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Things they did not prepare me for in Graduate School

Things they did not prepare me for in Graduate School Megan Fisher, Bee Cave Public Library The intricacies of trying...
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So you have a mandatory remote learning directive and you use Library•Solution…

As schools and libraries close across the country to help mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic, there is concern over continued learning...
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TLC’s New Customer Success Manager

The Library Corporation is pleased to announce the creation of a Customer Success Manager (CSM) position within the organization.  Based...
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What I Learned as a Vendorbrarian

What I Learned as a Vendorbrarian; or my written apology to every vendor I dissed when I was a librarian...
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Why We Don’t Need the GMD/Subfield H in Cataloging Anymore

As a cataloger, I remember the constant complaints from staff about the General Material Designator (GMD) in the MARC record:...
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A Background in Libraries

When I’m on the road visiting libraries, hosting workshops, or attending conferences, I am often asked about my background. People...
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My transition from Librarian to Vendor

I have recently joined the TLC Library Sales Consultant team, and I thought it might be worthwhile to share my...
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TLC•SmartTECH goes on the road

After hosting an open house, TLC•SmartTECH goes on the road On March 27th, TLC hosted an open house in our...
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Avengers: Endgame, Source Material and YOUR Library

Avengers: Endgame, Source Material and YOUR Library. -Jamison Reynolds, Director of Marketing Strategy As many of you know, tickets for...
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Removing late fees and fines (NPL)

  Kent Oliver is the Director of the Nashville Public Library (NPL). NPL has been using TLC’s CARL•X since July...
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The Road Ahead for Libraries in 2019

- John Chrastka is executive director of EveryLibrary [http://everylibrary.org], the first national political action committee for libraries, and is a...
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Getting Political to Save Libraries

Libraries and politics have been intertwined for decades.  Once the first tax-supported library opened in 18331, our funding, purchasing, and...
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Fundraising Your Makerspace

This post was originally posted on TLC SmartTech's blog. For more blog posts by SmartTech and for all of your...
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SSL/TLS Certificate Renewal

The use of web certificates to offer websites in HTTPS, such as Library•Solution web applications, is becoming the “norm” due to...
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Once Again it is Banned Books Week

Once again it is “Banned Books Week”.  Once again libraries around the country grab the ALA Banned Books Kits from...
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