Monthly Archive: January 2010

Jan 21

Your thoughts about the ULS Social

Our social in Boston seemed to go well! Of course, you never really know until you ask, so I’m asking: 1. If you went, do you have any feedback? 2. Even if you didn’t go, what are your thoughts about it? 3. Should we do it again? If so, where & when? Your comments will …

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Jan 20

“Publishing the Long Civil Rights Movement”

The “Publishing the Long Civil Rights Movement” project, based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, is currently surveying librarians on a number of plans for future innovative publications and modes of scholarly communication in the broadly conceived area of Civil Rights history. Survey responses …

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Jan 13

ALA Program: New Campus Partnership Roles for Librarians

NEW CAMPUS PARTNERSHIP ROLES FOR LIBRARIANS Going Beyond the Director –             What is the difference between outreach and partnership? –             What are some new campus initiatives ripe for librarian partnerships? –             What potential campus relationships have we not pursued in the past? Come join the discussion of these and related topics facilitated by Barbara Jenkins …

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Jan 08

ULS events in Boston

Hi all, I thought it might make life easier to have the ULS-only piece of the Midwinter schedule posted here. These are the official meetings (pdf). The only additional event I know of that’s not listed here is our social at Cheers Boston on Saturday at 5-7pm. Are you coming? RSVP by email or on …

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