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Preview of the American Library Association’s 2019 Midwinter Affair & Exhibits in Seattle.

With its advancing tech scene, arresting outdoors, and iconic Amplitude Needle, Seattle has continued led in afflatus and innovation—concepts that accept historically apprenticed librarianship and will abide to do so for abounding years to come. The American Library Association’s (ALA) Midwinter Affair & Exhibits allotment to the Emerald City January 25–29, giving library professionals the absolute befalling to altercate the ideas, trends, and analysis that will appearance the approaching of advice services.

Featured speakersMelinda Gates

Opening Session
Friday, January 25, 4–5:15 p.m.
Philanthropist Melinda Gates, cofounder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has committed her activity to transforming the bloom and abundance of families, communities, and societies. Core to her assignment is the empowerment of women and girls. Gates is the columnist of the accessible The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the Apple (April), a alarm to activity that traces the articulation amid women’s empowerment and the bloom of societies. In the book, Gates capacity opportunities to actualize change and provides simple and able methods for authoritative a difference.

Eric Klinenberg. Photo: Lisa DeNeffe

Arthur Curley Memorial Lecture
Saturday, January 26, 4–5 p.m.
Eric Klinenberg is abettor of folklore and administrator of the Convention for Accessible Ability at New York University. His latest book, Palaces for the People: How Amusing Infrastructure Can Advice Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Borough Activity (2018), argues that the animation of communities rests not on aggregate ethics but on the acute admission created by aggregate spaces, such as libraries, day-care centers, bookstores, coffee shops, and adjacency gardens.

Robin DiAngelo

ALA President’s Program: Libraries = Able Communities
Sunday, January 27, 3:30–5:30 p.m.
Acknowledging structural racism is all-important in adjustment to annihilate abuse and body able communities. In ALA President Loida Garcia-Febo’s program, Robin DiAngelo, columnist of White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Allocution about Racism (2018), will altercate the abnormality and activity means to appoint added constructively in conversations about racism.

Isha Sesay

Closing Session
Monday, January 28, 2–3 p.m.
Peabody Award–winning announcer Isha Sesay will allege at the Closing Session. Sesay was an basic allotment of CNN’s advantage of above apple events, including Japan’s nuclear reactor crisis, the Ebola beginning in West Africa, and the kidnapping of 276 Chibok schoolgirls in Nigeria by Boko Haram. She afresh larboard CNN to focus on added projects, including her accessible book Beneath the Tamarind Tree (July), the aboriginal absolute anniversary of Boko Haram’s abduction of the schoolgirls. Sesay is additionally the architect of W.E. (Women Everywhere) Can Lead, which supports apprenticeship and empowerment of girls in Africa.

Auditorium Speaker Series
Sylvia Acevedo

Saturday, January 26, 10–11 a.m.
Sylvia Acevedo is currently CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, but she’s additionally been an IBM engineer, a NASA rocket scientist, an award-winning entrepreneur, and a abettor on the White House Initiative for Educational Excellence for Hispanics. Her contempo account for adolescent readers, Path to the Stars: My Adventure from Girl Scout to Rocket Scientist (2018), traces her adventure from active in an underprivileged New Mexico adjacency to acceptable one of the aboriginal Latinx to alum with a master’s in engineering from Stanford University and assignment as a scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Rick Steves. Photo: Tim Frakes

Sunday, January 27, 9:30–10:30 a.m.
Travel author, television host, and activist Rick Steves started his business, Rick Steves’ Europe, in 1976, growing it from a one-man operation to a aggregation of 100 full-time employees. He spends about a third of every year in Europe, researching guidebooks, filming TV shows, and authoritative new discoveries. He tackled a new brand of biking autograph with Biking as a Political Act: How to Leave Your Baggage Behind (2018). The book reflects on how a activity of biking broadened his perspectives and how biking can be a force for accord and compassionate in the world. He will altercate his acceptance that common biking is the best able way for Americans to accord to “homeland security.”

Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Observance and Sunrise Celebration
Monday, January 28, 6:30–7:30 a.m.
The anniversary Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Observance and Sunrise Celebration commemorates King’s bequest and recognizes the affiliation amid his life’s assignment and the library world. The accident will affection a keynote abode from Jeanne Theoharis, acclaimed abettor of political science at Brooklyn Academy of the City University of New York and columnist of A Added Beautiful and Terrible History: The Uses and Misuses of Civil Rights History (2017). The accident will additionally affection a alarm to activity from above ALA President Loriene Roy (2007-2008) and readings including passages from King’s speeches and work. Coffee, tea, and ablaze refreshments will be served.

Symposium on the Approaching of Libraries

The Center for the Approaching of Libraries will already afresh sponsor the Appointment on the Approaching of Libraries, three canicule of sessions exploring near-term trends already alarming library addition as able-bodied as longer-term efforts to advice libraries of all types acclimate to the needs of their users. The appointment is included with abounding appointment registration.

A absolute affair with civic, social, and apprenticeship innovators who are creating what’s abutting for cities, campuses, and communities will accessible the appointment anniversary day from 8–10 a.m. The abounding agenda is accessible at Media Notable sessions include:

Breaking Down the Barriers to Advancement for Academy Libraries
Saturday, January 26, 10:30–11:30 a.m.
ALA Action Corps Members Ann Ewbank, administrator of Montana Accompaniment University’s Academy Library Media Certificate; Jenna Nemec-Loise, arch librarian at North Shore Country Day Academy in Winnetka, Illinois; and Deborah Rinio, accessory adviser at the University of Alaska Fairbanks will allotment their perspectives on library advancement and what makes a acceptable advocate. They will additionally altercate how to affix with local, state, and civic legislators; acquaint effectively; and annihilate barriers to advancement efforts.

Racial Equity: Libraries Organizing to Transform Institutions
Saturday, January 26, 10:30–11:30 a.m.
The Accessible Library Association (PLA) Task Force on Equity, Diversity, and Admittance and the Government Alliance on Race and Disinterestedness will analyze accessible libraries’ assignment on anecdotic and acclamation institutional racism and structural inequities.

Return to the Real: The Library as Amusing Connector
Saturday, January 26, 3–4 p.m.
WebJunction Programs Administrator Betha Gutsche and WebJunction Association Administrator Jennifer Peterson will analyze library programs through the lens of amusing possibilities. Studies advertise that a abridgement of amusing admission can admission bareness and depression. Active acquirements programs with participatory activities can advice strengthen association bonds and accommodate the faculty of acceptance that bodies crave.

The Role of Libraries in Acclamation Homelessness and Poverty
Sunday, January 27, 1–2 p.m.
Libraries, decidedly accessible libraries, are because their responsibilities to serve association associates who are experiencing abjection and homelessness. But this accountable is generally not addressed in library schools, abrogation librarians after the vocabulary, background, and accoutrement to finer abode these challenges. This alternate affair will activity examples of exercises, readings, videos, and conversations to libraries move forward. Panelists accommodate researcher and columnist Julie Ann Winkelstein; Tina Reid, admission casework abettor at Austin Peay Accompaniment University’s Felix G. Woodward Library in Clarksville, Tennessee; Jessica Ball, librarian at Memphis (Tenn.) Accessible Libraries; and Hilary M. Jasmin, analysis and acquirements casework librarian, University of Tennessee Bloom Science Center.

The Bookish Library in an Accessible Admission World: Threats and Opportunities
Sunday, January 27, 4–5 p.m.
Rick Anderson, accessory administrator for collections and bookish advice at the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library, will analyze the library’s role in an era back admission to scholarship no best needs to be brokered. This affair will altercate both threats and opportunities presented by an accessible admission future.

Books and awards

It wouldn’t be Midwinter after adulatory books and authors. Honor some of the best works of the year—and alike rub amateur with some of your admired writers—at these events.

RUSA Book and Media Awards
Sunday, January 27, 5–7 p.m.
ALA’s Advertence and User Casework Association (RUSA) will advertise the winners of its awards, which admit some of the best books for adults. Awards to be appear accommodate the Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction, the Dartmouth Medal for outstanding advertence work, and the Sophie Brody Medal for Jewish literature. RUSA will additionally bare this year’s Notable Books List, Reading List, Accept List, and Outstanding Advertence Sources selections. This accident is complimentary, but allotment is required.

Youth Media Awards
Monday, January 28, 8–9 a.m.
In an accident that’s consistently a highlight, the winners of the best celebrated awards in children’s and adolescent developed abstract will be appear Monday morning. The Washington Accompaniment Convention Center will be active as the winners of the Newbery, Caldecott, Coretta Scott King, Pura Belpré, and Printz awards, forth with added than a dozen others, are revealed. Chase the after-effects via alive webcast or by afterward #alayma on Twitter. Doors accessible at 7:30 a.m. Revelers are encouraged to appear the Joint Adolescence Reception (5–6:30 p.m. Monday, January 28), sponsored by the Association for Library Service to Accouchement (ALSC) and the Adolescent Developed Library Casework Association (YALSA), to allocution about the day’s big winners over drinks and hors d’oeuvres.

Clockwise from top left: Juliet Grames, Wayétu Moore, Annie Ward, Chris Pavone. Photos: Katherine Grames (Grames); Yoni Levy (Moore); Sam McIntosh (Pavone)

United for Libraries Gala Columnist Tea
Sunday, January 27, 2–4 p.m.
Bestselling writers Juliet Grames (The Seven or Eight Deaths of Stella Fortuna), Wayétu Moore (She Would Be King), Chris Pavone (The Paris Diversion), and Annie Ward (Beautiful Bad) will altercate their accessible books while attendees adore tea and a array of treats. Book signings will follow, and United for Libraries will admit winners of the 2018 Civic Friends of Libraries Week Awards during the program. Tickets are $55 in beforehand for United for Libraries members, $60 in beforehand for nonmembers, or $65 onsite. Beforehand acquirement is recommended.

Morris and Nonfiction Award Affairs and Presentation
Monday, January 28, 10:30 a.m.–noon
Enjoy coffee, tea, and pastries, and accept to the 2019 Morris Award and Adolescent Developed Nonfiction Award winners and finalists allege about their accustomed titles. After the speeches, admix with the authors and aces up copies of their books. Tickets are $25.

News You Can Use

The Account You Can Use alternation offers updates from experts on policy, research, statistics, technology, and more, based on new surveys, reports, legislation, regulations, and projects. See the abounding agenda at Media Highlights include:

Libraries and Accessible Action After the Midterm Elections and the Midpoint of the Administration
Saturday, January 26, 10:30–11:30 a.m.
ALA Washington Office’s Senior Administrator of Accessible Action and Government Relations Alan Inouye, Associate Executive Administrator of Advancement and Accessible Policy Kathi Kromer, and Deputy Administrator of Government Relations Kevin Maher will altercate what the library association can apprehend from the 116th Congress over the abutting two years on issues like funding, copyright, privacy, education, and telecommunications. Stay connectedVisit Media #alamw19 and chase @alamwJoin the Facebook eventFollow the Pinterest boardsFollow forth on TumblrKeep up on Instagram with #alamw19Visit Media or download the adaptable app
ALA Store

Located in the Atrium Lobby of the Washington Accompaniment Convention Center, the ALA Store will activity a advanced ambit of promotional, continuing education, able development, and allowance items—including appropriate conference-only items not accessible in the ALA Graphics catalog. Store hours are:

Friday, January 25: 1:30–5:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 26: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday, January 27: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Monday, January 28: 8:30 a.m.–2 p.m.

A appropriate pop-up mini-store will accomplish abreast the allotment breadth 10:30 a.m–2:30 p.m. Friday, January 25. Attendees are brash to stop by aboriginal to get their aces of appointment T-shirts.

Support Seattle Business

ALA’s Appointment for Diversity, Literacy, and Beat Casework has created a mapped account of minority-, women-, and LGBTQ-owned businesses in Seattle, with a focus on those amid abutting to the Washington Accompaniment Convention Center.

PLA Across-the-board Internship Initiative
Saturday, January 26, 10:30–11:30 a.m.
Since 2017, added than 100 aerial academy acceptance accept alternate in paid, mentored internships at accessible libraries beyond the nation through PLA’s Across-the-board Internship Initiative. This affairs will allotment highlights from accomplished participants, call how libraries can assignment with aerial academy interns to body added across-the-board staffs and services, and accommodate advice on applying to host an intern in 2019.

Intellectual Abandon and the Law: Issues and Updates for Affair Rooms, Annoyance Queen Storytimes, and Library Displays
Saturday, January 26, 1­–2 p.m.
Controversies over library affair allowance policies, annoyance queen storytimes, and library displays accept fabricated account in contempo months. ALA’s Appointment for Bookish Abandon Interim Administrator Deborah Caldwell-Stone and Abandon to Read Foundation General Counsel Theresa Chmara will analyze the acknowledged attempt and precedents that administer to these issues and accommodate applied advice on creating behavior that accede with the law, assure bookish freedom, and accommodated the needs of the library and its community.

Preliminary After-effects From the 2018 Young Children, New Media, and Libraries Survey of Technology Use in Today’s Libraries
Sunday, January 27, 8:30–10 a.m.
ALSC will present basic allegation on how libraries are application new media in programming and accouterment a advanced ambit of technologies to families with adolescent children. Panelists Katie Campana, abettor abettor at Kent Accompaniment University; Claudia Haines, adolescence casework librarian at Homer (Alaska) Accessible Library; Marianne Martens, accessory abettor at Kent Accompaniment University; and Liz Mills, PhD applicant and Beverly Cleary analysis abettor at University of Washington will altercate analysis after-effects and their implications.

LITA Top Technology Trends
Sunday, January 27, 1–2:30 p.m.
The Library Advice Technology Association’s arch affairs on changes and advances in technology affecting the library apple will affection a round-table altercation with a console of technology experts and anticipation leaders.

Library Advancement and Association Engagement in the 2020 Census
Sunday, January 27, 4­–5 p.m.
Communities beyond the country are advancing for the 2020 Census. Library staffers and supporters can admission acquaintance of library casework and strengthen association relationships by accommodating in a Complete Count Committee. Apprehend from librarians who accept been complex with Complete Count efforts and apprentice about a new ALA Washington Appointment advancement publication.

Future Ready with the Library: Connecting with Average Schoolers to Body Able Communities
Monday, January 28, 10:30–11:30 a.m.
YALSA and the Association for Rural and Baby Libraries developed the Approaching Ready with the Library activity to advice average academy acceptance accede their passions and interests and apprentice how they ability affix to academy and a career. This participatory affair will abode how libraries can assignment with association ally and families to abutment the amusing and affecting development needs of average schoolers and animate their aboriginal accomplish in because bookish and abode opportunities.

Ticketed events

No amount what your able specialty or interests, Midwinter’s preconference institutes and added ticketed able development opportunities can advice you booty your assignment to the abutting level. Visit the Ticketed Contest folio for added information.

Designing Educational Opportunities on the Intersections of Bookish Advice and Advice Literacy
Friday, January 25, 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Today’s alive bookish advice mural provides challenges and opportunities for librarians to become change agents for campuswide initiatives and competencies. This Association of Academy and Analysis Libraries (ACRL) Emerald City RoadShow will advice participants advantage bookish advice and advice articulacy to beforehand apprenticeship and beat strategies that abode the aspirations and needs of scholars, students, and researchers. Presenters accommodate Maryam Fakouri, bookish publishing beat librarian at the University of Washington in Seattle, and John Watts, arch of ability assembly at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries. Tickets are $225 for ACRL members, $265 for ALA members, $325 for nonmembers.

Advancing Ancestral Disinterestedness in Accessible Libraries: Normalizing, Organizing, and Operationalizing
Friday, January 25, 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
At this PLA institute, practitioners will allotment their adventures application ancestral disinterestedness accoutrement and ambience up ancestral disinterestedness initiatives for success. Speakers will additionally altercate barriers to ahead and strategies for comestible efforts through arduous times. Presenters accommodate Sonja Ervin, Multnomah County (Oreg.) Library disinterestedness and admittance manager, and Gordon F. Goodwin, Government Alliance on Race and Disinterestedness bounded activity administrator at Race Forward. Tickets in beforehand are $130 for PLA members, $150 for ALA members, $180 for nonmembers, and $80 for acceptance and nonsalaried and retired persons.

Implicit Bias, Bloom Disparities, and Bloom Literacy: Intersections in Bloom Equity
Friday, January 25, 9 a.m.–noon
PLA, the Civic Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest, and ALA’s Appointment for Diversity, Literacy, and Beat Services, will present an convention to advice participants analyze practices and interventions that can abate bloom disparities and beforehand bloom equity. Organizers will accommodate a packet of assets to abutment bloom articulacy in the library, including accoutrement librarians can use to analyze their communities’ bloom needs. Tickets are $50 in advance, $60 onsite.

Jan Masaoka

United for Libraries Institute: Friends, Foundations, and Trustees
Saturday, January 26, 11:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Library trustees, Friends groups, foundations, and agents are arrive to accompany a chargeless afternoon of acquirements opportunities. Jan Masaoka, CEO of the California Association of Nonprofits, will bear the keynote “Be Passionate About Your Library! Creating and Developing Able Advocates for Your Library.” The accident will additionally affection able speakers and a console discussion, “Working Together: Friends, Foundations, Trustees, and Libraries.” Tickets are complimentary, but allotment is required.

Other highlights

ACRL Presidential Forum
Saturday, January 26, 1–2 p.m.
ACRL President Lauren Pressley will host “Climbing the Stairs to Assortment and Admittance Success.” At this alternate workshop, Terryl Ross, abettor administrator of diversity, equity, and admittance at the University of Washington Academy of the Environment, will present a new assortment and admittance model. Attendees will altercate all bristles levels of the archetypal and astute means for organizations to advance through them.

Trends in Adolescent Developed Casework Cardboard Presentation
Saturday, January 26, 10:30–11:30 a.m.
In this YALSA program, Amanda Waugh, advisory librarian at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Academy in Potomac, Maryland, will present “Feels Like Home: The Digital Advice Practices of Boyhood Fans,” a cardboard that investigates boyhood information-seeking behaviors in online fan communities and beyond platforms.

The ALA Masters Alternation provides opportunities to apprehend experts from beyond altered library specialties call their centralized innovations in fast-paced, 45-minute lunchtime sessions. Visit bit.ly/alamasters for this year’s agenda of speakers.

In the display hall

With added than 450 exhibitors alms the latest in products, titles, and casework for every blazon of library; assorted stages featuring the hottest names in publishing; and a array of appropriate events, the display anteroom at Midwinter is capital to acquirements and networking. Swing by the specialty pavilions committed to adaptable apps, baby presses, and university presses.

Visit the Book Buzz Theater for account on the latest titles, and bolt readings, discussions, presentations, and signings at the PopTop Stage.

American Libraries will host a alive podcast adventure as allotment of the PopTop Stage program. Accompany Dewey Decibel podcast host Phil Morehart for “So You Want To Podcast…” (11 a.m. Saturday, January 26), a console altercation featuring librarian podcasters Joseph Janes, accessory abettor at the University of Washington Advice Academy and host of Documents That Changed the World; Gwen Glazer, readers casework librarian at New York Accessible Library and co-host of The Librarian Is In; and Adriane Herrick Juarez, executive administrator of Park City (Utah) Library and host of Library Leadership Podcast.

Exhibit Anteroom Hours
Friday, January 25, 5:30–7 p.m.
Saturday, January 26, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday, January 27, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Monday, January 28, 9 a.m.–2 p.m.

Business and Financial Meetings

Friday, January 25
8:30–noon, ALA Executive Board Affair I
Noon–4:30 p.m., Budget Analysis and Analysis Committee and Finance and Audit Joint Meeting

Saturday, January 26
8–11 a.m., Council Orientation Session
3–4:30 p.m., ALA Council/Executive Board/Membership Advice Session
4:30–5:30 p.m., ALA Presidential and Treasurer Candidates’ Forum

Sunday, January 27
8:30–9 a.m., ALA-APA Council Session
9–11 a.m., ALA Council I
1–2:30 p.m., Planning and Budget Assembly

Monday, January 28
10 a.m.–noon, ALA Council II
2–4 p.m., ALA Executive Board Affair II
4–4:30 p.m., ALA-APA Board Meeting

Tuesday, January 29
9:00–11:30 a.m., ALA Council III
12:30–4:30 p.m., ALA Executive Board Affair III

JobLIST Placement and Career Development Center

ALA’s JobLIST Placement and Career Development Center (open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, January 26–27) offers chargeless workshops, résumé review, and photography.. Added highlights include:

Orientation
Saturday, January 26, 9 a.m.

Open House/Career Fair
Sunday, January 27, 9–10:30 a.m.

Career Counseling
Saturday, January 26, 9–10 a.m. and 4–5 p.m.
Sunday, January 27, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Mentoring-on-the-Fly
Saturday, January 26, 9 a.m.–noon, and Sunday, January 27, 1–4 p.m.

Putting it all together

Midwinter is added than aloof speakers, awards, and business meetings. Some of its best able moments are the breezy opportunities to ask questions, accomplish recommendations, analyze ideas, and reflect on the implications of updates, conversations, and what you’ve learned.

More than 200 Altercation Groups will accommodated at Midwinter. These are about organized sessions on ample and appropriate topics, anniversary sponsored by an ALA division, annular table, or office.

Make admission at the Networking Uncommons space, a Wi-Fi-equipped breadth area you can accumulate in baby groups to accept a quick meeting, authority ad-lib sessions, brightness your presentation, or recharge. Sign up for a time aperture or aloof appearance up. The amplitude is accessible 8 a.m–4 p.m. Friday, January 25, and 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday–Monday, January 26–28.

Relax and regroup at the ALA Lounge. Affix with colleagues, added ALA members, and ALA staff, and get answers to your questions about what’s accident at appointment and at ALA. You’ll accept the adventitious to aces up affluence of swag—including appropriate ribbons not accessible anywhere else.

For an abreast account of dates and times, see the Midwinter Appointment Scheduler.

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