1. Midland Centennial Library - Dewberry Film

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    from Maxwell Filmworks / Added

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    • Jackie Lesch-RCC-Librarian

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      from TONY RIZO / Added

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      A short video about one of my librarian friends Jackie Lesch and why she became a librarian.

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      • Librarian - Movie

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        A young librarian has issues socializing with students and co-workers in her workplace. However an unexpected event will reveal her secret. Directed by: Kathy Cruz

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        • India + Domino / Harbour Island

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          India Hicks and her six year old daughter, Domino, reading from Dick Bruna’s 1969 classic children’s book, Snuffy.

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          • What's My Task?

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            from Caity Selleck / Added

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            This ResearchReady video shows students how to identify their task and break down their assignment.

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            • A Day in the Life of a Librarian

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              February is "Love Your Library" Month. In celebration I had the opportunity to catch Mrs. Jennifer Roth in action today at Lincoln Elementary School, one of three elementary schools in GASD.

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              • Alia Penner / Los Angeles

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                L.A. artist Alia Penner reads from L. Frank Baum's "The Patchwork Girl of Oz" (1913).

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                • Tea for Two

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                  My student film, the pencil test got me graduated. Over the course of the next few years I cleaned everything up, painted backgrounds and got it colored.

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                  • The Librarian / El Bibliotecario

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                    from Facebook Stories / Added

                    The small Guatemalan village of San Juan La Laguna is only accessible by one lone road or by boat. While townspeople began using Facebook on feature phones a few years ago, there are only a few Internet cafes in town, and they charge, so the village’s sole library is the only place to log on to a desktop for free. There, librarian Yisrael Quic uses Facebook to inspire digital literacy and the preservation of the Mayan language. Using a Facebook Page, and most recently, a Facebook Group dedicated to communicating in the local Mayan language, Yisrael is fighting to bring one of the most valuable parts of his community’s history into its future. This is one of 10 stories celebrating Facebook's 10th anniversary and a decade of connections made possible through the platform. See the rest at http://facebookstories.com/10 Credits: Presented by Facebook Stories Agency: Rain Executive Producer: Brian Edelman Executive Creative Director: Will Hall Agency Producer: Rebecca Wenner Agency Producer: Timothy Whitney Directed by: Landon Van Soest Field Producer: Marina Fernandez Ferri Line Producer: Joaquin Ruano Director of Photography: Zak Mulligan Camera Assistant: James Madrid Field Sound Operator: Gary Avendaño Editors: Bryan Chang, Landon Van Soest Assistant Editor: Pilar Rico Original Music: T. Griffin Colorist: Begonia Colomar

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                    • Nerd Nite SF: “Where’d the Card Catalog Go? Today’s Ass-Kicking Libraries and Librarians” by Sarah Houghton, 12/18/13

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                      Contrary to the pundits’ predictions of their demise, libraries are now more vital to the knowledge economy than ever. They have 3D printers, home brewing and butchering classes, battles of the bands, downloadable books and magazines, torrent tutorials, and some of the world’s strongest information privacy systems and policies. And what about the librarians? You’ll find a scary-smart group of tech-nerd radicals dedicated to fighting government surveillance, campaigning against digital rights management, and above all protecting your freedom to access the information you want. As the library of yesteryear fades away, what is emerging in its place? Sarah Houghton is the director for the San Rafael Public Library. She’s blogged and consulted about technology and the future of libraries for ten years as the Librarian in Black. You can find out more at http://librarianinblack.net.

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