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The alert we received on Monday warned us not to tip off Sanislo Elementary librarian Craig Seasholes that CenturyLink rep Sue Anderson would be visiting the school with a surprise for him - a big $5,000 check as part of the CL/Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Teachers & Technology grant program .
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For the first time, the Cobb County School District is partnering with the Cobb Public Library System to create a "unified" summer reading experience for students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
It's the sort of thud made in the 1980s by doomed reports promising a "paperless office". Anyone who remembers that much-mocked slogan might well shrug off this latest idea as overheated punditry.
This summer, Memorial Hall Library is creating a Makerspace, which in a nut shell is a "collaborative learning environments where people come together to share materials and learn new skills." Called the Beehive for Community Creativity and Gathering, this "Makerspace" will feature several events at the library each month for adults to learn, ... (more)
A former administrator with the Detroit Public Library has been charged by the U.S. Attorney's Office on accusations he took more than $1.4 million in bribes and kickbacks from two contractors.
The former chief administrative and technology officer of the Detroit Public Library has been charged with taking more than $1.4 million in bribes and kickbacks from contracts of the library.
Compared to recent years in which Knox County Schools Superintendent Jim McIntyre has taken his pitch straight to the public, Monday's conversation on school funding with county commissioners was tame.
While most small presses sell all their books freely and happily to libraries, the "Big Five" publishers continue to be terrified by the idea of letting public libraries have their e-books, and to punish libraries for even trying to get their e-books to customers.
Brian Griffin will talk about his new book The Black Kingdom - an autobiography of his life growing up in the Black Country at the library in St James's Road on Thursday May 23.
Summer reading is almost here! In-person and online registration begins on Tuesday, May 28, 2013, at 10 a.m. at the Loma Colorado Main Library, and at noon at the Esther Bone Memorial Library.
Jefferson County spends more than that every year on reference materials, according to Sheriff's Department Lt.
The Dollar General Literacy program announced the awards of $2,000 to Ida Public Library in Belvidere and $1,000 to Polo Public Library District in Polo.
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Take a look at some of the best in photographs sent to the Suburban News during the week of May 13-17, 2013.
Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit 21, in partnership with local school districts, recently launched a platform that will allow students to access eBooks on their computers and mobile devices.
Retiring Davis & Elkins College President G.T. "Buck" Smith got up close and personal with the 2013 graduates at the school's 104th annual commencement ceremonies Saturday.