American Libraries Magazine

The Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) hosted a fantastic event at ALA's Midwinter Meeting on Saturday, Januar
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The latest batch of ALA 2010 Youth Media Awards (YMAs) winners were announced this morning to much fanfare and clapping.
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Some Boston teens were on hand to discuss their favorite titles from this year's Best Books for Young Adults nominations. Members were able to participate remotely via via CoverItLive and the archive of the tweets, comments, etc.
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Infomaven gives you her first person account of Midwinter Madness. Midwinter is ground zero for iPhone app beta-testing.
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The last Cognotes issue for ALA Midwinter 2010. Get it while it's hot! ALA Cognotes Issue 4
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There have been plenty of significant and worthwhile events at Midwinter this year. The one that stands out for me in a "Wow, haven't seen that before" kind of way, however, took place in the new Networking Uncommons area today.
Posted January 17, 2010 | Comments: 0
Caitlin Williams
Career development consultant Caitlin Williams has been making herself available in the placement center at ALA conferences for nearly 10 years.
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In no particular order...
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In a big move sure to garner lots of attention over the coming weeks, the American Association of School Librarians’ (AASL) Board of Directors voted today to formally adopt the title "School Librarian".
Posted January 17, 2010 | Comments: 0