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                                         Authors to Read from Their Works on the
 2005 Student
 to Staff                                LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage
                                            The ALA Public Programs Office will      reate and author of Delights and Shad-         On Monday, June 27, don’t miss Lisa
 Program                                 present several critically acclaimed and
                                         best-selling authors on the 11th annual
                                                                                     ows, which won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize
                                                                                     for Poetry, kicks off the stage readings
                                                                                                                                 See, author of the forthcoming
                                                                                                                                 Snowflower and the Secret Fan: A
 Participants                            LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage.
                                            Authors and poets from across the
                                                                                     at 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 26. The
                                                                                     day continues with a reading by Nikki
                                                                                                                                 Novel, at 12:30 p.m.; Leonard Kniffel,
                                                                                                                                 American Libraries editor and author
                                         country will read from their works on       Giovanni, poet and author of numerous       of A Polish Son in the Motherland, at
    The following students are
                                         the LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage      books for adults and young readers, in-     1:00 p.m.; Faith Sullivan, author of sev-
 participating in the ALA
                                         in Aisle 3000 of Hall A1 in the             cluding The Collected Poetry of Nikki       eral novels, including the recent Gar-
 Confence Student to Staff Pro-
                                         McCormick Place Convention Center           Giovanni, 1968-1998, at 12:30 p.m.;         denias, at 1:30 p.m.; Diane McKinney-
 gram, which allows library
                                         today through Monday, June 27, from                                                     Whetstone, winner of the 2005 BCALA
 school students to attend the
                                         12:00–3:30 p.m. This year’s LIVE! @                                                     Literary Award for fiction, reading from
 ALAAnnual Conference for free,
                                         your library Reading Stage features           Authors and poets from                    Leaving Cecil Street, at 2:00 p.m.; Chi-
 in exchange for working four
                                         readings by authors and poets represent-    across the country will read                cago lawyer and author David Ellis read-
 hours a day during the Confer-
                                         ing the best in current contemporary                                                    ing from In the Company of Liars, at
 ence. These students will be                                                          from their works on the
                                         literature and poetry.                                                                  2:30 p.m.; and Christian Wiman, Po-
 working all over, so please say
                                            Appearing on the stage today are
                                                                                     LIVE! @ your library Reading                etry magazine editor, essayist and poet
 hello!                                                                              Stage in Aisle 3000 of Hall A1
                                         Chitra Divakaruni, award-winning au-                                                    and author of the forthcoming collection,
    Michelle Angell, Simmons                                                           in the McCormick Place
                                         thor and poet, reading from Queen of                                                    Hard Night, at 3:00 p.m. Readings from
 College; Kimberly Babcock,
                                         Dreams, at 12:30 p.m.; Elizabeth Berg,          Convention Center.                      Poetry magazine at 3:30 p.m. conclude
 University of Wisconsin – Madi-
                                         New York Times best-selling author of                                                   the day.
 son; Angela Bardeen, UNC -
                                         several novels, including The Year of                                                      The ALA Public Programs Office, in
 Chapel Hill; Erin Blad, Univer-                                                     Kathryn Harrison, author of the forth-
                                         Pleasures, at 1:00 p.m.; novelist Kent                                                  cooperation with The Poetry Founda-
 sity of Hawaii; Karen Brooks                                                        coming Envy, at 1:00 p.m.; Ingrid Hill,
                                         Haruf, author of Eventide, at 1:30 p.m.;                                                tion, publisher of Poetry magazine, pre-
 University of Pittsburgh;                                                           author of Ursula Under at 1:30 p.m.;
                                         Susan Power, author of Roofwalker, at                                                   sents the LIVE! @ your library Reading
 Judith Brown-McKenna, Texas                                                         Tim Farrington, author of Lizzie’s War
                                         2:00 p.m.; Susan Hahn, poet, play-                                                      Stage. Admission to the readings at the
 Woman’s University, Amy                                                             at 2:00 p.m.; Edward Schwarzschild,
                                         wright and author of Self/Pity, at 2:30                                                 LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage is
 Cass, SUNY Buffalo; Frank                                                           first-time author of Responsible Men, at
                                         p.m.; Rebecca Kohn, author of The                                                       free for all conference attendees. For
 Collia, University of South                                                         2:30 p.m.; María Amparo Escandón, au-
                                         Gilded Chamber, at 3:00 p.m.; and poet                                                  additional information about these pro-
 Florida; Kevin Delecki, Wayne                                                       thor of González & Daughter Trucking
                                         Orlando Ricardo Menes, reading from                                                     grams, please visit www.ala.org/
 State University; Colin Dube,                                                       Co., at 3:00 p.m.; and poet Christina
                                         Furia, at 3:30 p.m.                                                                     publicprograms or check your final con-
 Clark Atlanta University; Julie                                                     Pugh, author of Rotary, at 3:30 p.m.
                                            Ted Kooser, United States Poet Lau-                                                  ference program book.
 Edwards, Univ. of Illinois - Ur-
 bana Champaign; Nancy
 Enterline, Florida State Uni-
 versity; Melissa Ernst, Clarion         PPO Seeks Support for Cultural Communities Fund
 University; Joanna Fabicon,                The ALA Public Programs Office              “I am happy to contribute to the Cul-    Jacobs, chair of the Public and Cultural
 UCLA; Megan Fink, UNC –                 (PPO) recently launched a campaign to       tural Communities Fund,” said Marga-        Programs Advisory Committee. “It is so
 Greensboro; Gina Firnhaber,             create the Cultural Communities Fund        ret Clark, Adult Programs Supervisor        important that we build the Cultural
 East Carolina University;               (CCF), an endowment to support local        at the Kansas City Public Library. “Over    Communities Fund in order to continue
 Adelaide Fletcher, Louisiana            libraries in establishing community and     the years, our library has benefited        providing grant and program support
 State University; Iris Godwin,          cultural programs. The first of its kind,   greatly from the efforts of ALA’s Public    to libraries across the country. I hope
 University of Tennessee – Knox-         the fund will help libraries of all types   Programs Office. It is a great group to     that those who have benefited from past
 ville; Kara Greenberg, Long             develop and host programs in the arts,      work with and I have enjoyed our asso-      initiatives will make a personal contri-
 Island University; Megan                humanities, and civic discussion in di-     ciation – they are helpful, responsive,     bution of any size to demonstrate their
 Hegna, University of Iowa; Me-          verse communities across the country.       and committed to libraries and the hu-      support.”
 lissa Helwig, University of                The long-term goal of the Cultural       manities. I only wish to further that          To make a pledge or donation, please
 Western Ontario; Melissa                Communities Fund is to build a $5 mil-      goal.”                                      visit the ALA Public Programs Office
 Keenan, University of Texas at          lion endowment to provide training and         “More than 8,000 librarians and li-      in booth #3041 or online at www.ala.org/
 Austin; Bethany Lafferty, Do-           continuing education for librarians, es-    braries have participated in library pro-   ccf. Donors will receive special recogni-
 minican University; Jenine              tablish model programs, and offer pro-      gramming supported by Public Pro-           tion appropriate to their contribution
 Lillian, University of Washing-         gramming grants to libraries.               grams Office initiatives,” said Deborah     level.
 ton; Jennifer Link, University
 of Kentucky; Aurora Mallin,
 Kent State University;
 Jeanette Mausolf, University of                                                                                                 Share your Teen Read
 Missouri — Columbia; Angie                ‘Let’s Talk About It: Jewish Literature—
                                                                                                                                 Week Ideas with
 Miraflor, San Jose State Uni-
                                           Identity & Imagination’ Grants Available
 versity; Jennifer Poggiali, Pratt
 University; Michelle Porten,                 The ALA Public Programs Office         of the McCormick Place Convention
                                                                                                                                 YALSA and Get
 University of Wisconsin – Mil-            (PPO) is pleased to announce that         Center.                                     a Free Book!
 waukee; Chris Putnam-Pouliot,             grants for Let’s Talk About It: Jew-          Let’s Talk About It is a reading
 SUNY        Albany;       Ellen           ish Literature – Identity & Imagi-        and book discussion program model              The first 300 people to visit the YALSA
 Rubenstein, Indiana State Uni-            nation, funded by Nextbook, are           developed by the American Library           Membership Booth and share your plans
 versity; Meredith Solomon,                available now. Libraries interested in    Association (ALA) in 1984. The pro-         for Teen Read Week will receive a free
 Emporia State University;                 applying for a grant can download an      gram focuses on reading a common            hardcover copy of The Mob by Clem
 Aimee Thrasher-Hanson,                    application and guidelines found at       series of books, chosen by a nation-        Martini, courtesy of Teen Read Week
 Queens College; Rhonda Turley,            www.ala.org/publicprograms. The           ally known scholar, and discussing          sponsor, Kids Can Press.
 University of Oklahoma;                   final deadline for grant applications     them in the context of a larger                Now in its eighth year, Teen Read
 Miranda Turner, Catholic Uni-             is September 30, 2005.                    theme. Over the past 20 years, the          Week is a national literacy initiative of
 versity; Savannah Walker,                    To learn more about the grant ap-      model has been adopted - and                the Young Adult Library Services Asso-
 University of Southern Missis-            plication guidelines and selection cri-   adapted - by hundreds of libraries          ciation. The theme for Teen Read Week
 sippi; Christina Weischedel,              teria and hear from current project       throughout the country. For more            2005, “Get Real! @ your library®,” en-
 Southern Connecticut State                participants, join PPO for an infor-      information, visit www.ala.org/             courages teens to explore the world of
 University; Andrea Williams,              mation session on Sunday June 26th        publicprograms or visit the Public          nonfiction.
 Syracuse University.                      from 10:30-12:00 p.m., Room S502a         Programs Office in booth #3041.                For information and ideas about Teen
                                                                                                                                 Read Week and about teen reading click
                                                                                                                                 on www.ala.org/teenread.
                             Page 23 • Cognotes

ALA Caucuses Focus On Service Delivery
Challenges In Diverse Environments
   The associations of librarians of color,   brarians Assoication (APALA), Sunday,
often referred to as ‘caucuses,’ demon-       June 26, 1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m., MCP
strate their concerns for equity of ac-       S105a. Presenters address collections
cess in libraries’ delivery of service with   serving information needs of diverse
more than a dozen programs at this con-       Asian Pacific American populations and
ference. Each addressing topics of spe-       Asian American Studies scholars, the
cial interest to their organizations, the     influence the publishing industry in pro-     Come view Roger Sutton’s 76-minute interview
groups are often collaborating with like      ducing books and other materials by
organizations and ALA divisions, offices      and about Asian Pacific Americans, and
                                                                                               with Maurice Sendak on a large screen
and committees to bring a broader per-        the current trends in academic writing
spective to the discussion and draw at-       in the field of Asian American Studies.
                                                                                                  Attendees will receive a limited edition
tention to the related situations across         Recruiting Ethnic Minorities to                    Bears broadside while supplies last
racial and ethnic lines. More about these     Librarianship: The Impact of
organizations may be found at: http://
www.ala.org/ala/olos/libassocofcolor/
                                              Thirty Years of Research on Past
                                              Actions and Future Strategies,
                                                                                           Saturday, June 25 1:30–3:30 PM
librariansassociations.htm
   Collecting World Cultures: Afri-
                                              Black Caucus of the American Library
                                              Assoication (BCALA), Sunday, June 26,
                                                                                          Monday, June 27 10:30 AM–12:30 PM
can, Asian, Caribbean, and Native             10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m., Sheraton,                         McCormick Place Ballroom B/C
American Materials in Chicago In-             Sheraton Ballroom I. Library recruit-
stitutions, American Indian Library           ment and professional development pro-
Association (AILA), Sunday, June 26,          fessionals review scholarly articles pub-
1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m., MCP S402. Learn          lished about recruitment issues in the
how Chicago institutions have amassed         last thirty years (1974-2004.), while
extensive collections of diverse materi-      some of the authors address conclusions                                                   Bears
als representing cultures from the New        reached and the impact these may have                                                     Story by Ruth Krauss
World (Native American, Caribbean),           had on recruitment efforts as they re-                                                    Pictures by Maurice Sendak
Asia, and Africa. Librarians and schol-       late to ethnic minorities.                                                                Tr 0-06-027994-X • $14.95 ($19.95)
ars will discuss cultural appropriation,         Riding the Electronic Rooster:                                                         Lb 0-06-075716-7 • $15.89 ($22.89)
opportunities for multifaceted use by na-     Equal Access Anytime, Anywhere
tive communities, and difficulties pre-       in Your Language! Chinese American
sented by linguistic diversity.               Librarians Association (CALA), Sun-
   How Does Your Library ‘Stack               day, June 26, 1:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m., MCP
Up’ to Meet The Needs of Asian                S105bc. Speakers explore live chat
Pacific Americans in Your Com-                                                            Michael di Capua Books • HarperCollins Publishers • www.harperchildrens.com
munities? Asian Pacific American Li-                             Continued on page 24
Page 24 • Cognotes                    Saturday, June 25, 2005


 Stories for a Saturday Evening                                                             LAMA Presents Sunday Programs
    Can’t decide how to spend your Sat-         and author of many children’s books           Library Administration and Man-           mitted by hundreds of libraries of all
 urday night? Join ALSC for its an-             including the series My Teacher Is An       agement Association (LAMA) will             types and sizes. Features include the
 nual Stories for a Saturday Evening,           Alien mingles storytelling and theatre      present two outstanding programs on         “Best of Show” Awards, an “Extreme
 8:00–10:00 p.m. in the Palmer House            to mesmerize his listeners.                 Sunday.                                     PR Makeover,” and a display of this
 Hilton Hotel, Monroe Ballroom. This               Forest is founder and executive di-        This year’s Swap & Shop program,          year’s John Cotton Dana Library Pub-
 dynamic night of storytelling features         rector of Story Arts, an organization       “Hit the Right Note with Jazzy PR,”         lic Relations Awards winners.
 nationally renowned storytellers               that presents storytelling concerts         will take place on Sunday, June 26,             At 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 26,
 Anne Shimojima, Bruce Coville, and             and workshops in schools, theatres,         11:00 a.m–2:00 p.m. in McCormick            plan to attend the LAMA President’s
 Heather Forest.                                and community centers in the Long           Place Convention Center, Room S102.         Program, featuring noted author Betty
    Shimojima, a school library media           Island, New York area. Her                  The event will showcase the best read-      Sue Flowers, in McCormick Place
 specialist for 25 years, enchants her          storytelling blends original music,         ing promotions for children, teens,         N426. Dr. Flowers is director of the
 audiences young and old with folktales         folk guitar, song, poetry, prose, and       adults and families; it also will feature   LBJ Presidential Library and Museum.
 from her Asian heritage and around             spoken word.                                annual reports, calendars of events,        Her presentation, “Using the Future
 the world.                                        Those who love a good story will         newsletters, bookmarks, bibliogra-          to Create the Present,” will focus on
    Coville, a former classroom teacher         not be disappointed!                        phies, fund-raising materials and more.     transformative leadershp. All are in-
                                                                                            Attendees can pick up a host of free        vited to mingle afterward at the LAMA
                                                                                            marketing and publicity materials sub-      Social.
 Diverse                                        8th Annual Diversity
 Continued from page 23
                                                Fair Held Today
    reference service to reach users of             The 8th Annual Diversity Fair will
                                                                                            Spend Sunday Afternoon with LITA
 different backgrounds with different           be held Saturday, June 25, 3:00                LITA has programmed a suite of           sphere, while Riggs presents LITA’s
 language needs, specifically in Chi-           p.m.–5:00 p.m., MCP Room S102.              events you won’t want to miss on Sun-       award and scholarship winners.
 nese and Spanish.                              The Fair celebrates extraordinary ex-       day afternoon!                                 Then, at 4:00, follow the crowd back
    Latino Information Literacy                 amples of diversity and equity of ac-          LITA’s Top Technology Trends experts     to the Grand Ballroom for the LITA
 101: How competent is your li-                 cess in America’s libraries, with mul-      kick things off at 1:30 in the Grand        President’s Program. Professor Michael
 brary? REFORMA: The National As-               tiple ideas for local libraries in search   Ballroom of the Hotel InterContinental.     Lesk will present Digital Searching to
 sociation to Promote Library and In            of “diversity-in-action” programs and       This lively discussion is always an au-     Digital Reading: Helping Users in an
 formation Services to Latinos and the          services. “100 Years of Bookmobiles”        dience favorite, as our panel of experts    Online World. Lesk, a professor in the
 Spanish Speaking, Saturday, June               will be a highlight of the event includ-    presents and discusses their picks for      Library and Information Science De-
 25, 9:30 am - 11:00 am, MCP S104. A            ing two birthday cakes and a ‘audio-        technology trends you’ll want to watch.     partment of Rutgers University, and
 panel of three university librarians           visual parade’ of mobile libraries from        At 3:00, join LITA President Colby       was recently elected to the U.S. National
 will discuss outreach initiatives and          the 20th century until today. For the       Riggs in the Empire Ballroom of the         Academy of Engineering in recognition
 course instruction, identification of in-      second year, DEMCO, Inc., fair spon-        InterContinental as she hosts the LITA      of his contributions to UNIX applica-
 struction needs and relevant informa-          sor since 2000, will offer cash prizes,     Awards Reception. Enjoy beverages and       tions, information systems, and digital
 tion literacy competencies.                    popcorn and refreshments.                   light refreshments in a casual atmo-        libraries.




                                                                                                Be sure to visit the Community of Color pavilion.
                                                                                                New in 2005, this pavilion celebrates the ethnic diversity
           oxford journals
                                                                                                of libraries, librarians and the communities of color they
           can help you
                                                                                                serve. The pavilion exhibitors include:
           develop your collection

                                                                                                Genesis Press ................................................... 3716
           contact us to discover how
                                                                                                Black Issues Book Review ............................... 3717
                                                                                                Asia for Kids/Culture for Kids .......................... 3718
                  www.collections.oupjournals.org                                               Fondo de Cultura Economica .......................... 3720
                                                                                                Editorial Oceano Inc. ....................................... 3816
                                                                                                Louise's Daughter ............................................ 3817
                                                                                                Falmouth Institute ............................................ 3819
                       Life
                                  Mathematics
                                                                              Social            Indian Book Shelf ............................................ 3820
       Medicine                    & Physical        Law      Humanities
                     Sciences
                                    Sciences
                                                                             Sciences           King County Library System ............................ 3916
                                                                                                Third World Press Inc. ..................................... 3919
                                                                                                Urano Publishing .............................................. 3920
            Visit us at booth #3001 during the ALA meeting for a                                Amber Communications .................................. 4016
                   new products update and demonstration:                                       Recitable.com ................................................4016A
                           Sunday, June 26th, 11am.
                                                                                                Butterfly Press .................................................. 4017
                                Monday, June 27th, 11am.
                                                                                                Power House Publishing ................................4017A
                                                                                                Histor yMakers .................................................. 4018
                                                                                                Book Nook Productions ................................... 4019

                                                                                                Use the Community of Color ActionAd to win a
                                                                                                collection of books donated by the pavilion publishers!!
                                                                                          Saturday, June 25, 2005                 Cognotes            • Page 25


   Donate at Annual to Help Rebuild Libraries Devastated by Tsunami
       Annual Conference provides you with an opportunity to con-           (ALISE), Association of Research Libraries (ARL), Medical Li-
    tribute to help rebuild the libraries damaged or destroyed by the       brary Association (MLA) and SLA.
    tsunami at the end of 2004. ALA will be collecting donations on            Stop by the ‘Membership Service Booth’ in the Registration
    behalf of the ‘Library Disaster Relief Fund’, the joint 501(c)(3) set   Area to donate by check or cash. Any amount is welcome. Checks
    up by ALA, the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL),            should be made out to ‘Library Disaster Relief Fund.’ All dona-
    Association for Library and Information Science Education               tions are tax deductible.


Proceeds of Book to
Aid Tsunami Relief
   Shades of Blue — The Tsunami
Children’s Relief Project is a collection
of drawings by children in Sri Lanka
affected by the tsunami. Musician John
Tesh, his wife, actress Connie Sellecca,
and their children, recently traveled to
Sri Lanka to aid victims of the tsunami
disaster. While in the Ampara district
relief camps, they provided paper and
crayons to the children survivors as art
therapy. Realizing that publishing the
resulting drawings, along with stories
from and about the survivors, would be
a wonderful way to raise money to di-
rectly benefit the people and children in
these distressed villages, the Tesh fam-
ily has created the book, Shades of Blue.
   All of the proceeds from the sale of the
book will be donated back to the tsunami
survivors in the Ampara district of Sri
Lanka. Shades of Blue can be purchased
from The Sellecca-Tesh Foundation at
booth #4142.



                                                                              M E E T O U R AU T H O R S
                                                                              PENGUIN GROUP (USA)
                                                                                                  SATURDAY, JUNE 25
                                                                                                  10:00-10:30 am              Penguin Booth # 921

                                                                                                   GREG GALLOWAY
                                                                                                   will be signing copies of his book
               King County Library System in Washington                                            AS SIMPLE AS SNOW
               State is one of the largest circulating library
               systems in the U.S. and we want to meet you                                        11:00-11:30 am               Penguin Booth #921
               at the ALA conference in Chicago, from
                                                                                                   DENISE SWANSON
               June 24 - 28. Join us at the Communities of                                         will be signing copies of her book
               Color in the Exhibition Hall, booth 3916                                            MURDER OF A SMART COOKIE
               or the Placement Center for an on-site
               employment interview. Visit our website                                            1:30-3:30 pm                     Sheraton Hotel,
                                                                                                                                   Colorado Room
    at www.kcls.org for more employment information. EOE
                                                                                                   JACK KERLEY
                                                                                                   author of THE DEATH COLLECTORS
    Turn to us. The choices will surprise you.                                                     will appear on the
                                                                                                   FOLUSA First Author/First Book Panel
    King County Library System
    960 Newport Way NW                                                                            3:00-3:30 pm                 Penguin Booth #921
    Issaquah, WA 98027                                                                             KATE COLLINS
    425-369-3224                                                                                   will be signing copies of her book
                                                                                                   DEARLY DEPOTTED

                                                                                                  3:00-4:00 pm                Live @ Library Stage,
                                                                                                                                       Booth 2943

                                                                                                   REBECCA KOHN
                                                                                                   will be signing copies of her book
                                                                                                   THE GILDED CHAMBER

                                                                                   For more details on any of our signings and author appearances during ALA

                                                                               VISIT THE PENGUIN GROUP (USA) AT BOOTH #921
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                                                                              Standing Committee on Library Services to
                                                                              Rural, Native and Tribal Libraries Now Active
                                                                                 Beginning in 2002 when invited by           ALTA and the Washington Office
                                                                              OLOS advisory Committee member                 (Internet Technology are envisioned.
                                                                              Candice Brown (2002-2003) to respond              Members of the constituent commu-

Alumni Reception                                                              to a query of ALA’s efforts toward rural
                                                                              libraries, a renewed interest and mul-
                                                                              tiple responses to ALA’s support of ru-
                                                                                                                             nities are working to create a new website
                                                                                                                             for the new committee launched in time
                                                                                                                             for this conference at http://www.ala.org/
                   June 26, 5:30–7:00 p.m.                                    ral, native and tribal libraries has esca-     rural, http://www.ala.org/native, and
                                                                              lated with rapid and collective results        http://www.ala.org/tribal. The new
                      Fulton's on the River                                   over the past four years.                      committee’s chair, ALA Kansas Councilor
        (formerly Bob Chinn's Crabhouse and The Crab House)                      First, OLOS director Jean E. Coleman        Carol Barta (2002-2003), works with ru-
                    315 North LaSalle Street                                  is remembered by many for her efforts          ral libraries as a consultant and mem-
                                                                              toward services to American Indians, sup-      ber services coordinator at the North
                    No cost; no registration.                                 ported by ALA Honorary Member and li-          West Kansas Library System. At it’s first
                                                                              brary outreach visionary Virginia              meeting at this conference, anticipated
      Stop by and say hello while enjoying the                                Mathews. The OLOS Subcommittee on              outcomes promise to be watched, her-
  conference! Open to all alumni, friends, students,                          Library Services to American Indians has       alded, celebrated, supported and replicated
              and potential students.                                         a long history in the association. A short     by the representative constituencies and
                                                                              survey of rural and tribal libraries in Fall   Association leadership. OLOS is the ALA
   We would especially like to invite alumni of the                           2003 sent to public and school librarians,     staff liaison for this committee.
                                                                              led to what is now the ALA Standing Com-
                University of Chicago                                         mittee on Library Services to Rural, Na-
                                                                              tive and Tribal Libraries of All Kinds.        LTR Gets New Look
               Graduate Library School                                           Along the way very productive collabo-         ALA TechSource invites you to check
                                                                              rative relationships have evolved with         out the new design of Library Technol-
               to join us for the celebration of                              Clarion University’s Graduate School of        ogy Reports (LTR) at the ALA
                                                                              Library Science and the new Association        TechSource/NISO booth, #5012. From
                           Judith Krug                                        of Rural and Small Libraries (ARSL), with
                                                                              developing relationships with tribal and
                                                                                                                             ILS software to Web-based technology
                                                                                                                             utilized in libraries, LTR provides library
   and the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane                                native libraries and colleges. Internally,     professionals with six comprehensive
                                                                              new partnerships with the Campaign for         technology reports per year. This year’s
   Letters that she received from the University of                           America’s Libraries (@ Your Library), the      volume includes reports on course-man-
         Illinois at Urbana-Champaign during                                  Pubic Information Office, and the Chap-        agement systems, wireless technologies,
                                                                              ter Relations Office have developed, with      metadata, technology policy, and more.
                 Commencement 2005.                                           possibilities for similar relationships with   Visit ALA TechSource at booth #5012 or
                                                                              PLA (Rural Libraries Committee), AASL,         online at www.techsource.ala.org.




Be sure to visit the Graphic Novel pavilion.                                             American Library Association
This pavilion is always fresh and exciting. The pavilion                                 would like to thank its 2004–2005
exhibitors include:

DC Comics ....................................................... 1932
Public Square Books ........................................ 1934
                                                                                                       LIBRARY
Overdue Media LLC ......................................... 1935
Comic Book Legal Defense Fund .................... 1938                                                CHAMPIONS
Big Guy Books Inc. .......................................... 1939                       3M LIBRARY SYSTEMS                  MARSHALL CAVENDISH
NBM Publishing Inc. ........................................ 1940                        BAKER & TAYLOR                      OCLC ONLINE COMPUTER
                                                                                                                             LIBRARY CENTER
Now Media Group/CWS Studios ...................... 1942                                  BORDERS GROUP
                                                                                                                             OFFICE DEPOT, INC.
                                                                                         BOUND TO STAY BOUND BOOKS
Blue Line Pro ......................................... Table 1943                                                           POLARIS LIBRARY SYSTEMS
                                                                                         BRODART COMPANY
Diamond Book Distributors .............................. 2032                                                                ProQuest COMPANY
                                                                                         CANDLEWICK PRESS
                                                                                                                             R.R. BOWKER
ADV .................................................................. 2032              CHECKPOINT SYSTEMS, INC.
                                                                                                                             SCHOLASTIC INC.
                                                                                         DEMCO, INC.
Dark Horse Books ............................................ 2032                                                           SEVERN HOUSE PUBLISHERS LTD.
                                                                                         DUN & BRADSTREET
Devil's Blue ...................................................... 2032                 DYNIX
                                                                                                                             SPRINGER

Image Comics .................................................. 2032                                                         STANDARD & POOR’S
                                                                                         EBSCO INFORMATION SERVICES
                                                                                                                             SWETS INFORMATION SERVICES
Marvel Comics ................................................. 2032                     ELSEVIER
                                                                                                                             THOMSON GALE
                                                                                         GAYLORD BROS., INC.
Meisha Merlin .................................................. 2032                                                        THOMSON SCIENTIFIC
                                                                                         H.W. WILSON COMPANY
Tokyopop .......................................................... 2039                 HIGHSMITH INC.
                                                                                                                             VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS
                                                                                                                             WALGREENS
Viz LLC ............................................................. 2042               THE HOME DEPOT
                                                                                                                             WORKING ASSETS
Wilson Place Comics ....................................... 2043                         INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES INC.
                                                                                                                             WORLD BOOK, INC.
                                                                                         JanWay COMPANY USA INC.
                                                                                                                             XEROX GLOBAL SERVICES
                                                                                         LexisNexis
Use the Graphic Novel ActionAd to win a collection of                                    THE LIBRARY CORPORATION
graphic novels donated by the pavilion publishers!!                                      LOGITECH
                                                                                                                                Look for our 6-page spread in the
                                                                                                                                June/July issue of American Libraries
Random House, Inc. Presents

Day-By-Day at ALA!
                                                                                                           Booth #2816
ALA Annual 2005
June 25th—28th | Chicago, Illinois
SATURDAY—June 25, 2005                                                    1:00pm—1:30 pm
                                                                          LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage featuring KATHRYN HARRISON,
                                                                          Envy: A Novel (Random House). Aisle 3000. Signing to follow
8:30am—9:30am                                                             Random House, Inc. booth # 2816.
Auditorium Speaker Series Session featuring ERIK LARSON, The Devil
in the White City (Vintage). McCormick Place—South Hall, Grand            2:00pm—3:00 pm
Ballroom. Signing to follow Random House, Inc. booth # 2816.
                                                                          ROBERT KURSON, Shadow Divers (Ballantine/Random House) signs
                                                                          Random House, Inc. booth # 2816.
10:30am—12:00pm
One Book, One Community: Where Are We Now? featuring KENT                 3:00pm—3:30pm
       ,
HARUF Eventide (Vintage). McCormick Place—Room S503B.
                                                                          LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage featuring MARÍA AMPARO ESCANDÓN,
Signing to follow on site.
                                                                          Gonzáles e Hija/Gonzáles and Daughter Trucking Co. (Vintage
                                                                          Español/Three Rivers Press). Aisle 3000. Signing to follow Random
1:00pm—1:30 pm                                                            House, Inc. booth # 2816.
LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage featuring ELIZABETH BERG,
The Year of Pleasures: A Novel (Random House). Aisle 3000. Signing
to follow Random House, Inc. booth # 2816.
                                                                          MONDAY—June 27, 2005
1:30pm—2:00 pm
LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage featuring KENT HARUF       ,           9:30am—11:00am
Eventide (Vintage). Aisle 3000. Signing to follow Random House, Inc.      FOLUSA “Street Lit” Program featuring, Y. BLAK MOORE, Slipping:
booth # 2816.                                                             A Novel (One World). Embassy Suites—Salon A-C. Signing to
                                                                          follow on site.
1:30pm—3:30 pm
Making Sense of Public Affairs Research featuring GEORGE FRIEDMAN,        10:00am—11:00am
America’s Secret War (Broadway/Doubleday). McCormick Place.               BERTICE BERRY, author of When Love Calls, You Better Answer
Signing to follow on site.                                                (Broadway) signs in the DEMCO booth # 601.

1:30pm—3:30pm                                                             11:00am—12:00pm
FOLUSA First Author, First Book Program featuring ROBERT KURSON,          TESS GERRITSEN, Vanish (Ballantine) signs in Random House, Inc.
Shadow Divers (Ballantine/Random House). Sheraton Chicago Hotel           booth # 2816.
& Towers—Colorado Room. Signing to follow on site.
                                                                          12:00pm—12:30pm
4:00pm—5:30pm                                                             LIVE! @ your library Reading Stage featuring LISA SEE, Snow Flower
ALEX Awards 2005 featuring ROBERT KURSON, Shadow Divers                   and the Secret Fan (Random House). Aisle 3000. Signing to follow
(Ballantine/Random House). Chicago Hilton Towers—Continental Room.        Random House, Inc. booth # 2816.

5:30pm—7:00pm                                                             1:30pm –2:30pm
Opening General Session featuring BARACK OBAMA, Dreams from My            BCALA Award Winners LUCY HURSTON, Speak, So You Can Speak Again:
Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance (Three Rivers Press). McCormick   The Life of Zora Neale Hurston (Doubleday) and IAN SMITH, The
Place—North Hall. Signing to follow on site.                              Blackbird Papers (Doubleday) sign in Random House, Inc. booth #2816.

                                                                          2:00pm—4:00pm
SUNDAY—June 26, 2005                                                      FOLUSA Author Tea Party featuring LISA SEE, Snow Flower and the Secret
                                                                          Fan (Random House) and TESS GERRITSEN, Vanish (Ballantine).
                                                                          Fairmont Hotel—Moulin Rouge Room. Signing to follow on site.
7:00am—10:00am
Literary Tastes: A Notable Books Breakfast featuring MARK                 8:00pm—10:00pm
KURLANSKY, 1968: The Year That Rocked the World (Random House)
                                                                          BCALA Awards Reception featuring LUCY HURSTON, Speak, So You
and Boogaloo on Second Avenue: A Novel of Pastry, Guilt, and Music
                                                                          Can Speak Again: The Life of Zora Neale Hurston (Doubleday)—winner
(Ballantine). The Palmer House Hilton. Signing to follow on site.
                                                                          of Outstanding Contribution to Publishing Citation; IAN SMITH, The
                                                                          Blackbird Papers (Doubleday)—fiction Honor Book winner; and CAROL
7:45am—9:00am                                                             JENKINS and ELIZABETH GARDNER, Black Titan: A. G. Gaston and
Criticas Author Breakfast featuring MARÍA AMPARO ESCANDÓN,                the Making of a Black American Millionaire (One World)—nonfiction
Gonzáles e Hija/Gonzáles and Daughter Trucking Co. (Vintage               Honor Book winner. The Palmer House Hilton. Signing to follow on site.
Español/Three Rivers Press). Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers—
Superior A/B. Signing to follow on site.

9:30am—10:30am                                                            TUESDAY—June 28, 2005
Random House, Inc. Fall 2005 Book Preview—Children’s Titles.
McCormick Place—Room S503A.                                               11:00am—12:00pm
                                                                          JEFF SHAARA, To The Last Man (Ballantine) signs in Random House, Inc.
11:00am—12:00pm                                                           booth # 2816.
Random House, Inc. Fall 2005 Book Preview—Adult Titles.
McCormick Place—Room S503A.
                                                                          THROUGHOUT THE CONFERENCE:
11:00am—12:00pm                                                           Stop by the Random House, Inc. booth daily to pick up copies of
MARK KURLANSKY, 1968: The Year That Rocked the World (Random              featured giveaway titles, including: Wickett’s Remedy (Doubleday) by Myla
House) and Boogaloo on Second Avenue: A Novel of Pastry, Guilt, and       Goldberg, Maybe a Miracle (Ballantine) by Brian Strause, 13 Steps
Music (Ballantine) signs in Random House, Inc. booth # 2816.              Down: A Novel (Crown) by Ruth Rendell, and Mozart and Leadbelly:
                                                                          Stories and Essays (Knopf) by Ernest J. Gaines.




                                                                                              RANDOM HOUSE, INC.
* Please check the Random House, Inc. Booth for updates.                                       www.randomhouse.com/library
 Page 30 • Cognotes                         Saturday, June 25, 2005

AASL Offers Wide Variety of Programming
   AASL President’s Program: Stan-              of the ALA. Book subjects will include       demystify the legislative process. A nuts       tional School Library Media Program of
dards for Success. Dr. David Conley,            art, literature, history, reference, and     and bolts introduction to lobbying will         the Year (NSLMPY) Award and the AASL
Director of Standards for Success, will         memoirs. A raffle of all books presented     tell you HOW to be effective with gov-          Crystal Apple winner for 2005, Follett
present the results of his research project     will be drawn at the end of the program.     ernment officials and guest speakers will       Library Resources. Luncheon keynote
at the AASL President’s Program: Stan-             Hip-Hop Library Arts: Engaging            tell you WHY it’s important and neces-          speaker is six-time Emmy-award win-
dards for Success, today, 10:00 a.m.–           Reluctant Readers, will take place to-       sary for librarians to become politically       ner, New York Times bestseller, and two-
12:00 p.m. at McCormick Place, S401.            day, 4:00–5:30 p.m., at the Chicago          involved.                                       time Caldecott Honor recipient, Mo
Conley’s two-year project was designed          Hilton & Towers, where Alan Lawrence             AASL/ALSC/YALSA Joint Pro-                  Willems. Immediately following the
to determine a set of standards that stu-       Sitomer, California Literacy Teacher of      gram: How the Children’s and                    Awards Luncheon is the AASL
dents need to meet in order to be suc-          the Year and author of Hip-Hop Poetry        Young Adult Professional Censors                President’s Reception providing the op-
cessful in entry-level courses at colleges      & the Classics for the Classroom, will       on Sunday, June 26, 1:30–3:30 p.m. at           portunity to meet and greet the AASL
and universities. Dr. Conley will host a        show you how to tie Tupac to Tennyson,       the Chicago Hilton & Towers. The panel          President, Board Members and other
discussion forum with high school library       host a poetry slam and cultivate a life-     will discuss censorship by professionals        AASL leaders.
media specialists that will allow for more      long appreciation for the library’s multi-   of the library materials made available
specific details on how school media spe-       tude of multicultural resources.             to children and young adults including
cialists can affect the success of their stu-      Matching Readers to Books: Cre-           the anxiety that causes many library
dents as they prepare for college and           ating Lifetime Readers, today, 4:30–         professionals to self-censor their decisions.     Navasky to
university courses using the Standards          5:30 p.m., Chicago Hilton & Towers, will     These include collection management
for Success. Standards for Success              discuss how to motivate all children to a    choices to avoid problems within schools
                                                                                                                                               Particpate in Two
Roundtable Discussion for High                  love of books and reading. Included in       and communities. Issues involving cen-            Events
School Librarians: A Conversation               the program will be information about        sorship before materials are even pub-
with Dr. David Conley, will take place          how to select developmentally appropri-      lished, as well as within schools and pub-           Victor Navasky, publisher of The
today, 1:30–3:30 p.m. at the Chicago            ate literature for children of all ages,     lic libraries, including developing poli-         Nation, will participate in an ALA
Hilton & Towers.                                characteristics of books liked by differ-    cies, collection development, meeting the         panel discussion sponsored by
   The Best of the Best of Univer-              ent ages, genders, and abilities, and mo-    needs of students, and appealing to stu-          Friends of Libraries USA, Sunday,
sity Presses will take place today 1:30         tivating strategies that work.               dent interest will be part of the discus-         June 26, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.
–3:30 p.m., at the Chicago Hilton & Tow-           AASL/ALSC/YALSA Joint Pro-                sion. Panel members represent schools,            Titled, “Fighting the Good Fight -
ers. Twenty-five to thirty University           gram: Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad            the public library, and publishing.               Writers on the 1st Amendment,”
Press titles will be presented by AASL          Legislator? Not Me! on Sunday, June              AASL Awards Luncheon and                      the event will also include Floyd
and PLA librarians from the 2003-04 Uni-        26, 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m., at the Chi-       President’s Reception on Monday,                  Abrams, Linda Greenhouse, and
versity Press Books Committee. Titles           cago Hilton & Towers. Do the words Lob-      June 27, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. at the              Cass Sunstein and will culminate
will represent those featured in the an-        bying, Advocacy or Legislation frighten      Chicago Marriott Downtown will honor              with a book-signing. For further in-
nual collection development bibliography        you? Have you wondered if you should         the recipients of the 2005 AASL Awards.           formation, contact FOLUSA at
produced by the Association of American         be getting more politically involved but     The best of the best in school library media      http://www.folusa.org/
University Presses in coordination with         have no idea how? This program will fea-     field will be present at this event, includ-         Navasky will discuss “The Case
the University Press Books committee            ture a panel of speaker who will             ing the winners of the prestigious Na-            Against Fairness, Balance and Ob-
                                                                                                                                               jectivity” and sign copies of his new
                                                                                                                                               book Sunday, June 26 at 8:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                               The lecture is free and open to the




                                                                 BEN
                                                                                                                                               public and will be held in the Con-

                 BEFORE THE                                                                                                                    gress Lounge on the 2nd floor of
                                                                                                                                               Roosevelt University’s historic Au-
                                                                                                                                               ditorium Building at 430 S. Michi-


                 DONALD                                                                                                                        gan Ave., near the Chicago Hilton.




               THERE WAS                                                                                                                       VRT Invites
                                                                                                                                               Attendees to Gala

              I  n celebration of the 300th anniversary of
                 Benjamin Franklin’s birth, Franklin expert
              Blaine McCormack presents the only modern
                                                                                                                                                   Join VRT and fellow film and
                                                                                                                                               media aficionados for a delightful
                                                                                                                                               evening at the Gene Siskel Film
                                                                                                                                               Center located in downtown Chi-
              translation of his autobiography. It is not                                                                                      cago at 164 North State Street
                                                                                                                                               (State & Lake) on Sunday, June 26,
              only one of the greatest business stories ever                                                                                   5:30-9:30 p.m. Antonio Franceschi,
              told, but also the very story of business itself.                                                                                producer, director and writer will
                                                                                                                                               be screening his film Urban Poet.
                                                                                                                                               The film received high marks from
               Entrepreneur Press and McGraw-Hill                                                                                              film critic Roger Ebert during the
                                                                                                                                               19th Annual Chicago Latino Film
               invite you to be photographed with                                                                                              Festival.
               BENJAMIN FRANKLIN at booth 2506                                                                                                     Set in Chicago, Urban Poet is a
                                                                                                                                               coming of age story following Rita,
               from 2 pm to 4 pm today.                                                                                                        a young Puerto Rican poet from
               The framed photograph is your                                                                                                   Humboldt Park struggling to find
                                                                                                                                               her voice. At odds with the social
               keepsake from this event!                                                                                                       ills in her community, she puts her
                                                                                                                                               frustrations onto paper and estab-
               Limited to the first 300 library professionals.                                                                                 lishes herself as a serious con-
                                                                                                                                               tender in the Latino Café Poetry
                                                                                         By Blaine McCormack                                   Slam Competition.
                                                                            Hardcover • 1-932531-68-8 • $26.95                                     Tickets are $25 for VRT mem-
                                                                                       Available October 2005                                  bers; $30 for non-members and on
                                                                                                                                               sale at the VRT Booth #5023 in
                                                                                                                                               exhibit hall.
Brand-new perspectives
 on brand-name series
 atWiley Booth #3206.
                        Saturday, June 25
                        10:30 A.M. GREG TUBACH, Senior Editor, CliffsNotes
                                   CliffsNotes: They’re Just for Cheaters…Right?
                                   Well, they’re not. Come find out why.

                        11:30 A.M. DIANE STEELE, V.P. & Publisher, For Dummies
                                   Check out why For Dummies titles are perfect for
                                   library patrons.

                        1:00 P.M.   ENSLEY EIKENBURG, Associate Director of
                                    Marketing, Travel
                                    How to Build a Travel Library in a Volatile World
                                    The Associate Director of Marketing in charge of the
                                    Frommer’s series and other Wiley travel guides tells all.

                        2:30 P.M.   MIKE AGNES, Editor in Chief, Webster’s New World
                                    When Good Books Go Bad
                                    Hear how bad a dictionary can be and how to
                                    select only the good ones for your library.




Sunday, June 26                                Monday, June 27
10:30 A.M. DIANE STEELE (repeat)               10:30 A.M. MIKE AGNES (repeat)

11:30 A.M. GREG TUBACH (repeat)                11:00 A.M. Come meet
                                                           ARTHUR FROMMER himself!
1:00 P.M.   ENSLEY EIKENBURG (repeat)
                                               1:00 P.M.    DIANE STEELE (repeat)
2:30 P.M.   MIKE AGNES (repeat)
                                               2:30 P.M.    GREG TUBACH (repeat)
                                   Perinatal nurse
                                                                          Librarian
   Sonographer




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                                                Visit us at Booth 2216
                                             Saturday, June 25, 2005                              Cognotes • Page 33




                                               Maggie Hung (left) and Abbie Lin, both age 12, play in the lobby water fountain at
                                               McCormick Place. Lin's mother is Ju-Hwa Lin of Queens Borough (NY) Public Library.
Colleen Venable (left) of the Children's
Book Council, New York City and
Marilyn Hollinshead, author from West
Tisbury, Mass. prepare to hang artwork
for the Silent Auction to benefit the ALA
Scholarship Fund and the Children's
Book Council.



Best Practices in
Continuing Education
   The Continuing Library Education &
Network Exchange Round Table
(CLENE) will be celebrating best prac-
tices in libraries staff development and
training today, 1:00–4:00 p.m. in
McCormick Place Room N227A.
   The 2005 Training Showcase high-
lights twenty winning proposals, in a
poster session format. This showcase cel-
ebrates the variety of successful training
programs, providing the opportunity for
library professionals to network and ex-
change continuing education ideas. Pre-
sentations will highlight various program-
ming initiatives, such as online training,
building customer service skills, estab-
lishing cost effective programming, and
21st century librarianship.
   As a sponsor, WebJunction
(www.webjunction.org) will highlight its
online staff development courses with a
live Internet connection. Throughout the
event, there will be drawings for door
prizes.


Comprise to Raise
Funds for LITA
   Comprise Technologies Inc. will be
kicking off its first fund raising program
in support of LITA at the 2005 ALA An-
nual Conference. Comprise will donate
a minimum of $10.00 or more on behalf
of each library that stops by Comprise’s
booth and visits with them. Comprise
will tally up the names of the visiting
libraries at the end of the conference and
present a check to LITA this October at
the LITA 2005 National Forum in San
Jose.
   “Comprise is pleased to be able con-
tribute to LITA and hope to make this
an annual event at Annual Conference,”
commented Daniel Curtin, President of
Comprise. Please visit Comprise at
booth #3527 to help make their contri-
bution to LITA grow!
 Page 34 • Cognotes                             Saturday, June 25, 2005
   These listings are paid advertisements.                                                                                                                           Swets Information Services (Booth
To place an Exhibitor News item in a future
issue of Cognotes, visit the Cognotes office,
inside the ALA Office, A-1 South Hall, no
                                                                              Exhibitor News                                                                      3216): Please join Swets Information Ser-
                                                                                                                                                                  vices in booth #3216 for “Big E-Package
                                                                                                                                                                  Deals: Smoothing the Way Through Sub-
later than 2:00 p.m. the day before publica-                                                                                                                      scription Agents.” Presentations take place
tion.                                                   CIVIC Technologies (Booth 4526):             formers and other remarkable people. See                     at 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily.
   3M Library Systems (Booth 2016):                 See BusinessDecision, a hot new database         a live demo at booth 2422!                                   All attendees will be registered for the
Our 3M™SelfCheck™System family is                   and mapping service for your local busi-            National Braille Press (Booth 3934):                      chance to win an iPod shuffle!
growing! The V-Series now has multiple              ness patrons. Also see the LibraryDecision       National Braille Press (Accessibility Pa-                       U.S. Environmental Protection
book dectection and RFID options, and we            suite of GIS mapping solutions for plan-         vilion/ Booth 3934) is giving away free                      Agency (Booth 3643): Visit booth 3643
event have a barcode system. Help up cel-           ning and managing your public library in-        braille items: bookmarks, alphabet cards.                    to pick up flower seeds and a panoramic
ebrate — stop by for a free gift.                   cluding Planner, MapWorks, and Patron.           Enter to win a braille alphabet bracelet                     Atlas of the Great Lakes. Find out about
   ABC-CLIO (Booth 2029): Stop by                       D&B (Booth 3632): D&B, the most              and meet the author of Louis Braille: A                      the environment in your community. Just
ABC-CLIO’s booth (#2029) and help us cel-           trusted source of business information for       Touch of Genius.                                             enter your zip code and click a mouse.
ebrate 50 years of defining history. Pick up        the past 160 years, gives you instant ac-           Ovid (Booth 2232): Visit Booth 2232                          Simmons Art (Booth 3950): Visit
a free mousepad and enter to win the up-            cess to nearly 92 million businesses world       for Ovid’s 15-minute in-booth theater pre-                   Simmons Art at booth #3950 to leave your
coming Encyclopedia of World War I, the             wide. Be one of the first 5 people to bring      sentations on Saturday, Sunday, and Mon-                     business card to enter our raffle to win an
definitive reference on the war to end all          this to booth 3632 for a free gift.              day. Please also join us on Sunday at 12:00                  original oil painting by David Dunlop. See
wars.                                                   Elsevier (Booth 2216): Visit us for          noon in Room Williford B at the Chicago                      our 3-program DVD series entitled Painting
   Auto-Graphics (Booth 412): AGent                 product updates and new developments.            Hilton for our Luncheon Update Session.                      Landscapes with David Dunlop — art pro-
Portal by Auto-Graphics. Customized Li-             Enter the Scopus True Blue Quiz and be-             Power House Publications (Booth                           grams which entertain, inform, and inspire.
brary Portals – Designed with your patrons          come eligible to win a Tiffany’s gift certifi-   4017A): Power House Publications provid-                        SLB Productions (Booth 3945): Visit
in mind. Patrons can simultaneously ex-             cate. Be spotted wearing “The Scopus Pin”        ing you with the best in urban-fiction,                      booth 3945 to enter drawing to win a set of
plore all of your valuable electronic re-           and win an iPod Shuffle. Library Connect         christian-fiction and general-fiction. Stop                  18 marine life behavior and travel DVDs.
sources using a simple, yet robust feder-           Editor’s Session: 11:15 a.m. — learn how         by booth 4017A, to sign our guest list for a                 25% Show Discount on all titles.
ated search tool. Ask us for a demo.                to get published in LIS journals. Pickup a       chance to win a free dinner for two!                            Webfeat, Inc. (Booth 438): Webfeat,
   Baker & Taylor (Booth 2206): Stop                complete presentation schedule while vis-           SIL International (Booth 4745): The                       the original federated search leader, used
by our booth today from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.           iting the booth.                                 Ethnologue has been called the standard                      by over 2,5000 leading academic, public,
and 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. to have your                Ex Libris (Booth 4216): Please join us       directory of the languages of the world and                  government and Global 1000 Libraries, will
picture taken with our famous mascots!              today in booth 4216 to view Verde and            an outstanding resource by Choice                            honor our academic clients at an afternoon
We’ll also have a Title Source 3 demo at            DigiTool, two products without peer for          (2004sup CHOICE). See the New                                dessert reception today. Come to Booth
3:30 p.m. and a Collection Development              managing both your growing electronic re-        Ethnologue 15th print edition with descrip-                  #438 for details.
demo at 4:30 p.m.                                   sources and your Institutional Repository.       tions of 6,912 languages with maps.                             Zoobooks/Wildlife Education, LTD
   BWI (Booth 3004): A Follett Corpora-                 Innovative Interfaces (Booth 632):              Robert A.M. Stern Collection (Booth                       (Booth 1435): The publishers of Zoobooks
tion Company, BWI is the only company               Provides integrated library management           4610): Visit booth 4610 for information on                   introduce Zootles, our new wildlife series
solely dedicated to the needs of public li-         systems to thousands of libraries world-         our iPod giveaway! Bentley Prince St. –                      for young readers. Stop by and take a look
braries. From our MLS-degreed collection            wide. Come by our booth (#632) to see our        Carpeting; Baldinger Lighting; David Ed-                     at the first title, Great Apes, along with all
development librarians to TitleTales®, our          latest releases including the market-lead-       ward Furniture.                                              58 library bound editions of Zoobooks.
FREE on-line selection and ordering tool,           ing Electronic Resource Management and
we’re your one-stop source for quality              Program Registration offerings as well as
children’s and adult books, AV titles, and
exemplary service. Phone: 800-888-4478
                                                    our totally new digital repository, Symposia.
                                                        Marquis WHO’S WHO (Booth 2422):
                                                                                                                                  Exhibitor Changes
   Cato Institute (Booth 1237): Visit               We’ve just digitized our historical archive!     Cancellations                                                McDonald
booth 1237 and get your free copy of the            Now included online at no additional             Anjeli Press
                                                                                                     CAP Library Systems                                          Praeger/Greenwood
U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of            charge are 110,000 biographies of fascinat-
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