Tag Archives: Barbara Kennelly

Library leaders: E-rate opportunities take center stage

MLK Digital Commons in Washington, D.C. Photo by Phil-Freelon

Today, at the start of the American Library Association’s Midwinter (ALA) Meeting in Chicago, the Association announced the launch of “Got E-rate?,” a new initiative that encourages library leaders to apply for internet discounts as part of the national E-rate program. The initiative is a response to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) recent overhaul of the E-rate program, which included ... Read More »

Why All Librarians Should be Vocal Advocates

Today, I had the opportunity to attend “Women 2020: How Women Are Reshaping the Economy, Politics and the World,” an event hosted by the National Journal magazine focused on bringing influential women in Washington together to discuss the evolving role of women in the economy, policy and politics. Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi headlined the event, and several ... Read More »