CCI Welcomes Visiting Professor Adriana Duarte from Brazil

In 2010, the Brazilian government passed a law requiring all Brazilian schools to have a library by the year 2020. Six years later, the country is still facing unique roadblocks in their progress towards this goal – roadblocks that visiting professor Dr. Adriana Duarte will be examining during her time with us in Tallahassee. Before a school …

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FLA Scholarships (AA-BS-MLIS)

The Florida Library Association (FLA) Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that the application process has begun! Please consider applying for a scholarship this year and/or spread the word! Feel free to post or share the attached flyer at your work or school. Deadline to apply is November 2, 2015. http://www.flalib.org/ The scholarships will be …

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Doffek Aids in Local White Collar Crime Case

WCTV reported on a Tallahassee couple accused of attempting to steal nearly three quarters of a million dollars from the state’s unclaimed property vault. The heavily guarded vault is located in Tallahassee and contains millions in jewels, watches, coins and currency. Thomas Penquite and Maria Gutierrez are being accused of trying to claim more than $733,000 …

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20 Questions with Pam Doffek

 20 Questions with Pam Doffek What was your first job?  I was a checkout clerk at the A&P grocery store in Oconto, Wisconsin…would you like 4 loaves of bread for $1 with your order? If you were to write a personal memoir, what would you name it?  Either “Groundhog Day” or “I Go to Extremes” …

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RDA for Music: Scores-webinar in The CAVE-July 31st

Are you interested in a career in Music Libraries? Keep up with the latest cataloging methods in this 90-minute workshop, Thursday, July 31, 2014, 2:30pm Eastern. The online workshop will be presented in The CAVE, Goldstein Library. The workshop is supported financially by our colleagues in the Warren D. Allen Music Library here at FSU. …

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Including Patrons With Autism in Your Library Programs

Autism is the fastest growing disability in the United States, and Florida is on the cutting edge in serving patrons on the autism spectrum. In this webinar: Anne Leon, Executive Director of Public Library Services; Alvin Sherman, with the Library at Nova Southeastern University, involved in a joint use partnership between NSU and the Broward …

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