Publications

Applications due Aug. 1 to edit YALSA’s award-winning quarterly journal

CHICAGO — The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), seeks a member editor for its award-winning quarterly journal, Young Adult Library Services (YALS), and its online companion. The deadline for applications is Aug. 1.

Ethical behavior in the e-classroom

CHICAGO — “Ethical Behavior in the E-Classroom: What the Online Student Needs to Know,” published by Chandos Publishing and available through Neal-Schuman Publishers, is an important new guide for distance education students in higher education.

Collaboration, leadership and Response to Intervention examined in new School Library Research articles

CHICAGO — Three new research articles covering the topics of the process of teacher/school librarian collaboration, the role of the school librarian as a leader in technology integration and the function of school librarians in Response to Intervention (RtI) are now available online as part of the American Association of School Librarian’s online journal, School Library Research.

The role of faculty in teaching research processes

CHICAGO — Successful information literacy requires a multi-pronged effort by everyone coming into contact with students, including faculty.

Looking beyond avatars, trolls and puppets in digital communities

CHICAGO — Making the argument that community is not an inevitable result of communication, “Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: After Avatars, Trolls and Puppets” explores the communities that use digital platforms, portals and applications from daily life to build relationships beyond geographical locality and family links.

The 2012 edition of the Newbery and Caldecott awards guide

CHICAGO — What book was honored with a Newbery Award in 1931? Or awarded the Caldecott Medal in 1957? In 1974? Last year? Updated to include the 2012 award and honor books, “The Newbery and Caldecott Awards: A Guide to the Medal and Honor Books, 2012 Edition” gathers together the books deemed most distinguished in American children's literature and illustration since the inception of the renowned prizes.

First releases from Huron Street Press share ALA content and message with general readers

CHICAGO — Huron Street Press, a new publishing imprint of the American Library Association (ALA), has released its first three titles. In line with ALA’s mission to enhance learning and ensure access to information for all, they harness the expertise of the association and encourage library use among the public.

Free webinar on using mobile services to bridge digital divide

CHICAGO — The exploding popularity of smartphones and other mobile devices provides a unique opportunity for libraries to help bridge the digital divide. These devices are often discussed in the context of affluent populations and academic libraries, yet the demographics of mobile internet users are much more diverse than this, and the potential for mobile library services is correspondingly broad.

Managing intellectual capital in libraries

CHICAGO — In the knowledge economy, professionals have to make decisions about non-tangible, non-monetary, and largely invisible resources.

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