Save the Date: 2010 Association for Library Service to Children Institute

The 2010 ALSC ((Association for Library Service to Children) Institute will be held in Atlanta September 23-25, 2010!

This is the first time that the conference will be held in the south and a great opportunity for students and professionals alike to attend a great conference devoted solely to children’s librarianship, literature, and technology.

Online registration is now available at

Participants will:

  • Receive nearly 30 hours of programming, all handout materials, multiple networking activities, five meals and three snacks breaks.
  • Meet Ashley Bryan, Carmen Deedy, John McCutcheon, Brian Selznick, David Saylor, Walter Dean Myers and Christopher Myers.
  • Attend sessions on children’s technology, literature and programming.
  • Enjoy an evening reception at the Center for Puppetry Arts.
  • Transportation sponsored by Peachtree Publishers.
  • Network with peers.
  • Get an up-close look at one of Atlanta’s most interesting venues, the Center for Puppetry Arts.

You can learn more about the institute and register by visiting the official ALSC website; you also will want to check out their terrific blog!


About Buffy J. Hamilton

I am a writing and Language Arts teacher who loves learning, literacy, stories, learning, dogs, poetry, fabulous shoes, and good lip gloss. I began my career as a high school English teacher in 1992 and then became a high school librarian and 2011 Library Journal Mover and Shaker before returning to the classroom in August 2016.

Posted on April 15, 2010, in Conferences and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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