Summer in New York often has its own language — and weekend getaways their own designations: “Going down the Shore” is shorthand to that trip down the Garden State Parkway to Asbury and beyond. A stay at the Hamptons” is sometimes just more humbly stated as a few days “out on […]
Let your inner Geek rein this July 13th… It’s officially Embrace Your Geekness Day…
So consider embarking on one of these Geeky Adventures….
Escape Rooms —
We’ve hosted a few! & check out my colleague Ellyssa’s guide..available @ NYLI!
Cosplay… not just for Comic Con… but for Library Geeks as well!
Costume Play…. Libraries aren’t just for […]
We’ve got bookmarks! We’ve designed five colorful Alexander Hamilton-themed bookmarks for your summer reading. Collect all five!
One of NYLI’s new bookmarks
SLA Speed Networking Event, held the first day of Summer, allowed attendees to explore the many career options of librarianship — public, membership , government, law firm, academic, and art archives were all represented…..
But just what is Speed Networking anyway?
Modeled after speed dating, it’s a structured process that allows introductions and career […]
NYLI will close early, at 2:00 on Friday June 30th and be closed on Monday July 3rd and Tuesday July 4th in observance of Independence Day. We will re-open on Wednesday, July 5th at 9 am.
Happy 4th of July!!!
Juneteenth was made a Federal Holiday when President Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act in 2021 — but it has been a longstanding tradition, first celebrated by the African-American community in Texas in 1866. It was established as a Texas State Holiday in 1980.What is Juneteenth?Slavery’s end […]
NYLI will be closed on Monday, June 19th, 2023 in celebration of Juneteenth.
Whether starting your career or just ready for a change, SLA’s Speed Career Event may be the best way to quickly find out about the various fields of librarianship….
Rotating 10-minute Q & A with leading librarians allow attendees to learn more about what it’s like to work in public, law firm, academic, government, advertising, […]
Chances are, you may be going to a Graduation Party in June! And, like just about every human endeavor, there are dedicated laws & regs regarding Education Law…..
For Federal Regs — Check out Title 34 subtitle B of the CFR –For Department of Education Guidance… check out their website…& don’t forget to […]
Congratulations to the new LLAGNY Board Members
Congratulations to the New Board Members elected in 2023 –
Christine Bowersox – VP/President Elect Secretary Dahlia Davila 2 year Board Members – Brian Nolan & Sarah Kagen 1 year Board member – Jim Currie
Newly elected members will be joining the current board — Kathleen Darvil, President; Pauline Webster, Immediate Past […]