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A New Vision for Library Services for Teens

At ALA Midwinter 2014, Tutor.com sponsored an event for the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). YALSA held this event to discuss the details of their year-long study entitled “A New Vision for Library Services for Teens: Findings from the Forum on Libraries and Teens.” This study explores the way in which libraries need to […]

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Let’s Get this Conversation Started

As soon as we hopped off the plane in Seattle, we were ready to start talking! Discussing market trends, brainstorming new solutions for clients’ challenges and showing off our new outreach materials dominated our time at the ALA Midwinter Meeting which featured the theme The Conversation Starts Here. This past weekend kick-started many conversations that […]

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Tutor.com <3’s PLA 2012

What better place to kick off <3 Tutor.com than in the city of brotherly love! That’s just what we did last week while in Philadelphia, PA for the Public Library Association (PLA) Conference. It was a marathon of great conversations with librarians, handing out cell phone socks and catching up with clients. And while the […]

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My First Experience at ALA Midwinter

We were excited to kick off 2012 at ALA Midwinter this past January. It was great to catch up with clients and meet a lot of new people. One of the things that made this conference particularly fun was that it was the first ALA MW for Bob Bonocore, one of our Client Services Managers. […]

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