The Arizona Genealogical Advisory Board and the Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records are pleased to present the first Arizona Genealogy Day, a free, virtual event on Saturday, March 20, 2021. Space is limited. Visit http://go.azsos.gov/azgenday21 to see program details and to register. “The Arizona Genealogical Advisory Board is very excited to be part […]
On Thursday, February 11, 2021, the AzLA Professional Development committee hosted John Chrastka, co-founder and executive director of EveryLibrary, for his presentation Advocacy During an Austerity Budget. EveryLibrary is the only national political action committee for libraries, and the EveryLibrary Institute is a public policy and tax policy think tank for libraries. While describing what […]
Share your expertise and experience.The AzLA Professional Development Committee Monthly Webinar Series is back, and we want you. Submit your webinar proposal here. Submissions will be considered on a monthly basis. The Professional Development Committee wants to add more voices to our group. If you are ready to help shape the direction of AzLA professional […]
by Karly Scarbrough and John Walsh As with everything in 2020, the AzLA Annual Conference was anything but normal. Even the planning of the conference had a host of challenges we never encountered before. It did not start out that way, and even when the statewide stay at home order was announced, we still believed […]
November 2020 – What’s New for You in Professional Development AzLA Presents Vision 2020 Conference Webinar Series: Libraries Moving Forward AzLA has a new 2020 vision for the future and this October we will present just that with our AzLA Presents: Vision 2020 Conference Webinar Series. The Series will consist of two main events, an […]
Share your expertise and experience. The AzLA Professional Development Committee Monthly Webinar Series is back, and we want you. Submit your webinar proposal here. Submissions will be considered on a monthly basis. Past Webinars: June 2020 – Identifying Research Data July 2020 – Horner Fellowship Experience August 2020 – Cultural Competencies in the Workplace September […]
The Arizona Library Association annual elections will be held in October this year. We are excited about the future and we hope you are too! This year, we need candidates to fill the vacancies in five very important leadership positions, President-elect, Secretary, ALA Councilor, the Regional Representative-North, and the Regional Representative-South. President-elect is a 3-year […]
The Horner Japanese Exchange Fellowship was established in 1989 under the auspices of the AzLA through the generosity and foresight of Dr. Layton “Jack” and Marian Horner to foster cultural and informational exchanges between librarians from Japan and Arizona.