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The Gordian Knot

The list of volunteers libraries grows almost daily with perhaps Herefordshire providing the most extreme example, proposing that all but one library should be run by community groups. 857 more words


Libraries struggling to stay above water

This week I have heard that a neighboring county here in Mississippi is going to have to shut the doors on one of its branches… 439 more words

Thursday Night Law School: Immigration

Trying to navigate the information available on the Canadian Government website can be overwhelming. When it comes to immigration, you want to be sure you have a very clear understanding of what you’re doing in order to make the process as smooth as possible. 165 more words

Public Libraries

Library Card Sign-Up Month

If you haven’t already done so, today is the last day to celebrate Library Card Sign-Up Month and take advantage of all of the wonderful resources available from your school and public libraries. 166 more words

News & Events

Showing off our Bots & Books Robots at the Temple Public Library

On Friday, September 25th I spent the day at the Temple Public Library in Temple, TX for the Connecting Texas Libraries Statewide Membership Meeting. Our afternoon workshop was a Technology Petting Zoo where we showcased some of the latest gadgets being used in libraries. 80 more words

Public Libraries

Three reasons to read banned books

September 27-October 3 is Banned Books Week, a week when librarians, teachers, booksellers, and other readers celebrate those books that have been banned or challenged over the years. 347 more words