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An injection of $30,000 worth of new computer technology into the Mifflinburg Area High School library has resulted in more student visits and nearly triple the amount of subject research, reports the Daily Item of Sunbury, Pa. And the dramatic spike has been achieved within three months, according to librarian Eileen Slaby. "My goal was to double it at the end of the year," she said of research hits being made on the school's Power Library search engine. "To see it happen by mid-year is absolutely wonderful." Slaby received a $30,000 grant last summer from the Library Services and Technology
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