How to improve our cities' public libraries' navigability/usability

How to improve our cities' public libraries' navigability/usability

Next time you visit our Cambridge Public Library Children's and Young Adults Department, see if you can spot a person in character from a Lemony Snicket book at our Cambridge Public Library Children's and Young Adults' Department imitating a library bureaucrat !

What has happened at our Boston Public Library Music Department?... the Music Curator hasn't appeared lately!

See if you can spot the Cambridge Public Library Circulation Desk people with great expertise on the cinema selections. They have great library video recommendations for viewing at home.

What can be done to make our reading rooms at many of our cities' public libraries less problematical, more user friendly, more welcoming?...
How can the technology be implemented better and make it ever more easy for people avoiding reading rooms at our cities' public libraries?...

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Ironically, public librarians censor when the information involves their own cities' public libraries. Boston Public Library annual departmental curatorial reports to the BPL President and Board are censored from public view contrary to FOI freedom of information public records principles, sunshine open public meeting principles and intellectual freedom principles!
What can be done to get our Boston Public Library to advocate for a Mayoral Directive and advocate for a Boston City Council Order for the more routine transmittal of current municipal documents to our public library Government Documents Department?... Current Boston municipal documents need to be a more robust BPL Government Documents Department collection!

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