Pop Goes the Library

Using Pop Culture to Make Libraries Better.

by Sophie Brookover, Liz Burns, Melissa Rabey, Susan Quinn, John Klima, Carlie Webber, Karen Corday, and Eli Neiburger. We're librarians. We're pop culture mavens. We're Pop Culture Librarians.


The Electrifying Conclusion

Of NJLA Conference 2005 coverage, that is. My heartfelt thanks & appreciation to my fellow bloggers for their tireless and comprehensive coverage of the sessions they attended:

Liz Burns, Teen Librarian at the Toms River Branch of the Ocean County Library;
Cathy Delneo, Adult Services Librarian at the Bridgewater Branch of the Somerset County Library;
Amy Kearns, Reference Librarian at Clifton Public Library;
Jessica Unger, Reference Librarian at Monmouth University.

Blogging the conference wouldn't have been half as effective or nearly as much fun without you!

I have a dirty little secret to share with you, gentle readers: there are two more sessions I am intending to blog. They are Judy Seiss's excellent Visible Librarian preconference workshop and Lives Are At Stake, a moving, funny, and informative double-session on GLBTQ literature in collections for and the lives of teens, with teen lit heroes Michael Cart and David Levithan. I'd wanted to keep all NJLA Conference 2005 posts together in one long run of conten, to make it easier for you to find them, but it's just not going to be possible. I need to get back to Pop Goes the Library's regularly scheduled posting. I will blog the remaining two sessions, though, so keep an eye on your Pop Goes the Library RSS feed in the news aggregator of your choice for those posts.


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