Higgins, author of the latest book in the PLA Quick Reads series, shares wisdom gleaned from his years of experience providing library service to incarcerated persons; provides a thoughtful perspective on the American criminal justice system and shows how to provide the absolute best service to this group and the families they have left behind.Librarian Kyra Hahn shares her experiences navigating the intense bureaucracy of the Federal Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) program and provides tips, advice, and explanations that can make the process easier for applicants.
But then there are the goddess’s @Tiffany Haddish or @Sofia Vergara So many fabulous actresses to choose from that will make Samantha their own!
https://t.co/ZYRRBWh6QD— Kim Cattrall (@Kim Cattrall) January 19, 2018 character Charlotte York -- told ET that she was still hopeful for a third movie, Parker -- who played Carrie Bradshaw in the beloved TV show-turned-movies -- is adamant that the franchise is over. I struggle with it because it's a bit sad, but I think one must keep these things in perspective," the 52-year-old actress told ET at the 2018 Golden Globes when asked what it would take to make a without Cattrall.
She is a co-editor of the Graphic Medicine book series at Penn State Press, which publishes long form graphic narratives, graphic narratives for classroom use, and scholarly studies of works of graphic medicine.
Ellen Forney is the author of the New York Times bestseller “Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me,” a graphic memoir about her bipolar disorder.
Here we discuss an initiative she spearheaded at the Free Library, a Teen Social Justice Symposium. Fisher, author of the latest book in PLA’s ‘Quick Reads’ Series “Building and Operating a Digital Media Lab,” about planning your media lab–including creating a vision, selling the concept, budgets, staffing, programming, and more.
Resources For This Podcast: The Fountaindale Public Library’s Studio 300 Quick Reads for Busy Librarians Store […] PLA Deputy Executive Director Larra Clark talks with John B.
His new book, “The Night She Became Miss America” was released in April, 2017.
PLA’s Project Outcome (PO) is a free online toolkit consisting of surveys, a survey portal, and an interactive data dashboard that helps librarians measure the outcomes of their programs and services.
We talk with John Spears, Director of the Pikes Peak (Colorado) Public Library about challenges and opportunities in serving homeless patrons at the public library, educating the public, tensions in the community, efforts to expand initiatives, and more.
In this podcast, we discuss Graphic Medicine, which can be defined as the use of comics (graphic narratives) in health sciences education and patient care. Susan Squier is Professor Emerita of English and Women’s Studies at Penn State University, where she taught graphic narratives (comics! She is now Visiting Fellow at the Freie Universität, Berlin (the Free University, that is) where she is part of a collaboration called the Patho Graphics project, a study of the relations between illness narratives (also called pathographies) and comics about medicine, illness, disability and caregiving.
In the latest episode of PLA’s FYI Podcast, we talk with Erin Hoopes.