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24 Hour Read In Live Stream

Welcome to the 2016 – 24 Hour Read In live stream! Even if you can’t make it in person, you can still watch us read from afar. If you want to support ULU in providing the Read In this year,

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Support the 24 Hour Read In

Have you always wanted to support the 24 Hour Read In but you don’t live in New York City. “If I was there I would totally work the 4AM shift” you say as you check on us on FB for

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The 24 Hour Read In Is Here!

June 4th 4PM – June 5th 4PM New York Public Library Schwarzman Building, the 42nd Street Library to the right of the entrance. Librarians, authors, and library advocates will read around the clock for libraries in New York City. Starting

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My Methodology: It Was All A Dream Until I Sat Down and Put Pen to Paper – kYmberly Keeton

In 15 minutes hear why a remix of information literacy was created and set in place for students to grasp the importance of finding, retrieving, and evaluating information at Lincoln University, a Historically Black College University in Jefferson City, Missouri. Learn more about the librarian’s experience creating the course curriculum and website. Walk away with a renewed sense of energy as it pertains to designing and forming a new initiative at your home institution.

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Coffee Break Registration – May 31, 2016

May 31, 2016 – 12PM EST My Methodology: It Was All A Dream Until I Sat Down and Put Pen to Paper In 15 minutes hear why a remix of information literacy was created and set in place for students

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