Georgia Library Association Annual Mid-Winter Planning Conference (GLAAMPC) on Friday, January 29, 2010 at the lovely Downs Continuing Education Center at Clayton State University in Morrow, Georgia. This kick-off meeting for 2010 is an important event for ALL members -NEW and OLD (not old old…I mean old hands…I mean those with more experience…okay, and just… Continue Reading Georgia Library Association 2010 Annual Mid-Winter Planning Conference
The Georgia Library Association Executive Board recently passed a Resolution on the 2009 Reauthorization of the USA Patriot Act. You can read the resolution on the website atResolution on the 2009 Reauthorization of the USA Patriot Act.
Kristin Stout has been selected as the GLA sponsored participant in the 2010 group of ALA Emerging Leaders. Kristin will receive funding from GLA to attend the ALA midwinter and annual conferences next year, where she will receive leadership training and work on collaborative leadership projects with the American Library Association and its state chapters.… Continue Reading Kristin Stout GLA’s 2010 ALA Emerging Leader
The results of the Academic Library Division election are available at https://gla.georgialibraries.org/div_ald_election.htm. Congratulations!
The results of the Georgia Library Association Officers election are available at https://gla.georgialibraries.org/electionresults_2010.htm. Congratulations to our new officers!
Please join us for the October meeting of the Atlanta Emerging Librarians Group! Details available here.
Georgia Library Quarterly 46 (2), Spring 2009 includes an article by Diana J. Very on The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: How It Pertains to Georgia’s Libraries. Ms. Very, director of LSTA, Statistics and Research for Georgia Public Library Service, gave us permission to post the article on the GLA website, where you can now… Continue Reading The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: How It Pertains to Georgia’s Libraries
GLA has a new Flickr page! Take a look here.
There is now a link to ALA’s Capwiz on the homepage menu. It is called Legislative Action.
We are revising our procedure for reviewing materials for the GLQ. We would like reviewers to use new items from their own libraries as the review copies. We are asking that those interested in reviewing items should choose those that can be linked to the Southeast (history, gardening, biography, etc.), are written by a Southern… Continue Reading Seeking GLQ Book Reviewers