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National Library Week

Here is the Cal Poly Pomona University Library LibGuide on American Library Association's National Library Week.

National Library Week 2020

National Library Week 2020

undefined"I discovered me in the library. I went to find me in the library." - Ray Bradbury

From April 20 to April 24, 2020, Cal Poly Pomona University Library celebrates National Library Week. During this annual event, we highlight the contributions of libraries, librarians, and library workers and promote library use and support. The theme for this year is "Find Your Place at the Library," and due to our unique situation with Covid-19, we will help students, faculty, and staff find library virtual services and online resources from home.

The American Library Association cleverly flipped the theme to fit our unique situation. The new theme: "Find the Library at Your Place" highlights that libraries offer a variety of virtual services and digital content to our community. From the comfort of home, you can access eBooks, academic research, newsletter articles, tutorial videos, online instruction, and much more with your Bronco ID and password.

We are celebrating several big events throughout National Library Week:

Here are links to amazing virtual services the University Library offers to our students, faculty, and staff:


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Earth Day Links

The Cal Poly Pomona University Library is dedicated to sustainability, and Earth Day is an important part of the library regardless of whether Earth Day runs during National Library Week or not.