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  • 20 Jun 2013 5:55 PM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)

    The Maine Library Association is happy to report that balloting has been completed for the officer for the 2013-14 year.  Please join is in congratualting:

     

     Bryce Cundick of the University of Maine at Farmington who has been elected to serve a two-year term as Vice President and will move on at the end of that term to become MLA's next President.

     

    Jennifer Andrews of Simmons College  who has been elected to serve as a Member-At-Large (1 Year Term)

     

    Charlene Churchill from Ellsworth Public Library has been selected as a Member -At-Large (2 year Term)

     

    The Maine Library Association Council congratulates these members who are stepping up to serve as well as extending your congraulations to Nissa Flanagan our incoming President who will assume her office on July 1st.

     

    At the same time please also join the Council in sending heartiest good wishes to Andi Jackson-Darling our retiring President for her very able efforts during the past two years to keep MLA on course. Great job Andi!

  • 20 May 2013 11:22 AM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)

    The Scholarship & Loan Committee of MLA is pleased to announce that MLA’s Phyllis Ainsworth Scholarship has been awarded to Genna Duplisea of Holden, Maine. This scholarship is awared annually.  For more information go to theScholarship & Loan COmmittee page

  • 13 May 2013 3:17 PM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)

    The 2013 Phyllis Ainsworth Scholar isGenna Duplisea of Holden, Maine. Genna attends Simmons College in Boston.


    This $2,000 scholarship is for any MLA member enrolled in a Master's degree program in library studies. For more information and an application form, go to the Scholarship & Loan page under committees on the MLA  web page www.mainelibraries.org.

     

     

    Debbie Lozito

    Co-chair, MLA Scholarship and Loan Committee debbie.lozito@edythedyer.lib.me.us

  • 30 Apr 2013 10:58 AM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)
    YSS has been busy updating their portion of the MLA site and you can now find several lists of past Lupine and Kathadin winners.  Just click on the Committees link and then Youth Services Section to see them.  Way to go YSS.
  • 09 Apr 2013 10:40 AM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)

    MLA is pleased to announce that our Annual meeting will take place on May 10th at Wterville Public Library in Waterville, ME.  1-4pm.

     

    The plan is to have the candidates vying for election on hand as well as using this meeting as an opportunity for MLA members to voice their needs and discuss MLA's future.  Please visit the Annual Meeting event page to register (no cost involved) and join us for a lively discussion of our future together.

  • 12 Feb 2013 10:33 AM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)

    The 2013 membership campaign is doing well.  We have 237 renewed and new members and several more in the pending stage.  If you haven't renewed we invite you to use the new site to complete that process.

     

  • 12 Feb 2013 10:29 AM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)
    Today we finished redirecting our Domain Name Servers to the new website.  Visitors will be able to visit our new pages and members will be able to correct their own membership records, renew their memberships online and register for events.  Even non-members will be able to register for MLA events from this new site.  
  • 05 Oct 2012 3:14 PM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)
    MLA is excited to join many other professional organizations in providing a web site where events and membership can be handled by members and attendees online.
  • 01 Oct 2012 3:18 PM | Jenna Blake Davis (Administrator)

    The Maine Library Association (MLA) has joined other state library associations in providing information to our library patrons about the issues surrounding eContent accessibility, or lack of, through libraries.


    MLA is providing its members with a form letter their library patrons can send to publishers requesting better delivery of digital content through libraries. MLA has also provided a flyer that explains the differing policies of the major publishers regarding selling eBooks and/or eAudiobooks to libraries. Both the sample letter and the flyer are available for download from the Maine Library Association’s website.

    Libraries are also encouraged to ask their Board of Trustees to pass a resolution in support of increased access to eBooks for Maine library patrons.

    Please feel free to download this information and provide it to your library patrons.

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