ILA Reporter

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October 2017 | Volume XXXV. Issue 5

Unsheltered, but Not Unserved
Megan Millen, Joliet Public Library
You Are Not Alone: Directors University (DU) Opens Its Doors
Joe Filapek, Courtney Young, and Sheryl Siebert
Engagement Is the Word
David J. Seleb, Oak Park Public Library
The Roads We’ve Traveled
Robert P. Doyle, Illinois Library Association

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