Beginning July 1, GPLS will deliver a multitude of e-learning opportunities
to eligible library staff across the state using the cloud-based Skillport
learning management system.
A new exhibit touring Georgia public libraries gives a uniquely local perspective on the role of African-Americans in World War II as well as the struggles of the civil rights movement and its connection to the
lessons of the Holocaust.
Celebrated Georgia author, Terry Kay, has been selected for the Best Friend Award presented by Friends of Georgia Libraries (FOGL), the non-profit organization and statewide voice for Georgia's libraries.
The Georgia General Assembly budget for fiscal year 2014 includes $4.5 million in bond funds for three new library construction projects and $3,995,000 in bonds to fund repair-and-renovation projects and to replace computer equipment statewide.
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.