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September 2023 | Volume XLI, Issue 3

Chatting with Jason Chin
Becca Boland, Illinois Library Association
A “Course” of Action: Incentivizing the Move to Low and No Cost Course Materials
Dee Anna Phares, Northern Illinois University Libraries; Larissa Garcia, Northern Illinois University Libraries
RAILS EDI Learning Cohort
Diana Rusch, Reaching Across Illinois Library System & Katie Clausen, Gail Borden Public Library
My Turn: Yes, School Libraries Still Exist, but to Keep Them is Going to Require Your Help
Leah Gregory, Illinois Heartland Library System
iREAD Roundup 2023
Becca Boland, Illinois Library Association

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