I'm one grad school class down, with 11 left to go. Class readings, discussions, and papers don't leave a lot of time for reading (or writing) for pleasure, which is a bit ironic, but at least homework assignments are interesting. Here are a few resources that I found were pretty legit substitutes for my typical reading:
I definitely had Library Anxiety my freshman year of college.
This is a lengthy survey, but I enjoyed reading the descriptions of different types of library users.
I learned a lot about teen services by reading about what goes into creating it from scratch.
Who knew? Full-time school librarians boost student achievement. (Librarians, that's who.)
Advocacy matters. All librarians have a responsibility to tell the story of what libraries do.
Especially in times of cuts to funding almost everywhere, what libraries do is important to our most vulnerable citizens.