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Fighting the Spread

Health librarians quell pandemic panic with webinars

Valerie Wagley, counselor at Fair Oaks Elementary School in Cobb County, Georgia, reads to kids at a bookmobile stop in summer 2020. Photo: Kelli Wood

The Road to Normal

Bookmobiles and outreach staffers take on new roles in a year of COVID-19

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How User-Friendly Is Your Website?

Usability lessons for libraries in a remote world

Kazuo Ishiguro

Newsmaker: Kazuo Ishiguro

Celebrated author on how technology may alter our humanity

From the Executive Director by Tracie D. Hall

Revolutions Where We Stand

We must connect the fights against library and community disinvestment

Jack Miller dusts shelves at the main location of Gail Borden Public Library District in Elgin, Illinois, pre-pandemic. Photo: Gail Borden Public Library District in Elgin, Illinois

A Disproportionate Pandemic

Library patrons with disabilities face compounded challenges

A Place within ALA
With increased engagement, let’s be the change we need

Can Our Library Change Its Meeting Room Rules?
Lawyer-librarian fields legal questions

Call Number Podcast: Talking About Race
Episode 59 features conversations about race in the US

2021 Andrew Carnegie Medal Winners Announced
McBride, Giggs honored for excellence in fiction and nonfiction

Remote Realities

A Shot in the Arm
Libraries serve as COVID-19 vaccination sites

ALA Announces 2021 Annual Conference Will Be Virtual

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