Campaign for America's Libraries

Celebrate National Library Week with new promotions and tools

CHICAGO — Looking for ways to promote National Library Week (April 13-19, 2014)? The American Library Association’s Campaign for America’s Libraries has a variety of tools and promotional ideas to help you promote the theme of Lives change @ your library. Tools are available at

Leading up to and throughout National Library Week, the Campaign is hosting several social media promotions.

Promote yourself @ your library

CHICAGO – Looking for ways to promote your library and library services to your community? Check out the American Library Association's Campaign for America’s Libraries, @ your library brand.

The @ your library brand was developed to provide libraries of all types, across the country and around the world, with a strong unified message about the value of libraries and librarians. The brand serves as a reminder that no matter the interest, information and resources are available @ your library.

Australia libraries promote @ your library campaign with Library Lovers Day

CHICAGO – The @ your library public awareness campaign has found success in the land down under.

A recent article in Information Today written by Victoria Anderson, a consultant in the Public Library Services branch of the State Library of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, documents the history of Library Lovers Day in Australia.

You can find the article by visiting

Promotional ideas wanted for National Library Week 2014

CHICAGO — The American Library Association's (ALA) Campaign for America's Libraries is soliciting stories telling how libraries of all types are promoting National Library Week with the theme Lives change @ your library.  Ideas will be shared on the National Library Week tools page.  Librarians can email ideas to  

Author David Baldacci weighs in on e-books, library budget cuts in @ your library video

CHICAGO — Author David Baldacci, who wrote the best-seller “Absolute Power,” said he believes publishers will provide libraries with greater access to e-books in a video produced by the American Library Association (ALA) Public Information Office (PIO) for the ALA’s website for the public,

Judy Blume named Honorary Chair, National Library Week 2014

CHICAGO – Judy Blume has been named the 2014 Honorary Chair of National Library Week (April 13-19, 2014).

This year, National Library Week will be celebrated with the theme Lives change @ your library.

Promoting African American History Month: Lifetime Network and ALA

CHICAGO — The Lifetime Network and the American Library Association’s Campaign for America’s Libraries are working together to promote African American History Month by encouraging television viewers to experience the inspirational story of Gabby Douglas.

Ten librarians from across the nation receive prestigious public service honor

Carnegie Corporation of New York, The New York Times and the American Library Association announce I Love My Librarian Award recipients

There is still time to apply to win $3,000 to promote your library

CHICAGO — The deadline for the 2014 Scholastic Library Publishing National Library Week Grant has been extended to Dec. 6, 2013.  The grant is open to all types of libraries seeking to share their stories and raise public awareness. The library that develops the best public awareness campaign using the National Library Week theme will be awarded $3,000 to promote its library and library services.

“DIY @ your library” for Teen Tech Week, materials for National Library Week among gems in new ALA Graphics catalog

CHICAGO — Dozens of exciting new products that are bound to inspire and excite readers in schools and libraries across the nation are spotlighted in the new ALA Graphics Winter 2013 catalog. Featured on the cover is YALSA’s 2014 Teen Tech Week™ theme — DIY @ your library®.


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