Public Programs Office

 

The American Library Association (ALA) Public Programs Office empowers libraries to create vibrant hubs of learning, conversation and connection in communities of all types.

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Recent Submissions

  • ALA Public Programs Office; New Knowledge Organization, Ltd. (2014-12)
    This white paper summarizes the status, concerns, and opportunities in library programming, based on an IMLS-funded research grant awarded in 2013.
  • Public Programs Office (2018-11)
    The annual report for the ALA Public Programs Office, for the 2018 fiscal year (September 1, 2017 - August 31, 2018)
  • Public Programs Office (2017)
  • Public Programs Office (2016)
  • Public Programs Office (2015)
  • Public Programming Office (2001-10)
    StoryLines America completed its third season in fall 2001 with a series of radio programs in the Midwest. StoryLines Midwest featured thirteen weekly, one-hour radio shows, each focusing on one outstanding example of ...
  • Public Programming Office (2004)
    The award-winning StoryLines America's sixth series: New England. The series broadcast on participating National Public Radio stations throughout the country, but focused on New England libraries, including those in Maine, ...