Last week, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Pai announced his plan to roll back the 2015 Open Internet Order, and as constituents and academic leaders in Iowa, we want to voice our concerns.Read More
Sometimes we all just need the space and time dedicated to stop worrying about the ever-growing to do list and reflect on our teaching. Join the IPAL information literacy section at the Annual Conference, on May 18, 2017.Read More
The 2017 IPAL Conference will be held at Grand View University in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday, May 18.Read More
It's time, yet again, for IPAL Statistics!
To enter information about your library and institution, please complete This Survey by February 24, 2017. Joyce Meldrem will compile the data and distribute it to all member institutions, and the data will be published to member-only sections of the site.Read More
Des Moines University will be hosting a meeting of the IPAL Directors on Wednesday, October 19 at 1 p.m.
Prior to the official Directors meeting there will be some Dine-Arounds in Des Moines for lunch. Come to enjoy some of Des Moines' finer food fare with your peers from across the state!
You are invited to join the morning session of the Information Literacy Interest Group (IPAL) to discuss challenges, successes, and other unique situations that are part of a teaching librarian’s life. The IPAL Conference will be held on May 19, 2016 at Grand View University in Des Moines.Read More
The Spring IPAL Conference is coming up! Join us on Thursday May 19th at Grand View University Student Center. The conference theme this year is: Anything Goes: Library Initiatives Across Campus and Beyond. The afternoon of the conference will feature a series of Lightning Rounds followed by roundtable discussions.Read More
With the intention of starting service on July 1, 2016, this meeting is to provide a forum for brainstorming and collaborating with MOBIUS and their courier contractor on ideas and ways to get maximum participation. Delivery service in Iowa has great potential for all types of libraries. Ideas to discuss may include having the public libraries join us, implementing a sliding scale of payment, setting up delivery hubs, etc. Bring your ideas and questions!Read More