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LDS Introduces New Blog

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SCSL's Library Development Services is happy to announce the availability of its new blog, LibraryTrax!  We’ll be sharing information for and about libraries in South Carolina. 

We’ll share great library programs, highlight what we learn from leaders in the field, and hopefully inspire conversations about the future of libraries.

We’ll also be sharing resources, like workshop handouts, presentation slides, etc.

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South Carolina Librarians, TechExpress is coming! Get ready to jump aboard!

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Tech Express, South Carolina’s public library Technology Institute arrives September 13, 2006 at the Columbia Conference Center.   We encourage you to begin thinking about emerging technologies and the issues before the event, by reading the web logs (blogs) of our three dynamite speakers:

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The South Carolina State Library's OPAL Archive

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The South Carolina State Library's OPAL training sessions can now be heard on the library’s Web site.

Online Programming for All Libraries (OPAL) And All Library Users is an international collaborative effort by libraries of all types to provide Web-based programs and training for library users and library staff members.

These live events are held in online rooms where participants can interact via voice-over-IP, text chatting and synchronized browsing.

The four sessions now available on the library Web site were held this year. Topics were:

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September 11 Programming

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SC Libraries are invited to participate in a special September 11 observance sponsored by the Bensenville Community Public Library District (IL) and OPAL (Online Programming for All Libraries).

This program is totally FREE to anyone with an internet connection. Teachers of all disciplines are invited to participate in a special September 11 observance sponsored by the Bensenville Community Public Library District (IL) and OPAL (Online Programming for All Libraries). This program is totally FREE to anyone with an internet connection.

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A Fresh Look at Public and Leadership Attitudes About Libraries in the 21st Century

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An ALC-sponsored study, conducted by Public Agenda and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, shows that libraries are poised to lead the way to solutions to today's pressing community problems, including providing a safe and engaging place for teens; building a strong and literate workforce; and extending access to technology.

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Williamsburg County Libraries Receive Building Money

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Library FundingThe South Carolina State Library presented a $450,000 check to Williamsburg County Library to build library additions in Kingstree and Hemingway.

For Immediate Release
January 17, 2006

The South Carolina State Library presented a $450,000 check to Williamsburg County Library to build library additions in Kingstree and Hemingway.

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