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  • Our world is officially rocked: Are we prepared for patrons in crisis? 

    Lanier, Amy (Texas Library Association, 2022)
    The pandemic persists, and society is worn out. Optimists claim we’re on the mend, but restoration still eludes a depleted and depressed public who are trying desperately to put their lives back together. Now, more than ...
  • School libraries without walls: Preserving the library's sense of place 

    Lanier, Amy (Texas Library Association, 2020)
    LIBRARIES AS PHYSICAL SPACES HAVE LONG BEEN THE OBJECT OF FASCINATION, REVERENCE, AFFECTION, AND EVEN OBSESSION, so it’s a curious thing to see so many of the old standards are fading away. Trending now is a new ...
  • Gist-reasoning in adults with traumatic brain injury 

    Vas, Asha; Chapman, Sandra B. (International Brain Injury Association, 2012)
    One remarkable capacity of the human brain is its adeptness in extracting ‘gist’ from information that we encounter everyday (Bartlett, 1932, Chapman, Sparks, Levin et al., 2004; Reyna & Brainerd, 1995). Researchers refer ...
  • The good, the bad, and the ugly life of educational administration 

    Trujillo-Jenks, Laura (Texas Council of Women School Executives, 2014)
    Like almost anything in life, there are the good, the bad, and the ugly times. In educational administration. the good. the bad. and the ugly will look differently to each person, and those differences will make an ...
  • The chameleon identity 

    Trujillo-Jenks, Laura (Texas Council of Women School Executives, 2013)
    Traditionally, men have dominated leadership positions in the field of education, particularly the positions of principal and superintendent. However, more women are occupying these positions successfully (Mendez-Morse. ...

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