PL’s Guide to the 2013 ALA Annual Conference
Angela Hanshaw | June 11, 2013
The ALA Annual Conference in Chicago is just around the corner, and Programming Librarian’s recommended programs and events are now available. Check out the Programming Librarian’s Guide to the ALA Annual Conference as you plan your conference activities. This guide is the one-stop shop for author programs, special events, and other opportunities to build your skill set and find programming ideas and resources during the conference. You’ll find programs addressing topics such as:
- discussion & engagement;
- generational programming;
- multicultural programming; and
- science and technology.
Programs for adult, youth and family audiences build visibility for the library and enhance the library community’s ongoing commitment to lifelong learning and cultural engagement. Programs and events featured in the Programming Librarian’s Guide to the ALA Annual Conference will present new programming models for discussion and engagement, resources and inspiration for program development and practical tips for fundraising, promotion and building community partnerships, all serving the development of the library as a community cultural center.
Angela Hanshaw is Program Officer/Web Editor for the ALA Public Programs Office.