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Measuring the Impact of Library Change

Quote: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”  ― Margaret Mead

Approaching change as a process with a beginning, a middle and a long tail will help you manage it effectively.

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29 Nov 2016

Oral Histories from Holocaust Survivors Shed Light on Gay History

Albrecht Becker giving testimony

Video testimonies illuminate a lesser-known narrative of persecution.

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22 Nov 2016

DDA Enables Australian Library to Build a Better Ebook Collection

Swinburne University of Technology Library

Highlights from Charleston Talk on Targeted Ebook Acquisition with DDA, STL & ATO at Swinburne University of Technology.

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17 Nov 2016

“The most highly sensitized classified document in the government” is now online

This Johnson-era PDB, dated 29 May 1967, on the 6 Day War, was declassified in 2004.

National Security Archive wins its battle to declassify CIA digests.

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17 Nov 2016

Anthropological Research Enhanced by Original Margaret Mead Papers

Margaret Mead, field notebook

Increased access to these primary sources encourages dialogue to grow in informed and enhanced ways.

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16 Nov 2016

It's Not All Bad: Advocating for Change as a Paraprofessional

Sheila Garcia

The need for diverse resources and programming to meet the needs of undeserved populations is the focal point of my academic research and career aspirations.

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15 Nov 2016

Space Reclamation is a Change Driver in Libraries

The key to to let go of fear. -Rosanne Cash

But is resistance to change holding you back?

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10 Nov 2016

Evaluating a Journal Package for Cancellation: The Data Deep Dive

Stack of magazines

Be creative developing a case for cancelling journal packages and openly communicate the evaluation process with your constituents.

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09 Nov 2016

1936: Black Voters Leave the Party of Lincoln

Art and Picture Collection, The New York Public Library. (1867).

Roosevelt’s New Deal and Black Cabinet appeal to African Americans.

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08 Nov 2016

Fearing Change? It’s Only Natural

Peter Senge quote - People don't resist change. They resist being changed.

Change is always around the corner – so why do we resist it so consistently?

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03 Nov 2016