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Let's Talk Gov Docs! - Let's discuss the implications of being a depository, the current status of our libraries, implications of discontinuing status as a depository, how we point our clientele to the resources, print vs. electronic, how library space for government documents is allocated and used, and much more! August 29th from 10 AM to 2 PM at NNYLN's office in Potsdam. Click here to register for this discussion.

Livingston Republican - June 7, 1855 - An earthquake of the most violent kind has taken place at Japan, and among other misfortunes has occasioned the loss of the Russian frigate Diana. The Amrican Steamer Powhattan, which was in the vicinitty, and which saved many of the ship wrecked mariners, has prepared an account of it.

(Find this and more interesting articles on the NYS Historic Newspapers website.)  

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The Northern New York Library Network is again offering its members an opportunity to apply for a NNYLN Technology Services Innovation Grant or a NNYLN Digitization Grant.
Guidelines and application forms are available here for Technology Innovation Grants and here for Digitization Grants.
Grant applications must be received by August 31, 2016.
Questions concerning potential projects should be directed to John Hammond (john@nnyln.org).

2016 NNYLN Annual Meeting Recap


Upcoming Courses

July 14-15 (Syracuse): Academic Librarians 2016 Conference


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                                                                (Updated August 2nd, 2016)