ALA launches new eLearning website – Plus More ATG News & Announcements for 11/16/21

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KnowledgeSpeak reports that “The American Library Association has launched ALA eLearning, a new centralized web portal that brings together the most comprehensive digital collection of professional development for library and information professionals anywhere…
The new site “offers numerous benefits, including a robust search capability and dynamic product listings. Courses and webinars are available in multiple digital formats to suit different learning styles, scheduling needs and varying levels of comfort with eLearning technology. Additionally, access is now provided for the full eLearning catalogue from all ALA units, divisions and offices, as well as consistent event platforms and purchasing processes…”


According to infoDOCKET ” The road to the Open Science Recommendation being adopted commenced with a resolution from the 40th session of UNESCO’s General Conference in 2019, where 193 Member States tasked UNESCO with the development of an international standard-setting instrument.
That instrument, the 
UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science, has now been adopted by Member States at its 41st General Conference…”


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