Monthly Archives: April 2016

Miranda: More than Words

In 1966, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the conviction of Ernesto Miranda on kidnapping and rape charges because he was not informed of his rights during his arrest, making his written and signed confession null and void. Learn about this … Continue reading

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National Bookmobile Day!

Today is National Bookmobile Day! Celebrate the day with this entry of Bookmobile Notes from the  July 1961 Road Runner, the newsletter of the State Library’s extension service. Collage courtesy Wendi Goen Bookmobile Notes The last two weeks in June your … Continue reading

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Libraries and Learning

Pew Research Center just released the results of their survey on Americans, Libraries, and Learning. Did you know that 76% of adults say libraries serve the learning and educational needs of their communities either “very well” (37%) or “pretty well” (39%)? … Continue reading

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Intellectual Property IS a Business Strategy

Join us this Saturday, April 9th from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. at Scottsdale Public Library’s Eureka Loft to learn about intellectual property as a business strategy! Overview of the types of intellectual property Why startups should consider protecting IP The resources … Continue reading

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The Capitol Stacks!

To read the April 2016 issue of the Capitol Stacks, click on the image above. To receive future issues, use the button below: Sign Up Now  

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