Dr. James M. Gifford, a Bedford County native who is caretaker of the literary legacy of Jesse Stuart, will be the guest of honor for Friends of Shelbyville-Bedford County Public Library's annual author luncheon, which will be held Oct. 11 at the Blue Ribbon Circle on the Celebratio
Sherry Montgomery, Director of Jefferson and Hamblen County Health Departments, said that interviews begin next week for Spanish interpreters at those departments. She announced that there would be a “Baby Shower” for new moms and mothers-to-be at Jefferson City’s Public Library, where they will be informed about the health benefits to baby’s of breast feeding.
We are moving right along through a busy summer! Recent summer reading program events have included a visit from the NHECM Wildlife Program with their amazing animals and Super Science with Mr. Science Guy. This Wednesday, we will have a visit from WSMV's Snowbird. He is a personal favorite of mine. Remember that this event will be at Learning Way Elementar
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5 November, 9:00 AM - Williamson County Public Library System - Franklin - United States - The Friends of the WCPL in Franklin will have thousands of new and gently used books and more for sale in the firs
The program recently announced 15 winners for its most recent grant cycle. Winning programs include the Johnson City (Tennessee) Public Library's Fullness of Time: Exploring the Arts and the Gifts of Aging, the Albuquerque-based Keshet Dance Company's Fine Wine Dance, and Minnesota Opera's Voices of Opera.
Though not by design (at least, I don’t think so), this issue features two articles about projects at the University of Tennessee at Martin. In an article based on their recent presentation at the TLA annual conference, Sara Rachels, Jim Nance, and Heidi Busch describe a collection development project stemming from participation in the annual UT Martin Civil Rights Conference. Adam Clemons, Jim Nance, and Drew Ballinger discuss a low-tech project for collecting library user feedback.
David Ratledge reflects on the changing role of systems librarians in the technology column. Also, this issue includes a tribute to the late Larry Romans written by TLA President Susan Jennings. The book reviews section, edited by Wendy Doucette, rounds out the issue with reviews of seven fiction, popular non-fiction, and academic press books with Tennessee connections.
If you presented at the TLA Conference in April and would like to submit a related manuscript, we would be happy to consider it for inclusion in the September issue. Or, if you are interested in submitting a manuscript to Tennessee Libraries or in writing a book review for a future issue, please see the links below. The Call for Papers page includes submission deadlines for 2016.
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