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ALA announces Google Policy Fellow for 2018

The ALA Washington Office is pleased to announce that Heather Braum will serve as ALA’s 2018 Google Policy Fellow. She will spend ten weeks in Washington, D.C. working on technology and internet policy issues through the library lens. As a Google Policy Fellow, Braum will explore diverse areas of the…

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2018 Google Policy Fellowship applications now open

The American Library Association is excited to announce the opening of the application process for the prestigious Google Policy Fellowship program. For the summer of 2018, the selected fellow will spend 10 weeks in residence at the ALA policy office in Washington, D.C., learning about national policy and completing a…

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ALA appoints Alisa Holahan OITP Research Associate

Today, the American Library Association (ALA) announced that Alisa Holahan will serve as a Research Associate in its Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP). In that role, Alisa will provide policy research assistance on copyright, telecommunications and E-rate and other issues within the OITP portfolio. Alisa just completed her term…

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My experience as a Google Public Policy Fellow

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the American Library Association’s Washington Office participation in the Google Public Policy Fellow program. We were lucky to host Alisa Holahan, JD, a graduate student at the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin, over the summer. Read on to…

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ALA celebrates 10 years of Google Policy Fellows

Last Friday, we said goodbye to our 2017 Google Policy Fellow Alisa Holahan. The week before her departure, she and OITP hosted a lunch and discussion for this year’s cohort of Google Policy Fellows. Similar to the six Policy Fellows lunches we have hosted in the past (in 2016, 2015,…

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