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programming

Partner with summer food programs
April, 2014

Public Library Advocacy—the Key Role of a Modern Public Library Trustee
December, 2013/ January, 2014

A virtual visit with an author
December, 2013/ January, 2014

Project Enable helps librarians meet special needs; now with free online option
November 2013

Have lunch and learn about State Library resources
October, 2013

Scaling Programs
August, 2013

Margaret Alexander Edwards Trust Grants
August, 2013

Antiques Roadshow at Freeman Public Library—priceless
August, 2013

Margaret Alexander Edwards Trust Grants
June/ July 2013

Student workers add value to public libraries
June/ July, 2013

Reading Bingo program gets results
June/ July 2013

Story Time Slime at SDLA/NDLA/MPLA Tri-Conference
April, 2013

"Maker Spaces? Programming on Steroids?"
March, 2013

Siouxland Libraries combine bikes and books for adult programming event
August, 2012

Big Talk From Small Libraries
February, 2012

Create, Relate, & Pop @ the Library: Services & Programs for Teens & Tweens
July/August, 2011

Market your library and host programs for little or no money
July/August, 2011

Why didn't I think of that?
April, 2011
includes "Lunch 'n' Learn serves up topics of interest in Huron", "PAK program allows students to eat, sleep and play with reading", and "Read Across America motivates readers by the minutes"

After-school Partnership launches new website
February, 2011

Continuing Education Opportunities
October, 2010

Using technology for teen programming
August, 2010

What is Library Development reading?
July, 2010
Programming for Adults: a Guide for Small-and Medium-Sized Libraries Reviewed by Brenda Hemmelman

 

 

 

 

 


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