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Published on Jan 2, 2011
This "sampler" will give you a snapshot of the current Le@d courses available online.
Lifelong Education @ Desktop began in 2003 as a joint project between the University of North Texas School of Library and Information Sciences and the Northeast Texas Library System. LE@D was originally developed as a way for small, rural libraries to get the continuing education and training they needed without creating a hardship on the community. Although LE@D was originally directed at a public library audience, more than 20,000 staff from school, academic, public, and special libraries have taken the courses. In 2006, LE@D was named a provider of courses for the Certified Public Library Administrator program of the American Library Association.
150 All Time Greatest Most Important Absolutely Essential Classical Masterpieces
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