Reminder: Volunteer for the Web 2.0 Kiosk!

Hi all, Just a reminder that we are looking for volunteers for the Web 2.0 Kiosk at the upcoming annual conference. Please see the post here to read more about this opportunity and view the sign-up link. If you sign-up to volunteer by this coming Friday, your name will be listed for all posterity in […]

Call for Volunteers- Web 2.0 kiosk in Boston!

Have some knowledge of web 2.0 features such as blogs, wikis and mashups? Looking to meet some new folks and become involved? If so, please consider volunteering for this year’s Web 2.0 Kiosk in Boston at the upcoming annual conference. The Kiosk is an informal setting for Arlisians to ask questions about various new and […]

Arts-oriented Events and Opportunities at ALA Midwinter in Boston

Call For *virtual* presenters at ACRL-ARTS/ ALA Midwinter in Boston. Bryan highlighted this on the ArliSNAP blog a few weeks back http://arlisnap.org/2009/11/23/call-for-virtual-presenters-ala-arts-section/ . The deadline has been just been extended to DECEMBER 18, so there is still time to submit a proposal! This is a GREAT opportunity to add ‘oomph’ to your resume without having […]

Tips & Tricks for Time/Project Management

Some of us use to-do lists, emails sent to ourselves, things we find on Lifehacker or 43 folders, various Google apps, etc.  And some of us just manage to keep everything in our heads.  But regardless of how we do it, we all find ways to manage our time and our projects. Personally, I’m a […]

Katelyn Angell Questions the Need for Second Masters

An interesting opinion article is in this month’s American Libraries. Typically, employers expect potential hires to hold both an MLIS and an additional subject-specific master’s or PhD. Upon learning this daunting fact, two pressing questions immediately formed in my mind: How can people on a librarian’s salary afford to earn multiple graduate degrees, and why […]

Tweaking Your Conference Sched

All, I was finding that I needed more flexibility to add other events and to slightly tweak Shed event times. Below is a link to info on one way you can export your calendar information from Shed and customize it to your specific needs. Furthermore, free online apps like Google Calendar, CalendarHub, and 30 Boxes […]

Volunteer in Indy at the Web 2.0 Tech Kiosk!

Have some knowledge of Web 2.0 tools such as blogs, wikis and social bookmarking? Then the Web 2.0 Tech Kiosk wants YOU! We are looking for volunteers to share their knowledge with other ARLIS/NA Conference attendees. The Kiosk is an informal setting to ask questions about various new technologies; start a dialogue on how libraries […]

Surviving the Annual Conference

Efforts are afoot to create an ARLIS/NA Annual Conference Survival Wiki, and we’d like your input to get things started!  The wiki is intended to complement the conference website and blog by providing a more generalized guide to the happenings of the Annual conference.  Whereas the website and blog contain information particular to each individual […]

Call of Volunteer(s)- Pub Crawl Organizer and/or Connections Liaison

Greetings from Indiana!  We’re in full swing preparing for next year’s annual ARLIS/NA conference to be held in Indianapolis on April 16-21, 2009.  If you haven’t yet seen it, the conference web site is now online. Going along with the conference’s theme of start your engines, we need to get revved up about the pub […]