“Reflections from a Fulbrighter” J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board 2010-2011 Annual Report.

Wagner, Mary. “Reflections from a Fulbrighter” J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board 2010-2011 Annual Report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of State, October 2012, p. 28. Prof. Mary Wagner of St. Catherine University reflects on her time as a Fulbright Scholar in Zambia, teaching in the University of Zambia’s Library Studies program and working with the Lubuto Library Project.

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"Lubuto Library Project Awarded USAID/World Vision/AusAID Grant for Innovative Literacy Solutions"

"Lubuto Library Project Awarded USAID/World Vision/AusAID Grant for Innovative Literacy Solutions - one of 32 awards granted to programs to improve child literacy around the world." Special Libraries Association, Washington D.C. Chapter Website, 21 September 2012. D.C. Library Association News, 19 September 2012. EIFL Featured News, 1 October 2012

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“USAID Presents Awards for Innovations to Promote Literacy,”

“USAID Presents Awards for Innovations to Promote Literacy,” DAI News, 17 September 2012. Out of 450 submissions, Lubuto was one of 32 groups awarded innovation grants on September 7th (International Literacy Day) by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The award is part of the "All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development," a multiyear partnership between USAID, World Vision, and AusAid initiated in 2011 to "find and fund innovative solutions for literacy and catalyze global action around the issue." Lubuto's winning proposal,"LubutoLiteracy: Zambian teaching and learning materials for the digital age," is funded by World Vision.

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"Breaking through perceptual boundaries: the essential contribution of library services for children and youth to national development of low-income countries."

Meyers, Jane Kinney."Breaking through perceptual boundaries: the essential contribution of library services for children and youth to national development of low-income countries." Paper presented at the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) World Library and Information Congress 2012 Pre-Conference, Joensuu, Finland, August 8-9, 2012.

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Fastcase Announces 2012 "Fastcase 50" Award Winners

"Fastcase Announces 2012 “Fastcase 50” Award Winners" PRWeb, 20 July 2012. Jane Kinney Meyers was selected by legal publisher Fastcase as one of their 2012 “Fastcase 50,” which recognizes “the smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders in the law.” Jane is profiled among the impressive group of winners. Fastcase is an innovator in the legal research service sector.

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“What Africa's Lubuto Library Project Can Teach Us.”

“What Africa's Lubuto Library Project Can Teach Us.” Anthony Bernier, Associate Professor, School of Library and Information Science, San Jose State University, July 11, 2012. This year's Humphry/OCLC/Forest Press Award for International Librarianship was given to the president of Africa's Lubuto Library Project, Jane Meyers, at the American Library Association's 2012 annual conference in San Diego, for a lifetime of achievement. Presumably we confer awards because exemplary work inspires us to new heights. To what heights does Ms. Meyers' work, particularly with Lubuto, beckon us? Meyers and the Lubuto Library Project deserve recognition because together they imagine a world nearly upside down from the one we commonly inhabit. The project's vision does not seek first to provide library service to impoverished African street youth. It seeks first to build community with and among them. Everything else comes second.

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