We have accomplished much towards AzLA’s mission of promoting library service and librarianship in libraries of all types in the state of Arizona.
Annual Conference 2018, budget, Homelessness, President's Message, Ryan J. Dowd
The opportunity to meet with representatives and senators to discuss legislation in support of library work has an impact on all library staffers in Arizona.
ala, Library Legislative Day, Representative David Schweikert, Representative Raul M. Grijalva, Representative Tom O’Halleran, Senator Jeff Flake, Senator John McCain, United States Congress
The YA Summit provides a unique venue in which to learn from fellow librarians who interact primarily with teens. Open to public librarians and teacher librarians from public and private schools.
2019 YA Summit, conference planning, Minds Expand, YA Summit, young adults
ALA apologizes to African Americans for the wrongs committed against them in segregated public libraries, and commends those who integrated public libraries.
African Americans, ala, apologies, civil rights, resolution, segregated libraries, segregation
Three AzLA members are among the 38 participants selected for the ALA Leadership Institute
ALA Leadership Institute, Casey Van Haren, Kassy Rodeheaver, Tara Carpenter
Nominate that special library staff member, volunteer, or library board member for an AzLA Service Award.
AzLA Service Awards, nominations
Fairy tales can teach that our words create consequences and rewards, as in this retelling of a classic Grimm tale, intended to explore the values of honesty and kindness.
LLC; publishers, Small-Tooth-Dog Publishing Group