How do you pick your next read? Cromaine staff share their own strategies for tracking reading, managing to-be-read lists, and selecting what to read next. We discuss Goodreads, Google Docs, and Google Keep as tracking tools. Suggestions for picking a book include following your mood, working your way through physical piles, using recommendations from friends, book lists, journals, asking questions, creating a tub of titles, reading chronologically and using Novelist. Every reader is different and it might take some experimentation to find what works for you!
The stories that follow are a result of some staff training we did at our May 2019 Staff in-service. The general theme for these stories is: "You are why I come to work." You'll here stories from Ceci • Meagan • Grace • Wendy • Glenn • Stefanie • Bekah • Maeve • Janice
Sometimes, the path to citizenship takes a different route (through Academia). As part of the American Creed series of events at Hartland's Cromaine Library, we asked Dr. Yener Kandogan, Associate Dean of the University of Michigan-Flint's School of Management, about the experience of immigrating to the U.S.A. from Turkey.
As part of the American Creed series of events at Hartland's Cromaine Library, we are asking patrons to tell their citizenship stories. In today's episode we have Canadian born Barbara Rentola, long-time Cromaine staff member and Hartland resident. Join us tonight at 7:00 pm for a Screening and Discussion of the film American Creed at Cromaine Library!
The path to citizenship is not an easy one to take. As part of the American Creed series of events at Hartland's Cromaine Library, we ask one of our patrons about her experience of immigrating to the U.S.A. and what citizenship means to her.