The Midwinter Tracker, which gathers tweets and Flickr photos related to Midwinter and displays them in one place, is now operational.
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Enroll at Advocacy University and find the resources, courses, and tools to help you, as library advocates, make the case at the local level.
With the updated web site, the address for submitting new or renovated buildings for the Library Design Showcase in April broke, at least temporarily.
The ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) will launch ALA’s new privacy initiative, Choose Privacy Week, during the ALA 2010 Midwinter Meeting. Join us from 4 – 5 p.m.
ALA's SRRT Feminist Task Force (FTF) was founded in 1970 by women determined to address sexism in libraries and librarianship. FTF was the first ALA group to focus on women's issues.
We at American Libraries are kicking off 2010 with a whole new way of keeping on top of library-related news, views, and perspectives with this revamped website.
American Library Association Treasurer Rod Hersberger made the following announcement today on the ALA Council list: "Our financial advisors at Merrill Lynch reported that at November 30, the total value of ALA's endowment stood at $28,398,452.
Explore the best resources among the wealth of jobs and employment research and networking tools available online by participating in the American Library Association’s Placement Center free webinar—“Finding and Keeping Library Jobs”—from 11 a.m.
Join the discussion on ALA's Draft Strategic Plan at the 2010 ALA Midwinter Meeting in Boston.
Associate Executive Director for Communications and Member Relations Cathleen Bourdon sent American Library Association staff a welcome seasonal greeting this morning, namely a report on membership statistics that helps mitigate some of the doom and gloom that most of us have been feeling.