Hoover, Emmalee
November 2009
Kentucky Libraries;Fall2009, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p2
Academic Journal
The article offers updates related to libraries in Kentucky. The author mentions a pre-conference workshop in which she had a tour at Oldham County Public Library in LaGrange to discover how new libraries are becoming green and its benefits to students, staff and visitors. In addition, she commends the work of the Office of Library Advocacy (OLA) in which the efforts of advocates seeking to improve libraries of all types are supported.


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