1. MHS Library Introduction


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    Created using Xtranormal and MovieMaker for use in Freshman Library Orientation.

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    • MHS Library Media Center Annual Report '09-'10


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      • Miami Township Trustees (JULY 2014)


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        Miami Township Trustees monthly Business Meeting held on July 17, 2014 at the Miami Township Civic Center.

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        • Michael Collier, Poetry Reading, April 18, 2009


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          Michael Collier reading for CityLit on March 19, 2009 at the Pratt Library, Baltimore, MD. Mr. Collier has new work in Smartish Pace, Issue 17 (April, 2010).

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          • Michael Dahl (Author) Interview


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            Stone Arch Books publishes funny, scary, mysterious and adventurous novels and SAFE graphic novels that kids from elementary through junior high school find irresistible. Here, author Michael Dahl discusses his new series, The Library of Doom.

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            • Michael Griffith Book Talk


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              Join the Friends of the Richland County Public Library and the University of South Carolina Institute for Southern Studies for a the 2012 Southern Writers Series that features several of the South’s best authors. All events are held at the Main Library, 1431 Assembly St. Michael Griffith, 6 p.m., Tuesday, April 17. Griffith is the author of three books of fiction, including Bibliophilia, Spikes and now Trophy, a new novel set in Lexington. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Virginia Quarterly Review, Southern Review, Oxford American, The Washington Post and many other periodicals. An associate professor of English at the University of Cincinnati, he also serves as editor of the Yellow Shoe Fiction Series for Louisiana State University Press.

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              • Michael Robotham @ Hornsby Library


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                Michael Robotham discusses his new book Bleed for Me at Hornsby Library. To view this author's titles and more visit our website hornsby.nsw.gov.au/library and browse our catalogue.

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                • Michael Salmon at Harrison Primary School (ACT) - 20090904


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                  Michael Salmon, author of The Monster that ate Canberra, was visiting students of Harrison School on Friday 4th September 2009 for National Reading Day. --- Bunyip coming to Gungahlin Statue campaign pays off ‘Alexander Bunyip’ from the famous children’s book The Monster that ate Canberra will be immortalised in bronze outside the new Gungahlin Library. The Gungahlin Community Council’s campaign for a public art piece recognising the popular children’s book by Michael Salmon has been successful, with ACT Chief Minister Jon Stanhope approving the idea for a sculpture. “This is the book that introduced many Canberra children to reading, by allowing us to relate the book back to local monuments we knew so well,” said GCC President Alan Kerlin. GCC suggested such a statue would be ideally located outside the new Gungahlin Library currently under construction on the corner of Hibberson and Gozzard Streets in the Gungahlin town centre. From this location, pedestrians can look down Gozzard Street straight to the Telstra Tower on Black Mountain, which Alexander Bunyip thought was a “double yum ice cream sundae with nuts on top” and so proceeded to eat it. “I am taken with the Gungahlin Community Council’s proposal and believe an artfully executed sculpture of the bunyip placed outside the new Gungahlin Library would be a very popular addition to the town centre’s landscape,” said Jon Stanhope in his reply. “The bunyip is certainly an icon for those of us who lived in Canberra during the 1970s and 80s, and still features prominently on the shelves of our public libraries,” he said. The idea for the statue came during a lively debate on the Canberra blog site the-riotact.com. GCC committee member Estelle Sydney-Smith said “I reckon we should get a statue of that iconic Canberra legend Alexander Bunyip, The Monster That Ate Canberra.” Alan Kerlin replied “I’m picturing a statue of the bunyip biting a chunk out of the Telstra Tower, placed outside the new Gungahlin library! A tribute if you like to the book’s role in teaching kids to read.” GCC went on to promote the idea through its website gcc.asn.au, its widely renowned community newsletter Gungahlin Smokesignals, children’s colouring competitions, and even sending copies of the books to MLAs like Andrew Barr and Jon Stanhope. The idea met with strong support across the board, striking a chord with both adults and children. Author Michael Salmon soon found out about the idea, and has actively supported the campaign with books for competition prizes and promotion. “The early years of a child’s education are critical, and a strong start to reading is the cornerstone of that education,” said Alan Kerlin. “If this statue helps foster more early reading, we will have achieved our goal by creating a lasting legacy. “We also realise the government has had mixed reactions to some other urban art pieces. But we’re sure this will be something most people could easily relate to.”

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                  • Michael Stephens "Learning Everywhere"


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                    Vortrag von Michael Stephens in der TU Hamburg-Harburg am 26.10.2012 Wir bedanken uns bei unseren Kooperationspartnern der US-Botschaft Berlin und der Bibliothek der TU Hamburg-Harburg

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                    • Michael Stephens "The Hyperlinked Community Library"


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                      Dies ist ein Vortrag des US-amerikanischen Forschers und Lehrers Michael Stephens zur Zukunft der Kultur- und Wissensvermittlung im Allgemeinen und der Bibliotheken im Speziellen. Der Vortrag wurde im März 2010 auf dem 4. Leipziger Kongress für Bibliothek und Information aufgezeichnet. Weitere Informationen zu Michaels Stephens gibt es unter: www.tametheweb.com Weitere Informationen zur Arbeit des Vereins Zukunftswerkstatt Kultur- und Wissensvermittlung e.V. gibt es unter: www.zukunftswerkstatt.org

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