ALSC recently released its schedule for the 2017 ALA Midwinter Meeting in Atlanta, Ga. You can join in by participating in one of ALSC’s many events. These include: Leadership & ALSC ALA Youth Media Awards ALSC Mini Institute (separate registration required) And don’t forget that the Conference Scheduler is now available. You can find all of ALSC’s events by clicking the “Sponsors” criteria and choosing “ALSC.” Learn more and register! See you in Atlanta!
Have a great idea for an Annual Conference program? We want to hear it!
ALSC encourages participants to sign up for Winter 2017 ALSC online courses. Registration is open for all courses. Classes begin Monday, January 9, 2017.
ALSC is pleased to announce a new program to offer a free, two-year membership for current and recent graduates of ALA-accredited Master of Library Science/Master of Library and Information Science (MLS/MLIS) programs.
The ALSC Board of Directors and ALSC President Vice President/President-Elect Nina Lindsay will be hosting an ALSC Community Forum live chat on the topic of diversity, inclusion, and support for youth.
We’ve moved! ALSC announced that it has changed its username on the social media platform Twitter, from @alscblog to @WeAreALSC. In the interim, the ALSC Office will continue to monitor the @alscblog account for activity, but will be posting official news and information via @WeAreALSC. This change is effective immediately. This move comes eight years after ALSC began using Twitter as a communication platform. Through that time the objectives of ALSC’s presence on Twitter have changed. The account is no longer used just to tweet ALSC Blog articles. After much consideration, it was felt that the username @WeAreALSC offers a better representation of the inclusive and collaborative nature of ALSC members. In addition to hosting monthly #alscchat Twitter discussions, ALSC uses Twitter as a live updating platform and customer service tool. We invite you to learn more and find ALSC on Twitter.
ALSC is now accepting applications for the Strengthening Communities Through Libraries Minigrants.
Save the date for the 2017 Arbuthnot Honor Lecture featuring Jacqueline Woodson!