Sunday's PR Forum featured Stephen Abram, a leading international librarian.
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ALA President Camila Alire hosted a once-in-a-lifetime "make-a-wish" luncheon for a special young lady who decribes herself as "crazy about books and reading."
At Saturday's Advocacy Institute, Carol Brey-Casiano, the Chair of the ALA Committee on Library Advocacy, gave attendees an overview of her strategy for framing an effective budget presentation.
Attendees at this morning's Literary Tastes Breakfast had a grand time as they were treated to tasty food and talks from a bevvy of popular authors.
The Map and Geography Round Table (MAGERT), the world's largest map library organization, celebrated their 30th anniversary with a toast at the ALA Membership Pavilion on Sunday, June 27th. The celebration included a book signing by Jim Coombs, Map Librarian at Missouri State University, past MAGERT chair and autho
At the PLA President's Program, New York Times Crossword Puzzle Editor Will Shortz gave an appreciative crowd a peek at the world of crosswords, and particularly what makes for good—and bad—solving.
Alexander Street Press held its customer appreciation breakfast Sunday morning, this one celebrating its 10th anniversary as a provider of large-scale digital collections to libraries.
The joint ALSC/AASL program “Grassroots 2.0: New Technologies” program on Sunday morning brought together three experts on delivering effective library messages to legislators.
2010 ALA Rainbow Project author Pam Ehrenberg had it made in the shade yesterday. Literally.
Live readings from popular and up-and-coming authors are hosted at the LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage in the exhibit hall at ALA Annual Conference, presented by the ALA Public Programs Office.