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Political strategist to speak on new political landscape at ALA Mid-Winter Conference

Are you heading to Seattle for the American Library Association (ALA) Midwinter Conference in January? If so, then you can learn about the new political landscape during the ALA Washington Office Update session featuring Jennifer Duffy, political strategist. Ms. Duffy will address librarians and library activists and discuss how the elections and the new class of politicians will impact libraries, library policies and legislation. This session will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2013, from 8:30am to 10:30am. For more details about the session and Ms. Duffy, please see the District Dispatch post.

Advocacy Preconferences at ALA Midwinter Conference

If you are attending the American Library Association Midwinter Conference in Dallas in January, check out the advocacy preconferences that are being offered. See the District Dispatch post  for details.

E-rate Program at ALA Mid-Winter

If you will be attending the American Library Association (ALA) Mid-Winter Conference, you might be interested in an e-rate program being offered by the ALA Office of Information Technology Policy.  The program will discuss the changes to e-rate, followed by an opportunity to have a 10-minute, one-on-one appointment with John Noran, head of Customer Services for the Universal Service Access Fund.  For details, see the District Dispatch posting.  (It appears below the information on an e-books program.)

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