ALA wants high-resolution images of your library

As part of the American Library Association (ALA) Washington Office’s ongoing efforts to modernize and reinvigorate the District Dispatch blog, the office is seeking large high-resolution images of patrons using services offered by your library.

Photo by Jason Armstrong.

Photo by Jason Armstrong.

We will use high-resolution images of your library on the District Dispatch when we discuss government and information technology policies that impact libraries.

High-resolution images can include photos of:

  • Library patrons, young and old, using digital tools and resources, such as 3D printers, computers, tablets or digital collections
  • Students participating in tutoring or mentoring programs
  • Jobseekers participating in employment programs
  • Book storytimes
  • Makerspace activities
  • Innovative library programs or classes
  • Community forums
  • Outdoor images of your library

Your library images will bolster the ALA Washington Office’s advocacy efforts in Washington. Please send all images to ALA Washington Office Press Officer Jazzy Wright at jwright[at]alawash.org.

About Jazzy Wright

Jazzy Wright was a press officer of the American Library Association's Washington Office.

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