ALA Annual Conference 2012
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ASCLA Blog ASCLA will host three half-day workshops in Anaheim covering library marketing and development, public library services to the visually and physically impaired and public library partnerships with jails and prisons. These preconferences highlight a few of ASCLA’s areas of expertise, and are an opportunity for other members of the library community to benefit from this knowledge and experience. This year’s topics are particularly relevant to public libraries, public librarians and library supporters, but all interested participants are welcome, and can register for this event with or without registering for the 2012 ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim. Conference registration information is available here at the ALA Annual Conference website, www.alaannual.org.
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Preliminary schedule for Annual Conference 2012 (Anaheim) is now available
ALA Poster Sessions
ALA Annual 2012: Anaheim, CA June 21-26 2012
ACRL Research Forum at ALA Annual 2012 The ACRL Research Coordinating Committee is pleased to sponsor a new forum to give those doing research in academic library contexts an opportunity to share their work with a national audience at the upcoming ALA Annual Conference June 21-26, 2012, in Anaheim. The ACRL Research Forum will feature three research presentations based on work in progress or completed, followed by discussion. Practitioners, new researchers, and experienced researchers are all encouraged to present. Both members and non-members of ACRL are welcome to submit. Those selected will be expected to present their papers in person at the forum at ALA Annual and to register for the conference. We welcome papers emphasizing the problems, theories, methodologies, or significance of research findings for LIS related to academic libraries and librarianship.
NMRT Notes » Annual Conference Professional Development Attendance Award We are excited to announce the NMRT Annual Conference Professional Development Attendance Award! NMRT members are invited to submit an essay to win a ticket to attend the ticketed event of their choice at the 2o12 ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim. The essay contest is open to all NMRT members who are not currently serving on the Annual Conference Professional Development Attendance Award Committee. To enter the contest, fill out the application form at http://bit.ly/xbXoic, which includes an essay of approximately 250 words about why you would like to attend a ticketed event at Annual Conference and how it would benefit you professionally.