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Registration Now Open For …

Not the CIA: Competitive Intelligence and Analysis in the Real World

Join us March 28, 2014, at the Rakow Research Library, Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY, for a full day of presentations on competitive intelligence (CI) as it relates to businesses, law firms, and academia.

Visit our Events page for all the details and to register for this exciting event!

 

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SLA IT Division offers two great awards!

Nominations are now open for two awards from SLA’s IT Division:

Joe Ann Clifton Student Award
http://bit.ly/CliftonSLA

 

This award is intended to promote participation in the SLA Annual Conference by an exceptional library science student.  The award recipient will receive a 1-year student membership in SLA and expenses to attend the annual conference in Vancouver!

 

 

Outstanding Chapter Technology Programming Award
http://bit.ly/ITprogramSLA

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Local Networking in Ithaca: SLUSH

You are all invited to the next SLUSH event:

Wednesday February 12th, 5pm

at Agava Restaurant – See Menus here:  http://www.agavarestaurant.com/
381 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca

What is SLUSH?  SLUSH stands for Savvy Librarians Uniting for Social Hour!  We are an informal group of library professional, para-professional, students and other affiliated personnel that meet regularly over dinner to discuss anything in Library Land. There is no agenda or formal outline – just show up with your success stories, your woes, questions and, of course, your appetite!  To hear about upcoming events, email us to be put on the listserv and see our Facebook Page for announcements as well.

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Save the Date!

Save the Date!

Save the Date for Not the CIA: Competitive Intelligence and Analysis in the Real World!

Date: Friday, 28 March
Location: Corning Museum of Glass

UNYSLA’s spring conference is fast approaching and this year it will be co-presented with the Western New York chapter of SCIP.

Please plan on joining us for a full day of presentations on competitive intelligence (CI) as it relates to

  • consulting

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Data 101: What is Big Data and Why Should We Care?

Data 101: What is Big Data and Why Should We Care?

The fourth SLA Data 101  webinar is around the corner – Thursday, February 6, 2014  join us for Data 101: What is Big Data and Why Should We Care?

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Growing number of converts to Google Scholar

Growing number of converts to Google Scholar

“”Google is the dominant referral source for online journal articles, far surpassing the amount of traffic driven by other discovery tools” or so says an article in this week’s issue of the journal Science. And while there are some detractors who point out how easy it is to plant false citations to papers in the index and the precise algorithm remains as opaque as with any other of Google’s services, Scholar’s director robustly defends it as improving and growing all the time.

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Student Shadow Nancarrow Brown Recounts her Recent Conference Experience!

Student Shadow Nancarrow Brown Recounts her Recent Conference Experience!

I had the privilege to be selected as a student shadow for the UNYSLA fall workshop: The Librarian’s Toolbox: Reopened. I met many interesting local professionals at the event and heard a number of presentations everything ranging from marketing through Pinterest to using citation makers. These workshops provided information about tools that I need to work on adding or developing within my toolbox. Each will be beneficial to me in the future and to my members. As a student shadow, I had the opportunity to introduce two local librarians, Sarah Thiemer and Sarah Young.

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Register Now! Data 101: Open Data Webinar

Register Now! Data 101: Open Data Webinar

Are you ready to fall in love with Open Data? Yes! It’s a complex and nuanced resource, steeped in policy briefs, technology, and a philosophy of sharing and transparency. This session of the SLA Data 101 Webinar Series will cover many aspects of Open Data to get you get you up to speed. Topics covered will include:

  • Defining “open”
  • Open Data repositories
  • APIs
  • Licensing issues

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UNYSLA Spring Conference

Mark your calendars for the Spring 2018 UNYSLA Conference: Lead From Where You Are

 

When: Friday, April 13th, 2018

Where: Rochester, NY

 

Click here for more details!

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