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  1. ALA Round Tables

    A round table is a membership unit established to promote a field of librarianship not within the scope of any single division. Although it cannot commit the Association by any declaration of policy, a round table may recommend policy and action to other ...

    admin - 05/01/2017 - 11:53 - Member Groups & Communities

  2. ALA Member Leader Resources

    This section of the website provides resource materials for volunteer leaders across the American Library Association, its divisions, round tables, committees and chapters. This page was prepared under the direction of the ALA Training, Orientation  and L ...

    admin - 04/06/2017 - 11:00 - Member Groups & Communities

  3. ALA and Council Committees

    Committees created by the Executive Board, Council, and the president are designated as committees of the Association and committees of the Council. Most of the following committees are standing committees of either ALA or Council. Committees of the Assoc ...

    admin - 04/05/2017 - 15:51 - Member Groups & Communities

  4. Special Committees, Working Groups, and Task Forces

    Digital Content Working Group Supporting the "Transformation" of libraries is a priority of the Association's 2015 Strategic Plan, and the rapid shift from print to digital content is one of the more dramatic developments now transforming l ...

    admin - 12/02/2016 - 12:17 - Member Groups & Communities

  5. Committees, Volunteer Resources & Opportunities

    Find Your Opportunity to Volunteer The American Library Association carries out its work through a member-driven structure of committees and subcommittees, divisions, round tables, and several other types of groups.  Each committee has a specific purpose, ...

    admin - 01/28/2015 - 10:56 - Member Groups & Communities

  6. ALA electronic discussion lists using Sympa

    ALA uses electronic discussion lists for interactive communications. There are lists for committees, roundtables and other groups. ALA uses an open-source mailing list application called Sympa.  Sympa provides ALA members with a web interface for handling ...

    admin - 12/02/2014 - 12:29 - Member Groups & Communities

  7. Joint Committees

    The following joint committees have been established by Council action in accordance with Bylaws Article VIII, Section 5. Joint committees are of two types: (1) those established between ALA and an outside organization, in which case the ALA Executive Boa ...

    admin - 08/12/2014 - 17:05 - Member Groups & Communities

  8. American Library Association

    Affiliates Affiliate organizations of the American Library Association are groups having purpose or interests similar to those of the Association. Under Article X, Section 1, of the Constitution and upon application formally made by the proper officers, t ...

    admin - 08/27/2013 - 12:02 - Member Groups & Communities

  9. Policies and Guidelines for the ALA Website

    I. Introduction Technological developments have impacted the way that organizations present themselves to their members and the general public. Many organizations have moved their public presence to the Internet allowing people to access organizational in ...

    admin - 02/15/2012 - 03:28 - Member Groups & Communities

  10. Tech Resources

    We're currently developing the new structure (information architecture) of our website. Explore the left navigation, but please be patient; the content for most of these pages won't arrive until later. ...

    admin - 02/15/2012 - 03:28 - Member Groups & Communities