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Library Media Connection delivers the insight, answers and encouragement school librarians need to transform their libraries into thriving hubs for 21st century learning and teaching. From practical inspiration from today’s most innovative practitioners to unbiased, insightful peer reviews that support smart collection development, LMC covers technology, tackles the tough issues of budgeting, staffing, and more…and along the way serves as a catalyst for connecting librarians who share a passion for learning and literacy.

WebJunction is a learning community working together to ensure that all library staff have the resources they need to power relevant, vibrant libraries.  WebJunction provides online, free, self-paced courses.

A yearly updated free database of all college programs students can take online through Missouri institutions.  This includes full and part time college programs offered online in Missouri.

Children's and Young Adult Book Review Board of Missouri (BRB
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The Children’s and Young Adult Book Review Board of Missouri (BRB) provides public librarians, school library media specialists, and preschool through grade 12 teachers with book reviews.  The reviews are arranged by author, subject or title and have been written by qualified book reviewers who donate their time to review the latest offerings from a wide variety of publishers. 
 
Continuing education calendar provided by the Missouri State Library.
 
Library & Media Digest from MO DESE
 
The preferred research journal for the school libary media profession which includes information about the online research journal, its editorial board, and manuscript policy.
 
SuccessLink is a valuable resource for Missouri educators.  Funded through the Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education and other public and private funds, SuccessLink disseminates and promotes the best teaching ideas throughout Missouri.  Teaching activities and exemplary programs are recognized and shared freely throughout the state.
 
The Wolfner Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped is a free library service to anyone in the State of Missouri who is unable to use standard print materials due to a visual or physical disability.
 
Free information literacy assessments for grades 3 through 12.

MOYAC is an unmoderated discussion list, sponsored by the Missouri State Library, for staff providing children's and young adult services in Missouri public and school libraries.
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