Sponsored by the American Library Association and libraries of all types, National Library Week was first celebrated in 1958.  This year’s theme – Libraries Lead – focuses on the role that libraries play in their communities.  Libraries are at the forefront of offering technology, databases and other services to increase their users’ access to digital information.

Stop by the Jacob Burns Law Library during National Library Week and pick up a button to wear to celebrate libraries!

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