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ONE Access™

Page https://www.cmlibrary.org/oneaccess
When libraries and schools work together, everyone wins. In 2015 the Library, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte accepted the White House ConnectED Library Challenge, pledging to provide students with easily accessible information and educational resources....

Updated: Over 100,000 students have used ONE Access™ accounts as of December 18, 2015

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/updated-over-100000-students-have-used-one-access%E2%84%A2-accounts-december-18-2015
Below is a blog post from October 2015 reporting outcomes from our ONE Access™ initative with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. Since that time, the number  of students who have accessed Library resources using their new ONE Access accounts has grown to more than 100,000, with thousands logging in...

Library CEO receives CMS game ball

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/library-ceo-receives-cms-game-ball
The Library received a "game ball" from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Dec. 7 during its annual “State of Our Schools” event.   Superintendent Ann Clark thanked the Library for being part of an incredible collaboration. Said Clark, "We are so fortunate to have the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library as...

Attending the ConnectEd Library Challenge Summit in Washington DC, by Library CEO Lee Keesler

Blog post https://www.cmlibrary.org/blog/attending-connected-library-challenge-summit-washington-dc-library-ceo-lee-keesler
Today, I represented our Library at the ConnectED Library Challenge Summit hosted by the White House, the Urban Libraries Council, the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the American Library Association.  County Manager Dena Diorio and CMS Superintendent Ann Clark joined me at the event...