The American Library Association (ALA) is the oldest and the most prominent library association in the world offering association information, news, various literature events, and advocacy resources to librarians, library users, and members.
May 22, 2014 (Newswire) - American Library Association (ALA), the oldest and biggest library association in the world providing association news, information, events, and advocacy resources to librarians, library users, and members, will be hosting an interactive program known as "Libraries and E-government" during the American Library Association Annual 2014 in Las Vegas and do the honors of e-government panel for their invaluable contribution. This interactive program will take place on Saturday, June 28, 2014 in the Las Vegas Convention Center, room N260 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. It will explore various e-government tools that libraries are using to meet their patron's government information needs. ALA 2014, which will be held from June 26 to July 1, 2014 in Las Vegas, NV, encourages authors, librarians, literary agents, and other crucial members of the publishing world to become a part of the grand book promotion at this event.
Libraries and E-government, the interactive session, will be encouraging librarians, book promoting companies, and book readers to participate in e-government tasks since a large number of people are approaching libraries for job assistance and e-government tasks. Library leaders are especially encouraged to participate in this interactive program. At this session, a panel of experts will talk about effectual e-government services.
This session's speakers include Homa Naficy, the director of American Place and chief adult learning officer of the Hartford Public Library, Eunice Anderson, acting chief of the Neighborhood Library Services at the Enoch Pratt Free Library, and Shaney T. Livingston, the director of the Alachua County Library District.
In addition to this, e-government panelists will discuss about Lib2Gov, a new e-government website, that assists librarians to serve the government information requirements of their communities in a better way. Lib2Gov offers a dedicated space to librarians to share materials, stories, lesson plans, tutorials, and other e-government content and encourages E-book promotion. The website provides a vast variety of resources from the government organizations and agencies including information on taxation, social security, immigration, and healthcare.
So, if you are a librarian, book lover, or a member of the publishing industry, do not miss the golden opportunity to become a part of ALA 2014 this coming June.
About ALA: The American Library Association (ALA) is the oldest and the most prominent library association in the world offering association information, news, various literature events, and advocacy resources to librarians, library users, and members. ALA aims to provide leadership for the growth, promotion, and enhancement of library and information services and the career of librarianship to enhance learning and ensure easy access to the information for all individuals and crucial members of the publishing industry. This year American Library Association Annual 2014 is to organize an interactive program known as "Libraries and E-government" to help librarians explore various e-government tools and encourage E-book promotion effectively.
About CBE: The Combined Book Exhibit is one of the reputed and reliable book promoting companies in the publishing industry. For more than 75 years, it has been actively showcasing books at national and international book shows. Book authors, publishers, book publishing companies, literary agents, librarians, and other crucial members of the publishing world have full faith in Combined Book Exhibit to fulfill their promotional and marketing requirements and acquire exposure to their valuable work in the publishing world.
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