Entries tagged with ‘libraries are for everyone’

Library Matters / Libraries Matter: Infrastructure Part One

During a recent instruction session for an FTS course, I asked students what they think of when they think of libraries. I do this in most of my introductory courses and responses are always interesting. Students mention the usual suspects, like books, study spaces, and access to computers. Some of them look forward to napping […]

Library Matters / Libraries Matter: Net Neutrality

Update: Net Neutrality is back in the news. Democrats in the US Senate just forced a vote on a resolution to reverse Chairman Ajit Pai’s change in internet regulations, a change that some internet service providers and all of the big telecomm corporations favored but a majority of citizens in both parties opposed. The bill […]

Show Me What Libraries Look Like

This is what libraries look like! (From Hafuboti)

Why Should I Care About Libraries?

Because they serve everyone! No exception. (from Hafuboti)

Why Do Libraries Matter?

Because they’re for everyone! (from Hafuboti)

Who is Welcome at the Library?

Everyone! (from Hafuboti)

Do I Belong at the Library?

Yes! Everyone belongs at the library. (from Hafuboti)

Who Can Use Libraries?

Everyone can use libraries! (from Hafuboti)

This is a Library

┬áLibraries are open to everyone, no matter your beliefs, convictions, thoughts, attitudes or shoe size. Libraries are places of discovery, where you can explore facts and opinions, read the latest scholarship on a given topic, or find a new favorite book. At a library, you can delve into research conversations about pretty much any topic. […]

The #DayofFacts is here!

Today, the Gustavus Library is participating in the Day of Facts campaign, joining libraries, museums, archives and other institutions to remind the public that facts matter. Read more about our reasons for participating in the campaign. And follow along! Use the #DayofFacts hashtag. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Learn more about the facts […]