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Powered libraries transform Texas
Powered libraries transform Texas
The Texas Library Association (TLA) Public Relations and Marketing Committee has something big in the works, and we’re excited to share a sneak peek. This year we’re working on a new public awareness campaign: Libraries Transform Texas. Sound familiar?...
ALA, library community work to support Hurricane Florence recovery efforts
ALA, library community work to support Hurricane Florence recovery efforts
The American Library Association (ALA) and its chapters in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia are working to assist libraries affected by Hurricane Florence. Support efforts will involve most Atlantic Seaboard libraries in serving as a lifeli...
Love them or hate them, classroom libraries can provide partnership opportunities
Love them or hate them, classroom libraries can provide partnership opportunities
When Mary Ann Cappiello was starting out as a teacher at East Side Community High School in New York City during the mid-1990s, one of her first tasks was to build a classroom library. She drew on her own tastes and interests: novels by Judy Blume, Rob...
The opioid crisis and administering narcan in libraries
The opioid crisis and administering narcan in libraries
When the general public think of public libraries, they typically think of them as a place to check out books, access Wi-Fi, use public computers, or study for an upcoming exam. Most people employed outside of public libraries innocently, but naively, ...