State Librarian’s Update Webinar, June 20

Join State Librarian Cal Shepard on Thursday, June 20 from 10:00-11:00 AM for all the news on the most recent developments at the State Library of North Carolina including: News from the Government & Heritage Library News from the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped News about activities from the Library Development consultants Upcoming ...

Welcome 5 new library directors 8

Welcome 5 new library directors
In the first months of 2013, North Carolina welcomed five new public library directors across the state at Catawba County Public Library, Chapel Hill Public Library (in Orange county), Greensboro Public Library (in Guilford county), Harnett County Public Library, and Harold D. Cooley Library (in Nashville county). View New Public Library Directors, June 2013 in a larger map ...

The data-driven case for library Summer Reading Programs 3

The data-driven case for library Summer Reading Programs
Summer Reading Programs (SRP) in public libraries are critical to supporting literacy and school readiness, halting summer learning loss, and leveling the achievement playing field for at-risk children in communities across America. Public libraries spend significant time and effort planning and delivering excellent programs each summer, yet the importance of SRP and its educational impact ...

Welcome to the blog 1

Welcome to the new blog of the Library Development Section at the State Library of North Carolina! The Library Development Section creates programs for and provides services and resources to North Carolina libraries to help them meet the needs of their communities. If you would like to subscribe to receive blog content directly to your email inbox without ...