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  1. Dover officials seek help to transcribe historical recordsRead the original story

    Tuesday |

    Thanks to the success of some local hockey teams - the River Drivers and the Mountaineers - the City That Trees Built is increasingly becoming better known under its alternative moniker:... Memo to job-seekers: You've probably got more of a chance walking dogs for a living than teaching kids in the coming decade's labor market.


  2. Take a look on Toronto's latest hi-tech library on wheelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    ... for the first time, it will be equipped with free Wi-Fi, large computer screens and tablets. "People come to our libraries quite frequently to do job searches, to research, so having that accessible through a bookmobile will be amazing, and just get ...


  3. Key updates announced for Destiny solutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | District Administration

    ... using this link . Follett is the largest provider of educational materials and technology solutions to PreK-12 libraries, classrooms, learning centers and school districts in the United States, and a major supplier to educational institutions ...


  4. District ready for next chapter of World Book DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Held on Thursday March 2 the national celebration will be marked by many schools, as well as Bradford's libraries. Last year thousands of children took part in the Roald Dahl themed event, and this year will mark its 20th anniversary.


  5. The OEC announces the 2017 winners of OER & Project Awards for Open EducationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | PR Log

    ... availability of openness in education. The 2017 award recipients are: IDEAS BOX, BibliothA ques Sans FrontiA res / Libraries Without Borders / France Alicanto Cloud Social Learning Platform, OPEN Pediatrics Boston Children's Hospital / United States ...


  6. Altium Vault 3.0 Harnesses PCB Design Data To Unlock Engineering InnovationRead the original story

    Tuesday | PRWeb

    Latest Release of Design Data Management Software Makes It Simple for Designers and Engineers to Store, Find, and Use Verified Libraries of PCB Components and Designs. Altium Vault 3.0 enables engineers to easily store, find, and use verified components and designs, reducing engineering change orders and ensuring that their designs can be manufactured.


  7. Citizen archive project receives awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Prince George Citizen

    Citizen publisher Colleen Sparrow and Prince George Public Library chief librarian Janet Marren hold The Jeanne Clarke Memorial Local History Award, which was presented to the Prince George Newspapers Digitization Project. - Brent Braaten, Photographer Citizen publisher Colleen Sparrow and Prince George Public Library chief librarian Janet Marren hold The Jeanne Clarke Memorial Local History Award, which was presented to the Prince George Newspapers Digitization Project.


  8. Head Start group takes trip to public libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Reporter

    Greenfield Head Start recently went on a field trip to the Hancock County Public Library. The whole day was bird-themed, with stories about birds read by children's librarians, and a bird craft made of toilet paper roll and feathers.


  9. History project targets millRead the original story

    Monday | Rocky Mount Telegram

    Local people are being encouraged to attend an event hosted by a group of University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill faulty members this weekend at Braswell Memorial Library to share recordings, memorabilia and stories relating to the history of the Rocky Mount Mills. The UNC Community Histories Workshop, which brings together faulty, students and staff with local partners to preserve and share community histories will be hosting a "History Harvest" from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at the library.


  10. BDK is finalist for state reading awardRead the original story

    Monday | Camden Chronicle Independent

    In 2012, Baron DeKalb Elementary received the state's Exemplary Writing Program Award. This year, the school is one of four finalists for a state award to recognize its Exemplary Reading Program.


  11. What will Norfolk County Council's 4.8pc council tax hike mean for you?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Evening News

    ... member of the public yelling: "You'll have blood on your hands." A UKIP amendment, to reverse a A 622,000 cut to libraries and A 420,000 cut to the fire service, both scheduled for 2018/19, was defeated by 41 votes to 38. But deputy leader Alison ...


  12. Lurline Tanner Exhibits Several Large Scale Paintings At Bruton Memorial LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Osprey Observer

    The February art exhibit at the Bruton Memorial Library in historic downtown Plant City is a fabulous collection of paintings created by long time Plant City resident, Lurline Tanner. The exhibit is available for viewing during the normal operating hours of the Bruton Memorial Library.


  13. Information Today: Legal Issues: What's Next for the U.S. Copyright OfficeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Computers in Libraries

    It was a battle between content producers and content owners. The law gave content publishers control and ownership over the works they published, including the right to decide what and what not to publish, leaving content creators with limited rights.


  14. Marketing Library Services: In the NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Computers in Libraries

    The LibraryAware Community Award recognizes an individual library or a whole system that has demonstrated its ability to make its community "aware" of what the library can do for it and has delivered on that promise. According to the nomination page at , one of the contest's goals is to "demonstrate why libraries deserve the resources necessary to deliver the services that result in healthier, more prosperous, and more engaged cities, towns, and villages."


  15. Tracking What's Next At CESRead the original story

    Jan 6, 2017 | LITA Blog

    ... Plasma TVs (2001), and the first big wave of smart home technologies (2014). Some of these had direct impacts on libraries, and others only in how our patrons live their lives. As the time from a technology's introduction to its adoption gets ...


  16. Crosslake City Council hears plans for dog parkRead the original story

    Monday | Northland Press

    At its regular meeting Monday, Feb. 13, the Crosslake City Council heard plans for a potential new dog park from parks, recreation and library director Jon Henke. Henke told the council that an area near the public works garage is being considered for the location of the new dog park.


  17. Media literacy program at Peterborough library in MarchRead the original story

    Monday | Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

    With a 24/7 news cycle, an ever-increasing number of digital platforms, as well as the speed with which the media landscape changes, individuals and communities are faced with the task of sorting through content and establishing reliable sources for information. How does one navigate these new challenges? What does it mean to be media literate today? The series will begin with the acknowledgment that misinformation has been with us throughout recorded history.


  18. The emerging librariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sun-Star

    ... March 14 - 17 at the Apo View Hotel, Bonifacio Street, Poblacion District, Davao City. Their theme, "The Emerging Libraries: Connect, Collaborate and Build Strong Communities," reflects just what the NLP imposes - to establish interdependence within ...


  19. Westlake Porter Library's 'Kids in the Kitchen' lets...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    But about a dozen 8- to 12-year-olds were at Westlake Porter Public Library for a special program, "Kids in the Kitchen." "Twelve is about the limit we can handle for the session," said Rebecca Shook, special needs resources librarian at Porter Library.


  20. Second Prosser school employee gets backlash for Facebook post on immigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KVEW-TV Kennewick

    Another Prosser school district employee is being criticized after she made some posts on her facebook page about illegal immigrants following Thursday's A Day Without Immigrants protests. Peggy Brown, a librarian at Prosser Heights Elementary School, is facing a lot of criticism after first supporting another Prosser teacher's post encouraging people to call Immigration and Customs Enforcement on undocumented immigrants, then posting that she loved having so many students missing that day.