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The John Cotton Dana Award Accepting Online Entries for
Outstanding Library Public Relations
~Eight $10,000 Grants Awarded as Part of the
Most Prestigious Award of the American Library Association ~
Copyright Clearance Center Awards Scholarships to Academic Librarians to Attend Association of College and Research Libraries Conference
Announcing Call for Submissions for Academic Librarians to Receive a Travel Stipend to Attend the Upcoming American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference in Chicago
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a not-for-profit organization and leading provider of licensing and content solutions, announces the winners of its Conference Scholarship Program for Academic Librarians: Bridgett Birmingham of Florida State University, Katie Hutchinson of Walsh University, Jennifer L. Kegler of SUNY Brockport, and Bing Wang of Georgia Tech University. Each received a travel stipend of $1,500 to attend the Association of College and Research Libraries’ ACRL 2013 conference recently held in Indianapolis.
Equinox Software To Provide Sneak Peak Of FulfILLment 1.0 Alpha 2 at ALA Annual!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Duluth, GA —June 21, 2012
~Eight $10,000 Grants to be Awarded as Part of the Most Prestigious Award of the American Library Association~
IPSWICH, Mass. — November 15, 2011 — Libraries using innovative ways to conduct public relations efforts have more opportunities to benefit. The John Cotton Dana Award (JCD) is being expanded to include eight $10,000 grants.
Boston College Libraries Is One of the First in the Nation to Serve Students with a Mobile App
Bethesda, MD - December 30, 2010 – The LibLime Division of PTFS is proud to announce that CEO John Yokley has been asked to participate in the Library Journal’s ILS Roundtable, Saturday January 8th, at the American Library Association’s Annual Midwinter Meeting in San Diego, California.
According to the Library Journal, the roundtable discussion will feature several of the biggest names in the ILS field talking about the future of the ILS and the ILS industry
New Book Encourages Librarians to Create Great Gaming Experiences for Patrons of All Ages
Candice Gwin Oliver of ITG Elected to Library Leadership And Management Association (LLAMA) Leadership Post
Central States Account Manager to serve the fund raising and financial development arm of group
CHICAGO, Feb. 25, 2010 – The Learning Round Table of the American Library Association unveiled a new logo on the Web site http://alalearning.org.
The new logo contains a vibrant palette of colors including purple, blue, orange and green. The abstract design has many different meanings and the public is encouraged to comment on the ALA Learning site and describe what the design represents to them.
The Executive Board of the American Library Association approved
the establishment of a certification program for library support staff
at its meeting last week in Chicago. The LSSC Program is the
first national, voluntary certification program for library support
staff. Funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library
Services, the program will now enter a testing phase in five library
organizations across the United States.
Camilla Alire, ALA president, said, "This innovative certification
program demonstrates the value of all library support staff to our