A plethora of images of the Midwinter Meeting in Boston. Follow along on Flickr (tag: alamw10)
American Libraries Magazine
Amid the hustle and bustle of this year's Midwinter, ALA's intrepid videographers have been busy documenting the comings and goings of attendees as they go about their conference business. Students, new council members, advocates, journal editors, you name it, they caught it on film.
There are eight million stories at Midwinter. This is one of them.
A fresh issue of Cognotes, hot from the presses...
DLTJ posts on the finer points of being an OCLC member. PLA bids a fond farewell to the Chinatown Storefront Library.
There's perhaps no better way for tech-minded librarians to kick off Midwinter than to hear the top stakeholders at the biggest library tech vendors (for-profit, not-for-profit, open-source, commercial) talk about their products and projects in the context of what direction they're driving the industry.
... in no particular order
BOSTON, Jan. 15 -- As the world comes to Haiti’s aid following the devastating earthquake just days ago, we recognize the impact that this disaster has caused for the families and friends of the Haitian community both worldwide and here in Boston.
From John Chrastka (on-site in Boston): I met with the Emerging Leaders Group R today, briefly, to talk about their project helping the Map and Geography Round Table on membership recruitment and retention. Their work over the next few
ALA is also carrying over some of the excitement of Midwinter into the virtual world.