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VaughanPublicLibrary Dec 10
VPL CEO Margie Singleton met with the Honourable Michael A. Tibollo, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport and discussed the value and impact of Ontario’s public libraries. Notice the I Love Ontario Libraries button! Public are delighted to have him as our Minister.
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Nicola Morgan Dec 2
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Gregory Astill 1h
Last class of 2018. 130 programs and 1,000 people attended. Already thinking of what to do in 2019.
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Lara Maynard πŸ“– Nov 26
Oodi – Finland’s 100th birthday gift to its citizens β€œIn a country with the highest rate in the world according to the UN in 2016, are used by the 5.5 million locals at a rate of 68 million books per year.”
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Patricia Uttaro Nov 25
Hey , check out Instagram this week. It’s all about Rochester & Monroe County !
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St. Albert Library Dec 1
Coming in 2019.... a storefront, mini-library for St. Albert! Thank you to City Council for supporting this economical, innovative improvement to library services for all St. Albertans.
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Nicholas Poole Nov 29
Looking forward to meeting colleagues this morning to discuss our mutual interest in supporting the ongoing transformation of and the information professional workforce, including better regional representation across England. Exciting times!
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β„‚π•™π•£π•šπ•€ 𝕄𝕦𝕀𝕀 β„‚π•’π•π•π•’π•˜π•™π•’π•Ÿ Nov 23
We all love buying books, if we're able. But ? I'm popping down my local library and getting some FREE books.
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Violet Fox 🦊 Nov 27
We're looking for your contributions to issue 2 of "Reserve and renew: the zine"! If you're involved in work or studies, we'd love your submission of poetry, artwork, coping strategies, personal stories, etc.
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Carolyn Percy Dec 5
Replying to @csittenfeld
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Kathleen O'Q Jacobs 1h
Itinerant libraries were a part of our childhood... "Bookmobiles" were charming & important.
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Carolyn Percy Dec 5
Replying to @MartinMillar1
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Library Journal 2h
Library and Archives Canada Announces Launch of β€œAurora” Online Public Access Catalogue, Powered by WorldCat Discovery Technology
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Metaphrog Nov 29
Who said librarians aren't essential? Meet librarian & Ian Lebeter who saw the need for something special for Slovakian & Romanian pupils & got us in for a residency. Result: kids learn new skills & a positive STV news story.
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Mrs Karloff Nov 26
I love working in but I have just about had enough. I'll tell you who should be replaced with volunteers. MPs. Perhaps people who did it for a vocation and not out of some desire for power would achieve better for their country.
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UofG Library Nov 30
For a for *some* of our other fav 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 not already listed!! & (bit biased) πŸ˜‰
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gerard Nov 30
In London, Camberwell Library was one of my richest research and creative resources. Now in Cavan, The Johnston Central Library is an equally rich hub and public place. I’m thankful for it. Libraries – use them, don’t lose them.
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Dr. Jenny Kay Dupuis Dec 1
are not only noticing an increased interest in materials, but also seeing that readers are becoming more selective in their choices & are seeking out books by INDIGENOUS authors. πŸ€—
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Usman 10h
This makes me so sad. are so important for our social fabric, as are the amazing people that staff them. Taking nothing away from the dedicated volunteers that keep libraries running, but the answer isn't to downsize or close, but to innovate...
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Liz πŸ’šπŸŽΆπŸ“–πŸ–οΈ 2h
Replying to @MaaceFaace
Thankfully there are so many books and videos to use to learn more about art! are the best place to start.
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