Re-posted from an email by SWKLS Director, Emily Sitz We received a letter this week, dated January 7, from our local post office describing changes for “self mailers that are folded”. The changes went into effect on Jan 5. We
Don’t forget to check out our ILL collection to help your patrons read new books. The books for May /June are: Stephen King. The Wind Through the Keyhole Andrew Gumbel. Oklahoma City James Patterson. The 11th Hour Bob Harper.
So — just how many librarians does it take to turn on the radio?!? You’ll just have to guess, as I’m somewhat embarrassed to admit! The radio in our new 2012 GMC Savana has a few buttons and knobs that took several
Don’t forget to check out our ILL collection to help your patrons receive new books. The books for April are: Lisa Scottoline Come Home Danielle Steel Betrayal Mary Higgins Clark The Lost Years Nora Roberts The Witness Carol Higgins Clark
The Kansas Library Association Conference was held last week in Wichita. This year’s theme was “I Geek Kansas Libraries”. This year’s conference was packed full of excellent sessions and speakers. One of this year’s highlights was the Opening Keynote by R.
Have you heard of Wordle? Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different
Laura DeBaun – NEKLS – March 23, 2012 The U.S. Department of the Treasury needs your library’s help in getting out the word on changes to Federal Benefit Checks. The Treasury Department’s Go Direct® campaign provides free materials to help