What is American Libraries Live?
American Libraries Live is a joint production of American Libraries and ALA Editions, units of the American Library Association. It is a free, streaming video broadcast about today’s library issues and trends. Each episode focuses on a specific issue affecting libraries and librarians, and features a panel of vendors and library industry experts engaged in a real-time discussion. By registering on-line, it allows viewers (you) the option to interact and ask questions with the hosts via a live chat format. This publication provides another opportunity for CMLE members to stay connected at a significant cost savings (stretching dollars).
- In April, Sue Polanka, will lead a panel discussion on, “The Present and Future of e-Books.” This episode will air on Thursday, April 18th at 1pm Central time. You can register here!
- If you were not able to view this month’s (March) broadcast about Library Safety & Security with Cathy Hakala-Ausperk and Brett Lear, click here for the recorded conversation now available on YouTube.