Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA)
2016 PALS Group Project
The Pennsylvania Library Association is pleased to announce the start of PaLAunchPod, a series of podcasts featuring Pennsylvania Librarians doing what they do best...being awesome! Do you know of someone in a Pennsylvania library who is doing fantastic things and needs to tell the world about it? PaLAunchPod is seeking nominations for a series of interviews featuring incredible librarians and staff doing amazing programs, providing exceptional services, involving their community in their library- or vice versa. Perhaps there was a twist on the ordinary, a fortuitous turn of events, or an unexpected impact made by something done at your library, system or district. Do you know of someone that fits this description? Perhaps it is even you?
Please submit your nomination at http://tinyurl.com/PaLAunchPod. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
2016 PaLA Award Winners
On behalf of the 2016 Awards Committee, we are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 awards to be presented at the PaLA Annual Conference, Reaching New Heights, at the Kalahari Resort in the Poconos. Read more
Pennsylvania Libraries: Research & Practice (PaLRaP)
The Fall 2016 issue of Pennsylvania Libraries: Research & Practice (PaLRaP) is now online at palrap.org
2016 Best Practices winners and honorable mentions!
Download the pdf list of this years' winners
PaLA thanks Michele Bridges, with the Altoona Area Public Library, for creating the conference speaker banner for use on our website and Facebook page. PaLA also thanks Gayle Johnson, with the Grove Family Library, for her BUCKS banner design that was posted on the PaLA Facebook page, and Aly Gray with Harrisburg Area Community College for our 2016 Holiday Banner.
PaLA Bulletin - Open Access
The PaLA Bulletin is full of news you can use,
interesting articles, and important announcements and available to anyone visiting this website!