Stories where women save the day – Wonder Woman included!

Feeling inspired after seeing the new Wonder Woman movie? Or do you just enjoy books featuring strong women? Then check out this article from the Book Bub Blog, which gives some reading suggestions for books where women come to the rescue!  (And don’t miss our previous CMLE blog post about women in comics, from guest blogger … Continue reading Stories where women save the day – Wonder Woman included!

Women in Comics: The World of Wonder Woman!

Article by Carli Spina. She contributed these guest blog articles to CMLE also! Four Resources to Improve Your Library’s Accessibility  Creative Commons Part 1: What does “Creative Commons” mean? Creative Commons Part 2: Five Creative Commons Resources “The beginning of next month will see the premier of the new Wonder Woman movie, so now is … Continue reading Women in Comics: The World of Wonder Woman!

Creative Commons Part 2: Five Creative Commons Resources

CMLE Guest Blogger: Carli Spina If you have any questions, let me know in the comments or contact me on Twitter where I’m @CarliSpina. In my last post, I explained what Creative Commons licenses are. But how can you make use of these licenses and incorporate items that are licensed under them in your library? … Continue reading Creative Commons Part 2: Five Creative Commons Resources

Creative Commons Part 1: What does “Creative Commons” mean?

CMLE Guest Blogger: Carli Spina If you have any questions, let me know in the comments or contact me on Twitter where I’m @CarliSpina. Creative Commons Part 1: What does “Creative Commons” mean? Copyright is an important but often intimidating topic. As library staff, we may know that copyright protections exist, but knowing their exact … Continue reading Creative Commons Part 1: What does “Creative Commons” mean?

Four Resources To Improve Your Library’s Accessibility

  CMLE Guest Blogger: Carli Spina Accessibility for individuals with disabilities is an important topic for any library. Not only is this a legal requirement for virtually all libraries, but it is also important to ensure that our libraries are welcoming and inclusive for all members of the community. This is particularly important when considering … Continue reading Four Resources To Improve Your Library’s Accessibility