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February 2010
Volume 2, Issue 2

Check Your Calendars!!

One Book South Dakota 2010

SD Public Library Survey
February 1- March 31, 2010

Read Across America Day
March 2, 2010

Teen Tech Week
March 7-13, 2010

Prairie Bud & Prairie Pasque
Voting Deadline: March 15

PLA National Conference
March 23-27, 2010

School Library Media Month 2010
Communities Thrive @ your library
April 1-30, 2010

SD School Library Survey
April 1 - May 31, 2010

National Library Week
Communities Thrive @ your library
April 11-17, 2010

National Library Workers Day
April 13, 2010


Featured e-Resources of the Month
Let Gale Virtual Reference Library answer tough questions.

Continuing Education Alert
Highlighting February Online Learning Opportunities


In this month's issue

New Public Library Survey opens Feb. 1
The 2009 Public Library Survey, formerly known as the “annual report,” will be released on Feb.1.

February Continuing Education Opportunities
Beginning with this issue, the monthly continuing education opportunities will be published as part of the newsletter.

Accepting the Keppler Award is Assistant State Librarian, Development Services Daria Bossman with Patricia “Patty” O’Shea, Library Programs Manager, Education & Related Statistics Branch, U.S. Census Bureau; Governments Division (right).South Dakota receives accolades for 2008 Public Libraries Survey
South Dakota was one of 45 states that received the Keppel Award for submitting prompt, complete and high-quality public library data for FY 2008.

Children's & YA Services

Featured eResources of the Month
Let Gale Virtual Reference Library answer tough questions

Grant Opportunities

Sara Wylie, Reference AssociateIn Focus: Sara Wylie
Meet Sara Wylie, one of the Reference Associates at the South Dakota State Library

Library Development

School Libraries

Trends & More

Flat Stanley makes an appearance at Humboldt Elementary School Library

Why didn't I think of That?

 

 

 


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