It's a new year for ARRT and for the first time in a long time, I am not on the Steering Committee, but I am still a member.
One of the things I worked on while on the Steering Committee was to make as much of the ARRT work product as possible available to people everywhere.
ARRT is a regional RA networking and continuing education group which means you get the most out of the membership if you live in the Chicagoland area. However, we produce resources through our programs that can and should be used by anyone serving leisure reading patrons at any library, anywhere.
As ARRT begins the new year, the latest issue of the newsletter just went out to the mailing list. You can click here to see that newsletter with all of the links, but I also wanted to remind you that you do NOT need to be a member of ARRT to get the newsletter. Anyone can signup for the ARRT mailing list here.
I did want to repost a few of the most useful links and information from the newsletter, here on the blog. You can find those below. Personally, I plan to be at the February launch of the Nonfiction genre study and the next Book Club Study meeting. So maybe I will see some of you there in person, or you will see me in the notes [for those of you who participate from afar].
Have a great weekend.
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