Monthly Archives: January 2021

Authoring and “Rooting” to the Core of Our Being

Authors. ARCS. Building Worlds. None of these truly came to light or really hit home in importance to me in college. The biggest breakthrough was when I had taken a World Literature course – Dr. DiMarco, Slippery Rock University, and … Continue reading

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The Resurrected Word or “Hide Your Wife, Hide Your Kids, Hide Your Mangoes”

Often, the now fluent word combination, Open Mic, seems pretty easy to fling around and causally refer to. This is not the way it used to be – and if you are lucky, you are still able to find the … Continue reading

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“It has the potential to be the heartbeat of the school.”

On December 28th, 2020, this question was posed in the Future Ready Librarians forum on Facebook: “I’ve see a lot of various comments that have had me thinking and was wondering where people stand on these questions—1. How important do … Continue reading

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