The ALA 2009 conference is officially underway, so be sure to stop by Booth 1848 if you’re in Chicago. We’re throwing a Block Party, showing off our new Learning Suite, and giving one lucky library a Nintendo Wii. We look forward to seeing you. In the meantime, here are a few links to whet your […]
Wow. There is A LOT that goes into getting ready for the ALA Annual Conference. We’ve been exhibiting at the show for years, but I didn’t truly appreciate how much work went into setting up until this year as a member of the Tutor.com set-up crew. There’s lots to think about: Is the electricity working? Did all […]
Every time we launch a new product or make a change, we get a little excited. But today is a big one! For almost a decade, we’ve been offering one-to-one online tutoring and homework help, but today, we’re announcing the launch of something that will reach even more people in your community to get them […]
What are your strategies for staying in touch, when you can’t attend a conference?
From renewing books online to story time, check out how we used our libraries in June.
Our last post about Saving Ohio Libraries caught the attention of library directors both in and out of Ohio. Carl A. Antonucci, Jr., Director of Library Services at Capital Community College in Connecticut contacted us about the budget cuts in his state as well. An article posted on the Connecticut Library Consortium web site, “when […]