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Library 2.0: Enter the Teacher Librarian Enthusiast

THE Journal – “What will the new school library look like? In this first installment of our two-part library tech series, we explore the evolution of the school library–and the school librarian–and look to the opportunities that await once some basic challenges are overcome.”

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The future of the library

Seth’s Blog – “What should libraries do to become relevant in the digital age?”

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Learning from the Growth of the Internet — the New Broadband Grants

The White House – “Today, Vice President Biden is in Georgia to kick off over $2 billion in Recovery Act grants and loans to bring broadband to communities that currently have little or no access to the technology, all rolled out over the next 75 days. The initial $182 million investment announced today is for eighteen broadband projects benefiting seventeen states, and has already been matched by over $46 million in private capital. We in the National Economic Council are releasing a new report (pdf) called “Recovery Act Investments in Broadband: Leveraging Federal Dollars to Create Jobs and Connect America.” The report explains the Administration’s strategy for using stimulus dollars wisely to get the biggest return on investment, in terms of jobs and exciting new opportunities for Americans.”

Read the NEC Report

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Without liberries where will we do our reeting?

Save Our Liberries!

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What Can You Make With Catalog Cards Contest

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