March 2021
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Join RRLC on April 22, 2021 for the Annual Meeting. More details will be coming!
Do you love your library?
Do you know a library staff member that deserves recognition for their outstanding service?
RRLC is pleased to announce the 2021 Library of the Year and Library All Star program! Winners will be recognized at the RRLC Annual Meeting, April 22, 2021.
More information will be coming soon!
The deadline for the RRLC/ Causewave Capacity Building Grant is quickly approaching! Don't miss out on the opportunity for your library to receive one of these grants. Schedule your appointment for a consultation with Causewave today! 

Visit the exhibits!

In addition to great collections, New York Heritage has online exhibits. These curated exhibits feature materials from New York Heritage Digital Collections and our partner organizations. Current exhibit topics include: Erie Canal, Women’s Right to Vote, the U.S. Census, and pioneer civil rights activist, Albion Winegar Tourgée.

To learn more, visit nyheritage.org/exhibits

RIT Libraries is hosting its 5th annual Women on Wikipedia Edit-a-thon in celebration of Women's History Month on Friday, March 26, 2:00-6:00 pm. Participants will be empowered to improve the representation of women on Wikipedia by editing or writing new Wikipedia articles about notable women. No experience is necessary. This virtual event is free and open to the public. Learn more here.
The 2021 Digies Festival open for submissions! All entries are due by March 31. The Digies is an annual digital media festival run by the School Library System of the Genesee Valley BOCES. The Digies encourages students to be active creators of digital media and celebrates their achievements. Learn more here.
Misinformation & How to Fight It is taking place Friday March 19, 1-2:30 pm. During this webinar, participants will review the modern misinformation landscape, learn about and utilize fact checking tools, and pave a path to becoming a better digital citizen.
Racism & Resistance in Rochester and the Anti-Racist Curriculum Project will take place Monday, March 22, 2:30-4:00 pm. Join us as we welcome Shane Wiegand, a 4th grade teacher in the Rush Henrietta School District, who will share information about the history of Racist Policy and Resistance in Rochester.
Join RRLC for Renewals Colloquium: Promoting Empathy & Self Preservation in the Workplace, happening Thursday, April 22. Kaetrena Davis Kendrick will discuss and explore the impacts of low morale in the workplace
Registration is still open for FLX Kids Are Alright Health Literacy Training. This two part training is a unique partnership between Common Ground HealthMCLSPLS and the RRLC. Sessions will take place Monday, March 15 and April 26, 2021. 

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