September 18th, 2017 is Read an eBook Day!
What is Read an eBook Day? Read an eBook Day is a celebration of modern storytelling. Be a part of the festivities by checking out your favorite eBook from your library.
Join the conversation by sharing what you’re reading, stories about why you love eBooks and by using the hashtag #eBookLove on social media. Continue reading
Currently, we are experiencing display issues of cover art in our online catalogs and book widgets. Our vendor is aware of the issue. Book widgets have been disabled. Please go to the Classic Catalog to view lists: http://library.clamsnet.org/screens/newpoptitles_print.html
You may also be experiencing connectivity issues with accessing ProQuest sites, e.g. ancestry.com. They are working to resolve these issues
We apologize for any inconvenience.
UPDATE: Service has been restored. You can read more about this event on the ProQuest blog. See http://www.proquest.com/blog/pqblog/2017/
The CLAMS Library Network asks, “What’s Your Four?”
Children who read just four books over the summer fare better on reading-comprehension tests in the fall than their peers who read one or no books. Because of this, the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC) and CLAMS libraries are challenging residents to choose four books to read over the summer months, and to share their selections on social media through a campaign called “What’s Your Four?”
We are excited to announce that the CLAMS Library Network will participate in OverDrive’s Summer Read program.
OverDrive Summer Read June 7 – August 7
OverDrive Summer Read is an annual program designed to encourage students to keep reading all year long. The titles selected can supplement other summer reading programs, and will offer free, simultaneous access to users from June 7th–August 7th.
The CLAMS Library Network is Participating in World’s Largest Global eBook Club
by Marie Benedict
June 12th – 26th, 2017
In the tradition of The Paris Wife and Mrs. Poe, The Other Einstein offers us a window into a brilliant, fascinating woman whose light was lost in Einstein’s enormous shadow. This is the story of Einstein’s wife, a brilliant physicist in her own right, whose contribution to the special theory of relativity is hotly debated and may have been inspired by her own profound and very personal insight.
In 2015 the American Library Association declared June as GLBT Book Month. It is, “a nationwide celebration of the authors and writings that reflect the lives and experiences of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community.” Continue reading
Beginning on May 1, 2017, the Classic Catalog will become our main (primary) search method.
National Poetry Month was founded by the Academy of American Poets in April 1996 with an aim to:
—Academy of American Poets
According to the News from the Library of Congress, on March 29, 2017, the Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden, named 25 recordings to the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress because of their, “cultural, artistic and historical importance to American society and the nation’s audio heritage.”
Beginning March 27th, 2017 we will have two search catalogs. Our main (primary) search catalog, Encore, will be accessible at encore.clamsnet.org, and the Classic catalog will be accessible at library.clamsnet.org/search. We are keeping a link to Classic, for users who prefer the, “old catalog.”
If you have bookmarked, clamsnet.org, library.clamsnet.org, and/or encore.clamsnet.org you will go directly to our Encore (primary) catalog. If you have bookmarked library.clamsnet.org/search you will go to our Classic (old) catalog. You can also click on the link listed in the footer of Encore to go to the Classic catalog.