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Equipping librarians to code: part 2

I know, I know, you just put down Increasing CS Opportunities for Young People, the Libraries Ready to Code final report, and are already saying to yourself, “What’s next?” and “How can I get involved?” Here’s the answer: Today we officially launched Ready to Code 2 (RtC2), Embedding RtC Concepts in LIS…

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Design a Doodle4Google on”What I see for the future…”

Of course you know some creative kids. They’re in your library all the time. Curious questioners,”what if” and”yes but” thinkers, avid readers, constant social media checkers/posters, scheme devisers, and doodlers. Why not challenge these K12 kids to submit a doodle in the 2016 Doodle4Google contest going on right now? The…

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ALA writes to French council on information access

Yesterday, ALA submitted a letter to the Conseil d’État (Council of State) in France regarding Google’s appeal of the decision of the Commission Nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL) implementing a ruling of the European Court of Justice. This decision concerns Google, Inc. and the issue commonly known as the…

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