Idaho Commission for LibrariesAddress: 325 W State St., Boise, ID 83702
Phone: (208) 334-2150 | In-State Toll Free: (800) 458-3271
Printed from the Idaho Commission for Libraries website: http://libraries.idaho.gov
The Idaho Department of Labor has provided a poster outlining Idaho's annual wages, as they correspond to educational level attained. Please feel free to post this in your library.
The Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL) assists libraries in building the capacity to better serve their communities.
We produced a highlight video of our 2016 accomplishments that we hope you will take a few minutes to watch.
Perhaps you will get some ideas of ways the ICfL can facilitate the realization of your goals.
Did you know the Idaho
Afterschool Network has a great database for identifying afterschool/out-of-school
opportunities throughout Idaho? This is the perfect place for public and school libraries to advertise kid and teen programs.
Public and school libraries across the state are celebrating the 20th anniversary of Idaho Family Reading Week with programs during November 13-19, 2016. Celebrations are planned to encourage parents and caregivers to connect with their children by reading aloud and sharing favorite books to inspire them to become lifelong learners.
The Idaho Commission for Libraries is pleased to announce the first edition of ICfL Target. This is a new quarterly publication identifying "need to know" activities and deadlines. Communication is critical in today's world, more so than ever before. This publication is designed to b
Publication Finder is now available as a part of the LiLI
Sandpoint, Idaho – The Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL) Talking Book Service (TBS) recently presented its Postal Carrier of the Year Recognition for 2015 to Postal Carrier Vicky Shilling, of the Ponderay Post Office in Ponderay, Idaho.
BOISE, ID – The Idaho Commission for Libraries (ICfL) awarded $200,000 to 47 elementary schools throughout Idaho for the purchase of books to serve students pre-kindergarten through first grade and to allow five schools to open their libraries during the summer. The funds were in the form of mini-grants, for amounts between $1,000 and $5,000, each.
On December 15, 2015, President Obama signed the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), which will replace No Child Left Behind (NCLB) effective July 1, 2017. Why is this a big deal for school libraries? Because it is the first time in years that school libraries and school librarians have been mentioned in education legislation. In ESSA they are mentioned a number of times.