Category Archives: Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program

Project ENABLE: Breaking Down Barriers for Students with Disabilities

Renee Franklin Hill, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Syracuse University What happens when a program brings educators from all over New York State to learn strategies for providing information services to K-12 students with disabilities? A collaborative professional development experience like none … Continue reading

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It’s Not Speed Dating, but Poster Sessions Do Have Many Benefits

By Michele Farrell Senior Library Program Officer, IMLS I love poster sessions.  I can see what new ideas are being tried and have a quick word with the researcher.  Time is so tight at conferences and waiting to speak to … Continue reading

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Exhibit Booth Visits—ALA 2011!

Kevin Cherry Program Officer, IMLS One of the pleasures of being a program officer at IMLS is meeting with grant recipients. It is especially enjoyable, I think, when those grant recipients are scholarship students. Back in June of this year … Continue reading

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