National Library Week is a national observance sponsored every April by the American Library Association. National Library Week was first begun in 1958 and its goal is to promote and support library use throughout the country. Libraries, whether academic, public, school or special, celebrate this week each year.
Here at the Brooklyn Law School Library we are having a “National Library Week Quiz” from Monday through Thursday, April 11 -14. The quiz contains ten short questions about the library. You can pick up a copy of the quiz at the first floor reference desk, fill in the answers on the quiz sheet, and then return the quiz to the “answer bowl” at the reference desk. You have until 12:00 Midnight on Thursday, April 14th to return the answer sheet. The winner will be drawn from those sheets with the correct answers. The winner will be announced and notified on Friday, April 15th. The lucky person will receive a $25.00 gift card.
Since everyone can’t be a winner, Monday through Thursday afternoons of this week we’ll put a bowl of chocolates at the circulation desk. Help yourself to some candy!