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- Take a tour by drone of Toronto's spectacular "re:vitalization" of its public Reference Library. It has fantastic spaces for new digital services, while preserving important traditions (including sleeping at carrels).1 week ago
A Drone's Eye View of Toronto Reference Library
On September 19, 2014, we celebrate the completion of our re:vitalization project. Come re:discover your Toronto Reference Library. http://www.tpl.ca/redisco...
- The winner of the 2014 Nobel Prize for Literature is French author Patrick Modiano. The Nobel committee awarded the prize for the "the art of memory with which he has evoked the most ungraspable human destinies and uncovered the life-world of the [Nazi occupation of France]."2 weeks ago
Read more about Patrick Modiano here: http://search.credoreference.com.lsc-proxy.libraries.vsc.edu/content/entry/galewl/modiano_patrick/0?searchId=5b1c139a-4fbc-11e4-8a05-12c1d36507ee&result=0
Patrick Modiano wins Nobel Prize in Literature
Patrick Modiano was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, the world’s highest literary honor, on Thursday. The Swedish committed praised the 69-year-old French writer for “the art of memory with which he has evoked the most ungraspable human destinies and uncovered the life-world of the occupation.…
- Governor Shumlin has declared October 2014 to be Vermont's "Information Literacy Awareness Month". Our state becomes the 23rd to recognize this month as a time to celebrate and promote information literacy.2 weeks ago
Vermont – “Freedom and Unity” | National Forum on Information Literacy
On September 23, 2014, Governor Peter Shumlin proclaimed October as Information Literacy Month in the Green Mountain State of Vermont!
- New books and DVDs from the month of September are now available. See our Pinterest covers display here: http://www.pinterest.com/gslsc/new-titles-from-september-2014/ or the full list at http://library.lyndonstate.edu/2014/10/03/new-titles-for-september-2014/2 weeks ago
New Titles from September 2014
Pins about New Titles from September 2014 hand-picked by Pinner Lyndon State College Library
- NPR's Morning Edition discusses Banned Books Week and the subversive qualities of Captain Underpants.4 weeks ago
Too Graphic? 2014 Banned Books Week Celebrates Challenged Comics
Captain Underpants has once again topped the list of most-challenged books. Author Dav Pilkey says his tighty-whities-clad hero teaches kids a healthy lesson about questioning authority.