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December 2022 | Volume XL, Issue 4

Public Libraries in Illinois Initiating Food Justice
Miriam Rosen, Ph.D., Evanston Township High School
Library Marketing in the “Post-COVID” Era
Kimberly Shotick, Northern Illinois University
What is the Cataloging Maintenance Center?
Dr. Pamela Thomas, Cataloging Maintenance Center
2022 Sylvia Murphy Williams Scholars

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