ALA has been adding more shots to their Flickr Set
ALA – “The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), has launched an ALSC blog at http://www.alsc.ala.org/blog The blog provides a venue for coverage and interactive discussion of time sensitive news in childrenâ€™s librarianship, current issues in the field, programs, conferences, initiatives, resources and activities of interest to ALSC members and those interested in childrenâ€™s librarianship.”
To Whom it May Concern:
Please do not send me any more advanced copies of Library Technology Reports. While I appreciate the efforts, I don’t have time to read unsolicited material. Instead, I would request that you send the copies reserved for me to a library that can’t afford to pay the $325 annual subscription.
Steven M. Cohen
ALA invited me to their Banned Books Flickr group. I’m not much of a joiner these days, but I said yes to the invite. Thanks ALA.
Loriene Roy – “Last week, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) calling upon the FCC to carefully consider the possible effects of regulating the Internet. ALA implores the FCC to ensure that producers and consumers of information are able to access and provide services on the Internet free from discriminatory practices, to ensure network neutrality.”
ALA – “The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), the fastest-growing division of the American Library Association, applauds two recent surveys that illustrate progress in staffing and use of library services to young adults.”
I know, I’m being a childish, but I couldn’t resist. Sorry ALA.
And yes, if ITI made this mistake, I would point it out too. I’m an equal opportunity child.