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Feb 07

See What’s New in LearningExpress!

LearningExpress has a new look.  Watch  “Upcoming Events” on the website to see when a LearningExpress workshop is in your area. To see a video of how to use LearningExpress, go to Help, then Video Guides.  It is 19 minute video covering LearningExpress.

Permanent link to this article: http://lib.nckls.org/2018/02/07/see-whats-new-in-learningexpress/

Feb 06

Staff Training Day Feb 19th

You are welcome to participate in the Manhattan Public Library Staff Training Day.  The location is  in the Auditorium of Manhattan Public Library.  Monday, February 19th.            Schedule of Events: 8:30 – 10:00 Active Shooter, Chuck Callahan, CPP Homeland Security 10:15 – 12:00 MPL Unity & Helpdesk Update on 2nd floor project 12:00 – …

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Dec 20

Canopy

NCKLS has purchased this canopy and weights and it can be checked out to you for library use.

Permanent link to this article: http://lib.nckls.org/2017/12/20/canopy/

Dec 12

Website Tracking

Would you like to see your website traffic? It is quick and easy to setup.  All you need is a Gmail E-mail account and WordPress. Contact LaDonna

Permanent link to this article: http://lib.nckls.org/2017/12/12/website-tracking/

Dec 12

Niche Academy

See our website for the new Niche Academy Online videos.  Please check it out!!

Permanent link to this article: http://lib.nckls.org/2017/12/12/niche-academy/

Aug 29

Active Shooter Policy

In light of the shooting in the Clovis, NM Public Library on August 28, it is a good time for libraries to review their evacuation and/or active shooter plans. If you and your board has not established one, now would be a good time to talk about it.  This VIDEO may be in a much larger …

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Permanent link to this article: http://lib.nckls.org/2017/08/29/10358/

Aug 01

Rural Libraries: The lifeblood of small towns

And #10, Libraries are safe places……Gone are the days when a person goes to the local library to do nothing more than check out a book and return it or renew it later. Small town libraries have become a provider of numerous services to their communities. Their future will be one of expanding those services …

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May 01

A Machine to Dust Books, is like a ‘waterless carwash”

Book cleaning spotlight by Library Journal, highlights an Italian-made machine, The Depulvera, as an automatic book cleaning system that dusts about 12 books per minute. It’s compact, simple to use, and can be operated in small spaces—even within stack aisles.  The Boston Public Library tweets about their use of it.  See the company website http://depulvera.com/ for more …

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Dec 21

Flipped Learning

Ever heard of Flipped Learning? It has been around about ten years but the benefit of this learning model is the ability to demonstration real world applications and engage students with interactive projects. It is called ‘flipped’ because the traditional definition was, “what used to be classwork” (the lecture) is done outside of class (usually …

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Sep 06

Gum Ball Poetry Station Idea

Cari (@myschoollibrary) from the Centered School Library tweeted a fabulous Pin recently. It was of this wonderful gumball machine that had been transformed into a poem dispenser. She started an intense search to see how cheaply she could find a gumball machine that would really work. These are available for sale on amazon (and probably other places).Less than …

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