In the ongoing efforts of the ALA Washington office to better serve ALA members, we have been offering new ways to help you stay current with our wide range of issues and activities.
In the past few months you may have noticed that most information from the ALA Washington Office has been posted on this blog. ALAWONs have been reserved primarily for more urgent messages that require grassroots action.
Did you know you can subscribe to the District Dispatch blog just like you subscribe to ALAWONs, simply by visiting the District Dispatch Subscription page and entering your email address?
That in mind, we need your feedback on how the two services compare. If you could, please sign up for the District Dispatch (at the above link) and let us know!
If you subscribed to the blog you would still get those same grassroots messages delivered right to your inbox, plus much more information on everything from grants, to developments in the Office for Information Technology Policy.
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