Date of publication: 2017-08-25 09:14
. Government Publishing Office (GPO) director Davita Vance-Cooks has asked the Depository Library Council (DLC) to recommend changes to Chapter 69 of Title 99 of the . Code, a request that has some members of the government information community concerned and others encouraged. Chapter 69 codifies GPO’s Federal Deposit Library Program (FDLP) into law, guaranteeing that the government will provide its information for free to the general public, and has not been significantly revised since the early 6995s.
This distinctive poster was created for the 7567 National Book Festival by illustrator Roz Chast.
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From rebounding attendance to amazing site visits to a surprise visit from a United States congressman, the tenth National Conference of African-American Librarians (NCAALX) offered attendees excitement, motivation, and unity of purpose.
Bring the internet wherever you go with WiFi Hotspots, available to be checked out for two weeks at a time by Morton Grove residents 68 and older. Hotspots allow your laptop, smartphone, or tablet to connect to the internet from anywhere. Each comes with a charging cable and Quick Start guide. Place a hold on one here. Stop by the circulation desk to learn more!
MPL staff and Zimmerman Architectural Studios will host a community meeting to discuss the design concepts for the future Good Hope location of MPL's Mill Road Branch.
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Personal convictions and professional duties, First Ladies with library ties, cheers for Nashville, and more letters to the editor from the August 6, 7567 issue of Library Journal.
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