SCHOOL LIBRARY SYSTEM/MEDIA SERVICE COORDINATOR:
The Hancock Central School in Hancock, NY, is accepting applications for a K-12 library media specialist.
The school district is nestled in rural Delaware County in NY's Southern Tier. The Catskill Mountains and the Delaware River make the area an ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts. Hancock is just 3 hours from New York City and Philadelphia. The district boasts an experienced, caring faculty, a supportive BOE and administration, and an appreciative community.
The job application can be found at the district web site: hancock.stier.org
NOVEL NY– 10
Academic Onefile (Gale)
Business Insights Essentials (Gale)
eLibrary Elementary (ProQuest)
Gannett Newsstand Complete (ProQuest)
Grolier Online (Grolier)
General OneFile (Gale)
Health Reference Center Academic (Gale)
InfoTrac Newsstand (includes New York State Newspapers)
Kids InfoBits (Gale)
Opposing Viewpoints in Context (Gale)
SLS Provided Databases - 8
A message from Sharon B. Phillips, New York State Library, Division of Library Development Summer Reading Program Coordinator
The New York State Library is pleased to continue partnering with NYLA/YSS and NYLA/SSL to provide the Explore New York recreational reading lists as part of Summer Reading at New York Libraries. We are requesting your input to help prepare the four reading lists for the upcoming 2017 Summer Reading season. The Summer Reading at New York Libraries slogan for 2017 will be “Build a Better World.”
Scholastic has scheduled the following webinars for NOVELNY databases for September through December. Please see dates, times and registration information below.
September 22, 2016, 3:00 pm
Scholastic GO – Value to Teacher Colleges - Academic Libraries
ESSA's Impact on NYS School Librarians
Saturday, October 1, 2016
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
NYLA Office, Guilderland, NY
Gale has scheduled the following webinars for NOVELNY databases for September through December. Please see dates, times and registration information below.
Thursday, September 15, 2016 3:00 PM
Gear Up for the New School Year with Gale/NOVELNY Resources
ProQuest has scheduled the following webinars for NOVELNY databases for June through August. Please see dates, times and registration information below.
On May 10th nearly 100 books from the American Library Association Notable Children's Book List were presented by children's literature specialists Randall Enos and Julie Baxter. These titles are considered the best and brightest of those published in 2015 for children and young adults from birth through age 14. This was a joint workshop for librarians from Dutchess BOCES School Library System and MHLS. See pictures below.