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March 17, 2018
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Our website is the primary means of communication         with participating member libraries      and with south      central Kansas    citizens and students.
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Topics and Trends Winners
The three $50 gift card winners from the January 2018 Topics and Trends information webcast drawing have been randomly selected and include: Arlington City Library, Cunningham Public Library, and Wellington Public Library. Read on...
Active Shooter Procedures
If you are concerned about the possibility of an active shooter at your library, several resources are available at: Read on...
2018 SCKLS Grant-in-aid Program
Information about the 2018 SCKLS Grant-in-aid Program for public and academic member libraries is available at the SCKLS website: Read on...
County Appointee Information
Kansas House Bill 2102 which became law July 1, 2017 transferred authority for the appointment of System Board Appointees from the Governor to the County Commission of each county in the SCKLS service area. 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...
Events Calendar
  1. Library Talks: Digitization Basics - Sharing and Preservation

    When: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Where: Computer Lab Digitization is the process of creating computer-readable versions of physical objects. Current technology is affordable enough that any library can digitize their local history Read On…

  2. Library Talks: Using Sync Audiobooks with Teens

    When: Friday, April 06, 2018 - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Where: Computer Lab Public librarians looking for a fun and easy teen program to provide at your library this summer? School librarians interested in learning how to use audiobooks in your curriculum? Read On…

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