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  1. Publications sorted by ALA Division, Round Table, and Office

    Many of ALA’s units publish through ALA Editions or include their publications in the ALA Online Store. Some publications, including freely available online publications, “white papers” and blogs, are listed on the unit web sites. Please visit the followi ...

    admin - 03/27/2017 - 21:15 - Offices of the American Library Association

  2. Serving Non-English Speakers

    American Library Association (ALA) study provides new information about library services and programs developed for non-English speakers, including effectiveness of services, barriers to library use, most frequently used services and most success library ...

    admin - 11/02/2012 - 11:02 - Offices of the American Library Association

  3. Transforming Library Service through Information Commons

    D. Russell Bailey and Barbara Gunter Tierney Transforming Library Service through Information Commons provides context-based documentation, evidence, and practical first-person stories from twenty diverse and successful commons implementations. Post-publi ...

    admin - 12/19/2011 - 05:20 - Offices of the American Library Association

  4. Summer Reading Program Fun

    10 Thrilling, Inspiring, Wacky Board Games for Kids Wayne L. Johnson and Yvette C. Johnson As a convenience to readers of Summer Reading Program Fun: 10 Thrilling, Inspiring, Wacky Board Games for Kids, ALA Editions is making available electronic files fo ...

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  5. Licensing Digital Content, Second Edition

    Lesley Ellen Harris   For more information, visit www.licensingdigitalcontent.blogspot.com. Back to Web Extra home page ...

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  6. Soul of a People: Voices from the Writers’ Project

    The American Library Association, in association with Spark Media, an award-winning, Washington, D.C.–based production and outreach company specializing in issues of social change, has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) ...

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  7. Exploring the Civil Rights Movement

    Book Links January 2008 (vol. 17, no. 3) By Jeanne McLain Harms and Lucille J. Lettow Elementary school through high school Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Black History Month with books that portray the leaders and everyday heroes of the civil r ...

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  8. Connecting Content to Standards

    Book Links  January 2008 (vol. 17, no. 3) In an effort to help Book Links readers integrate the magazine’s content into the curriculum, below is a list of standards related to selected articles in this issue. This list is intended to serve as a general gu ...

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  9. Thinking Outside the Book: Reading the World with Google Earth

    Book Links May 2008 (Vol. 17 no.5) By Jill Castek and Jessica Mangelson Extend the enjoyment of literature with three-dimensional annotated maps of the world. Great books take us to new places, spark our imagination, and make it possible to experience the ...

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  10. The Scene of the Crime: Investigating New Mysteries

    Book Links January 2008 (vol. 17, no. 3) By Jeanette Larson Upper elementary school through high school Take the detective work out of finding high-interest reading for students with these recent mysteries and informational titles. It doesn’t take a detec ...

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