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Carpool to Lawyers, Librarians, and Pirates

Lawyers, Librarians, and Pirates: Surviving the Ever Changing Seas of Copyright

Date: Friday, 19 October
Time: 9:00 – 3:30
Location: Craftsman Inn, Syracuse, NY (map)

Event details and registration

 

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Implementing Service Quality Records Management Standards in Financial Services – webinar

Implementing Service Quality Records Management Standards in Financial Services

A webinar sponsored by the Michigan Chapter of SLA

Date: Tuesday, 25 September
Time: 6:30 – 7:30 PM EDT

Register online. Space is limited.
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/210132393

Cost:

After registering and being approved you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar

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SCRLC workshop on WordPress


Finger Lakes Library System and SCRLC are delighted to present a hands-on day-long session by Polly-Alida Farrington, WordPress for Library Web Sites – An Introduction, on Friday, September 28 at SCRLC’s Martin Learning Center, Ithaca.

Thanks to an LSTA grant awarded to Finger Lakes Library System this session is free, but the class size is limited to 20 to guarantee quality, hands-on instruction.

You must register to attend at  http://www.scrlc.org/PAF-WordPress

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Competitive Intelligence webinar: Demystifying CI

Join the CI Division for another exciting webinar on Thursday, Oct. 4th at 1 pm EST. The following webinar is free to all! Please register ASAP, as space is limited!

Demystifying CI: Leveraging Existing Strengths to Build a CI Offering

Competitive Intelligence can be an intimidating phrase! Many librarians and information professionals are already providing CI services to their organization, without calling it “CI.”  Learn from a longtime SLA member how to use CI as an effective marketing tool to capitalize on your strengths as an info pro, including how to:

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2012 Nominations for student merit awards Deadline October 5th

2012 Nominations for student merit awards Deadline October 5th

The UNYSLA Student Merit Award provides a $100 each year to an LIS student who is active in SLA or their student group. Nominations for the award will be accepted until October 5th.  The criteria are as follows:

Purpose of the Award: The UNYSLA Student Merit Award seeks to recognize and reward the active participation of student SLA members through their involvement in their Student Group activities.

Eligibility for Nominations: Any chapter member may nominate a student for the Merit Award.

Eligibility to receive the award: Any SLA member who is also enrolled in a masters or PhD level library or information studies program.

Award criteria: Award criteria may include one or more of the following:

  • increased SLA student memberships
  • expanded professional development opportunities both formal and informal;
  • raised the profile of the SLA Student Group in their own school; on their own campus; or in the professional community;
  • brought educators and practicing special librarians together;
  • increased or enhanced the profile of special librarianship and/or the SLA within their academic or broader community.

Nominations will be ranked based upon clearly stated and documented quantitative and qualitative evidence. Be sure to clearly state the category of nomination and address the award criteria listed above.

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Using GoToWebinar to Reach Your Clients

LMD presents…

Using GoToWebinar to Reach Your Clients
with Hope Tillman

 

Date: Wednesday, 19 September
Time: 2:00-3:00
Registration: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/542984561
Description:  With GoToWebinar you can conduct do-it-yourself webinars. Reduce travel while reaching larger audiences around the world. Hope has had a lot of fun working with LMD getting to know the GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar platforms, as well as exploring several other options of platforms before SLA decided on this one.   This past year she hosted the LMD webinars before turning them over to David Cappoli this spring.

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RMSLA Virtual Lunch – Making a Difference

Making a Difference in Your Organization
By Sue Cronizer

Date: Thursday, 16 August
Time: 2:00 pm (Eastern) 12:00 pm (Mountain)
Registration: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/323081273
Cost: FREE to all SLA members

Description:  Sue will discuss how information professionals can become active and visible participants in their organizations. Learn to see your unit as a business within a business, expand your impact within a strategic framework, and be recognized for your essential contributions.
 
Non-members are welcome to attend by paying a $15 registration fee via the PayPal link provided on the RMSLA website:
http://bit.ly/RMSLA-Cronizer

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LLAMA webinar – Library Stories that Matter

Everybody knows that some stories are more compelling than others. Now you can discover how to select and communicate the stories of your library’s successes in ways that will have the greatest impact and will produce the results you need.

Library Outcomes: Stories that Matter

Date: Wednesday, August 22
Time: 2:30-4:00 pm (Eastern) 1:30-3:00 pm (Central)
Description:  This webinar will present a step-by-step process for identifying and communicating the impact your library has had on your community or larger institution.
At the end of this webinar participants will:

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