Reserve your place at our table and register for our 2015 conference, "A Place for Everyone at the Table". Early bird registration is available until Monday, March 30. The hotel rate will also increase after March 30, so save yourself some money and register today!
While there are attempts to criminalize homelessness elsewhere in the country, Melissa Harris-Perry's 'Footsoldier' is Liz Coleman, a librarian in Nashville who helps welcome poor and homeless patrons.
Do you ever have the opportunity to read to children? March is National Reading Month and the Art Circle Public Library hopes you will celebrate— even if your child can’t read yet! This literacy event is designed to raise awareness among our families about the importance of reading aloud to children each and every day. Our goal is to help youngsters develop the literacy foundation they need in order to become lifelong learners.
"... “It’s a hard to get them to think beyond saving for a car or paying a cell phone bill, but its important for them to start thinking early about the concept of compounded interest,” Edlin said before the start of the class inside the community center’s Myrtle Glanton Lord Library..."
"Dr. Tom Kanon, archivist at Tennessee State Library and Archives, will give a presentation on “Tennesseans at War 1812-1815” on March 14, at 2 p.m. at the Heritage Center, 465 Railroad Avenue, Tracy City..."
Issue 65:1 of Tennessee Libraries is now available online at http://www.tnla.org/?page=TL65_1. The issue features articles from two UT SIS graduate students, Alexandria Quesenberry and Kim Woodring, as well as book reviews edited by Kathy Campbell and articles by TL technology columnist David Ratledge and TLA Intellectual Freedom Committee Co-Chair Anthony Prince.
Reminder: We will be publishing articles related to TLA Annual Conference presentations in the June issue (65:2). Please see the Call for Papers for more information on submissions: http://www.tnla.org/?33
The “Standards and Testing: What’s Missing from the Current Debate” neighborhood K-12 education forum will be led by a panel of education reserachers from Vanderbilt’s Peabody College of education and human improvement at noon Monday at the downtown...
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