Going Pro: Success StoriesNovember 2, 2013 2-4 pmToco Hill-Avis G. Williams Library(DeKalb County Public Library branch)1282 McConnell DriveDecatur, GA 30033 Please join the Atlanta Emerging Librarians for a panel discussion on November 2nd, featuring Eli Arnold, Traci Drummond, Ashley Dupuy, Oscar Gittemeier and Casey Long. “Going Pro: Success Stories” is the third and final installment… Continue Reading Going Pro: Success Stories – November 2, 2013
GLA 2014 Calendars are available for sale now for $15.00 each by check payable to GLA. The calendar contains all the pictures that were contributed to the 2013 GLA Photo Contest. We were able to use almost all of the pictures so every month shows wonderful library activities from libraries throughout Georgia. All proceeds made… Continue Reading GLA 2014 Calendars for sale
by Elijah Scott Georgia Highlands College has undergone substantial changes in recent years, and our libraries have grown and evolved as well. GHC has locations in Rome, Cartersville, Marietta, Douglasville, and Dallas, Georgia. We have libraries at Rome, Cartersville, and Dallas, and we have an excellent cooperative arrangement with the Southern Polytechnic Library for our… Continue Reading Georgia Highlands College Libraries in the Spotlight!
The GLA Executive Board Officers for 2014 are:President: Susan Morris, University of Georgia1st Vice President/President Elect: Lace Keaton, Newton County Library System2nd Vice President/Membership Chair: Jay Turner, Georgia Public Library ServiceSecretary: Sandra E. Riggs, University of GeorgiaTreasurer: Ashley Dupuy, Kennesaw State University The GLA Academic Division Officers for 2014 are: Chair: Rhonda McCoy, Paine College… Continue Reading GLA 2014 Election Results
Georgia’s second Librarians Build Communities project will take place in Macon October 9-11 during the annual conference of the Georgia Council of Media Organizations. Food and donations will be collected for Loaves and Fishes, a local non-profit organization that assists community members with food, clothing, and other necessities. Libraries Build Communities began at ALA’s Annual… Continue Reading Librarians Build Communities In Macon
Cobb County School District and Cobb County Public Library Collaborative Summer Reading Programs in the Spotlight!
by Janell McClure Knowing the power in partnerships between school systems and public libraries, as well as the impact of summer reading programs on avoiding the “summer slide,” Janell McClure, Library Media Education Supervisor for the Cobb County School District (CCSD), contacted Patty Latch, Manager of the Youth and Media Department at the Cobb County… Continue Reading Cobb County School District and Cobb County Public Library Collaborative Summer Reading Programs in the Spotlight!
The Georgia Library Association is pleased to announce the October 2013 session of the Carterette Series Webinars. Leveraging Visual Literacy for CommunicationPresented by Nicole BrownThursday, October 3rd, 2013 2:00pm to 3:00pm Eastern TimeREGISTER The ability to critically engage with and communicate through visual materials is becoming a core competency for participation in today’s highly visual… Continue Reading Leveraging Visual Literacy for Communication: Free Webinar, October 3, 2013
Been wondering who will lead GLA in 2014? Check out the candidates before the ballot arrives! First Vice President / President-Elect Lace KeatonDirector, Newton County Library System Lace Keaton is currently the Director for Newton County Library System in Covington, GA. She holds an undergraduate BA in Humanities from George Williams College, Downers Grove, IL… Continue Reading 2014 Candidates for GLA Office
By: Sarah Freeman Timothy A. Hand and Juana Farfán perform in HIDDEN AWAY, created by Nicole Livieratos and Phillip DePoy. Photo by Jamie Hopper courtesy of The Lucky Penny. For most of us the public library is a place of reverence and mystique. We visit by day, creeping through the stacks until we find an… Continue Reading HIDDEN AWAY Performance Explores the Library at Night
Anchored at the Robert A. M. Stern-designed Columbus Public Library, the Chattahoochee Valley Libraries continue to provide successful programming, outreach and service to all residents of Columbus GA and the surrounding West Georgia counties of Cusseta-Chattahoochee, Marion and Stewart. A vital addition in recent years has been our two new Bookmobiles. One is a complete… Continue Reading Chattahoochee Valley Libraries in the Spotlight!