Persistence of Memory: A Two-day Conference on Digital Preservation

NOVEMBER 28-29, 2007 Hilton Seattle in Seattle, Washington A conference presented by the Northeast Document Conservation Center, co-sponsored by OCLC Western Service Center WHAT IS PERSISTENCE OF MEMORY? This two-day conference, taught by a faculty of national experts, addresses the question of digital longevity. The conference will highlight evolving best practices for digital preservation to […]

Eye to I: Visual Literacy Meets Information Literacy

The ACRL Arts Section and Instruction Section invite you to visit the Virtual Poster Sessions being offered in connection with their joint program at ALA 2007 in Washington, D.C. The conference program, titled “Eye to I: Visual Literacy Meets Information Literacy,” will explore the relationship between these two sets of abilities. The poster sessions and […]

Booth Volunteers needed for Resume Review Service at ALA

*Please excuse cross-posting. Colleagues The 2007 ALA Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. is coming very soon! NMRT Resume Review Service needs you! Please consider volunteering to greet participants. Consult the current ALA 2007 Annual Conference Volunteer Booth Schedule [http://nmrtrrs.wikispaces.com/Annual2007Schedule] for available time slots. Sign-up early and reserve your preferred time slots. The location of the […]

Going to ALA's Annual Conference? We'd Like to Talk to You :)

In preparing for a next-gen OPAC proposal, Megan Macken & myself are looking for resources to tap. If you’re going to this year’s annual ALA conference in Washington, DC, we’d like you to check out any sessions that would shed some more light on next-gen OPACs & their users. There is one program in particular […]

On the Heels of the Atlanta Conference

Having just returned from the ARLIS/NA conference in Atlanta (which was tons of fun), I thought our group could chat a bit more about future possibilities for ARLIS/NA annual conferences. I read blogswithoutalibrary, and just got around to Amanda’s conference ideas photoessay. The ideas she shares are incredibly cool – some would work well for […]

ALA Conference and Career Mentoring

Are you going to the ALA conference in D.C. this year?  If so, there are 4 more days to sign up for the Conference Mentoring program.  Applications received after May 6th “will be accepted with the understanding that mentor/mentee matches will be made based on the availability of a mentor or mentee.” If you can’t […]

Sessions for Denver conference in '08

Now that folks are returning from Atlanta, it’s time to continue discussion what we’d like to try to put together or be involved in for next year. Some of the ideas brought up at our meeting were: Next-Gen OPACS session “wisdom of crowds” session continuing the New Voices session supporting the Resume Review workshop (or […]

Don't Miss Hot Topics on Sunday in Atlanta!

The Hot Topics/AskARLIS session will occur at 9am on Sunday, April 29th. The format for this session is rather unusual, in that the content and direction of the session is driven by the audience! To stir up the discussion, we’ll have a few folks present to “introduce” technologies and get the ball rolling and some […]

ARLIS/UK & Ireland Conference – Free Student Place

ARLIS Conference Student Bursary Applications are invited for a single fully-funded place at the annual conference for a full-time or part-time student working for a first degree or post-graduate qualification in librarianship and information studies. You do not need to be a member of ARLIS to apply. This year’s conference: BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL: supporting the […]