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Lots and lots of good news lately. First, we (and by we I mean me, my awesome graduate assistant, and a host of dedicated Asian Pacific American librarians) have been working super hard on the ALA Family Literacy Focus APALA children’s literature bibliography! It’s coming along pretty well, and I’m excited to see our final product.
Second, APALA has announced the winners of the 2010 APALA Literature Awards! The official announcement is posted at the ALA website. Congratulations to the winners! Tofu Quilt is my personal favorite 🙂 Yay for literacy!
And third, today I gave a presentation at my university’s first Scholars’ Circle, an event where faculty are invited to share their research projects. I was totally nervous because it was the first time I’ve shared my dissertation research with the larger faculty, but I got great feedback and made some good connections.
All in all, it’s been a great week. I love my job.
I’ve noticed that, despite not updating as often as I should (or would like to!), I’m still getting a steady stream of visitors from all over the world. Friends, I apologize for not updating more often, but will try to in the future!! I have much to share with you.
For now, I’m in Chicago for the American Library Association conference, and will have news and photos for you 🙂 Stay tuned, and thanks for visiting!~