• KDLA is proud to announce the debut of the early childhood development modules associated with the IMLS School Ready Libraries program.

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    The first in a series of three modules, School Ready Libraries - Cognitive and General Knowledge Development, will cover foundational knowledge relevant to early childhood brain development, curriculum standards, and approaches to learning.

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    2016 Kentucky Archives Institute

    The 32nd annual Kentucky Archives Institute is scheduled for June 17, 2016 at the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, 300 Coffee Tree Road, Frankfort.  The Institute, sponsored by the Friends of Kentucky Public Archives, Inc. and the Kentucky State Archives, provides information for scholars, general researchers, and genealogists interested in archival research.


    Featured speakers at this year's event include J. Mark Lowe, Professional Genealogist; Larry Weese and Hope Bryant, Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services; and Trace Kirkwood and Walter Bowman, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. 

     

    2016 Kentucky Archives Institute Registration Information
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    Users love Braille and Talking Books!

    The Kentucky Talking Book Library is part of a nationwide network of libraries administered by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress.  One of the smaller libraries in the network, KTBL ranks #34 in the number of patrons served and #30 in the number of books circulated.  However, Kentucky ranks #9 in the average number of books circulated to each patron!  KTBL users read an average of 49.8 books in 2015, compared with the network average of 36.9.

  • Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial

    The Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial honors the 125,000 Kentuckians who served the nation during the Vietnam era (1962-1975). The plaza of the Memorial contains the names of Kentuckians who died. Each name is precisely located so the shadow of the sundial pointer touches the name on the anniversary of the death. Thus, each fallen veteran has a personal Memorial Day. For more information, see the Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial website.

 

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