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April 2018 | Volume XXXVI. Issue 2

Teen Services: A Fresh Perspective
Jordan Neal, Champaign Public Library
Partnering for Social Justice: Libraries Working with Other Organizations to Reach Out to Diverse Communities
Ladislava Khailova and Kathy Ladell, Northern Illinois University Libraries
Censorship: Looking in the Mirror
Dennis Krieb, Lewis and Clark Community College; Emily Knox, the iSchool at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; and the ILA Intellectual Freedom Committee
Two New Legislative Meet-Up Locations in 2018
Illinois Library Association
One Street, Five Databases: Evaluating Business Directory Listings Across Multiple Products
Bill Pardue, Arlington Heights Memorial Library

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