Library Blogs

The best library blogs in various categories, and tips to become a librarian or just learn better cataloging & organizing skills for home or work. Also teacher tips from school librarians to empower learning amongst students

// This list features 10 blogs
New York Public Library +

As a provider of free books, research, book & movie reviews, as well as all types of educational information for more than 100 years, the New York Public Library serves as an invaluable source of learning, knowledge, and community amongst its worldwide visitors.

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    Library Journal +

    To learn all about librarianship and its evolution, as well as tips & skills to become a better librarian, you’ll want to follow this very professionally put-together blog. Topics covered include the latest news from public & academic libraries, as well as technology, programs, and job postings.

    Librarianship Studies +

    Librarianship Studies provides world-class education in the fields of Library and Information Science. Recognized as one of the best centers of information for libraries, librarians, catalogers, information scientists, and research scholars, you’ll find answers to all your library-related questions.

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      Teen Librarian Toolbox +

      Teen Librarian Toolbox is a safe community for teens looking for honest book reviews, accessible information, journalism, analysis, or research. The goal of this site is to help libraries serving teens and to create a community where they can develop knowledge and share literary resources.

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        The Daring Librarian +

        Middle School Librarian & Teacher of the Year, Gwyneth A Jones, is also a blogger who shares tips to help both adults & kids organize their media, content, apps, and databases. She also shares advice for fellow librarians and has had her work featured in the NYT and The Washington Post.

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          No Shelf Required +

          No Shelf Required is a discussional forum on ebooks and digital content of all types for librarians, publishers, writers, editors, distributors, educators, and anyone interested in the publishing and information industry.

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            In the Library with the Lead Pipe +

            In the Library with the Lead Pipe is a peer-reviewed journal centered around improving America’s libraries, as well as the communities which they serve. Discussing cultural topics to library conduct guidelines and improved infrastructure to support student researchers, librarians will love this blog.

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              The Unquiet Librarian +

              Buffy J Hamilton is one of the best school media specialists out there! She’ll show you how to work with students in clever ways to ignite inspiration as well as improve skills in writing, organizing, and learning in general. Anyone working in schools will seriously appreciate this blog.

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                Librarian +

                Jessamyn, the author of this blog, is a Vermont-based library technologist. She writes about library-related topics from a professional point of view as well as about her own work. You’ll also find reading recommendations, and tips for cataloging.

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                  Free Range Librarian +

                  K.G. Schneider, aka the Free Range Librarian, works as the Equinox librarian by day and as a blogger by night. She shares her travels, interesting thoughts on writing, and pop culture, as well as honest musings on librarianship in the modern world.

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