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Do you SLED in the Library?

(submitted by Tamra Wear) While the Internet can provide a plethora of quality resources, databases can be an integral part of a student’s research. The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District provides access to EBSCO’s resources including the Statewide Library Electronic … Continue reading

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AKLA 2012: Mango – as simple as een, deux, tres!

(Written by Mary Ann Hickey) Freya Anderson, freya.anderson@alaska.gov from the Alaska State Library, gave a straight forward, user-friendly presentation on how to use the Mango Language system at the Alaska Library Association Annual Conference-Fairbanks 2012. The Mango online language-learning system is a service provided … Continue reading

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AKASL E-Boards Top Web Sites for Librarians

(From “Staying Connected”, AkASL, 2011) NEVERENDING SEARCH -Joyce Valenza http://joycevalenza.edublogs.org BASIC TUTORIAL ON SEARCHING THE WEB – http://www.sc.edu/beaufort/library/pages/ bones/bones.shtml ALASKA STATEWIDE DATABASES – http://www.sled.alaska.edu/databases/home.html GAIL JUNION-METZ WEB SITE – http://www.iage.com/bookmark.html INTERNET PUBLIC L IBRARY – endless good info – http://www.ipl.org BUFFY HAMILTON’S L IBRARY – http://theunquietlibrary.wordpress.com/ Books, Books, and More … Continue reading

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