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MTSU Profile by GoPrint

"Middle Tennessee State University is one of GoPrint’s oldest customers. David Robinson, Systems Librarian at the University, has been running GoPrint in the University’s library computer labs starting in the old Andrew L. Todd Library building in 1996 and then moved into the new James E. Walker Library in 1999."

 

Not dated so not sure if it's current but some interesting history here about library printing systems.  Was it MTSU that had the paper art display?

 

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1940 census data viewed as treasure trove by genealogists

1940 census data viewed as treasure trove by genealogists | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

""For genealogists, it is like the World Series or Super Bowl, or maybe even bigger than that," said Sue Ann Reese, a reference librarian for the Knox County Public Library's Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection. "It happens so infrequently.""

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Oldest records in Tennessee being archived, will be stored in old county jail in Jonesborough | The Republic

Oldest records in Tennessee being archived, will be stored in old county jail in Jonesborough | The Republic | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

""You can't put a price on some historic records and documents. The state's history began here.""

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State library hosts War of 1812 workshop

State library hosts War of 1812 workshop | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"The Tennessee Library and Archives is hosting a workshop on the War of 1812."

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Window to the World Spring, 2012 Newsletter of the TN Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped

Survey results.

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Citizen Tribune - Jefferson City Public Library’s Summer Reading Begins

Citizen Tribune - Jefferson City Public Library’s Summer Reading Begins | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

June 8, 2012 at 11 o'clock.

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Liberty Park opens to waiting Clarksvillians » Clarksville, TN Online

Liberty Park opens to waiting Clarksvillians » Clarksville, TN Online | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"At the Clarksville Rotary Club’s Where Imagination Flows Playground I found five mothers part of the larger “Library Playgroup” meeting with their toddlers.

 

Mothers with the Library Playgroup were meeting with their toddlers at the Clarksville Rotary Club’s Where Imagination Flows Playground.


According to Kim Chandler, “We all met through the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library‘s Baby & Me program, and when the program went in hiatus for the summer we wanted to keep meeting; so we just kept going every week to the library"

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POLITICAL HAPPENINGS - district Democrat meetings at libraries in Knoxville area

POLITICAL HAPPENINGS - district Democrat meetings at libraries in Knoxville area | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"Fourth District Democratic Club: meeting, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Bearden Library, 100 Golf Club Road. Guest speakers will be state Legislature candidates Gloria Johnson, Jerome Q. Miller, Anthony D. Hancock, Shelley S. Breeding and Evelyn Gill. For more information, call Lorraine Hart at 865-850-6858.

District 6 Democrats: meeting, 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, at Knox County Karns Library. Guest speaker will be UT Medical Center Department of Pathology's Dr. John Neff. For more information, call Janice Spoone at 865-560-0202 or Clay Mulford at 865-257-6744.z"

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Patrons lend support to shorter borrowing period » Local News » The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

Patrons lend support to shorter borrowing period » Local News » The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"Ssire Ivy of Johnstown, who’s in town from her native Tennessee, said she’s a fast reader so the shorter loan period doesn’t concern her. She prefers young adult fiction.

 

“Any (other) library I went to was two weeks anyway,” she said."

 

A Tennessee library patron in PA news.

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Memphis Public Library Summer Reading Club 2012

Memphis Public Library Summer Reading Club 2012 | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it
The Summer Reading Club 2012 program invites children to “Dream Big.” The summer reading program includes educational activities, completing summer reading goals, and story times related to achieving dreams.
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Chattanooga Public Library gears up for another season of summer reading

Chattanooga Public Library gears up for another season of summer reading | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it
Reading programs starting Saturday at the Chattanooga Public Library won't leave time for summer boredom.
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This Week In The Arts - 05/17/2012 - Chattanoogan.com - 1940 Census workshop & summer reading program news

This Week In The Arts - 05/17/2012 - Chattanoogan.com - 1940 Census workshop & summer reading program news | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"The Chattanooga Public Library will host an internet genealogy workshop using the recently released 1940 U.S. Census on Saturday, May 26, at 10 a.m. at the Eastgate Library.

 

Registration for the Chattanooga Public Library's Summer Reading Program begins Saturday and continues through Saturday, July 14."

 

 

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HVHS library to get new carpet

"A second motion on funding from the school system’s capital outlay improvement balance for six different projects was also approved. The board unanimously gave their consent to the capital outlay in the amount of $72,625 for bathroom renovations at Valley Forge Elementary, hallway tile projects at Happy Valley, Keenburg and Little Milligan Elementary Schools, replacement of carpeting in the HVHS library and a tiling project in the CTE wing of Unaka High School."

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Crossville exhibit features abstract art

Crossville exhibit features abstract art | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"Liberty said his favorite sculpture is "Magical Harp," which was purchased by some Crossville residents for the town's public library and borrowed for the exhibit."

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Cindy Harris Book Signing – Signal Mountain Library

Cindy Harris Book Signing – Signal Mountain Library | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"The Signal Mountain Library will welcome Cindy Harris for a reading and a book signing on May 22 at 11 a.m. Mrs. Harris is a local author and her book is “Raoke and the Camp Raid.”"

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Civil Rights Icon Smith Donates Papers to Library

Civil Rights Icon Smith Donates Papers to Library | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"Maxine Smith pointed out that the wheelchair she used to enter the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library was borrowed – and she also made a point of walking from the doorway of the Memphis and Shelby County Room at the library to her seat in the room."

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Mayor Dean Kicks off Community Reading Initiative

Mayor Dean Kicks off Community Reading Initiative | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"Literacy opens up endless possibilities, and that's why Mayor Karl Dean wants to get the community fired up about reading."

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Dear Editor I would like to thank - Dear Editor I would like to thank all the citizens of Macon County along with the patrons of Macon County Public Library and Red Boiling Springs Branch Libra...

Dear Editor I would like to thank -  Dear Editor    I would like to thank all the citizens of Macon County along with the patrons of Macon County Public Library and Red Boiling Springs Branch Libra... | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it
Dear Editor I would like to thank - Dear Editor
I would like to thank all the citizens of Macon County along with the patrons of Macon County Public Library and Red Boiling Springs Branch Library for all of their prayers words of comfort love ...
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Tenn. oldest town archiving historical documents

Tenn. oldest town archiving historical documents | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

""I really will be wearing two hats — that of an archivist and a records manager," he said. "We have a monthly meeting at the Jonesborough Library, and we had a group of about 20 very positive volunteers"

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Little Known Black Librarian Facts: The Free Colored Carnegie Branch of the Lawson McGhee Library (Knoxville, Tennessee)

Little Known Black Librarian Facts: The Free Colored Carnegie Branch of the Lawson McGhee Library (Knoxville, Tennessee) | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"The Lawson McGhee Library of Knoxville, Tennessee opened the Free Colored Carnegie Branch in 1918 to provide services for the city's African American residents."

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Calling All Dreamers! Lewis County Library offers Summer Reading Program

Calling All Dreamers! Lewis County Library offers Summer Reading Program | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"Lewis County Library
offers Summer Reading Program
Readers of all ages will explore the night this summer as Lewis County Public Library presents “Dream Big—Read!” during their summer reading program for children, and “Own the Night” for teens. Programs and fun activities will be centered around all things nocturnal"

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Three Cheers for Broken Arrow School Board!

Three Cheers for Broken Arrow School Board! | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"It is totally appropriate for residents to submit a complaint if they wish their voice to be heard. And its harder for school board members, administrators, librarians and teachers to do the right thing and see a challenge through. It would be easy to say, “Ok, fine,” and acquiesce to the complaints of a loud objector (see: Sumner County, TN) and make the problem go away. The latter choice, however, treads on the rights of others to make up their own minds about what they read and how they parent."

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Penniless Teacher: 2012 Summer Reading Program at Books A Million

Penniless Teacher: 2012 Summer Reading Program at Books A Million | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

Free cookie and a Dr. Suess lunchbag while supplies last.

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Young Tennessee readers cheer on the Nashville Sounds

Young Tennessee readers cheer on the Nashville Sounds | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"Students from dozens of schools were taking in their reward for reading a little extra as part of the baseball club’s reading program offered to area schools."

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The Morristown Hamblen Public Library Summer Reading Program kicks off June 2.

The Morristown Hamblen Public Library Summer Reading Program kicks off June 2. | Tennessee Libraries | Scoop.it

"You can start registering as early as May 14and start reading to win great prizes from our great sponsors. Then, join us on June 2 for our kick-off Open House featuring several local authors, the Scholastic book fair, and a lot of fun. Then, regular programming starts on June 4."

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