Spring 2012, v. 62, no. 1

Welcome to the Spring 2012 issue of The Idaho Librarian! We feel that the new platform on WordPress is working well in presenting the Idaho Library Association’s journal publication. Please enjoy the articles and feel free to comment or share using WP’s features.


Spring 2012, v. 62, no. 1

Editor’s Note

Something for Everyone, Everywhere

Peer Review

The Horror, the Horror: Graduate Student Information Seeking and Horror in Academia Bibliography by Lizzy Walker

Featured Articles

Getting Bombed in Boise: Yarn Bombing and Libraries by Ruth Patterson Funabiki

Library Advocacy – An Annotated Bibliography by Cheryl Hoover

Basques in the American West: An Annotated Bibliography by Sonja Humphries

The USA PATRIOT Act by Teresa Lucas

Tech Talk

Technology and Teens: A Winning Combination by Erica Compton and Sue Walker

Using Google Apps to Teach an Online Course by Memo Cordova

Teacher Technology Grant a Boon for School Library by Becky Proctor

New York Public Library’s Biblion App: A Review by Lizzy Walker

Field Notes

Idaho Legislative Committee by Becca Stroebel Kabasa and Audra Green

The University Authors Recognition Reception at Boise State University: A Celebration of Scholarship by Julia Stringfellow and Michelle Armstrong

ALA Resolutions:  Why do they do that? by Gina Persichini


Opportunity of a Lifetime: ALA Emerging Leaders Program by Kristi Brumley

2011 Boise Public Library Community Survey submitted by Joanne Hinkel

Everywhere You Want to Be by Kathryn Poulter


Working the Land: The Stories of Ranch and Farm Women in the Modern American West [Review] reviewed by Laura Abbott

The Girls of No Return [Review] reviewed by Sue B. Bello

Body of a Dancer [Review] reviewed by Ellie Dworak

ALA Guide to Economics & Business Reference [Review] reviewed by Melissa Gains

Destination Idaho [Review] reviewed by Spencer Jardine

Cecil Andrus: Idaho’s Greatest Governor: A Reminiscence [Review] reviewed  by Becca Stroebel Kabasa

A Year of Programs for Teens 2 [Review] reviewed by Gena Marker

Small Business and the Public Library:  Strategies for a Successful Partnership [Review] reviewed by Jill Mitchell

How the Mistakes Were Made [Review] reviewed by Heidi Naylor

Embattled Ecumenism: The National Council of Churches, the Vietnam War, and the Trials of the Protestant Left [Review] reviewed by Kent Randell

Writing and Publishing: The Librarian’s Handbook [Review] reviewed by Lizzy Walker

Articles prior to Fall 2011 are archived HERE.

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