2014 Sponsors and Partners

Founding Partner:

San Jose State University

The San José State University (SJSU) School of Information prepares individuals for careers as information professionals. Graduates work in diverse areas of the information profession, such as user experience design, digital asset management, information architecture, electronic records management, information governance, digital preservation, and librarianship. The SJSU School of Information offers several online educational programs, including a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science, which is fully accredited by the American Library Association, and a Master’s degree in Archives and Records Administration. All programs are delivered online, and the SJSU School of Information is a recognized leader in online education. Dr. Sandra Hirsh, director of the SJSU iSchool, is co-chair of the Library 2.0 virtual conferences. More info: http://ischool.sjsu.edu.

To be considered as a conference sponsoring partner, please email steve@hargadon.com.

Counting Opinions

Facing constant competitive challenges, libraries and library organizations need better tools to understand and manage customer needs and to compete more effectively for scarce resources. In business since 2004, Counting Opinions provides libraries and library organizations with a cost-effective, evidence-based management solutions platform for the comprehensive management of their performance and customer satisfaction data. Solutions for custom surveys, open-ended customer feedback, trends, reading club management, benchmarking, outcomes and peer comparisons are also available.


Follett is the largest provider of educational materials and technology solutions to PreK-12 libraries, classrooms, learning centers and school districts in the United States, and a major supplier to educational institutions worldwide. Follett distributes books, reference materials, digital resources, eBooks and audiovisual materials, as well as pre-owned textbooks. Follett also is one of the leading providers of integrated educational technology for the management of physical and digital assets, the tracking, storing and analyzing of academic data, and digital learning environment tools for the classroom focusing on student achievement.


The Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries (CISSL), as the leading international center dedicated to school libraries worldwide, provides an arena for the international community of school library scholars and practitioners to generate produce and share a substantial body of rigorous research on the dynamics and impacts of school libraries on student learning. CISSL enables the adoption, adaptation, and transformation of systematic research to practice. The center provides professional development that supports the implementation of research findings to the learning-centered practice of school libraries.

Wilson Consulting

Wilson Entertainment and Consulting LLC is a consulting service providing professional development workshops and job-embedded assistance to teachers and administrators in integrating technology into the Common Core Curriculum. Teachers and teaching are still the most effective way to educate students in the 21st Century. However the 21st Century has provided many new and innovative tools for teachers to use. To this end, it is imperative that educators learn as much about these tools as possible. Our workshops and onsite help cover various topics including flipping classrooms, using social media in the classroom, preparing engaging multi-media presentations, capturing and editing audio and video content for use in the classroom, using cameras in the classroom, screencasting, creating an online presence, and maintaining an engaged classroom. Larry Wilson is a retired classroom teacher with 17 years in the classroom and he understands how to make technology meaningful for teachers. Feel free to contact him for further information at hsvlarry@gmail.com or 501.915.2991.


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Partner Organizations:

Partner organizations are listed below. Our goal for the conference is to have it be a milestone event, bringing together organizations and individuals from all over the world. We recognize that much of the outreach for this conference will come from libraries, schools, or organizations who advertise the conference to their memberships, and we want to recognize and 'reward' those who do this.

Whether you are a small school library or a multi-national organization, we want to encourage you to become a conference partner. You apply at http://www.library20.com/page/partner-application and must be non-commercial and primarily or substantively focused on libraries, librarians, librarianship, or library programs to be approved. Once approved, your organization will be listed with a link, logo, and a short description; and you will be provided with a 'spotlight' speaker session in the conference.

There are no financial obligations for being a partner organization--all we ask is that you actively promote the conference to your membership and network, and encourage participation as well as presentations and submissions.


ACRL Librarianship in For-Profit Educational Institutions
The Association of College and Research Libraries, Librarians in For-Profit Educational Institutions Interest Group (ACRL LF-PEI) is charged with providing a forum for librarians in for-profit educational institutions to network, share knowledge, and collaborate on tasks, direction, and issues specific to their roles within the for-profit education industry; facilitating discussions and programs related to identifying best practices, trends, and technologies aiding librarians for alignment with institutional outcomes, student learning objectives, accreditation standards, government principles, and other guidelines specific to the for-profit higher education industry; providing information and education to libraries and other academic professionals about the role of librarians in for-profit educational institutions; and advocacting for librarians and library resources and services in for-profit educational institutions and the field of librarianship and academia as a whole.

AIESEC Sierra Leone
Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (AIESEC; pronounced aie-sec) is a global youth organization that develops leadership capabilities through their internal and external leadership programs and engages students and graduates in international student exchange and internship programs for profit and non-profit organizations. The acronym stands for International Economic and Commercial Sciences Students Association, however the acronym is no longer in use as it is outdated. Its international office is in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

ALA International Relations Round Table
Our mission is to promote interest in library issues and librarianship worldwide; to help coordinate international activities within the American Library Association, serving as a liaison between the International Relations Committee and those members of the Association interested in international relations; to develop programs and activities which further the international objectives of ALA; and to provide hospitality and information to visitors from abroad.

Algerian Association of Teachers of English ( AATE )
The Algerian Association of Teachers of English AATE brings together Algerian English teachers in conferences, training workshops, seminars, publishing newsletters, teaching documents, and materials to assist teachers in their career development. Members of the association are not only teachers, but also retired teachers, students, teacher-training institutions and departments of English language in universities.

American Institutes for Research
PowerUp WHAT WORKS is your free pathway to “anytime, anyplace” professional learning opportunities. If you are a teacher, principal, school leader, PD coordinator, or teacher educator, PowerUp offers you customizable resources to improve teaching and learning for struggling students and those with disabilities. It weaves together four key areas: Evidence-based practices; Common Core State Standards (CCSS); Technology in schools and classrooms; Personalization of learning through UDL and differentiated instruction.

American Library Association
American Library Association (ALA): The global, regional, and local association that connects tens of thousands of librarians, their ideas, and their innovations, providing a comprehensive gateway to library-related resources, opportunities, and communities. ALA is proud to join the Library 2.014 celebration of innovation, sharing content and expertise. ALA’s mission is to provide leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning and ensure access to information for all. You can keep up with ALA and other library-related news and information by at http://www.americanlibrariesmagazine.org/.

ANBPR is the most representative professional organization of librarians, including over 3,300 active members in 41 counties in Romania and has promoted for the last 20 years the concept of a public library system at Community level by providing services tailored to the current needs of users. Its constituency consists of 255 disadvantaged rural communities, which have previously received ICT infrastructure and assistance under a project funded by World Bank. The project established local Info Centres providing services to the citizens in rural areas in order to improve their knowledge & access to information. ANBPR is interested in e-inclusion services for people with low & basic skills and is committed to widening participation in democratic education through links with local communities and has experience in providing support needed in small and medium towns areas. As part of the International Global Libraries Initiative, facilitates citizens’ access to modern technology.

Architecture_MPS is a research group and peer reviewed academic journal. It is a forum for the analysis of architecture, landscape and urbanism in the mediated, politicised environment of contemporary culture and society. It sees the definition, debates and concerns of the built environment as intrinsic to those at the heart of other social, cultural and political discourses. The territory it seeks to explore is an overlaid terrain in which the physical, material and the environmental are critically examined through the prism of the cultural, the mediatic, the social and the political. Architecture_MPS also functions as a platform for publication but, uniquely, also operates as a resource repository. Run by librarians and information professionals, the repository offers up-to-date materials and listings for research. It represents the combining of research materials and related academic publications on a single platform. We also run an internship scheme for MLS students and recent graduates.

Association of California School Administrators
The Association of California School Administrators was established in 1971. ACSA is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the nation, serving more than 16,000 school leaders. The mission of ACSA is to support California’s educational leaders; ensure all students have the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel; and champion public education. More than two dozen job-alike and issue-oriented councils and committees, a board of directors and a delegate assembly keep ACSA focused on school leadership and on education policy issues at the local, state and federal levels.

Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL)
The Association of Caribbean University, Research, and Institutional Libraries (ACURIL) is the organization that represents the interests of libraries, archives, museums in the region. It is the continuing education and professional development organization that .since 1969, caters to the needs and anticipate the demands of its constituents in the English, Spanish, French and Dutch islands, through annual conferences, with special interest groups and special content area groups.

Australian Library and Information Association
The Australian Library and Information Association is the national professional organisation for the Australian library and information services sector. Together we seek to empower the profession through the development, promotion and delivery of quality library and information services to the nation, through leadership, advocacy and mutual professional support.

Badge List
We are an Open Badges issuing platform. We want to help your conference build and issue Mozilla Open Badges to presenters, attendees , partners and sponsors.

California Library Association
The California Library Association provides leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of library services, librarianship, and the library community. We help members excel in a fast-changing job market. We're a resource for learning about new ideas and technology, and we actively work to influence legislation affecting libraries and librarians.

California School Library Association
California School Library Association is a professional association for California school teacher librarians and other school library personnel. The association advocates for excellence in school libraries, develops leaders in the school library field, and collaborates with other educational leaders to ensure that all California students are effective and responsible users and creators of ideas and information.

Ceser Publications
The main aim of the International Journal of Library Science™ (ISSN 0975 – 7546) is to publish refereed, well-written original research articles, and studies that describe the latest research and developments in the area of library Science and information. This is a broad-based journal covering all area of library Science, technology, information and interdisciplinary research. The library science is an interdisciplinary field that applies the practices, perspectives and tools of management, information technology, education and other areas to libraries. The collection, organization, preservation, and dissemination of information resources; and the political economy of information are also included in library science.International Journal of Library Science (IJLS) is a peer-reviewed journal and published two times in a year.

Colegiul National Al. Odobescu
The school has 1000 students. Expertise as: computer science, natural sciences and languages.

Department of Information and Library Studies Szent István University, Hungary
The department is resposible for the education of fulltime and part time students, studying for a Bachelor os Arts (BA) degree in LIS. We also cater for the computing education of other student who study non-LIS subjects our Faculty of Applied Arts and Pedagogy.

Department of Information Management, Hacettepe University
The Department of Information Management (IM) has been a leading centre for teaching and research in information studies since its establishment in 1972 as department of librarianship. The Department’s name has been changed to Information Management in 2001. From the beginning, the department has adopted an interdisciplinary approach in both teaching and research. As far as teaching is concerned, the main objective of the department is to create for its students the kind of academic and intellectual environment in which they can acquire the best possible professional knowledge in theoretical and empirical issues.

Department of Library Science Faculty of Arts Chulalongkorn University
Chulalongkorn University’s Faculty of Arts Department of Library Science is recognized as the first library school in Thailand. The department is also one of the national pioneers of offering an undergraduate program in Information Studies (IS) and a master’s program in Library and Information Science (LIS).Many taught modules of ours become prototypes for curriculum development in other national universities. We plan to offer a PhD program in LIS within five years (ca 2017). Our area of specialization will focus on human-information interaction (HII) in the Thai context.

Development Initiative for South Asians
DISA works to connect the development professionals as well as organizations to leverage opportunities and communicate faster to deliver the results. Our work is guided by our objective ‘Discover, Connect and Share for the Better World in South Asian perspective’. Our strength is our supporters, members and development sector professionals who believe in their choice of profession and believe in continuous development themselves with search and share the knowledge.

Earl Center for Learning and Innovation - Wheelock College
The Earl Center for Learning and Innovation is the learning and curriculum resource center of Wheelock College. For over 125 years Wheelock College has been educating teachers, social workers and other students in the helping professions. The motto of Wheelock is Making the world better for children and families. In this vein the Earl Center strives to support the students, faculty and the Wheelock community in exploring, inventing and learning in a facility that ranges in activities from makerspace to curriculum center.

Eclat Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
Éclat Engineering is a Software Solution & Services Company offering premium services to Libraries for content access, storage, retrieval and target-based delivery. We offer hosting services for RemoteXs; a simple to operate digital library solution for online subscribed resources and internal digital resources of a library and Pre-configured Koha ILS. RemoteXs has enabled all leading institutions (academic or research) in optimizing usage of the precious eResources and nurturing research interests of faculty and their students.Éclat’s team of qualified Library and IT professionals offers a Cloud-based Pre-configured mainstream Koha ILS services with international data-standards to all Libraries, big or small which value user-centric approach and take advantage of modern tech-tools.

Ed-Links-Morocco aims to promote Language education by connecting students, teachers and supervisors to useful resources. Ed-Links-Morocco suggests annotated links to educational web sites containing lesson plans, curriculum resource materials, teaching tools, continuous assessment item banks as well as tutorials for the injection of ICT into on-going learning/teaching/supervisory practices. .

Education and English for You (EEFY)
We are a new Non Government Organization that operates in field of Education and English langauge. Our Oorganization is entitled Education and English for You (EEFY). We make the promotion of both education and English language. We are located in Cote d'Ivoire. The number of staff that are involved in this project is 25.You can follow our activities via https://www.facebook.com/ngoeefy or www.eefy.webs.com.

Escuela Superior Francisco Mendoza
La Escuela Francisco Mendoza ofrece un nivel escolar de Superior en el pueblo de Isabela, Puerto Rico. La Escuela Publica Francisco Mendoza tiene localizado sus facilidades fisicas en Calle Corchado en el area de ISABELA, Puerto Rico.

Facet Publishing
Facet Publishing, the commercial publishing and bookselling arm of CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, is the leading publisher of books for library and information professionals worldwide.

Games for Change
Games for Change facilitates the creation and distribution of social impact games that serve as critical tools in humanitarian and educational efforts. Since 2004, we've to further grow the field of social impact games by convening multiple stakeholders, highlighting best practices, incubating games, and helping create and direct investment into new projects.

GEMS World Academy-Chicago
GEMS World Academy - Chicago is part of the GEMS Education network. From grades JK to 12th grade, our passionate and driven team of educators engages our students with a values-driven education focused on academic excellence. Our students develop character, creativity, personal leadership and entrepreneurial skills necessary to become future global citizens and world leaders

GGSS Anjuman
This is a girls secondary (high) school. We have 800 students and 30 teachers in our school. Students are enrolled from Grade 6 to Grade 10. In Std. 9 they can choose among the two groups (Arts and Science). We have 8 subjects from std. 6 to 8 and 5 subjects each in std 9 & 10. Our students take part in co-curricular activities like sports, debates, drama, singing, quiz competitions etc.

Global Education Magazine
Global Education Magazine is inspired by universal values of the Declaration of Emerging Human Rights that aims to contribute to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by United Nations (MDGs) which is supported by the Regional Offices of Latin America and the Caribbean of UNESCO and UNHCR. An initiative launched by the teaching team that formulated the proposal most voted in the group “Sustainable Development for the Eradication of Poverty in Rio+20”. Global Education Magazine is an educational e-journal with international character that seeks to promote ideas and experiences from the work of educational professionals, as well as NGOs, Voluntary Associations, Supranational, National, Regional and Local Institutions and Organizations, that struggle every day to achieve the MDGs

Global Healthcare Information Network
Our main project is HIFA2015 (Healthcare Information For All by 2015), a global campaign and email discussion forum working for a future where people are no longer dying for lack of basic healthcare knowledge. We are 6000 professionals from more than 2000 organisations in 167 countries, working to explore how to improve the availability of healthcare knowledge in low- and middle-income countries. We are supported by more than 170 leading health and development organisations. We also run groups in French and Portuguese, in collaboration with WHO.

Great Public Schools Network
The Great Public Schools Network is a place where teachers, parents, school support professionals, and community members share ideas and resources to improve student success. It is free and open to all!

ibri College of Applied Sciences
Academic Programs: Bachelor of Design Program Bachelor of Information Technology Program Diploma Program Foundation Program Academic Departments: Design Department IT Department English Language Department General Requirements Department

Information Architecture Institute
The Information Architecture Institute is a professional organization, supporting individuals and organizations specializing in the design and construction of shared information environments. IA Institute is operated by a dedicated, multi-national group of people. Volunteering our own resources, we aspire to build bridges to related disciplines and organizations. We invite you to join us in advancing the concept, craft and community of Information Architecture.

Information New Wave
Information New Wave is an international organization seeking to enhance the education of communities, library users, students, information professionals from diverse ethnic groups in the USA and in developing countries. As a multicultural organization, we work with partners to identify needs and design solutions to enhance the quality of programs and services provided by libraries, schools and information centers in different regions of the globe. Services are free.

Information Studies Group, Queensland University of Technology
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is a highly successful Australian university with an applied emphasis in courses and research. Based in Brisbane Australia, with a global outlook, it has 40,000 students, including 6000 from overseas, and an annual budget of more than AU$500 million. QUT's Information Studies group is one of the most active in Australia. The group has a dynamic and active teaching and research culture. It offers both face to face and online degrees that can be tailored to meet your individual needs. With over 30 research students and strong connections with partners internationally the group provides the ideal environment to develop your research skill and knowledge.

International Librarians Network
The International Librarians Network (ILN) peer mentoring program is a facilitated program aimed at helping librarians develop international networks. We believe that innovation and inspiration can cross borders, and that spreading our networks beyond our home countries can make us better at what we do. The ILN is run by volunteers all around the world and is open to anyone working in the library and information industry at no cost. The only requirements to participate are an Internet connection, fluent English skills, an hour each week and a desire to build professional connections and learn from colleagues.

iSchool Initiative
The iSchool Initiative vision is to revolutionize the American education system through technology and promote a new, creative culture of lifelong learning. To motivate teachers and administrators while also acclimating them to the Digital Learning Revolution (DLR), iSchool Initiative (iSi) first introduced the students-teaching-teachers approach to Professional Development (PD). This technique supplies answers as to why more technology should be incorporated in the classroom while simultaneously instructing teachers how to optimally use mobile devices.

Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots
Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots is the youth-led community action and learning program of the Jane Goodall Institute. The program builds on the legacy and vision of Dr. Jane Goodall to place the power and responsibility for creating community-based solutions to big challenges in the hands of the young people. Through the program, young people map their community to identify specific challenges their neighborhoods face. From there, they prioritize the problems, develop a plan for a solution, and take action.

K12Online Conference
This is a FREE, asynchronous, online education conference open to EVERYONE. It is organized by educators for educators around the world interested in integrating emerging technologies into classroom practice. A goal of the conference (among several) is to help educators make sense of and meet the needs of a continually changing learning landscape. During the October conference each year, presentations are posted to our conference blog. The conference begins with a pre-conference keynote followed by two weeks of daily presentations. 40 presentations are published in four different strands, with four presentations posted per day. Since the conference is asynchronous you don't need to worry about time zones. View the presentations on-demand whenever it's convenient for you. Archived conference presentations from previous years are also available and accessible from the navigation links (organized by year) at the top of our blog. Our WONDERFUL keynote speakers and strand presenters make our conference an outstanding and ongoing learning experience for educators worldwide. Many schools and districts use these recordings throughout the year to provide professional development for their teachers by viewing them together and extending the experience with discussion, hands-on time and action planning. The K12 Online Conference is a total volunteer effort and is envisioned, planned and implemented by 4 co-convenors, several volunteers who also serve as organizers, and a fabulous group of volunteer presenters.

Kaiser Library
Kaiser Library, located in the Kaiser Mahal, Kathmandu on the ground floor of Kaiser Mahal. The collection which totals around 28,000 books, is derived from a personal collection of the Field Marshal Kaiser Shumsher Rana. .It covers a wide range of subjects including history, law, art, religion, philosophy etc. and a Sanskrit manual of ‘Tantra’, believed to be over 1000 years old. The Kaiser Library is situated in the Kaiser Mahal a central city of Kathmandu valley, and right in front of the Western Gate of the Narayan Hiti Royal Palace. Kaiser Mahal was the residence of Late Field Marshal Kaiser Shamsher Jung Bahadur Rana son of the late Prime Minister Chandra Shamsher Jung Bahadur Rana.The Kaiser Library itself is unique in terms of art, architecture, cultural heritage, photographs, and paintings mingled at one place. Kaiser Library is one of the unique and oldest Libraries in Nepal. It was established in 2026 B.S. (1969 A.D.) with the donated of personal collection by Her Hiness Krishna Chandra Devi Rana as per the will and in memory of her late husband Field Marshal Kaiser Shumsher Jang Bahadur Rana since its establishment Kaiser Library has been operating under the Ministry of Education Government of Nepal as an independent authority in itself. The Library has a total of 60,000 books, documents and pictures aving historical importance.

Kyusa is a registered NGO in Uganda that empowers youth especially school dropouts to turn their passions into sustainable careers. This is done through the development of skills in ICT, employable skills as well as entrepreneurship. This is coupled with free online learning, career based mentoring and apprenticeship. At the end of the program, the youth are empowered to start their own ventures and equipped to thrive in the labour market.90% of the youth that go through the program are able to successfully launch and scale their ventures with in three to six months after the program.

The New Zealand Library Association Inc. (operating as LIANZA) is the professional organisation for the New Zealand library and information management profession. LIANZA works for library and information professionals in New Zealand Aotearoa by building communities to represent their professional interests and provides professional development services to them. LIANZA also works with library and information organisations to support the delivery of library and information services that are vital to the economic, social, and cultural wellbeing of New Zealand Aotearoa.

Librarians Without Borders
Librarians Without Borders (LWB) is an action-oriented non-profit organization that addresses the vast information resource inequity existing between different regions of the world. Our vision is to build sustainable libraries and support their custodians and advocates — librarians. LWB is powered by a volunteer Executive Team, Board of Directors, and library-science students across Canada.

Librarianship in For-Profit Educational Institutions Group (LF-PEI)
The purpose of ALA LF-PEI is to provide an opportunity for librarians in for-profit educational institution to network, share knowledge, join together to advocate for issues that specifically affect them, and to recruit new members for ACRL from librarians who are not currently ACRL members.

Library of Congress FEDLINK
FEDLINK is an organization of federal agencies working together to achieve optimum use of the resources and facilities of federal libraries and information centers by promoting common services, coordinating and sharing available resources, and providing continuing professional education. Originally established by the Librarian of Congress in 1963, FEDLINK serves as a forum for discussion of the policies, programs, procedures and technologies that affect federal libraries and the information services they provide to their agencies, to the Congress, the federal courts and the American people.

Lubuto Library Project, Inc.
The Lubuto Library Project, Inc. is an innovative library development organization that creates opportunities for equitable education and poverty reduction through libraries and related educational, cultural, community and psychosocial support programs in Sub-Saharan African countries, beginning in Zambia, where its model is being developed. Lubuto works in partnership with non-profit, professional, and governmental organizations to construct libraries based on traditional architecture, to provide book collections and information and communication technology (ICT), and to offer services and programs that enhance learning and self-expression. Lubuto serves as an advocate for vulnerable children and teens by creating an inclusive and welcoming environment and through training library colleagues to provide services that address its nation’s development priorities.

Medawalabu University
Madawalbu University is the one young and developing University among Ethiopian Universities.which is located about 430 KM from the capital city of Ethiopia. Currently, our University have schools, 43 departments and 4 libraries and we are on building digital library.

Mediateka of Szczecin Academy of Art
Mediateka is the library of Szczecin Academy of Art – the very first Polish higher education institution which combines programmes for both visual and musical disciplines. Mediateka is oriented to support modern academic education in the field of broadly defined art – including music, painting, interior architecture, design, graphics and new media – in both practical and theoretical aspects. To reach that goal, Mediateka offers the collection of traditional materials: printed books and printed music, as well as e-books and various carriers with music recordings and films. It also provides an access to numerous renown databases and archives online. All the resources are available for the Academy’s professors and students, but – unlike most of Polish academic libraries – also for other users from our town and country.

Mediterranean Center for Innovation in Education
The Mediterranean Center for Innovation in Education is a think thank dedicated to fostering rich dialogue, networking and innovative practice in international schools across the Mediterranean region. Based in Sotogrande, on the western tip of Spain’s beautiful Costa del Sol, it holds a variety of workshops, institutes and idea summits that fuse cutting edge research with innovative educational trends and paradigms. Participants in one of the Center’s institutes have the chance to interact with engaging and exciting educational ideas — such as the infusion of 21st century coaching and mentoring, game-based learning theory, blended learning, teacher-led action research, and visible thinking — as well as join a cohort of colleagues from other international schools. The Center facilitates ongoing dialogue and collaboration after the conclusion of all its activities, through a hosted digital platform that keeps cohorts connected and networking to continue the transformation of their practice.

Mesa Public Library
The Mesa Public Library has many services both in-house and online to support homeschooling. Homeschool groups can come for tours of the libraries, work on research projects, use our computers, and attend classes and activities geared for children of all ages. Mesa Public Library cardholders can access our online databases for research, entertainment, or edification purposes. Many of the databases we subscribe to are used in colleges but are free for our patrons. We look forward to showing you all the free services available at the Mesa Public Library!

Michigan State University, Master's of Arts in Educational Technology Programs
The Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) at Michigan State University prepares teachers, administrators, and other educational professionals for the thoughtful use of technologies to support teaching and learning in a range of educational environments. The program draws on current theories of learning and development to understand the role of technology in learning and instruction.

MIT School of Telecom Management (MITSOT), an AICTE approved Management Institution, is a constituent of MAEER's MIT, which has a legacy of 28 glorious years of excellence in education. Established in the year 2007, MITSOT has proven to be a leading institution & premier place of learning in the country and attracts the best & brightest students. MITSOT, strives to build premium quality manpower with Techno-managerial skills, to act as 'Business Leaders' & 'Change Managers', in the various fields. MITSOT being backed, guided & supported by the industry- academia blends the best of the Technical & Managerial skills in its curriculum design & course delivery mechanism, to mould students into the most sought after & highly valued breed of future managers, professionals and entrepreneurs.

650+ Local community of inter-disciplinary technology startup focused entrepreneurs

OneAfricanChild is a non profit initiative founded primarily to aide children on the African soil into realizing their true identity and place in the society they belong. We serve by executing community projects that seeks to educate and transform the lives of children through sustainable empowerment.

Pakistan Librarians Welfare Organization (PLWO)
Pakistan Librarians Welfare Organization (PLWO) is a non-profit body working for the promotion of library & information professionals in Pakistan. PLWO is dedicated to transform professionals from librarian to “teacher of teachers”. Organization’s multidimensional approach equips librarians with adequate professional skills to bring them with modern library management practices of the modern world. We have realized that library profession has been going ostracized as there is no proper body that can take care of the community. PLWO has arranged lot of workshops, seminars and symposiums to equip the library professionals with modern technology.

Pakistan Library Association
The PLA is responsible to look after the interest of the professional librarians and to work for the development and improvement of libraries both in formal and informal sectors of education and research. The PLA also acts as a liaison between Pakistani organizations with similar aims and objective and international library organizations. It also managed to create a better image of librarians in the society.

Pakistan Library Automation Group
Pakistan Library Automation Group (PakLAG) a not-for-profit trust, came into existence in year 2000, when some young professionals from the field of Library & Information Science wanted to institutionalize their volunteer work. Lahore based activity soon spread all over the country and volunteers from other provinces and cities joined the efforts to promote the use of ICTs in libraries. During the last seven years, PakLAG organized its chapters in all four provinces and federal capital. There is no membership fee and no official sponsorship. The idea was to achieve the objectives by promoting the self-reliance and economical solutions.

Pakistan Library Club (PLC)
The Pakistan Library Club is established to provide a platform to professional librarian working in various libraries in Pakistan. PLC’s main aim is to provide professional leadership and support to working librarians in order to enhance their potential. A team of young energetic professionals would train you how to become successful in your career and profession. Question arises that in the presence of other professional groups, why this platform is needed. The answer is quiet simple “to provide a knowledge environment” and support to working professional in Pakistan. Pakistan Library Club would emphasize on raising professional and personal capabilities of working librarians through interactive workshops, informative seminars and personal counseling

Phillybrarians is a social group for librarians, library students, library allies and the library-curious in the greater Philadelphia area.

Phobjikha Middle Secondary school
This school is a government school in the small valley of Himalayan Kingdom, Bhutan. Located at an altitude of 10,000 feet above sea level. The school has classes Pre Primary to Tenth standard with boarding facilities for children from far off places. Currently there are 550 students.

Primary Source
Primary Source educates K-12 teachers about world histories, cultures, and global issues. Through in-depth courses, teaching materials, and international study tours, we help educators gain the knowledge and tools they need to prepare students to thrive in today's interconnected world.

Punjab University Library & Information Science Alumni Association
Formed on December 13, 1988 in a meeting of 30 alumni of the Department of library science of the University of the Punjab (PULSAA) has been revived in 2009 with the name of PULISAA (Punjab University Library and Information Science Alumni Association).

Rutgers University School of Communication and Information
Rutgers University's School of Communication and Information seeks to understand communication, information, and media processes, organizations, and technologies as they affect individuals, societies, and the relationships among them. We are committed to educating individuals who make lasting contributions to society and to the interdisciplinary study and professional practice of communication, journalism and media, and library and information science. SC&I is among the nation’s original iSchools.

S.S. Girls' College
S.S.Girls' College is run by Gondia Education Society, Gondia & was established in 1970 & it is one of the best leading girls college in Gondia District in East Vidarbha (MAHARASHTRA - INDIA). It was founded by the great visionary and philanthropist Late Manoharbhai Patel. At Present patronized bu Hon'ble Shri. Praful Patel, Union Minister for Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Govt. of India And Secretary, Gondia Education Society Hon'ble Shri. Rajendraji Jain (MLC). The college is committed to impart excellent knowledge and empower girls to promote scientific skills and develop their intellectual abilities to make them good citizen of India.

Salinas Public Library
A public library system consisting of three branches, the smallest is 1500 sq ft, where I currently work 4 9 hr days (4 furlough hrs). City has 75% Latino population. Agriculture main industry. Many low-income families.

San Jose State University School of Information
The San José State University (SJSU) School of Information prepares individuals for careers as information professionals. Graduates work in diverse areas of the information profession, such as user experience design, digital asset management, information architecture, electronic records management, information governance, digital preservation, and librarianship. The SJSU School of Information offers several online educational programs, including a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science, which is fully accredited by the American Library Association, and a Master’s degree in Archives and Records Administration. All programs are delivered online, and the SJSU School of Information is a recognized leader in online education. Dr. Sandra Hirsh, director of the SJSU iSchool, is co-chair of the Library 2.0 virtual conferences. More info: http://ischool.sjsu.edu.

School Library Association of New South Wales
The Association was formed in April, 1964 as the School Library Association of New South Wales (SLANSW) with founding president John Hirst.The focus was to provide a professional organisation for all people engaged or interested in school libraries. The Association changed its name to the Australian School Library Association (New South Wales) Inc. in 1995. Its vision was to promote, maintain, and sustain the central role of school libraries and its professional staff in improving student achievement.Its mission promotes the learning and teaching of young people through inquiry-based constructivist strategies that integrate digital and traditional learning resources.

School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington
The School of Information Management at Victoria University of Wellington offers New Zealand's only postgraduate qualifications in information studies. Students can enrol in a 60-point Postgraduate Certificate in Information Studies, a 120-point Postgraduate Diploma in Information Studies, or a 180-point Master of Information Studies. All qualifications can be completed with a subject specialisation in either Library Science or Archives and Records Management. For more information, please contact Brenda Chawner, Information Studies Programmes Director, email brenda.chawner@vuw.ac.nz

Shortgrass Library System
The Shortgrass Library System is one of the Alberta Regional Library Systems. Shortgrass Library System is a service-oriented, non-profit organization and is registered as a charitable organization with the Canada Revenue Agency. Shortgrass Library System provides Integrated Library Services (ILS) and other technical services to regional public libraries as well as school-based libraries belonging to Medicine Hat School District No.76 and the Prairie Rose School Division #8.

SIES (Nerul) College of Arts, Science & Commerce
Details about our college based in Nerul , Navi Mumbai , Maharashtra ( India ) : Educational facilities form a part of the core of the infrastructure in a developing city. Realizing the need for a college catering to different faculties at the undergraduate level the South Indian Education Society took the initiative and established the SIES (Nerul) College of Arts, Science and Commerce in 1998. The faculties of arts and science were added in the year 2003.The much in demand courses like the BMM, BMS, B. Sc (Computer science) and B. Sc (Information Technology) are also run in the college. Within a short span of seven years, the college has created a name for itself in Navi Mumbai. The vast campus and excellent infrastructure facilities are the highlights of the college.

Sri Sarada College for Women, Tirunelveli
The only service to be done is to give .....that education by which character is formed strength of mind is increased the intellect is expanded and by which one can stand on one's own leg.So goes the emphatic message of Swami Vivekananda. Inspired by this ideal Swami Chidbavananda, the great saint seer and savant widely known for the power and depth of his spirituality Founded Sri Ramakrishna Tapovanam, Thirupparaithurai near Tiruchirapalli. Propagation of spiritual and moral values among the public and the promotion of education especially among women are the objectives to be carried out by the sanyasi members of the Tapovanam. Among the seven colleges run by Sri Ramakrishna Tapovanam , Sri Sarada College, Tirunelveli, was started in 1986 to cater to the educational needs of the women of the southern district of Tamil Nadu. It is a self financing college originally affiliated to Madurai Kamaraj University.Since the creation of Manonmanium Sundaranar University in Tirunelveli in 1990, the college is affiliated to Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Abishekapatti, Tirunelveli. Character-building and cultures inculcation are the basis upon which the superstructure of modern education is raised here. It is accredited with 'B' Grade by UGC-NAAC.

StudentHero connects high school students to summer programs and internship opportunities to help them discover their passions and get ahead. We hope to close the opportunity gap and bridge the digital divide for all high school students nationwide :)

Sustainable Fish Farming Initiative
Sustainable Fish Farming Initiative is committed to establishing a self-sustaining, income generating food source for around 500 poverty-stricken/malnourished Nepalese villagers in the Baseri Village, Dhading District. Utilizing available unused local ponds, we are working to create small commercial fish-farming collectives owned by women in the village, thereby providing these women with revenue, creating infrastructure with a portion of the proceeds, and diversifying local food sources.

Tabaka Boys High School
Am a teacher by profession, teaching computer science in a Kenyan high school

The Blended Librarian
Blended Librarianship is a novel form of librarianship practice first advanced by Steven Bell and John Shank in January 2004. In April 2004 Bell and Shank delivered a three-session workshop on Blended Librarianship that was sponsored by the TLT Group and ACRL. With support from the LearningTimes Network, the Blended Librarian Online Learning Community also became available in April 2004. At the end of 2011 the community had approximately 5,000 members and is still growing. The seminal article on Blended Librarianship appeared in the July/August 2004 issue of College & Research Libraries News. This organization seeks to explore the intersection of librarianship, technology, and learning design to facilitate the development & design of innovative library programs, services, and resources.

University of Pécs Faculty of Adult Education and Human Resources Development
The Faculty of Adult Education and Human Resources Development was established in May 2005. With its nearly 1,602 students, it is one of the most specialized faculties of the University of Pécs. Beside training programmes in several traditional fields, the Faculty is a leading centre and co-ordinator of adult education in the region, so it also offers further training programs in special fields, post-secondary vocational training and special courses, and organises and hosts various conferences. The Faculty gives priority to enhancing research and development in collaboration with other national and international universities and state or civic organisations. The Faculty of Adult Education and Human Resources Development traditionally views its students as colleagues. Student life is very active; students can participate in study abroad programmes, attend cultural and sporting events, and the Film club organised by the students themselves offers a great opportunity for recreation and entertainment. Forum, the monthly journal of the Student Union is edited by students. By way of its own traditions and making use of the opportunities provided by the International Student Centre that offers Hungarian language and culture courses, the Faculty nurses very good relations with several Dutch, English, Scottish, French and German universities. International relations also include Babes-Bólyai University in Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca), where the introduction of an affiliated major in Andragogy is underway. The Faculty maintains extremely fruitful Erasmus contacts with several European universities. Our Faculty also includes a special unit, the Centre for Defence Studies, which trains personnel working in the armed services and law enforcement organisations, and is engaged in writing tenders and conducting research especially on the utilization of knowledge for civilian purposes. Teaching at the Faculty is conducted in modern, air-conditioned and well-equipped rooms. Students are also served by a bright and colourful community hall and a textbook shop. Students can get access to some 100 computers, all of them linked to the university IT network, 40 of which can be used in the community hall for studies and research during the opening hours of the main building. As a special feature, the colourful corridors of the Faculty often host various exhibitions, where students and visitors can see works related to national holidays as well as the pictures and photos of amateur student and faculty artists. The Faculty has recently set up a recreation park where a Székely gate and a belfry can be seen, made by craftsmen from Transylvania. The benches in the park opening from the main building have been named after former students of the Faculty working today as Members of the Hungarian Parliament.

Veterans Connect @ the Library
California public libraries, in partnership with California Department of Veterans Affairs, are working to connect veterans and their families to benefits and services for which they are eligible. Libraries, in collaboration with community veteran service organizations, can positively impact the quality of life for veterans.

Walk2Learn International
Walk2Learn International is a 501 (c) 3 educational non-profit organization which seeks to promote equal access to education and health for the underserved nad underprivileged in developing countries.

Yesaid Kenya
Yesaid Kenya is a local community based organization supporting the rural women, girls, boys,and vulnerable populations to sustain themselves. We have different programs to achieve this, namely: (1) Environment (2) Education (3) Entreprenuership (4) Health (5) Social Justice.

Youth Coalition for Education in Liberia
The Youth Coalition for Education in Liberia is a non profit, non-political, non-governmental, non-religious and a Youth Center organization that advocates for Quality and relevant education through vocational skills training, literacy programs, formal education and also youth integrated programs, and create the platform for youth engagement, participation capacity building. It also gives to young people the bravery to raise their voices for better education and to teach peace and human rights in every part of the country.

Youth for Human Rights International
Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) is a non-profit organization based at 1954 Hillhurst Ave. # 416 in Los Angeles, California. Founded and largely staffed and financed by Scientologists, its stated mission is To teach youth around the globe about human rights, thus helping them to become valuable advocates for the promotion of tolerance and peace.


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