Posted to From the Reference Desk... by Brett Rurode
If you like to eat as much as I do, Thanksgiving is a holiday you look forward to all year. Here are various links to the “Turkey Basics” provided by the United States Department of Agriculture:
In keeping with the turkey theme, I've found a few articles in Kansas Wildlife and Parks. If you would like to see the entire article, please contact the State Library Reference Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org
King Strut / by J. Mark Shoup.
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State Library of Kansas Reference
Legislative Hotline: 1-800-432-3919
Posted to KGI Online Library by Bill Sowers
Tag(s): Safety education, Fires, Fire prevention, Fire extinction, Explosives, Decontamination, Arson investigation, Anthrax
Posted to Librarian News by Lianne Flax
Information below is mostly for school libraries. While public libraries are welcome to download the MARC records for Britannica E-STAX, please realize direct access can only work in-house-only. Patrons at home will not be able to use the 856 link in these MARC records from your catalog. Schools benefit from direct access & MARC records as it allows teachers & students an easy way to get to specific titles at school. Britannica E-STAX is the only kids ebook system without school use restrictions.
Not signed up for direct access yet? Get your school’s public IP address(es) and email us at email@example.com If you signed up last year and your E-STAX links no longer work, please also send us your IPs. They probably changed over the summer, this can be updated fairly easily.
New titles were added to Britannica E-STAX in July.
Just want to take a peek at Britannica E-STAX, or place the main statewide link on your library website? Please use http://kslib.info/estax. This link has geo-location authentication built in. Patrons recognized as being inside Kansas by their internet service provider will not need to login for access.
Tag(s): school library, britannica e-stax