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Google Policy Fellowship applications due this Friday (3/25)!

Earlier this month, ALA announced the opening of the application process for the 2016 Google Policy Fellowship program. Consider this post a friendly reminder that applications for the program are due on Friday, March 25th (that’s right, just three days from today). The program is a great opportunity for graduate…

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ALA’s Washington Office serves up holiday spirit

Libraries have a tradition of serving their communities, so our Washington Office staff—spearheaded by Office of Information Technology Policy’s (OITP) Carrie Russell—chose to serve our Washington, D.C. community by donating holiday shoebox gifts to homeless families through a wonderful organization called So Others Might Eat (SOME). The holiday shoebox drive…

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Really rockin ARSL conference in Little Rock

I just returned from the 2015 conference of the Association of Rural & Small Libraries (ARSL) held in Little Rock. Wow! The enthusiasm, energy, creativity, and collegiality of these librarians are extraordinary—and especially so, given the very limited resources that many of them have available to serve their communities. And…

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