I’m always surprised by the number of current AzLA members – 946 (not including vendor members).
conference 2015, flagstaff, membership
Too often, libraries find themselves having to choose between seemingly contrasting extremes. More staff? More materials? More hours? More programs? More technology? More outreach?
computers in libraries, conferences, technology
It is not often that Prescott Valley Public Library is host to such amazing speakers as Dr. Michael Stephens.
michael stephens, speakers, special events
Someone that doesn’t work in public libraries may find the title of this column a joke. They may think, “How could working in a library be stressful? All you do all day is work at a desk and help people find books.”
In an effort to support families in integrating emergent literacy into their daily routines, Make Way for Books has created an early literacy app in partnership with the Pima County Public Library.
apps, literacy, make way for books
Please nominate a colleague for one of the AzLA Service Awards! This is a great opportunity to recognize individuals and groups making a difference in Arizona libraries.
In January, the AzLA Board voted to offer in-state annual conference registration rates to any other MPLA state association that would offer the same rates to AzLA members.