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The Fourth Annual Sequoyah Book Award Week kicks-off on September 14 with lessons and activities in The Oklahoman and online at http://nie.newsok.com. To participate, sign up by September 10 for The Oklahoman’s Newspapers in Education (NIE) program.
Community Health Improvement Grant
The Oklahoma Department of Libraries is pleased to announce the availability of a competitive grant—available through the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the State of Oklahoma—to Oklahoma public libraries who wish to improve the health outcomes in their service area. I hope that you will take advantage of this opportunity. Below you will find the details pertaining to the Community Health Improvement Grant.
The deadline to apply is September 30, 2015!
Check out the Grants Page for more info.
Sign up for Free Classes in the Okla. Department of Libraries’ Computer Lab
The Fall Schedule for ODL’s Computer Training Lab is here! Librarians and literacy providers can register on Eventbrite. You can also download our PDF of lab classes with links to register. It is first come, first served…So don’t miss out! Check out the the Eventbrite page.
Registration Open for Fall Public Librarian Certification Classes
Check out the offerings for Fall 2015 classes through the Institute for Public Librarianship. Registration is now open for four basic certification classes, which will be held at various locations around the state. Get information on each class and click on your preferred date and location to register.
Library Professional Development
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