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I've always been interested in knowing more about the governance of professional organisations such as Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) and American Library Association (ALA). I like to know how decisions are made and the structure of the organisation so that I can work out where I best fit and how I can help move things forward. I've been involved in the following ways so far to help me begin to get my head around this: Organised and chaired the first CILIP Election Hustings in November 2010 (on behalf of CILIP West Midlands) Attended CILIP AGM 2011 Been involved in committee...

My time as an ALA Emerging Leader is almost coming to end as we're in the countdown to the ALA Annual Conference 2012. It's been such a great experience and I'd like to share some thoughts. What is ALA Emerging Leaders? According to the official website: American Library Association (ALA) Emerging Leaders (EL) program is a leadership development program which enables newer library workers from across the country to participate in problem-solving work groups, network with peers, gain an inside look into ALA structure, and have an opportunity to serve the profession in a leadership capacity. It puts participants on the fast track to ALA committee volunteerism as...

Tomorrow morning (at the obscene time of 3am) I'll be getting up and getting ready to fly to Dallas for ALA Midwinter 2012. I've packed my shoulder pads, I know who shot JR, and I've been humming "da daaa, da daaa, da da da da da da". (I'm afraid that's all I know about the Dallas TV show and though it was tempting to purchase a series to watch on the flight, I opted for The Big C instead). Here's highlights of what I'll be up to during the conference (my full conference schedule is available here though it doesn't include all...