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Sustainable Libraries initiative releases updated Road Map to Sustainability mobile app with support from OCLC – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 3/24/22

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Library Technology Guides reports that “With support from OCLC, the Sustainable Libraries Initiative has released an updated, mobile app version of their ‘Road Map to Sustainability’ for Android and iOS users. This mobile app is a portable, interactive version of their award-winning ‘Roadmap to Sustainability’ that has been recognized by the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions through their “Green Library” award…”


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The Program Schedule for NASIG’s 37th Annual Conference in Baltimore, MD is up!
Come explore the preliminary schedule for the 37th NASIG Conference!  Registration is available here.  The onsite conference will be held at the beautiful Baltimore Waterfront Marriott.  

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Webinar Recording: “FORAGE: the Hunt for Existing Data Citations” According to infoDOCKET The Make Data Count webinar video linked below was recorded on March 17, 2022. You can learn more about the webinar and upcoming webinars in the series here.

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