Membership, Trustees, Friends, Students, Retirees and Library Personnel Making $10k or Less … $20

Membership for special members and library personnel making $10k or less.

Membership, First Time … $20

For those who have not been a member since 2004.

October Report – Constitution & Bylaws Committee

ILA Oct report.doc 23.5 KB

A Groovy Time was had by all

Thanks to all of you who attended and helped make the ILA annual 2007 conference such a great experience. Kudos to our conference planning committee: Annie Adamson, Elaine Leppert a.k.a BOB, Jody Vestal, Steve Poppino, Phil Homan, and Dylan Baker.

Executive Board Meeting Minutes DRAFT, 10-3-07

Executive Board Mtg Minutes DRAFT for 10-3-07.  Submitted by Lynne Bidwell, ILA Secretary, 2005-07. ILA Executive Board Mtg Minutes DRAFT 10-3-07.doc 44 KB

Groovy Program Schedule & Descriptions

The program schedule and program descriptions are now available for "Get Groovy @ Your Library: Books, Blogs & 2.0", the 2007 ILA Annual Fall Conference. This groovy conference will take place October 3-5 at the Nampa Civic Center. Registration materials are also available! Send in your registration before September 15th and get ready to groove, […]

ILA Annual Conference

Are you ready to Get Groovy, Library 2.0 style? Join us for the 2007 annual ILA conference in Nampa Idaho, October 3-6. Find out more at http://www.idaholibraries.org/node/190

Idaho Chapter Council Report online

Now that I've returned from Washington, DC, and the ALA Annual Conference, my report of Council events that took place during the conference is available on my Reports page on ILA website.

ALA Annual Conference

As I write, I'm currently taking part in the first ALA Council session of this meeting. If I had to pick a theme for the morning, I'd say we're talking a lot about transparency. There is a sort of disconnect in what role ALA plays for those members and state chapter members that are unable […]

Too Fond of Books

Have you seen the "Too Fond of Books" ornament with the quotation from Louisa May Alcott and wondered where the line is from? Thanks to Project Gutenberg, an online library of e-texts, the answer is: chapter 2 of a novel called Work: A Story of Experience. Here's an excerpt: Mrs. Stuart, though in her most […]

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