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Tag: local library
“The Secret Statistical Lives of Librarians”
Growing up I always thought that being a librarian would be the coolest. I mean, they just hang out in libraries all day and read, right? Well, turns out that’s not really true. Last month I sat down with Sharron Smith, manager of bibliographic services at the Kitchener Public Library, to chat about what librarians really do while on the job. This story originally ran in The Community Edition’s March issue.
I’ve always romanticized the idea of being a librarian. In my mind, librarians get to hang out in buildings filled with books, spend their days reading books and talking about books, and, most importantly, make their living off of being a book nerd. That’s what really happens when you sign up to be a librarian, right?
“KPL is Not Your Grandpa’s Public Library”
I haven’t had a lot of time to write about books lately, but I did write a couple pieces about my local library for The Community Edition (a monthly publication in Kitchener-Waterloo). Check out this piece about KPL’s new strategic plan, which was originally published in TCE’s March issue. I’ll share more stories about my favourite library soon.