Tag Archive: ACRL

Jan 09 2017

ULS Slate of Candidates Announced

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The ULS Executive Committee is pleased to announce the slate of candidates for the upcoming ALA election. Vice-chair/Chair-elect Nicole Sump-Crethar, Associate Professor, Head of Digital Resources and Discovery Services, Oklahoma State University; Kerry Creelman, Coordinator of Undergraduate Instruction and Outreach, University of Houston. Secretary Michelle Demeter, Distance and Outreach Coordinator, Florida State University; Emily Frigo, …

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Jul 02 2012

ACRL ULS Social at 2012 ALA Annual

The ACRL ULS Social, a regular event at both the ALA Annual and Midwinter conferences, was held on Saturday, June 23rd in the serene La Rosa Room of the Tangerine Grill & Patio at the Anabella Hotel. Over 50 people enjoyed a respite from the conference while sipping on drinks and nibbling on a variety …

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Sep 27 2010

Nominate the Academic/Research Librarian of the Year!

Do you know the next Academic/Research Librarian of the Year? This is one of our most prestigious awards in the Association and we need your help in spreading the word and nominating candidates. Please nominate the next winner — we want one of our many spectacular university librarians to take it! The deadline is December 3. For …

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Oct 07 2009

ACRL Academic/Research Librarian of the Year Nominations Due December 4, 2009

This award annually recognizes an outstanding member of the library profession who has made a significant contribution to academic or research librarianship and library development. ACRL needs your help to identify individuals that are deserving of this prestigious award. Do you have a colleague or coworker, boss, or librarian on your staff that you would …

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Aug 24 2009

The new committees you asked for

Wondering how that poll turned out, where we asked for your vote on what new committees ULS should create? Here’s the overview (click the image to enlarge it). For more detailed responses, you’re welcome to view our full poll results on SurveyMonkey. Looks like Academic Outreach is the one to start with, eh? Feel free …

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