With operating and materials budgets again stuck at levels well below those of the prior decade, library systems and staff were forced in 2014 to be more creative than ever in their quest to provide the blend of electronic resources and traditional services that residents demand and depend on.
The talking book centers in Rome, Augusta and Macon closed for walk-in customers as of Jan. 1; patron support services for those areas now provided from Atlanta.
The cumulative value of Georgia Public Library Service's strategic partnership programs is poised to exceed $10 million this December -- that's $10 million worth of experiences for Georgia residents.
The Georgia Center for the Book has selected the works of 22 prizewinning authors and illustrators with Georgia connections to be named to the 2014 lists of "Books All Georgians Should Read" and "Books All Young Georgians Should Read."
The new issue of Georgia County Government features great coverage of the way public libraries are building better communities through and impacting people's lives.