AzLA Newsletter

January/February 2015

New Year’s Resolution

As I write this, it is that special time, smack-dab between Christmas and New Year’s, that I always use for reflection on the year that was, and for doing some contemplative planning and goal-setting for the year ahead.

The Horner Fellowship in 2014

2014 was an especially important year for the Horner Fellowship program because another event occurred in addition to a JLA Horner fellow’s visit to Arizona: two Horner Fellowship Committee members presented at the Centennial Conference of the JLA.

AzLA History & Archives Need Refreshing!

Did you know that each and every member is part of AzLA’s history and probably has papers that belong in the organization’s archives?

AzLA Annual Conference 2015: Making Connections

My colleague, Ann Leonard, and I would like to extend our thanks to everyone who made 2014’s joint AzLA/MPLA Conference a tremendous success.

New Year – New Award Season!

Award season is among us!

Internet Librarian Conference 2014

Internet Librarian (IL) is a conference that you need to attend at least once in your professional career.

Explore Reading Arizona eBooks on National Readathon Day

The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records is encouraging readers to participate in National Readathon Day, January 24 from noon to 4 p.m.

The Top 5 Reasons to Make the Arizona Library Conference an Annual Destination

Every year, the conference committee lures in quality keynote speakers for the attendees.

Children’s Author/Illustrator Network: January/February 2015

Directory of Arizona children’s authors and illustrators