Welcome, Jessica Craig! 2021-2023 Co-Moderator!!!

As an incoming Co-Moderator, I would love to hear any thoughts or ideas you may have for the future of ArLiSNAP. Hi everyone!  I am so excited to introduce myself as the new Co-Moderator for ArLiSNAP! I can’t wait to get started volunteering with Chaun and the rest of the leadership network to promote our […]

Call for Feedback on the Framework for Visual Literacy draft

Request for Feedback Timeline Please return the survey by July 7, 2021 We are currently seeking feedback on the Visual Literacy Framework Companion Document. We are asking you to consider how you might use this document. We would also like to understand how it could be improved to better align with your needs. We thank you in […]

VOTE NOW for the 2021-2023 ArLiSNAP Co-Moderator!

The submission period for 2021-2023 ArLiSNAP Co-Moderator candidacy has closed, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time to start voting!  Before voting, be sure to read about the candidates below. Cast your vote by June 20 using this form. Please feel free to send any questions to arlisnap.na@gmail.com. Candidates Jessica CraigLindsey JacksonAlison Quirion […]

Extended: Call for ArLiSNAP Co-Moderator Candidates

Missed the call to serve as the 2021-2023 ArLiSNAP Co-Moderator? Now’s your chance! We are extending the deadline to submit your candidacy. If you’d like to collaboratively lead ArLiSNAP with Chaun Campos, soon to be second-year co-moderator, please complete this form to submit your candidacy by the new deadline, June 4, 2021. Curious about what […]

Say “Hello!” to Our New Blog Editor, Eileen Chen!

Hi everyone! I’m very excited to join the team as a Blog Editor.  Eileen is an MLIS student at the University of British Columbia, and she has a background in English literature. She currently works as a casual assistant at her local public library and freelances as an academic Chinese-English translator. Prior to getting involved […]

Welcome Our New Blog Editor, Alison Baitz!

Hi! I’m Alison Baitz (she/her), and I’m thrilled to get started as one of the ArLiSNAP blog editors. Alison is currently pursuing her MLIS at Simmons University, where she’s also in the Children’s Literature degree program. Slated to finish in Spring 2022, she’s previously logged time — both paid and not — at public and […]

ARLIS/NA Conference Support Tips: Self-Care

The 49th ARLIS/NA Virtual Annual Conference begins tomorrow! While we are all very excited for every speaker, event, session, and panel, it is important to maintain your wellness so you can take advantage of all the conference has to offer. In the below tips, we offer ideas on how to avoid potential mental, physical, and […]

Call for ArLiSNAP Co-Moderator Candidates

The Art Library Students and New ARLIS/NA Professionals (ArLiSNAP) Section is excited to announce that we are kicking off the election cycle for our new co-moderator, who will serve a two year term from 2021-2023. Curious about what it means to be co-moderator? Read Everything You Need to Know About Co-Moderating but Never Thought to […]

Everything You Need to Know About Co-Moderating but Never Thought to Ask (2021 Edition)

This post means I’m nearing the end of my term as the 2019-2021 ArLiSANP Co-Moderator, as we embark on co-moderator elections for the 2021-2023 cycle. While it’s bittersweet to depart a group that’s been my safe haven since joining ARLIS/NA in 2017, I’m excited to share my reflections and advice. So, following in Michele Jenning’s […]