Tag Archives: iPAC

Univ. of Md. information policy students visit the Washington Office

Image of Washington Office

In late April, the American Library Association (ALA) Washington Office had the pleasure of hosting 14 graduate students from the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland. These students—all with interests in information policy—came to learn and discuss the wide range of our policy work and how we approach it—and enjoy a buffet of Chinese food. ALA Washington ... Read More »

Free webinar: Bringing fresh groceries to your library

Food basket

On March 25, 2015, the American Library Association’s Washington Office and the University of Maryland’s iPAC will host the free webinar “Baltimore’s Virtual Supermarket: Grocery Delivery to Your Library or Community Site.” During the webinar, library leaders will discuss Baltimore’s Virtual Supermarket Program, an innovative partnership between the Enoch Pratt Free Library, the Baltimore City Health Department and ShopRite. Through ... Read More »

Free webinar: Expanding immigrant access through libraries

Hartford Public Library

Library services to immigrants are extensive and include world language collections, multicultural programming, ESL, citizenship, computer classes, and information brokering. Learn how your library can better support immigrants in “We Belong Here: Expanding Immigrant Access to Government and Community,” a free webinar hosted by e-government service Lib2gov from the American Library Association’s Washington Office and University of Maryland’s iPAC. This ... Read More »

Join March 6 free webinar on mapping inclusion: Public library technology and community needs

Computer classes at the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Ct.

As economic, education, health and other disparities grow, equitable access to and participation in the online environment is essential for success. And yet, communities and individuals find themselves at differing levels of readiness in their ability to access and use the Internet, engage a range of digital technologies and get and create digital content. The Digital Inclusion Survey examines the ... Read More »

Free webinar: Library partnerships

Alachua County Library District

Library e-government resource Lib2gov today announced “A Library Partnership = Neighborhood Resource Center,” a free webinar that will explore library community partnerships: This webinar highlights the Library Partnership of the Alachua County Library District (ACLD), which is a collaboration with the Partnership for Strong Families and over 30 other service providers expanding the traditional library role in its community. By sharing ... Read More »