Remember the old saying assuring us that even fools come in out of the rain? My new corollary is: Even naysayers need shelter from the storm—especially when the naysayers don't realize it.
American Libraries Magazine
The Library Design Showcase has, for more than 30 years, been the major feature of American Libraries' April issue. Starting Monday, it will be a major component of AL's web site as well.
The Official 2010 ALA Annual Conference Wiki for Washington, D.C. is open and ready to be completed. Come to the site--and help fill in the blanks! New!
As I look around my home and home office, I see many beautiful and unique pieces of gently used, durable furniture including chairs, tables, a desk, filing cabinets, wall clocks, lamps and a bookcase. The source of these items: resale and consignment shops, garage sales, and estate and community rummage sales.
Many ALA Student Chapters have a presence on Facebook.
The American Library Association (ALA) Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP) has released Checking Out the Future: Perspectives from the Library Community on Informati
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) invites you to help invent the future of museums and libraries through your participation in UpNext: The Future of Museums and Libraries Wiki.
Three interns from the University of Michigan recently completed a one-week stint at the American Library Association where they wowed the staff Web Editorial Board with presentations of their projects related to improving the “human-computer interface” of the ALA website
Starting this month, each new issue of American Libraries will be accompanied by a digital edition.
When It’s a BookBag, designed by Kathy Kelly.