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Free informative webinar for school librarians on loan forgiveness

On March 6, the American Association of School Librarians will offer a free webinar on the student loans. This session has limited space so please register quickly if interested. Have questions about loan forgiveness for school librarians? Register for “Federal

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Confused about e-government services? Participate in free Lib2Gov webinars

The American Library Association (ALA) and the Information Policy & Access Center (iPAC) at the University of Maryland at College Park are pleased to announce the re-launch of Lib2Gov, an online e-government resource for librarians. Over the past few months,

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Want to teach an online course? Brush up on your copyright law first

Do you want to teach an online course? Have you ever created, or thought about creating, a massive open online course (also referred to as a “MOOC”)? Ever wonder about the copyright issues involved in doing this? The attention being

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Free health webinar for public libraries

On March 27th, WebJunction will offer a free webinar on the Affordable Care Act. This session has limited space so please register quickly if interested. Staying attuned to community needs and engaging strong partners to address those needs are hallmarks

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Now Available: Archived Copyright Tweetchat

On Tuesday, January 7, 2014, school principals, superintendents, librarians and educators participated in an interactive question-and-answer tweetchat with copyright expert and bestselling author Carrie Russell. Education professionals who missed yesterday’s copyright tweetchat now have access to the archived tweetchat. As

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