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New wiki for Anniversaries and new library page

With a number of Federal Depository Libraries celebrating important anniversaries, I was pleased to stumble across the Library Anniversary Celebrations wiki.

I was so happy to see a community generated resource like this, that I’ve created a page for this and similar projects. It’s called the Library Community Projects page and will link to efforts that appear to well up from within the depository community, focus on either government information or depository libraries and are open to editing from outside the group that started the project.

Do you have such a project? Let us know in comments or an e-mail to dnlcornwall AT alaska.net. This weekend is the Alaska Library Association conference, so sites suggested before Monday won’t be up until next week unless my fellow volunteers take pity on me and post links before then!

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