The Atlanta Metro Library for Accessible Services (AMLAS) this month unveils its latest art exhibit, welcoming Atlanta's Stephany Glassing for her show called "Looking Back, Moving Forward."
GPLS conducted its 11th annual PINES User Satisfaction Survey from April 19-25. Nearly 1,600 patrons responded this year, confirming their high degree of satisfaction with the service.
In its 5th year, the GPLS Technology Boot Camp continues to sow the seeds for technological advancement and improvements that will enable public libraries to offer instruction, innovation and inspiration.
GPLS's first accessible services conference was held this March at Lake Blackshear; Brian Charlson of the American Council of the Blind delivered the keynote address.
The new issue of Georgia County Government features great coverage of the way public libraries are building better communities through and impacting people's lives.