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Independence Day
July 4

Paperback Book Day
July 30

National Inventor's Month

National Back to School Month

Women's History Month

Bad Poetry Day
August 18

Senior Citizen's Day
August 21

Women's Equality Day
August 26

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Enid Hyde named inaugural member of 10² Club
October 2015

What Happens in Braille and Talking Book Every Day?
September 2015

Who is IMLS?
September 2015

SD Braille and Talking Book Library Summer Reading a success
August 2015

Library Depositories provide expanded services
June/July 2015

Board Talk: Who is IMLS?
June/July 2015

Keep all kids reading - all summer
May, 2015

One Welcome Return
May, 2015

Asst. State Librarian for Access Services, Colleen Kirby retires
March, 2015

No waiting, for patrons using BARD mobile
November/ December, 2014

Braille and Talking Book Program writes strategic plan
August, 2014

ZoomText assists patrons with visual impairments
by Brittany Moeller, Dell Rapids Carnegie Public Library director and South Dakota State Library staff
April, 2014

Disc Repair Service
February, 2014

Make summer reading programs accessible to the visually impaired
June/ July 2013

Serving people unable to read standard print
May, 2013

RACE webinar logoUpcoming RACE webinars
April, 2013

More information on Important New IMLS Guidance: E-Book Reader Lending Programs
March, 2013

Partnership to expand title selection for visually impaired
November, 2012
Visually impaired South Dakotans should soon have access to an expanded selection of local and regional titles in talking book format, thanks to a new partnership between the State Library and the Siouxland Libraries in Sioux Falls.

School Library Chats, 21 Century School Librarian Boot Camp, and MORE!
April, 2012

Eric — A Success Story
November/December, 2011

March Continuing Education Opportunities
March, 2011

Braille & Talking Book Summer reading Program begins June 7
April, 2010






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