Monthly Archives: January 2014

Financial Aid Toolkit: A One-Stop Shop for Financial Aid Resources

By James Lonergan Senior Library Program Officer, IMLS The U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid recently launched a new website called the Financial Aid Toolkit. Who is the Financial Aid Toolkit for? The toolkit is for librarians; … Continue reading

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Thanks for a Great Year!

By Susan Hildreth Director, IMLS As we start the new year and look back on accomplishments in 2013, it is clear to me that the success of IMLS rests on the shoulders of thousands of people in neighborhoods across America … Continue reading

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Announcing WebWise Now

This blog was originally published on the WebWise 2014 blog. By Lisa Rhody In an effort to create a sustained resource for the WebWise community we are pleased to announce the launch of a new publication, WebWise Now. It is an experimental, edited … Continue reading

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Nick Poole and Mary Flanagan to Deliver WebWise Keynote Addresses

This blog was originally published on the WebWise 2014 blog. By Lisa Rhody WebWise 2014 will feature two keynote addresses from leaders in the field whose digital work has made a significant impact on the future of digital collections, management, and sustainability. … Continue reading

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Interview: Tennessee State Library and Archives

For more than 50 years, funding authorized by the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) has served as the backbone of federal support for libraries in America. IMLS distributes the majority of LSTA funding through a population-based formula to each … Continue reading

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