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June 22, 2017
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News Flash
April Survey Responses Available
When surveyed in April 2017, nearly 85% of member libraries indicated they were “very satisfied” with SCKLS. Remaining respondents said “satisfied.” To see all the survey questions and responses click here . Read on...
History and Assessment Presentation
The PowerPoint presentation from the April 24 Semi-annual Meeting: “History and Assessment Process” is available at: Read on...
The South Central Kansas Library System has a current job opening for a Training Specialist and is currently accepting applications for an internship focusing on digitization. To find out more about the jobs click here Read on...
Help Find Library Pioneers
The South Central Kansas Library was officially established on June 17, 1967. Kathleen Whitmer of Zenda was among the “pioneer” board members of the original 37 public libraries that petitioned the State Library Advisory Commission, Topeka to form SCKLS. Read on...
Events Calendar
  1. Tech Talks: eBooks at the Library

    When: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Where: Entire SCKLS Building All librarians get eBook questions—this session will help you feel confident in answering them! We’ll discuss eBooks in Libraries and the issues affecting which books can Read On…

  2. Tech Talks: WordPress for Libraries

    When: Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM Where: Entire SCKLS Building Does your library have a web presence? If not, come see what you could start! If so, have a look at features you might want to add to your site, or think about whether Read On…

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