Resources for managing rapid change, advocating for intellectual freedom, and more in the new Fall/Winter 2021 catalog from ALA Editions | ALA Neal-Schuman
For Immediate Release
American Library Association
CHICAGO — In the midst of crisis, when organizations of all kinds have been forced to rethink their most basic operations and functions, libraries continue to demonstrate their resilience. Quickly pivoting to innovative ways of connecting their users to the information and services they need and enjoy, library workers are fully embracing the challenges of serving their communities in challenging times. In the Fall/Winter 2021 New and Noteworthy Titles Catalog from ALA Editions | ALA Neal-Schuman, you'll find the tools, guidance, and expertise that will help you move forward. Among the hundreds of titles featured:
- “Intellectual Freedom Manual, Tenth Edition,” Martin Garnar, editor, Trina Magi, assistant editor, for Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF);
- “The 24/7 Library: Ideas for Serving Your Community Anytime, Anywhere,” published in cooperation with Public Library Association (PLA), edited by Kathleen M. Hughes and Jamie Santoro;
- “A Trauma-Informed Approach to Library Services,” by Rebecca Tolley;
- “Classroom Management for School Librarians,” by Hilda K. Weisburg; and
- “The Chief Data Officer's Playbook, Second Edition,” by Caroline Carruthers and Peter Jackson.
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