- Adult and Family Literacy Activities in Colorado Libraries
- Bridging the Digital Divide in the Spanish Speaking Community (DVD)
- Budget Cuts and Their Impact on Library Services to Coloradans
- Colorado's Century of Public Libraries
- Colorado Public Libraries and the 'Digital Divide'
- Colorado Students Achieve Power @ Your Library
- Colorado Talking Book Library Patron Satisfaction Survey Report
- Community Resiliency and Public Libraries
- Fast Facts: Recent Statistics from the Library Research Service
- Guiding Social Change through Colorado's Libraries
- How Academic Libraries Help Faculty Teach and Students Learn
- The Impact of Summer Reading Programs in Colorado Libraries
- Institutional Libraries: Impacting Lives in Meaningful Ways
- Out for Life: How Your Library Can Help (DVD; also available in Spanish)
- Public Libraries, A Wise Investment: A Return on Investment Study of Colorado Libraries
- The Roles of Libraries in Education
- School Librarians Continue to Help Students Achieve Standards
- Your School Library and Student Achievement
National Library Week
National Library Week is here! Celebrated April 9-15 this year, Library Week "is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and library workers and to promote library use and support," says the American Library Association. Libraries provide a vital service in our communities and this week is a great time to show your support. In our own library's collection are many resources that illustrate the impact and importance of all types of libraries:
By Amy Zimmer - April 10, 2017
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At our library we often get questions about where to find a listing of salaries for state-funded university faculty and staff. Many univers...
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