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Social Librarian


I am a social librarian! Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? Actually, it isn’t. The following infographic was created by Elsevier and librarian Joe Murphy in recognition of how “the social librarian is enmeshed in the fabric of the Internet … Continue reading

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Classification of Book Lovers


Time for another infographic! I believe that I can be classified as a Reader –> Book Lover –> Compulsive –> Immersive Reader / Library Lover. What about you? What type of reader are you? Do you agree with these classifications? … Continue reading

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Putting Down that Book


Have you put any of these books down? They may be popular, but not everyone likes them. Sometimes a book may be so over-hyped that my expectations build way up. It’s hard for a book to actually meet expectations then. … Continue reading

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RA for Hipsters


Have you read something before it was even popular? You might be a hipster, or at least may find some new books to enjoy on this infographic.

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United States Infographic


This infographic comes, appropriately enough, from the blog “Epic Reads.” I think it’s appropriate because this graphic is epic. Epic Reads is a Harper Collins publisher blog. The graphic was created by blogger EpicGirl who did so by compiling reader … Continue reading

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Top Ten Infographic


The following infographic was created by a graphic artist named Jared Fanning from data drawn from squidoo.com/mostreadbooks. The list was compiled by freelance writer James Chapman. It claims to show the top ten most popular books that have been printed … Continue reading

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Research Skills as a Game


Here is another awesome infographic related to libraries and the work we do. This image was created by the Kentucky Virtual Library. It is aimed at school age children, but is equally appropriate for anyone, regardless of age, required to … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Librarian


I like the description of right brain vs. left brain activities interesting and accurate. The breakdown of ages and gender is also interesting. I love info graphics! It marries my right and left brain activity together.

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