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Phone: (208) 334-2150 | In-State Toll Free: (800) 458-3271
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Armoral Tuttle Public Library, New Plymouth, welcomed new director Rosette Treat in August.
Banned Books Week celebrates the freedom to read and highlights the value of free and open access to information.
Idaho Commission for Libraries’ broadband access survey documented that many Idaho public libraries, both small and large, don’t have adequate, affordable, or reliable broadband. Their challenges are likely to increase as more online resources are offered (such as Microsoft IT academy) and as more people bring their own devices to use the library’s Wi-Fi.
You might think that your broadband is completely sufficient for your library’s needs, but:
By Gina Persichini, technology & access services consultant
LiLI.org has seen a lot of changes this year. Here is a recap of new content, and information about what you might see for the LiLI Portal in the near future:
The Idaho Library Association (ILA) 2015 Annual Conference, “Libraries Leading the Way,” will be held in Boise, at Boise State University.
Best Small Library in America Nomination—public libraries
Postmark deadline: September 9, 2015
The Office of the Attorney General recently published several manuals of interest to public libraries:
Idaho’s Career Development Workshop tour will start Sept. 23 in northern Idaho and conclude on Oct. 16 in Nampa. Session choices include an overview of PTE SkillStack and Advanced Opportunities, Basic CIS and CIS Portfolio Use and Administration, and College Planning with Next Steps Idaho.
“Google had always been around….”
“Email is formal communication…”
“WiFi is an expectation…”