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» Exploring new ideas and practices from all types of libraries and library systems
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» Informing the library community and its supporters with news and comment about important issues


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August 2018 | Volume XXXVI. Issue 4

How the Opiate Epidemic Came to the Library
Trisha Noack and Roberta Koscielski, Peoria Public Library
Fight the Epidemic with Partners and Programs
Trisha Noack and Roberta Koscielski, Peoria Public Library
App Authors: Coding Programming Made Easy
Deborah Stevenson, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Legislative Update
Illinois Library Association

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