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We are now more than a year into the COVID-19 pandemic. We've learned to Zoom, perfected curbside pick-up, and have probably forgotten how to shake hands. While many of our Nebraska libraries closed their doors entirely for a time, the vast majority have re-opened...
Posted by Aimee Owen on 4/23/2021 3:59 PM
The Nebraska Publications Clearinghouse receives documents every month from all Nebraska state agencies, including the University of Nebraska Press (UNP).  Each month we will be showcasing the UNP books that the Clearinghouse receives.  UNP books, as well as all Nebraska state ...
Posted by Mary Sauers on 9/20/2021 9:59 AM
This class is approved for the NLC Cataloging Certification Program.  Courses are open only to Nebraska residents or those who are employed by a Nebraska library. Why would you use a 651 MARC tag instead of a 610 tag? What is the difference between a 260 tag and a 264 tag?...
Posted by Shoshana Patocka on 9/20/2021 9:05 AM
Learn how K-12 schools across Nebraska are enabling seamless wireless internet access across the state, and how libraries can participate in ConnectEd Nebraska on next week's NCompass Live webinar on Wednesday, September 22 at 10am CT...
Posted by Christa Porter on 9/17/2021 4:39 PM
I'm not sure why I haven't read Kristin Hannah's books until recently, but once discovered, I am completely hooked. So far, I've read four of her books, loved all of them, but especially The Great Alone...
Posted by Mary Sauers on 9/17/2021 1:21 PM
Yeehaw! Get along, lil' #BookFaceFriday! In honor of a true Nebraska legend, today we are highlighting Leta Powell Drake's memoir, "The Calamities of Kalamity Kate: A History of Nebraska's Children's TV Shows" (J & L Lee Co., 2014)...
Posted by Tessa Terry on 9/17/2021 8:30 AM
Happy #ThrowbackThursday from Nebraska Memories! This week, we have a 5" x 8" black and white photograph of Lakota Sioux chief Red Cloud and his wife, Mary Red Cloud. This photograph was taken at the city park in Crawford, Nebraska on June 13, 1900...
Posted by Kayla Henzel on 9/16/2021 8:00 AM
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