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An Eco-Librarians Course?

Wow! A recent post on the Libraries, Information and Sustainability blog indicates that an eco-librarians course is in the works at the University of Wisconsin SLIS.  More information about the course can be found in Anna Palmer’s post Eco-Librarians Continuing Education Course. It sounds as though Pam Bosben, Director of the Rosemary Garfoot Public Library in Wisconsin will be developing the course.

The Rosemary Garfoot Library is the first LEED-certified library in Wisconsin. An excellent presentation by Pamela Bosben and others involved describes how they achieved LEED certification. A link to it is available on the Green Libraries page of this blog, under the American Libraries heading. It is definitely worth visiting!


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  1. […] libraries Tags: Environment, Green libraries, Librarians, professional development In a previous post, I highlighted that an Eco-Librarians course was on the horizon. The online, continuing education […]

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