In Nebraska Libraries: Books are Just the Beginning
Libraries across Nebraska offer so much to the community! Our libraries offer books and so much more–digital resources (including eBooks and audiobooks), access to computers with broadband connection, community events and activities, and recreational resources. Nebraska libraries are lifelong educational partners in our Nebraska communities.
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Check out Library Blog Posts (right) for details on activities that demonstrate that In Nebraska Libraries: Books are Just the Beginning. Please feel free to comment on the Blog Posts–no need to sign in to comment.
See Nebraska Libraries in the News (below) to see how libraries all across Nebraska are evolving to meet the needs of their communities.
Nebraska Libraries in the News
- Summer Reading signup kicks off May 26 - Washington County Pilot-Tribune
- Baright ready for summer programs - Ralston Recorder
- New Look to the Online catalog - via RSS
- Enrollment for summer reading programs is underway - Norfolk Daily News
- Gretna Public Library ready to rock summer reading - Gretna Breeze
- Library to celebrate return of bathtub on Wednesday - Hastings Tribune
- Lyons High School alumni Mary Connealy to be guest author - Oakland Independent
- Dedication planned for statues at Blair library - Washington County Pilot-Tribune
- Getting a library card for summer reading - via RSS
- Libraries rock in Alliance - Scottsbluff Star-Herald
- Changes announced for storytime yoga - via RSS
- Hasting Library Event and Programs - via RSS
- G.I. Public Library getting improvements - via RSS
- Meet-A-Teacher - Gretna Breeze
- Omaha Public Library: Well-Read Collective can help you find new books - Omaha World-Herald
- Partnership aims to close homework gap for rural students - Norfolk Daily News
- Chadron Library hosting summer reading program - The Chadron Record
- Ralston Library: Is it Summer already? - Ralston Recorder
- Looking for Lessig - via RSS
- Kearney Public Library director to speak at Fabulous Friday - Kearney Hub