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April 15, 2010 (Vol. 16, No. 7) – President’s Message

***President’s Message
Are you interested in how reference has changed through the years? What are you doing to better serve patrons? What’s new? What aren’t you doing any more? How have your reference statistics changed over time? Share your experience and get published! The Summer OLA Quarterly issue is dedicated to the theme “Revitalizing Reference”.

Submit an article proposal (a brief description of article topic) by May 1, 2010 to the Guest Editor, Connie Anderson-Cohoon . The deadline for article manuscripts is May 31, 2010. If you have questions or would like to bounce your ideas off someone, contact me at anderson@sou.edu or 541-552-6820. Thank you!

Connie Anderson-Cohoon
anderson@sou.edu

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April 15, 2010 (Vol. 16, No. 7) – News

Correction / OLA-Q Editor Opportunities / OLA Officer Election / ORCA Award Nominations / OYAN Meeting / ORSLA Event / DIGOR Meeting / ORT Meeting

***Correction to President’s Message of 4/1/10

Ooops!  Mary Beth Hustoles of Salem Public Library was the actual winner of the OLE award for 2010.  Marian Thomas of Deschutes Public Library won the award last year.  Apologies for the mix up, and congratulations to both!  Here is a press release honoring Mary Beth:

Mary Beth Hustoles, library associate at the West Salem Branch of Salem Public Library, was celebrated in March by the Public Library Division of the Oregon Library Association. Mary Beth was named winner of the annual OLÉ Award during a banquet in Portland held in conjunction with the National Public Library Association 2010 Conference.

The OLÉ Award recognizes exceptional effort and excellence in public library service.

Mary Beth has been a highly valued and committed member of the Salem Public Library staff for 27 years. Originally hired in the Circulation Division, she currently serves as the lead at the West Salem Branch. For many patrons, Mary Beth has been the face of the branch since it opened at its current location in 1995.

Often commended for her ability to make patrons feel welcome, Mary Beth has developed a thriving preschool storytime and enthusiastically engages children in early literacy practices every week. In addition, she welcomes children of all ages to special programs throughout the year. The facility frequently benefits from Mary Beth’s Fine Arts degree as she sets her artistic hand to creating colorful displays. 

She strengthens the connection to the community by authoring a monthly book recommendation and branch news column that runs in the West Side News, a neighborhood publication.

As part of her continued commitment to personal development and improvement to library service, Mary Beth is currently pursuing a Master’s of Library Science degree. 

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***OLA Quarterly Guest Editor Opportunities
Do you have a library-related issue you are passionate about or that you think needs more attention? Are there emerging trends or changes that have you excited? Consider exploring these further by guest editing an issue of the OLA Quarterly! Guest editors and themes are needed for the Fall 2010 and Winter 2010 OLA Quarterly issues. It may seem like a daunting commitment, but I can assure you it is a rewarding way to give voice to the things you care about while informing a wider audience about them. To see OLAQ deadlines go here: http://web.memberclicks.com/mc/page.do?sitePageId=64567&orgId=ola

And as a guest editor, or co-editor, you won’t be alone! The OLA Publications Committee is there to help guide you through the process – we have your back! There is an amazing depth of experience and dedication among the OLA membership and all of our volunteer guest editors have risen to the challenge and produced informative and thoughtful issues. To browse past issues visit the OLAQ Archive at:  http://www.olaweb.org/mc/page.do?sitePageId=64573&orgId=ola

Let inspiration spring and contact Diane Sotak (sotak@up.edu or 503-943-8047) if you have a theme in mind and would like to volunteer as a guest editor, or recommend someone else. You won’t regret it!

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***OLA Election of Officers
Balloting for the OLA election of officers will begin on April 25, 2010 and will be open for 3 weeks. OLA Members will receive an e-mail with a link to the candidates’ information pages on the OLA website and a link to the election ballot. Get ready to play your part to vote for Vice-President/President-Elect, Secretary, and American Library Association Representative. Excellent candidates to further the work of OLA have been identified!

Submitted by Mary Ginnane, Chair of Nominating Committee, mjginnane@comcast.net

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***2010-2011 ORCA Nominations
Below are the nominations for the inaugural Oregon Reader’s Choice Awards.  The Oregon Reader’s Choice Award was founded in 2010.  The award is intended to be a fun and exciting way for Oregon youth in grades 4-12 to become enthusiastic and discriminating readers.  During the course of the school year, Oregon students choose their favorite book in a real-life democratic process.  For more information, check out the ORCA website.

JUNIOR DIVISION (4th – 6th grade)

Masterpiece by Elise Broach
Found: Book 1 of Missing Series by Margaret Peterson Haddix
Rapunzel’s Revenge by Shannon & Dean Hale
The Stonekeeper: Amulet 1 by Kibuishi   
Savvy by Ingrid Law
Alvin Ho: Allergic to Girls, School, and Other Scary Things by Lenore Look
The Willoughbys by Lois Lowry
Knucklehead by Jon Scieszka

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION (7th – 9th grade)

Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson
Heck: Where the Bad Kids Go by Dale Basye
Waiting for Normal by Leslie Connor
London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
Nation by Terry Pratchett
Elephant Run by Roland Smith
After Tupac and D Foster by Jacqueline Woodson

SENIOR DIVISION (10th – 12th grade)

Graceling by Kristin Cashore
Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Little Brother by Cory Doctorow
Paper Towns by John Green
Dark Dude by Oscar Hijuilos
The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart
Sunrise Over Fallujah by Walter Dean Myers
The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson

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***OYAN Spring Membership Meeting
Join other library workers who serve teens at the quarterly membership meeting of the Oregon Young Adult Network.               

Date: April 23, 2010
Location: Seaside Public Library, 1131 Broadway St, Seaside, OR
Time: 11:00-3:00

Contact OYAN Co-Chairs Susan Smallsreed (susansm@multcolib.org) or K’Lyn Hann (klyn.hann@ci.newberg.or.us) with questions.

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***ORSLA Event
The Oregon Chapter of SLA (ORSLA) invites you to join us for an upcoming professional development opportunity:
Panel Presentation: “Shifting Your Career Awareness: Sharing Different Perspectives on Work and Current Trends”
Date:  Wednesday, April 28th
Time and Location:  6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, 1211 SW 5th Ave., Portland
Cost:  $25 for members; $30 for non-members; $15 for all students

Information professionals and researchers may apply their skills across many sectors of the work force. Find out what professional opportunities and possible career paths may be available to you, and the associations and resources which support these. We will have representatives speak briefly from four different organizations:

  • Oregon Chapter of SLA (ORSLA) 
  • Oregon Chapter of the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP)
  • Northwest Chapter of the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA)
  • Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP)

This program presents an opportunity to learn from other professionals in diverse fields about solutions to shared challenges, preferred resources for research and analysis, professional development and emerging trends. You can also expand your network by meeting and speaking to individuals in other associations.

We are pleased to offer this opportunity to join colleagues.  Pizza and refreshments will be served.   You may either pay at the door, or submit a check in advance to:  ORSLA, c/o Don Oswalt, 216 Kevin Way SE, Salem, OR  97306.

Space is limited, so it is important that you RSVP by Friday, April 23rdhttp://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RGVSXTM  

If you have any questions, you may contact Joan Truncali at bjtruncali@aol.com. We hope you will be able to attend, and look forward to having you participate in this special professional development opportunity.

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 ***DIGOR Spring Meeting
The Documents Interesting Group of Oregon will hold its Spring meeting at the Oregon State Library in Salem on Friday, April 30, 10:30-3;00.  For more information, see Northwest Central, http://www.nwcentral.org/content/documents-interest-group-oregon-spring-meeting.  Anyone interested in government information is welcome.  Join us!

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***Outreach Round Table Meeting
OLA Outreach Round Table to meet May 7, 2010 at Salem Public Library. Save the date and contact ORT Chair, Cynthia Peterson for the agenda. cynthiap@wccls.org.

The ORT provides a framework for information sharing, continuing education and moral support for library workers currently providing outreach services; and to offer opportunities for networking and encouragement to libraries wishing to expand or develop library outreach services. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to library service to people of all ages who can no longer use a library facility due to either a physical or mental impairment, people who live in rural or remote area without a library, non-English speakers, the incarcerated, the homeless, and low-literacy adults.

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April 15, 2010 (Vol. 16, No. 7) – Happenings

Virtual Reference Summit / ACRL Joint Conference

***2010 Oregon Virtual Reference Summit
Registration for the 2010 Oregon Virtual Reference Summit is now open! You can register anytime between now and May 1st, 2010.

This year’s Summit features keynote speaker Vanessa Fox whose book Marketing in the Age of Google will appear on bookshelves soon.  Additionally, we have a day of learning and thinking about virtual reference planned. Come join your colleagues and participate in interactive sessions, listen to lightning talks, or give a lightning talk yourself!

Registration costs are still affordable at $25 for staff at L-net partner libraries, L-net volunteers, L-net advisory board members and students; and $50 for everyone else. And for those who are experiencing financial hardship, we are offering scholarships to cover the cost of registration. You may apply for scholarships when you register for the conference.

For out-of-towners we have a limited number of rooms reserved at Edgefield Manor for Thursday and Friday nights. Please note that room reservations for this block can only be made by calling Edgefield at: (503) 669-8610. Remember to do it soon or you’ll miss the discounted rate! (Just for your information, most rooms at Edgefield do not have a private bathroom. There are several options outside of the rooms we have booked, so don’t be afraid to ask the agent what is available.)

For more information at the 2010 Oregon Virtual Reference Summit, visit our web site, and don’t forget to find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

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***ACRL Joint Conference
Quick!  You have 5 minutes and 20 slides to tell your colleagues from Oregon and Washington academic libraries what you think about the future!  What will you tell them?  Will you outline a dystopic future where Google has implanted a device in our brains, tracking and making available our every thought?  Will you inspire them with a story about how libraries are leading the charge to restore the economy and save democracy?  Maybe you’ll share some thoughts you’ve been having about how a new technology is going to rock our worlds.

The 2010 ACRL OR/WA Annual Joint Conference at Menucha (October 28 and 29) will feature Ignite-style talks presented by conference participants.  These fast, fun lightning talks will give more people a chance to participate and will allow many more ideas to be thrown into our two-day discussion about the future.

We want your ideas for lightning talks!  Our topic is broad — nothing less than the future of academic libraries!  What do you worry about when you think about our future?  What do you hope for?  Are you working on a project that you believe represents some of what the future has to offer us?  We’re looking for a nice mixture of practical, visionary, funny, dire, and inventive.  Wherever you are in the library or your career , from library director to library student, you have something to add to this discussion!

To submit your idea, please go to https://web.memberclicks.com/mc/quickForm/viewForm.do?orgId=ola&formId=76239 and fill out the quick form.  The proposal process is really informal; just tell us your idea!  The ACRL-OR Board will be accepting submissions on a rolling basis until all spots are filled or August 1, 2010. Your early submission will help us plan a better conference!

Questions?  Contact Rachel Bridgewater bridgewr@reed.edu 503-788-6636.

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April 1, 2010 (Vol. 16, No. 6) – President’s Message

***President’s Message
It was a night to remember!  A full house at Kell’s Irish Pub & Restaurant, great Irish music, wonderful food and an evening celebrating OLA’s Award winners.  Congratulations to Marian Thomas – OLE Award; Roland Smith – Lampman Award; Myrna Williams—Honorary Lifetime; Deb Hollens—Distinguished Service; Betsy Priddy—Library Supporter; Nancy Price—Library Employee; Mary Ginnane—Librarian of the Year; and Margaret Carter – Legislator of the Year.  It was wonderful to hear about the many achievements of this outstanding group of people. 

Congratulations to our 100 Year Libraries: Coos Bay Public, Enterprise City Library, Lebanon Public, Redmond Public, Wagner Community and Wallowa Public. 

Many thanks to Sara Charlton, Sara Beasley, and Mary Ginnane for taking care of the arrangements for us.  Thanks to Sara Ryan, Traci Glass, and Aaron Schmidt who were responsible for our very successful preconferences.  Many thanks to Gale/Cengage for sponsoring the event and to all who attended.  Finally, a reminder to mark your calendar for the 2011 OLA Conference on Apr. 6-8, 2011 in Salem.  See you then!

Connie Anderson-Cohoon
anderson@sou.edu

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April 1, 2010 (Vol. 16, No. 6) – News

OLA Award Winners / Outreach Roundtable Meeting

***Oregon Library Association’s 2010 Award Winners
Congratulations to this year’s winners!

  • Oregon Library Supporter of the Year: Betsy Priddy
  • Oregon Librarian of the Year:  Mary Ginnane – Eugene Public Library
  • Honorary Life Membership:  Myrna Yvonne Williams—Portland Community College
  • OLA Distinguished Service Award: Deb Hollens—Southern Oregon University
  • Oregon Library Employee of the Year—Nancy Price—Coos County Library Service District
  • OLA Legislator of the Year:  Margaret Carter

The Oregon Library Association honored several award winners at its banquet held at Kell’s Irish Restaurant and Pub on the evening of Wednesday, March 24.

The winner of the Oregon Library Supporter of the Year award is Betsy Priddy.  Betsy Priddy was recognized for her support of Oregon’s public libraries, especially in rural areas.  Multiple library communities have benefited from her support and the generosity of her family foundation, she supported the ¡HOLA! Project (Helping Oregon Libraries Achieve) as well as Amo Leer (I Love to Read).

The Oregon Librarian of the Year is Mary Ginnane, past OLA president and recently retired Youth Services Manager at the Eugene Public Library.  Mary Ginnane began serving Oregon Libraries in 1982, working as the City Librarian at Independence Public Library.  In 1986, Ginnane moved on to the Oregon State Library, serving first as the Small Library Development Consultant, next as the Library Development Coordinator, and finally as the Group Leader for Library Development and the Talking Books and Braille Services.  In addition to her involvement and commitment to several OLA initiatives in the recent year such as Oregon Reads and OLA’s Vision 2020, her Youth Services team at EPL was recognized for one of the Eugene mayor’s Employee Team Recognition Awards after the 2009 Summer Reading Program at EPL saw a 45 percent increase in participation.

This year’s Honorary Life Membership award was presented to Myrna Yvonne Williams.  A librarian at Portland Community College for 33 years, Williams was honored for her work on behalf of Oregon libraries as a member of Multnomah County Library Advisory Board and the Oregon State Library Board. According to State Librarian Jim Scheppke, Williams’ advocacy “made the most difference in having the State Library and its programs of service to Oregon libraries survive the most perilous Legislative session (2009) in decades.”

Deb Hollens of Southern Oregon University (SOU) was honored with the Oregon Library Association Distinguished Service Award for excellence in library service to her community and to her leadership with among government document librarians within Oregon and nationally.  Professor and Government Information Resources Coordinator, Hollens has had a distinguished career at SOU’s Hannon Library, serving for 40 years.  She was a major factor in the Hannon Library’s receipt of the 2nd annual Federal Depository Library of the Year Award in 2004. 

Nancy Price, database administrator for the Coos County Library Service District, is the recipient of OLA’s Library Employee of the Year.  Price began working for Coos County Public Library as a part-time assistant in 1984 and then proceeded to gain increasing technical proficiency by taking initiative and taking opportunity of training sessions.  She put her knowledge to use in other positions at the Coos County Public Library before moving to her present job in 2007:  full-time cataloger, head of Technical Processing, and coordinator for the countywide shared database.  She was recognized as the 2009 City Employee of the Year and is extremely active in multiple arts organizations in the area. 

Margaret Carter is this year’s OLA Legislator of the Year.  Like previous recipients, Carter was honored for her support of Oregon libraries, especially OLA’s legislative agenda, for finding ways to improve the quality of library services for Oregonians. Carter recently left the OLA Legislature to assume the newly created position of deputy director of Human Service Programs with the Oregon Department of Human Services.  Carter served in the Oregon House of Representatives beginning in 1985.  She was re-elected six times before moving to the Senate in 2001.  She had previously served for more than 27 years as a counselor and faculty member at Portland Community College’s Cascade Campus. 

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***Outreach Round Table Meeting
OLA Outreach Round Table to meet May 7, 2010 at Salem Public Library. Save the date and contact ORT Chair, Cynthia Peterson for the agenda. cynthiap@wccls.org.

The ORT provides a framework for information sharing, continuing education and moral support for library workers currently providing outreach services; and to offer opportunities for networking and encouragement to libraries wishing to expand or develop library outreach services. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to library service to people of all ages who can no longer use a library facility due to either a physical or mental impairment, people who live in rural or remote area without a library, non-English speakers, the incarcerated, the homeless, and low-literacy adults.

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April 1, 2010 (Vol. 16, No. 6) – Happenings

Oregon Virtual Reference Summit / ACRL Cultural Competency Guidelines / Basic Cataloging Workshop / Alliance Research Interest Group Meeting / National Library Workers Day

***2010 Oregon Virtual Reference Summit
Registration for the 2010 Oregon Virtual Reference Summit is now open! You can register anytime between now and May 1st, 2010.

This year’s Summit features keynote speaker Vanessa Fox whose book Marketing in the Age of Google will appear on bookshelves soon.  Additionally, we have a day of learning and thinking about virtual reference planned. Come join your colleagues and participate in interactive sessions, listen to lightning talks, or give a lightning talk yourself!

Registration costs are still affordable at $25 for staff at L-net partner libraries, L-net volunteers, L-net advisory board members and students; and $50 for everyone else. And for those who are experiencing financial hardship, we are offering scholarships to cover the cost of registration. You may apply for scholarships when you register for the conference.

For out-of-towners we have a limited number of rooms reserved at Edgefield Manor for Thursday and Friday nights. Please note that room reservations for this block can only be made by calling Edgefield at: (503) 669-8610. Remember to do it soon or you’ll miss the discounted rate! (Just for your information, most rooms at Edgefield do not have a private bathroom. There are several options outside of the rooms we have booked, so don’t be afraid to ask the agent what is available.)

For more information at the 2010 Oregon Virtual Reference Summit, visit our web site, and don’t forget to find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

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***ACRL Cultural Competency Guidelines
Over the last two years ACRL’s Racial and Ethnic Diversity Committee has been working to develop Cultural Competency Guidelines for Academic Libraries. These guidelines may be used by libraries to foster internal development as well as help articulate the library’s role in higher education in incorporating cultural competencies into learning, scholarship and service.

The committee is working to complete the necessary steps, as outlined by ACRL’s Standards & Accreditation Committee, in order for the association to adopt these guidelines. The distribution of the attached working paper is one of those steps.  The working paper outlines the sections we plan to include in the final document. Your feedback and input will help us create a relevant and effective guide for academic libraries.

The Racial and Ethnic Diversity Committee looks forward to your comments and feedback by May 14, 2010; e-mails can be sent to: melaneevicedo@yahoo.com.

The guidelines will address the following areas (in no particular order):

  • Cultural awareness of self and others
  • Building of cross-cultural knowledge and skills
  • Language diversity
  • Professional education and continuous learning
  • Development of collections, programs and services
  • Service delivery
  • Organizational change, strategy, planning, structure, policies and practices
  • Workforce diversity
  • Workplace climate
  • Cross-cultural leadership
  • Professional and organizational values
  • Research

The National Association of Social Workers has kindly allowed us to adapt their Standards for Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice for our purpose.

If libraries are to continue to be indispensable organizations in their campus communities, they must reflect those communities and be able to provide quality services to their diverse constituencies. Therefore, it is imperative that they attract and retain new and diverse talent. In order to do so, libraries must create an inclusive and respectful work environment, which necessitates supporting the development of cultural competencies among library faculty, staff, and student workers.

Thank you,
Melanee Vicedo
Chair, ACRL’s Racial & Ethnic Diversity Committee
melaneevicedo@yahoo.com

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***Basic Cataloging Workshop
Basic Subject Cataloging Using LCSH
May 13-14 8:30-5:00, Eugene Public Library

This two-day workshop is designed to give attendees a solid foundation in the principles and practices of subject cataloging using LCSH, an introduction to the most important tools, and practice in formulating heading strings using subdivisions. It will be useful for those who are new to subject cataloging with LCSH but who have some basic knowledge of cataloging and the MARC formats. While not designed to cover advanced or specialized topics, the course will also be a useful review for experienced catalogers, especially those who supervise or train other catalogers. Some familiarity with MARC is helpful.

Trainers:
Adam Schiff, Principal Cataloger, University of Washington
Lori Robare, Assistant Head, Metadata Services and Digital Projects, University of Oregon

The workshop will be held May 13-14, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, at the Eugene Public Library in downtown Eugene.

Registration:
Cost of the two day workshop is:
Early Registration (February – April 15) $60
Registration (April 16 – May 10)      $80
This includes the workshop manual (lunch is on your own, a list of nearby places will be provided with registration confirmation)
Registration is limited to 25 attendees.

To reserve your space, please email olatsrt@gmail.com, with your name, institution, address, email and phone number, then send payment to the address below.  Registration is not final until payment has been received.   

Please make check or money order for your registration payable to OLA TSRT and mail to: 

Tiff Thornton
1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1299

Confirmation of registration will be sent upon receipt of payment.   Directions, parking, food and lodging information will be included with your confirmation.   For more information, contact Megan Dazey at olatsrt@gmail.com

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***Alliance Research Interest Group Meeting
Save the date!  The Alliance Research Interest Group (RIG) summer meeting will be on Friday, June 18, 2010, in room WS 149 at the University of Oregon (UO) Portland – White Stage Building from 10:00am-12:00pm.

Want to find out more about us? Check out our Alliance Research Interest Group webpage. Contact Laura Zeigen (OHSU) or Robin Paynter (PSU) if you have any questions about our group or would like to get involved!

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 ***National Library Workers’ Day
“Pay equity for library employees” is the focus of National Library Workers Day, April 13, 2010.

Press Release:
CHICAGO – On April 13, thousands of communities will celebrate National Library Workers Day (NLWD), a time when library staff, patrons, administrators and Friends groups will recognize the valuable contributions made by all library workers.  You are invited to name a “Star” library employee for the NLWD website at http://www.ala-apa.org/about/nlwd.html, where everyone can see what makes this person an exceptional library employee.  Anyone working in or for a library can be nominated, and self-nominations are welcome.

The day’s theme “Libraries Work Because We Do!” focuses on how library services depend on the important work done by every library employee.  Library employees help Americans deal with tough economic times.  Patrons are visiting libraries in record numbers, seeking guidance from library employees in using computers and the Internet, accessing financial literacy resources, and searching for jobs.

This year, there is a special emphasis on the need for pay equity for library workers, even in this economy.  There are ideas on building a case in the Better Salaries and Pay Equity Toolkit.  It will be followed a week later by Equal Pay Day on April 20, which was originated by the National Committee on Pay Equity (NCPE) in 1996 as a public awareness event to illustrate the gap between men’s and women’s wages.  ALA-APA and ALA are also supporting the inclusion of library employees in the Jobs for Main Street Act under discussion by Congress.

Data from the U.S. Census and from Library Journal’s survey of beginning librarians show that female librarian salaries continue to be lower than male library employees.  The wage gap for the nation remains with women earning 77 cents for every dollar a man earns.  Library employees also continue to receive lower salaries in comparison with traditionally male occupations with comparable education requirements and job responsibilities.  In 2008, the ALA-APA passed a resolution endorsing a minimum entry-level salary for professional librarians of $40,000 that is adjusted annually according to the latest cost of living index/CPI data; and a living wage for all library employees of $13 that is adjusted annually in relation to the Federal poverty guidelines.

Become a fan of National Library Workers Day on Facebook and add your library’s celebratory photos and ideas.  You may also purchase NLWD caps, shirts, and other gifts at the NLWD store on Café Press at http://www.cafepress.com/ALA_APA.  

For more information about National Library Workers Day, please contact Jenifer Grady at jgrady@ala.org or visit the National Library Workers Day website at http://www.ala-apa.org/about/nlwd.html.

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