February 2012

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Introducing I Love NJ Libraries e-news!

Thanks to the support of our “NJ Library Champions,” New Jersey libraries are still providing wonderful programs and services to patrons in communities all over the state!

To show you how much you are making a difference by supporting libraries, the New Jersey Library Association is introducing the “I Love NJ Libraries” e-newsletter, which will come to you just a few times a year.

Find out what programs are coming up, what new services are available and discover the people whose lives have been improved by their local library!  For further information, check out NJLA's "I Love NJ Libraries" web site.

Thank you for your ongoing support!  We hope you enjoy seeing "what New Jersey libraries are doing for you!"

February is “I Love My Library” Month

Libraries all over New Jersey are celebrating “I Love My Library Month” this February! 

Libraries such as the Roxbury Public Library and branches of the Ocean County Library System are inviting their patrons to tell them why they love their library on valentine hearts that will be on display, while several libraries, from Franklin Township Public Library to the Library Company of Burlington are inviting their patrons to have a "Blind Date with a Book."  Learn more...

Spotlight on...eLibrary NJ

Attention eBook readers!  Did you know that many New Jersey libraries have downloadable audio and eBooks available to their patrons?  Through regional services like eLibrary NJ, DigitalLibraryNJ, and South Jersey Audiobook and eBook Download Center at your local library, you can get the latest titles on your Kindle, Nook, iPad or other eReader for free.  Learn more... 

NJWorks: It's Time... to Land That Job!

NJWorks@yourlibrary is a campaign developed by the New Jersey State Library to showcase the career resources and opportunities being offered to NJ residents through NJ’s public libraries.

The official website, NJWorks.org, has become a clearinghouse for a number of job-related resources, support groups, and training available at libraries across the state. A variety of tools are available for NJ residents who are seeking employment, including databases, computer skills workshops and career videos.  Learn more...