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Blog Posts by Teresa.Lipus
From February 7-29, 2012 Apangea Learning is sponsoring the Idaho vs. Indiana Showdown Math Challenge.
Protecting Cultural Collections: Disaster Prevention, Preparedness, Response & Recovery
WESTPAS is once again offering their two-part workshop this spring. Participants will learn about the various aspects of disaster planning and will start a disaster plan by the end of the second session.
Ann Morrison Park was a great setting for the February 1 kickoff of Read Me Treasure Valley 2012, the community-wide read of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain.
Scout Video Collections, at scout.lili.org is provided by Idaho Public Television for learners of all ages. It offers thousands of multimedia resources as part of the Commission’s Libraries Linking Idaho (LiLI) service. Scout Video Collections includes Scout, Classroom Edition and Scout, Idaho Collection.
The CIS (Idaho Career Information System) portal has a new look. The homepage now highlights additional resources that are available from the Idaho Department of Labor such as workshops, volunteer opportunities, apprenticeship opportunities, IdahoWorks job search, training programs, etc…
The Idaho Commission for Libraries’ "online @ your library" project is featured on the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) website.
Idaho Commission for Libraries is excited to add another title to its newsletters. The Messenger will be a quarterly e-newsletter with information on ways to serve a growing population: mid-life adults. As the population ages, more people fall into this category, but do not consider themselves seniors. They want different programs and services than those current
In 1984, in their December 7 meeting, the Idaho State Library Board approved the new Library Development Division. The purpose of the Library Development Division is to help Idaho libraries of all types improve services to their clientele by:
The “What a Deal” Idaho Tax Credit fact sheet for 2011, designed to help you promote donations to your public library or library district is now available on the ICFL website at http://libraries.idaho.gov/page/public-library-contribution-tax-credit.
Activities continue with the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) project. Now into the second year of the two-year “online @ your library” project, the majority of Idaho’s least connected public libraries have seen connectivity increases from an average of 1.5 Mbps to an average of 11 Mbps.