Category Archive: programs

Dec 11

Guns on Campus: Implications for Libraries

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The University Libraries Section Campus Administration and Leadership Discussion Group presents a discussion about guns on campus and the implications for libraries. Led by Rick Stoddart, Head, User and Research Services, University of Idaho Library, this discussion will explore issues for libraries related to concealed weapons laws and how they are implemented, and other topics …

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Jun 02

ULS/DLS Session at ALA Annual: Leading From the Side

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Now that the conference scheduler is available, are you figuring out what great sessions to attend at ALA Annual this year? Be sure to add this one about leading through innovation and creativity to the list!   Moderator: Carrie Moran, UCF Regional Librarian, Valencia College Osceola Speaker: Jade G. Winn, Assistant Dean for Instruction, Assessment & Engagement, …

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Apr 03

ULS Members-Only Online Discussion: April 23

Members-Only Online Discussion: Academic Library Outreach brought to you by the ACRL-ULS Academic Outreach Committee The ULS Membership Committee is pleased to provide a free online discussion for ULS members on Wednesday, April 23 from 12-1 pm EDT. To register, go to: https://acrl.webex.com/acrl/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=663903084 Academic Library Outreach: The Intentional, the Desperate, and the Serendipitous Academic librarians …

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Oct 02

ACRL e-Learning webcast: The Publishing Rollercoaster – Writers Sound Off

Join ACRL for the e-Learning webcast, “The Publishing Rollercoaster — Writers Sound Off,” on Wednesday, October 9 (1:00 — 2:30 p.m. Central).  Expand your knowledge of professional publishing from concept through research, submission, revision, and publication. Bringing first-hand experience of the writing and publishing process, the webcast panelists will share their experiences while presenting strategies …

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Jun 19

ULS program – Busting Out of Your Cubicle!

If you’re heading to ALA, please check out the ACRL ULS program. It promises to be practical, relevant, and fun to be a part of!   Busting Out of the Cubicle:  Your Creative Self at Work Saturday, June 29, 2013 4:30-6 p.m. McCormick Place Convention Center, S102bc Are your library’s brainstorming sessions more like… brain …

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Jun 03

ACRL ULS/CLS Joint Social

Join us at ALA for the first ever joint ULS/CLS social. The social will be held on the beautiful rooftop bar of the Plymouth Grill (http://plymouthgrill.com/) at 327 South Plymouth Court on Saturday 29 June 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm. Partake of free appetizers and a cash bar and mingle with great colleagues all while …

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Aug 03

First ACRL Student Retention Discussion Group monthly article discussion

This came across the ULS Listserv; I’m crossposting it here for those who may have missed it there. ****************************** Please join us for our first monthly article discussion on the topic of student retention! Full post here. The first in our series of monthly article discussions is “The Academic Library Impact on Student Persistence” by …

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Jun 04

ACRL ULS Sponsored Events at ALA Annual in Anaheim

Looking for an easy-to-use guide for all the ULS sponsored events at the ALA Annual? Your ULS Membership committee is here to help. Below is a list of all the ACRL ULS sponsored events at ALA Annual. And after a hard Saturday of attending all these intellectually stimulating events head on out to the ULS …

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May 16

The Librarian Has Left the Building: Keeping the Knowledge Alive Through Succession Planning

You are cordially invited to attend the ACRL University Library Section’s panel discussion on succession planning at the 2012 ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim. Saturday, June 23, 2012 10:30- Noon Anaheim Convention Center Room 204C The Librarian Has Left the Building: Keeping the Knowledge Alive Through Succession Planning Faced with a mass retirement of librarians, …

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May 03

The Instructor-Librarian Transaction: Developing a Proactive Model of Library Service Delivery

Please join the ACRL-ULS Current Topics Discussion group on Sunday, June 24 10:30-12 in DIS-Nile. We will be discussing The Instructor-Librarian Transaction: Developing a Proactive Model of Library Service Delivery In September 2011, a working group from the Hunter College Libraries Faculty was asked to assess faculty use of and satisfaction with library services. Upon …

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