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Google Creates a Digital Archive of World Fashion

Want to learn more about why you have certain items in your closet, or do you feel a desire to know more about the history of ripped jeans? Then this project is for you.

Google Arts & Culture
​announces the
We wear culture" project. Promising to tell "the stories behind what we wear," the project "travelled to over 40 countries, collaborating with more than 180 cultural institutions and their world-renowned historians and curators to bring their textile and fashion collections to life." Covering 3,000 years of history, "We wear culture" uses video, historical images, short quotes and blurbs, and fashion photography to create a series of online gallery exhibits



5 Tips for New School Librarians (and those who aren't so new)

​Classroom 2.0 Live archived Webinar​

Lots of resources here for new and continuing TLs. Listen to this archived webinar via Blackboard/Collaborate or watch the Youtube version. (Originally offered on 
Saturday June 10, 2017
Whether you are a new school librarian getting a jump start on your new adventure or have been a school librarian for a few years (or more) and need a boost to restore that "new librarian smell" this is the webinar for you!  Join Nikki D Robertson as she shares 5 Tips for New School Librarians (and those who aren't so new) based on her personal insight developed through 25 years as an educator and school librarian. Additionally, Nikki will share her very personal story of struggling with burnout and how she reignited her passion and found her purpose in the school library.