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  1. Boopsie Launches International Growth Initiative with Announcement of iGroup PartnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PRWeb

    Boopsie partners with the worlds largest reseller of digital services to libraries to bring its library-branded platform to academic libraries in Asia. This partnership strengthens Boopsie's commitment to empowering libraries worldwide to deliver more services to their communities, and creates strong local ties with libraries in Asia.


  2. From A to Z, one card now covers three Fairfield librariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Fairfield Citizen-News

    The town has launched "One Card One Town," a new initiative that allows complete access to both the municipal libraries and the Pequot Library. Photo: Contributed Photo The town has launched "One Card One Town," a new initiative that allows complete access to both the municipal libraries and the Pequot Library.


  3. Thanks at the end of an eraRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sheffield Telegraph

    Customers visited Woodhouse Library last week to say goodbye to Sarah Briggs and Tracey Higginbottom, presenting them with cards, gifts and refreshments. Tracy had worked as a librarian for 24 years, 14 of them at Woodhouse, and Sarah for 12 years at Woodhouse - and both will now be based at other libraries.


  4. Book worm Ben takes the prizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ludlow Advertiser

    ... Castle Library. "Ben took me up on this challenge and completed six challenges in six weeks at six Shropshire Libraries, travelling as far as Much Wenlock in his quest," said Tara Lweis, acting branch manager at Bishops Castle Library. "To ...


  5. The Password DilemmaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | LITA Blog

    One-on-one technology help is one of the greatest services offered by the modern public library. Our ability to provide free assistance without an underlying agenda to sell a product puts us in a unique and valuable position in our communities.


  6. Professors argue for academic boycott of IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The McGill Daily

    On September 25, the McGill chapter of Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights hosted an informal panel discussion with three academics from the Institute of Islamic Studies - Associate Professor Michelle Hartman, Assistant Professor Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim, and Associate Professor Rula Abisaab - and the head librarian of the Islamic Studies Library, AnaA s Salamon. The event - the group's first after being inactive for a few years - was centred on the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement and also served to introduce students to SPHR and its activities on campus.


  7. Those Dangerous Public LibrariesRead the original story

    Monday | Library Journal

    ... on the second amendment, I'll approve the comment if you can prove you're a Constitutional lawyer. Guns and libraries are in the news again. A few years ago it was Michigan, if I remember correctly. Now it's Colorado, where the local gun nuts, I ...


  8. Former Governor Tom Kean to Speak at Drew on Nov. 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    Former New Jersey Governor Tom Kean, who donated many of his papers and speeches to Drew University, will answer questions about his career at an upcoming talk at the United Methodist Archive and History Center on the Drew campus on Nov. 4. After serving as Governor from 1982 to 1990, Kean was the president of Drew. He is the subject of a talk by doctoral student David Reagles, who hopes to bring the former governor's historical papers to life during a talk titled "A Day in the Life of Governor Kean."


  9. How many schools have libraries?Read the original story

    Monday | Stabroek News

    ... schools in Guyana have an active library with a librarian attached. Does the Ministry of Education have a School Libraries Division? Is it properly staffed if it exists? Does it receive an adequate allocation to cater for technical services to ...


  10. National recognition for library serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daventry Express

    A project offering start-up business support in libraries including those in the Daventry district has been honoured with a prestigious national award. Launched in 2012, the Enterprise Hubs are run by Northamptonshire County Council in partnership with Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership .


  11. EXCHANGE: Library's card catalogs hold seedsRead the original story

    Monday | KSL-TV

    Advancing technology has virtually eliminated the need for card catalogs and left libraries wondering what to do with their once widely used filing systems. For some, including Normal Public Library, card catalogs have found a new purpose: They now hold packets of vegetable, fruit and flower seeds available free of charge to patrons.


  12. Community CalendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | HeraldNet

    ... Club, 1500 52nd St. SE, Everett. Reservations required. More info: or 425-422-6157. Sno-Isle Libraries: The Board of Trustees meets next at 5 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Library District's Service Center, 7312 35th Ave. NE, ...


  13. DynamicPDF Core Suite for .NET Releases v8.0 and Packages Generator...Read the original story

    Monday | Hispanic Business

    ... since 1997. Their DynamicPDF product line has proven their commitment to delivering powerful yet easy to use libraries and their ability to respond to the changing needs of software developers. ceTe Software is located in , USA and their website is ...


  14. Scottsdale Civic Center LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2012 | Phoenix New Times

    If you've checked out the colorful kid-catered installation that is Camp Dreamtree, you know one thing about the Scottsdale Civic Center Library: their gallery is anything but by the book.... "I was too creeped out by people to go to camp as a child," says Wendy Raisanen, curator of exhibitions and collections for Scottsdale Public Art. "But if I'd had a camp like Camp Dreamtree,... Local literature lovers are lucky that some excellent public libraries and two of the nation's best bookstores also call the Valley home.


  15. Indigo Bridge Books events calendar for Banned Books Week 2010Read the original story

    Sep 21, 2010 |

    ... will be Christy Hargesheimer (board member for Amnesty International Nebraska) Pat Leach (director of Lincoln City Libraries) and Amy Miller (Legal Director for Nebraska ACLU). A question and answer session will follow. Thursday, September 30, 6:00 ...


  16. School bans The Fault in Our StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Age

    ... as the similarly afflicted young man with whom she falls in love, disappeared from the shelves of middle school libraries in Riverside Unified School District in California last week after its "book reconsideration committee" voted 6-1 to remove it. ...


  17. Olin Library printers cause problems for students, staffRead the original story

    Sunday | Student Life

    As anyone hoping to print a paper between classes has probably noticed, the Olin Library printer kiosks have had difficulties with network issues this semester, leading to login, payment and printing problems for Washington University community members. As a central location on campus, Olin has multiple printers per floor and is busier than the other libraries combined, increasing the problems' impact.


  18. NJHF awards grant to help launch drug discovery facility at Rutgers UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Medical News

    ... associate vice president, Office of Translational Sciences. "By making both the fragment and the FDA-approved drug libraries available to faculty institution-wide, NJHF has become a catalyst for drug discovery and development research here at ...


  19. Books From Birth visits Columbia on statewide tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Columbia Daily Herald

    ... their children at , or fill out a paper copy of the enrollment form at local libraries throughout the state. Comments posted below are from readers. In no way do they represent the view of Stephens Media LLC or ...


  20. Bonham honors retiring librarian Barbara McCutcheonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | North Texas e-News

    Those words by Bonham Mayor Roy Floyd summed up the feelings of the crowd that filled Bonham Public Library September 26 for a retirement reception honoring head librarian Barbara McCutcheon. "It has sure been a pleasure to work with you," said Bonham City Manager Bill Shipp.