Tenn-Share invites you to present a SHORT session on something you know that can help your peers - 5 to 10 minutes! At the Fall Conference on September 26, we want to know what you know about e-resources, e-books, databases, Tenn-Share, etc. Please sign up now to deliver a 10 for Tenn - http://www.tenn-share.org/node/1405.
These links shows talks (often called Ignites) that are 5 minutes. They can be serious, humorous, academic, casual, etc.:
Thank you for the updates surrounding Aberdeen's library. My family loves the library, and we use it often, checking out new books for myself and my daughters, ages 6 and 9. But we do not love the crowded shelves and rows, computers with a line to us
HENRY COUNTY, Tenn. -- A new program is offering every student in Henry County free online tutoring.Henry County was one of only three counties in the state chosen this year for the pilot program. Putnam and Unicoi Counties in Middle Tennessee are the other two approved.
"... The Public Library received funding last year from the Benwood and Knight foundations to build an online portal to host this data. City government plans to give an additional $92,700 for the project..."
A city auditor’s investigation of Chattanooga Public Library leaders reveals cracks in the foundation of a two-year renaissance that has put the library at the forefront in the world of public libraries.
Brown-Bag Book Group To Discuss Baldwin's 'Go Tell It On The Mountain' Friends of the Library invite the public to attend the Brown-Bag Book Group's discussion of James Baldwin's 1953 novel, "Go Tell It on the Mountain," in the Big Spring Room at the Gre
A city auditor’s probe criticizes Chattanooga Public Library director Corinne Hill for excess reimbursements for worldwide trips and says her top two employees have been reported to the state for suspected fraud.
Obit: "Cecil Edward Higgins, 1921-2014, passed away at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville on June 6, 2014, the 70th anniversary of D-Day... He was involved in youth activities and was a volunteer for Oak Ridge Friends of the Library..."