. In my latest Wired Library column, I explore ways to promote 3D printing at your library. In the July/August edition of Public Libraries Magazine, I examined theContinue reading “Ways to Promote 3D Printing at Your Library”

How to Evaluate Your Library’s Virtual Programs

Given the need to practice social distancing, many libraries have embraced virtual programming. From live programming over Zoom and Facebook, to pre-recorded programs on YouTube, librarians have found creative ways to engage their patrons. While this approach is vital, how can you measure the impact and success of your library’s virtual programs? Below is aContinue reading “How to Evaluate Your Library’s Virtual Programs”

Using Idle Library Tech to Fight COVID-19

Closings and service reductions have left some libraries with an array of technology that currently sits idle. Rather than let this equipment gather dust, why not add it to the fight against the Coronavirus? Below are two ways your library may be able to help. Add Your Computers’ Processing Power to the Search for TreatmentsContinue reading “Using Idle Library Tech to Fight COVID-19”