Monday, March 28, 2016

Considering Library Sites

The On The Line exhibits and programming have always included national and global perspectives in conjunction with the Riverside, California community. Residing on the East Coast, I viewed the library as being a common local location that usually is found nationally in urban to rural environments. The library locations offer public accessibility within a community structure. The library sites for the 2016 On The Line program were among the main components that formed the Public Raffle proposal. 

Photo of Arlanza Library Riverside, California. 
Special Thanks to Susan Ossman and the shared Dropbox for On The Line 

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Glover, K. (2012) What Popular Culture is Telling Us About Libraries and Why We Should Listen [Internet], New York City, Library Journal. Available from: [Accessed February 26, 2016].

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