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Donation improves library service to members

February 25, 2020 Cory Hare, ATA News Managing Editor


ATA librarian Sandra Anderson (right) shows Edmonton Public local president Heather Quinn some of the makerspace resources that are available at the ATA library.
Photo by Yuet Chan


The ATA library is growing its collection of teacher resources thanks to a $2,000 donation from the Edmonton Public Teachers Local No. 37.

“It’s an acknowledgement that we are on the right path and that our resources are useful to ATA members,” said ATA librarian Sandra Anderson.

“It’s also a wonderful gift to teachers, as it not only increases the access to resources for Edmonton teachers but also for teachers around the province.”

The Edmonton Public local has been a regular supporter of the library for several years. Local president Heather Quinn said the local sees the library as a valuable resource.

“The best thing about the ATA library is that its entire holdings are aimed at helping teachers in their profession,” Quinn said, “so we’re glad to help when we can and we encourage our members to make full use of it.” ❚

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