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Congratulations Bausch + Lomb Library

And the RRLC Special Library of the Year Award 2012 goes to…

The Research and Development Library
at Bausch + Lomb

 

http://youtu.be/96rJZVI2bIQ

“The Bausch + Lomb Library plays a critical role in helping our scientists develop new products by giving them access to key scientific information. We are lucky to have access to literally thousands of publications on paper and electronically. More importantly, our library is a global resource for Bausch + Lomb, helping our teams around the world ultimately bring innovative eye health solutions to market that help people see better — to live better.”

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Getting Ready for Chicago!

For those of you attending SLA National in Chicago this year check out the Illinois Chapter of  SLA’s hospitality website set up to address your dining, transportation,  and sightseeing needs.

Do they have  a wombat running around the library? What do you think?

 

 

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Leveraging Mobile Technologies for Health Sciences Libraries

Leveraging Mobile Technologies for Health Sciences Libraries is a live webinar presented by the Medical Library Association

Date: Wednesday, 18 April
Time: 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Location: SUNY IT, 1st Floor Meeting Room, Utica

Presenters:

  • Colleen Cuddy, AHIP, director of the Samuel J. Wood Library and C.V. Starr Biomedical Information Center at Weil Cornell Medical College, New York, NY

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Call for Posters – SLA 2012 in Chicago

Jumping over the Candlestick: Individual and Institutional Efforts to Be Nimble and Quick in an Interconnected World
Poster session hosted by the Academic; Education; Museums, Arts, & Humanities; and Social Science Divisions of SLA

Proposals should focus on the ways information professionals and/or their institutions are staying agile in today’s open world economy. Case studies, research, and innovative ideas for the future are all welcome.

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SLA Academic Division Award Deadline – 1 April

Stacey Greenwell Outstanding Division Member Award
The Stacey Greenwell Outstanding Division Member Award recognizes a member for a notable or important contribution to the Academic Division. It is named in honor of Stacey Greenwell, founder and first Chair of the Academic Division in 2009.

Award
The award is presented during the Academic Library Division Business Meeting at the Special Libraries Association (SLA) Annual Conference. The winner is also recognized through the Academic Division’s various public relations outlets.

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Visualization for Data Analysis Webinar 28 March

Join the Rio Grande Chapter at 12:00 Noon, Mountain time (2:00pm EST), for our March 28th Virtual Lunch webinar:

Visualization for Data Analysis: A New Way to Look at Content
with presenter, Marjorie M.K. Hlava.

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2012 SLA DLDP Award Applications Due 11 April

Interested in becoming more involved in SLA national at leadership level?
See this great award opportunity.

SLA DLDP Award Applications due 11 April 2012

The SLA Diversity Leadership Development Program (DLDP) Award aims to accelerate the advancement and visibility of members who represent a diverse population of the Association by mentoring them for more leadership opportunities within SLA, to ensure that the Association remains vital, relevant, and representative of its diverse membership.

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Become a UNYSLA student shadow

Students, do you want to go to the UNYSLA event, The Library is a Growing Organism: Innovative Methods, Classic Missions, this April?

Become a student shadow and attend for free!

Student Shadows

Apply now to be a student shadow and attend the next UNYSLA event! (Note: Student shadows will be reimbursed after the event.) We are looking for students who would like to introduce our presenters and write a short article for the UNYSLA website.

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