Tag Archives: Library Journal

Where Are We: The Latest on Library Reopening Strategies

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In the messy middle of the pandemic, library leaders share how things have changed since March 2020, their takeways, and continuing challenges.

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Source: Where Are We: The Latest on Library Reopening Strategies

Research Tool: American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) State Immunization Information System | LJ infoDOCKET

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“From the Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP): The AAFP has developed a web-based map that displays immunization rates and exemption laws in all 50 states, D.C., Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam. In addition, our searchable IIS Registry database provides state-by-state regulations for immunization registries across the U.S. These tools provide immunization data that can help family physicians identify populations that may be at risk of vaccine-preventable diseases like measles. . . ”

Source: Research Tool: American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) State Immunization Information System | LJ infoDOCKET

LJ Index 2015: Find Your Library


Whether or not your library has been given a star rating, you can benefit from finding peers in your expenditure category and comparing stats. For the scores for all libraries included in this round of the LJ Index, use the links below to download a spreadsheet with the libraries rated, their ratings, and the data from which the ratings were derived.

Source: LJ Index 2015: Find Your Library