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A guide to the best sources for finding out about diabetes

CHICAGO — For the more than 26 million Americans diagnosed with or affected by diabetes, having accurate information on the disease is crucial. But the sheer volume of information available can be daunting for patients and caregivers alike.

Book as iPad app back by popular demand

CHICAGO - By popular demand, ALA Editions announces a new session of its first-of-its-kind facilitated eCourse, Book as iPad App: Multimedia, Multi-Touch E-Books and their Future in Libraries with Nicole Hennig. This four-week eCourse will begin on April 2, 2013.

Popular teen programming eCourse returns in April

CHICAGO - By popular demand, ALA Editions announces a new session of the facilitated eCourse Collaborating with Teens to Build Better Library Programs with Jennifer Velásquez.

Using LibGuides to enhance library services

CHICAGO — “Using LibGuides to Enhance Library Services: A LITA Guide,” published by ALA TechSource and available through the ALA Store, shows readers how to harness the easy-to-use tools in Springshare’s LibGuides to help organize webpages, improve students’ research experience and learning and interact with an online community of librarians sharing their work and ideas.

ALA Techsource welcomes back the popular tablets in libraries workshop

CHICAGO - ALA TechSource is offering a new session of the popular workshop, "Integrating iPads and Tablet Computers into Library Services" with Rebecca Miller, Carolyn Meier and Heather Moorefield-Lang.

Learn how to bring patrons in with a great music collection

CHICAGO - ALA Editions announces another session of its best-selling workshop, "Building a Music Collection that Brings People to Your Library" with Matthew Moyer and Andrew Coulon.

Sue Polanka's e-books workshop back by popular demand

CHICAGO - By popular demand, ALA TechSource announces another session of its best-selling workshop, "Integrating E-Books and E-Readers into Your Library," with Sue Polanka.

Hernon and Matthews present reflections on the future of academic and public libraries

CHICAGO — Academic and public libraries are much different today than they were even 15 years ago. With even bigger changes on the horizon, what lies in store?  “Reflecting on the Future of Academic and Public Libraries,” published by ALA Editions, offers ideas to academic and public librarians about the future of library services. Editors Peter Hernon and Joseph R.

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