Monthly Archive: January 2013

Jan 24

ULS Mid-Level Managers Discussion Group at Midwinter Conference

Please join the Mid-Level Managers Discussion Group for a discussion and exercise on time management and the mid-level manager. We’ll meet on Sunday, January 27th from 1–2:30pm at the Westin Seattle Hotel in the Westlake Boardroom. I hope to see you there! Leslie Madden, Convener ULS Mid-Level Managers DG


Jan 22

Virtual & International Librarianship Opportunities

Author: Beth Filar Williams As a distance learning academic librarian, I am apt to find ways to virtually connect and collaborate. In the past year I have had some fabulous experiences with very distant, virtual librarianship. Last spring I hosted a completely virtual intern who lived in Uzbekistan through the Digital Libraries Learning Program (DILL) …

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Jan 18

ULS Member Scholarly Work: Trkay, Herzog, Mirza, Huddleston, and Bailey

Many thanks to Gretchen Trkay, Instruction & Information Literacy Librarian, University of Texas at Arlington; Andy Herzog, Reference and Instruction Librarian, University of Texas at Arlington; Rafia Mirza, Reference and Instruction Librarian, University of Texas at Arlington; Boglarka Huddleston, Instruction & Information Literacy Librarian, University of Texas at Arlington; Jody Bailey, Reference and Instruction Librarian, …

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Jan 11

ULS Executive Committee meeting – Midwinter 2013

The ACRL ULS Executive Committee meeting is open to all ALA and ULS members. Here are the meeting details: January 26, 2013 8:30-11:30am Hyatt at Olive 8, Room Azure You can find a copy of the agenda at http://connect.ala.org/node/197370. Please let me know if you have any problems accessing the document. Hope to see you …

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Jan 08

Evidence-Based Librarianship Discussion Group

At the meeting of the Evidence-Based Librarianship Discussion Group of ULS at ALA in June 2012, one major discussion point was to define “evidence-based librarianship.” To follow up on that discussion, three committee members and I have committed to reading a series of articles on different aspects of evidence-based librarianship. We hope to offer a …

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