Legislative Roundup for Georgia Libraries

Photo from Flickr User dgphilli. Used under the Creative Commons license.

Photo from Flickr User dgphilli. Used under the Creative Commons license.

Wondering how Georgia’s legislature affects our libraries? Tune in on Wednesday, July 15 at 2 pm for a webinar with state librarian Julie Walker. She’ll review the 2015 legislative session, which included funding for six public library construction projects; she’ll also discuss the legislative issues that affect libraries today and what to keep an eye on during next year’s session.

This webinar is appropriate for all staff members and all types of libraries.

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Author:Julia Huprich

Julia Huprich joined the Georgia Public Library Service in March 2015 as the director of Training and Continuing Education. Prior to becoming a part of the GPLS team, she served as the head of digital services and communications at the Cobb County Public Library System, where she built websites, bought eBooks, wrote press releases, developed tech exploration programs for the public, and drove her coworkers bananas with her unbridled enthusiasm. When she’s not at work, you can find her running marathons until her feet bleed and developing software as part of her second masters degree program. Since she never sleeps, you can also find her blogging, sometimes, at www.juliachuprich.com and tweeting, sometimes, @juliahuprich.

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