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Continuously updated hubs of award-winning features, news coverage, and resources, designed to help library professionals run top-notch libraries.

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SLJTV is the premiere digital hub for dynamic video content from our popular live events and interviews with top influencers in the children’s literature community.

Extending SLJ’s award-winning coverage, SLJTV also provides viewers with an inside look into trending topics, news from the field, and an inside peek into what we are currently working on.

A hallmark of SLJ, our reviews are complemented on SLJTV with insight from our editors on everything from hot topics in children’s lit to the latest in technology and important trends in education and learning

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School Library Journal’s go-to resource for library advocates and school library supporters.

The Advocate’s Toolbox eases the work of those trying to make the case that school libraries provide numerous critical functions with a high ROI.

It does this by gathering current, relevant, targeted research, background information, industry initiatives, and real-life examples—along with a liberal dose of inspiration.

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Advocates Toolbox

Tech.libraryjournal.com is a new digital destination for librarians seeking participatory, experiential, hands-on technology ideas for their libraries. Focusing on current trends, this new site curates recent articles, news stories, and columns from LJ and SLJ that cover Maker spaces, coding, STEM education, consumer technology, and more.

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Webcasts

Our popular webcasts bring together librarian thought leaders and industry experts along with our experienced staff and leading vendors to offer forward-thinking conversations, presentations, and interactive platforms on a variety of pressing library topics.

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Online Courses

Library Journal and School Library Journal’s intensive, interactive multi-session, online courses help library staff at all levels learn essential skills, solve problems unique to their libraries, and put strategic plans into action.

Upcoming:

Mission Possible: Empower Your Community with Coding | October 31 – November 21, 2017

Diversity and Cultural Competency Training: Collections & RA | November 2 – 16, 2017

Demystifying Design Thinking: Practical Applications for Your Library | December 4 – 11, 2017

Virtual Conferences

We bring the energy of a national library conference right to our readers desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile device. Our dynamic, day-long virtual conferences bring together thousands of library professionals from around the globe to focus on challenges and opportunities facing libraries and their communities in a dynamic, networking-friendly environment.

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TechKnowledge

Presented annually by Library Journal, and School Library Journal, this day-long virtual conference formerly known as The Digital Shift focuses on the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital transition’s impact on libraries and their communities. Each year, a roster of expert speakers and panelists present innovative ideas and tools for and from libraries of all types – school, academic, and public.

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SLJTeen Live!

Presented annually by School Library Journal, this popular, day-long virtual conference presents the biggest upcoming YA books and authors, and provides expert advice on building successful teen programs to the professionals that need it most.

Blog Network

Our blogs cover a wide array of topics including book reviews, author interviews, awards coverage and predictions, 21st century learning and teaching, and much more. All from trusted and outspoken members of the library community including veteran school and public librarians and editors from Library Journal, School Library Journal, and The Horn Book.

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Podcasts

The Yarn

7 Things You Should Know About The Yarn

  1. The Yarn debuted in August 2015.
  2. It’s about children’s literature.
  3. It’s produced by Travis Jonker, an elementary school librarian, and Colby Sharp, an elementary school teacher.
  4. Travis calls it a podcast, Colby calls it an audio show. They both mean the same thing.
  5. All interviews for The Yarn are conducted in person.
  6. One definition of “yarn” is “A narrative of adventures” – Travis and Colby like how that sounds.
  7. It was all Colby’s idea.

The Horn Book Podcast

The Horn Book‘s own Siân Gaetano and Roger Sutton embark on important, exciting, and fun conversations in the field of childrens’ and young adult literature, and even start some of their own. Every episode is posted on hbook.com as well as iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud.

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