Are libraries still relevant? You bet, Cofrin Library Director Paula Ganyard tells Wisconsin Public Radio. Reporter Patty Murray interviewed Ganyard Wednesday (Sept. 5), for a story exploring how libraries have evolved to adapt to students’ needs in the digital age. The story comes on the heels of a big honor for the library, which recently was named the state’s best. The Wisconsin Library Association state Library of the Year award will be presented at the organization’s annual conference in late October in La Crosse. Check out the WPR story and our UW-Green Bay News post.
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9 Jan, 2020