ALA is redesigning its website, and is soliciting feedback regarding preliminary screens, or wireframes. Input from individuals who had an opportunity to view the wireframes during the Annual Conference in Washington is also requested since a number of changes have been made to the wireframes based on feedback received during the conference.
ALA President-Elect Jim Rettig Seeking Applications and Nominations for 2008-2009 ALA and Council Committees
ALA President-Elect Jim Rettig is seeking applications and nominations for appointments to 2008–2009 ALA and Council committees. There are slots on the following committees: Accreditation; American Libraries Advisory; Awards; Budget Analysis and Review; Chapter Relations; Conference; Constitution and Bylaws; Council Orientation; Diversity; Education; Election; Human Resource Development and Recruitment Advisory; Information Technology Policy Advisory; Intellectual Freedom; International Relations; Legislation; Literacy; Literacy and Outreach Services Advisory; Membership; Membership Meetings; Organization; Orientation, Training, and Leadership Development; Policy Monitoring (current Council members only); Professional Ethics; Public and Cultural Programs Advisory; Public Awareness; Publishing; Research and Statistics; Resolutions; Rural, Native and Tribal Libraries of All Kinds; Scholarships and Study Grants; Status of Women in Librarianship; Website Advisory; ALA-Children's Book Council (Joint); ALA-Association of American Publishers (Joint) and ALA-Society of American Archivists-American Association of Museums (Joint). Committee charges are available in the ALA Handbook of Organization.
Interested applicants should complete and submit the electronic 2008–2009 ALA Committee Volunteer Form at:
Committee appointees will receive appointment letters after the 2008 ALA Midwinter Meeting in Philadelphia. Appointees will begin their committee service after the 2008 ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA.