On Sunday, President Barack Obama will release a special video message to ALA Conference attendees.
The special message from the White House will air on Sunday, June 30, 2013, at 8:30a.m. in the McCormick Convention Center, room South 100C. President Obama will discuss ways that libraries will serve as places where consumers seek information about the health insurance marketplace that will begin October 1, 2013.
Shortly after the video announcement, the ALA Washington Office will team up with several organizations and government agencies to host “Libraries & Health Insurance: Preparing for October 1,” a session that will teach library leaders how to serve patrons with the new Affordable Care Act program. The session will be held on Sunday, June 30, 2013, from 1:00—2:30p.m. in McCormick Place Convention Center room S501BCD.
Session speakers include Jackie Garner, Medicaid consortium administrator; Susan Hildreth, director of Institute of Museum and Library Services; Ruth Holst, associate director at the National Network of Library of Medicine Greater Midwest Regional Medical Library at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Kendra Morgan, senior program manager, OCLC Webjunction.
Latest posts by Jazzy Wright (see all)
- Don’t miss NASA astronaut talk about exciting girls about science - June 14, 2016
- What makes a library entrepreneurship program great? - June 14, 2016
- What kinds of coding classes are offered in libraries? - June 13, 2016