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Valerie Hawkins

Valerie Hawkins

Library Reference Specialist at the Library of the American Library Association
Trombone Shorty - Fire And Brimstone -
Trombone Shorty - Fire And Brimstone
No treble?? RT @dancohen: Yes, my synagogue just sent me an email with the subject line “It’s All About the Bass"
President Obama's Statement on Keeping the Internet Open and Free -
President Obama's Statement on Keeping the Internet Open and Free
Video: Tom Hiddleston reads from Shakespeare's 'thrilling' first folio | via @Telegraph From 22 Nov 2013 (original)
RT @sesamestreet: Elmo’s cousins run a hotel in the UK called @TheFurchester. #45SesameFacts
Tom Hiddleston reads from Shakespeare's 'thrilling' first folio: via @YouTube
Tom Hiddleston reads from Shakespeare's 'thrilling' first folio: via @YouTube
Daughter of a school librarian (!) and 4th generation Baptist minister in Greensboro, NC: AG nominee Loretta Lynch
RT @bannedlibrary: The library is excited about the Librarians television series. Can't wait to see the episode that handles shelf reading.
RT @MuseumModernArt: MoMA opened 85 years ago today! Our first exhibition? "Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, Van Gogh."
RT @LisaYee1: Is there any reason I should keep these?
RT @shedd_aquarium: @alalibraryval we're working on it -- stayed tuned for an update!
RT @Discovery: ICYMI: Orphaned Otter Pup Arrives at Shedd Aquarium >>
RT @ABC7Chicago: The orphaned otter pup rescued and brought to the Shedd for care is learning how to swim -->
Even better :)! RT @skeskali: @alalibraryval @younglibrarian And it looks like Curtin and Newhart will appear.
Yes indeed! :) RT @ALA_Booklist:Welcome to the Twitterverse Adult Books editor @Booklist_Brad and Adult Books senior editor @Booklist_Donna!
RT @HESherman: In London tourism & movie promo, celeb dress Paddington Bear:
There is no “versus”: What book/ebook debates get wrong. | Spartan Ideas -
October 29, 2014 Spencer Greenhalgh - Valerie Hawkins
Indexer Locator | American Society for Indexing -
Indexer Locator Our unique search engine is ready to help you find the member you need! Simply enter the keyword you want in the space below and click the "Search" button. Search by name or keyword: - Valerie Hawkins
Placements & Salaries 2014: Public, Academic, and Special Libraries -
By Stephanie L. Maatta on October 15, 2014 - Valerie Hawkins
RT @ASIndexing: Need a book indexer? Publishers, use our Indexer Locator to find the perfect expert for your book project.
RT @ChicagoMag: A new exhibit recreates 32 iconic images with John Malkovich
RT @paleycenter: #ThisDayinMedia In '01 Joss Whedon’s #Buffy the Vampire Slayer presents a musical #oncemorewithfeeling @whedonesque
RT @Mediabistro: Here’s What Social Media Would've Looked Like in the 1980s (via @alltwtr)
Election Day Results: Citizens Vote 'Yes' on Library Funding | American Libraries Magazine - http://www.americanlibrariesma...
Posted Wednesday, November 5, 2014 - 15:04 By Brad Knutson Election Day 2014 turned out to be a success for many library systems across the country seeking to raise or continue funding. Here are some early returns on local library victories: - Valerie Hawkins
Libraries lend a hand to development - The Globe and Mail -
JOSH O’KANE The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Nov. 03 2014, 4:34 PM EST Last updated Monday, Nov. 03 2014, 4:34 PM EST In a city often focused on history, it is a glistening monument to the future: Halifax’s new central library, set to open on Spring Garden Road by the end of the year, is no ode to the paper books of libraries past. It’s designed to be a gathering place, a learning space and an innovation centre. What will happen inside the building, though, may have less of an impact on the city than what happens around it. The Halifax Regional Municipality is consciously using the $57.6-million library to attract development along Spring Garden’s bustling retail corridor. - Valerie Hawkins
2014 Library Elections - First Look at November | EveryLibrary -
2014 Library Elections – First Look at November Post on November 5, 2014 by John Chrastka tagged: 2014 first look, first look, november 2014 Here’s our “first look” at over 75 library elections around the country last night, November 4, 2014. All vote totals are unofficial. As ‘official and verified’ tallies come in from Clerks of Election, we will be updating this analysis. In addition, some jurisdictions have not reported as of 4:00pm CST today. Those races have been omitted from this early analysis. November 2014 Elections tracked: 77 | 68 with unofficial results available Wins for libraries: 55 Losses for libraries: 14 EveryLibrary “FIRST LOOK DATA” in EXCEL – read only - - Valerie Hawkins
RT @SmithsonianMag: How the word "ok" was invented 175 years ago
RT @adage: U.S. brands' digital ad spending will overtake their TV budgets in 2016, per Forrester
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