We have been getting many questions about the status of the statewide eBook platform project. In response to these requests, Deb Hoadley, Team Leader on this project and MLS Advisor, hosted a webinar and posted an MLS Guide to keep members informed about this project.
The webinar was recorded and is now available at:
The MLS Guide is on our web site at:
MLS welcomes three new members:
Boston Herald Library
Information Resources & Management (IRaM)
Library & Information Sourcing Solutions
We still have space for you to attend “My College Freshman is Your High School Senior” on May 31.
This program will give librarians of all types (academic, school, and public), as well as teachers, college faculty, and administrators a rare opportunity to come together to discuss common concerns and strategize ways to best prepare students as they proceed through the educational system and into the workforce. Our speakers will address topics such as 21st century skills, educational and informational literacy standards, innovative collaborations, student-centered technology and pedagogy, and — of course — assessment.
DATE: Friday, May 31, 2013, 9:00am – 3:00pm (Lunch included!)
MLS welcomes our newest member, Library Services at Cambridge College.
Greetings from Atlanta!
The Collaborative Library Summer Program has voted on their 2015 slogans!
The general theme, which was selected in 2012, is Heroes.
The slogans are:
Early Literacy/Children: Every Hero has a Story
Adults: Escape the Ordinary
The 2016 general theme: Fitness/health/exercise/sports. The slogan and more detailed news will be discussed at the 2014 meeting.
Thanks to those of you who submitted when the Call for Suggestions went out a couple of months ago. Illustrator announcements will be made at a later date.