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Blackdom, New Mexico

The reference librarians at the New Mexico State Library are working hard to continue to answer your research questions, despite these unusual times. If you haven’t already, we encourage you […]

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Summer Reading in New Mexico

Summer is halfway over for the public libraries of New Mexico and that means halfway through a different kind of Summer Reading Program. Gone are the filled meeting rooms with […]

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July Online Training Opportunities – FREE

Check out the Professional Development Calendar for more information and to register for the following FREE online training opportunities: ADVOCACY July 1: Libraries in the Time of COVID… a discussion […]

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Employment Opportunity: Senior Library Specialist (2 Vacancies) Los Alamos County Library System

For more information and to apply, click here. SR LIBRARY SPECIALIST JOB TITLE: Sr. Library Specialist JOB CODE: 317 CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Community Services/Library SUPERVISOR: Sr. Librarian, Librarian or Designee […]

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Lt. Gov. Morales Joins DCA, State Libraries in Pushing Summer Reading Program to Kids Across New Mexico

The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs and the New Mexico State Library have enlisted the help of Lt. Gov. Howie Morales in promoting the importance of reading for children. […]

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LIS eBooks: New Mexico Reads

Attention Librarians of New Mexico! The New Mexico State Library is pleased to offer a new eBook resource — New Mexico Reads. Good news for librarians — New Mexico Reads […]

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Census Slogans Over the Decades

Take a look at the 2020 Census website to see what Census slogans and posters were like over the decades. For more information and resources to promote completion of the […]

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Employment Opportunity: Reference Library Thomas Branigan Memorial Library

Librarian (Reference) Salary   $37,353.81 – $56,030.72 Annually Location   Las Cruces, NM Job Type   Full-time Regular Department   Quality of Life Job Number  F059 06-20 JV Closing 6/29/2020 11:59 PM Mountain Description […]

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ARSL Conference Update

Taken from an ARSL email: #ARSL2020 to be held virtually Members, Advocates, and Friends,  The ARSL Conference Committee Chairs and members of the ARSL Board recently met to discuss our […]

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New Mexico’s Past in Print

Digging into the historic New Mexico newspaper collection at the New Mexico State Library has once again unearthed interesting snippets from our past. Have you heard of the New Mexico […]

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