Saturday, March 27, 2010


Library Snapshot Day is "A Day in the Life of Your Library". If you or your library is planning a snapshot day, the American Library Association provides 3 easy steps:

  1. Let ALA Know! If you are interested in hosting a Snapshot Day, or if you have already hosted one and would like to tell us about it, please contact Marci Merola, Director of the Office for Library Advocacy, or Michael Dowling, Director of the ALA Chapter Relations Office.
  2. Visit the Library Snapshot Day Primer to get you started. If possible, please use some or all of these criteria as part of the information you gather. Although the main purpose of Library Snapshot Day is to help libraries at the state and local level, ALA would like to translate statewide results into national results that can be used for national media and advocacy efforts.
  3. Send ALA your results! Please fill out this form and help ALA compile information about what happens in libraries across the country in a single day.
This sounds like a good project to share with a community photo club or a school photography club.

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