Julie Strange (aka The Strange Librarian) has some great ideas for using inexpensive digital photo frames at your library:
Here's an idea from MaryAnne Marjamaa on how to de-odorize library materials that have been around smokers:
An "elevator pitch" is a quick, concise summary of what your organization does, so named because it should last no longer than the average elevator ride.
Now that spring has arrived in Wisconsin, you might consider offering some programs at your library on gardening. You can find inspiration from the How Does Your Garden Programming Grow? post at the Programming Librarian blog. Here's a sample of ideas you can find there:
The Public Library Association (PLA) national conference was held in Portland, Oregon March 23 - 27, 2010. If you didn't attend, you can still get great info from the articles and blog posts from the editors of Library Journal and School Library Journal.
Preservation Assistance Grants of up to $6000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities help small and mid-sized institutions — like libraries, town & county records offices, and historical societies — improve their ability to preserve and care for their humanities collections. These may include books, photographs, and digital materials.