AzLA Newsletter

September/October 2014

New Projects and New Volunteering Opportunities

As we get into high gear, working on the annual conference, the Conference Committee is feeling the absence of Ginny Pannabecker.

The New AzLA Newsletter

As you may have noticed, the AzLA Newsletter is not in a PDF format anymore.

Resume Review Clinic at the 2014 AzLA/MPLA Annual Conference

You are invited to attend the “Resume Review Clinic” during the 2014 AzLA/MPLA Annual Conference.

Working the Web: Makerspaces

Makerspaces are places where people work collaboratively to learn something new and/or share their expertise in order to make something new.

The Switch to RDA: How Will It Impact My Library?

Resource Description and Access (RDA) is a new cataloging standard with a user-centric focus.

Digital media: New tools to create new connections at the library

Among the glitter, neon, and flashing lights of Las Vegas, the glow of digital screens held their own as a major focus of the 2014 American Library Association Annual Conference.

Explore Arizona and the World with AZ Speaks!

Searching for fall and winter programming to engage audiences with history and culture?

Notes on a Plane: Reflections on Next Library International Conference

Okay, so I didn’t really write this on the plane coming back to Arizona from Chicago, but I did have some time to think about how to bring all of the information and inspiration packed into two days back home and to keep the energy going.

Las Vegas? OK, Why Not?

OK, I admit it. I’m not a Vegas person. Casinos and gambling are just not my thing… but books, authors, illustrators, booksellers, and librarians definitely are!!