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In conjunction with the Board of Directors, MOBIUS has created a new flyer called "MOBIUS Consortium: A Valuable Partnership". These flyers were written with Directors and other leadership in mind and describe the resources and services you receive as part of your membership.

We hope these flyers will help you when talking to your administration, faculty or other key constituents about the many benefits of MOBIUS membership.

The flyer is available in both a downloadable 8 1/2 x 11... read more

“Our libraries play a central role in Washington University’s mission by providing book and electronic resources to researchers and creating space for contemplation and study,” Thorp said. “Denise Stephens will advance that mission through her vast experience developing programs, shepherding capital projects, acquiring scholarly materials and engaging in campus life.”

Stephens will manage University Libraries’ nine locations, the system’s vast archives and special collections, and 156 professional and support staff.

She also will... read more

Fontbonne librarians Peggy Ridlen and Jane Theissen explore the evolution of Fontbonne University’s online General Education Information Literacy course, LIB199 Information Literacy in Higher Education in a new book.  Their chapter, “Adapting to the Evolving Information Landscape: A Case Study” was recently released in a new monograph in the Chandos Information Professional Series entitled Distributed Learning: Pedagogy and Technology in Online Information Literacy Instruction edited by Tasha Maddison and Maha Kumaran. The chapter highlights the evolution of... read more

Missouri River Regional Library Director Claudia Schoonover wants patrons of both branches to know their voice matters.

Last year, both library users, non-users and staff participated in a survey and attended monthly community meetings to voice their opinions on what they would like to see in their local library. In turn, that feedback was used as a guide in Saturday's MRRL strategic planning session.

Board members from the Cole and Osage county MRRL branches tossed around ideas about what structural, operational and internal changes are needed to continue to meet the diverse... read more

Did you receive an e-reader, tablet, or smartphone for Christmas? The Christian County Library can help you get the most out of your device, whether you are a technology novice or just looking for new ways to enjoy your device.

The library offers a Book-a-Trainer service, where patrons can sit down one-on-one with a technology trainer at the library for thirty minutes for basic instruction on using their new devices. You can call the library at 417-581-2432 visit christiancountylibrary.blogspot.com to request an appointment... read more

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