Monthly Archive for October, 2013

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New York Public Library’s Top Children’s Books

The children’s librarians at The New York Public Library have made a list of 100 Great Children’s Books – Great stories never grow old.  These 100 inspiring tales have thrilled generations of children and their parents—and are still flying off the library’s our shelves. So use this list and your […]

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U.S. Teen Read Week

Teen Read Week 2013 is less than two weeks away, beginning October 13th and going through October 19th. With the theme, “Seek the Unknown” be sure to register on the TRW Ning, order browse the YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association of ALA) Pinterest page for programming and display ideas. […]

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International Information Literacy Month

In October 2009, President Obama issued a proclamation recognizing the critical importance of information literacy and declared October as Information Literacy Awareness Month. One of the ways to celebrate this event is to improve your own information skills. This academic year all first-year students are reading the book Justice: What’s […]

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Digital Learning Day

The Alliance for Excellent Education is planning a high-profile national Digital Learning Day celebration on February 5, 2014 in Washington, DC. The day-long series of activities is the hottest ticket in town; it’s jam-packed with high-profile dignitaries, policymakers, and educational leaders who are passionate about the potential for digital learning […]

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