AzLA Newsletter

March/April 2015

What’s In It for We?

Last summer before assuming the role of AzLA President, I tried to do a little research about associations and other membership organizations.

Nominate Your Colleague for a Service Award!

Each year AzLA gives Service Awards to individuals and groups making a difference in Arizona libraries.

The AzLA Awards Committee is Seeking Volunteers!

The AzLA Awards Committee is looking for a few additional members to help in the selection of AzLA Awards winners.

Call for Proposals for 2015 AzLA Annual Conference

The Arizona Library Association is excited to announce our first ever Annual Conference in Northern Arizona!

The Horner Fellowship Committee is Seeking the Next Arizona Horner Fellow

AzLA is pleased to announce that the Horner Fellowship Committee is now accepting applications for the 2015 Horner Fellowship exchange.

MPLA News

WLA/MPLA are calling for programming/papers for the 2015 joint conference to be held at Little America in Cheyenne, Wyoming from September 23-25, 2015.

Children’s Author/Illustrator Network: March/April 2015

Directory of Arizona children’s authors and illustrators

The Need for Advocacy

Advocacy has been on my mind for a number of reasons.

Is Always Online Worth It?

I am not much of an online gamer. At best I would say I dabble.

News for SIRLS

The School of Information Resources and Library Science at the University of Arizona held the 2015 Lawrence Clark Powell Memorial Lecture, “Charles Bowden’s Southwest,” at the Tucson Festival of Books on Sunday, March 15 at 2:30pm in the Gallagher Theater.