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Jan 12 2017

Public Service Directors of Large Research Libraries Discussion Group for ALA MidWinter 2017

Join us is Atlanta at the ALA Midwinter Conference for adDiscussion of issues of common interest to the senior public service administrators of large research libraries, and a forum for the exchange of information on new developments, techniques and problems in administering public services. We’ll kick start our conversation at Midwinter with a discussion of …

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Jan 11 2017

Evidence Based Practices Discussion Group for ALA Midwinter 2017

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Join the ACRL ULS Evidence-Based Practices Discussion Group for an exciting session at the 2017 Midwinter Conference in Atlanta!  We’ll have two presentations with discussion and questions to follow. Best Practices for Student Advisory Boards. Presented by Ameet Doshi, Director of Service Experience and Program Design, The Georgia Institute of Technology. Ameet will discuss strategies …

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Mar 05 2015

ULS Campus Administration and Leadership Discussion Group: Call for Proposals

  The ALA ULS Campus Administration and Leadership Discussion Group (CALDG) is accepting proposals for the ALA Annual Conference discussion group meeting in San Francisco, CA. The discussion group is especially interested in topics relevant to libraries and campus administration. The deadline for proposals is March 31. To propose a topic, or to get more …

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Mar 03 2015

ULS Current Topics Discussion Group: Call for Proposals

The charge of the ACRL-ULS Current Topics Discussion Group is “to organize informal discussion meetings and presentations on well-defined issues and problems of current interest to university libraries and librarians.” Last year, for example, the Discussion Leaders presented “Values Driven Services: What Are Your Library’s Core Values?” Other areas of interest may include but are …

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Aug 03 2012

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 03 2011

Mid-Level Managers Discussion Group at ALA Annual

Are you a mid-level manager in an academic library? ULS has formed a new discussion group just for you! Please join us at ALA Annual in New Orleans for a discussion on a variety of topics including team management and managing difficult employees. When: Sunday, June 26 10:30am–noon Where: Sheraton New Orleans, Crescent Board Room …

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Jun 02 2011

Supporting the University’s Vision through Campus Outreach & Targeted Research Support

You are invited to join the ULS Current Topics Discussion Group on Saturday, June 25 from 1:30 – 3:30 pm, at the Marriott New Orleans, La Galerie 6.  Our topic will be “Supporting the University’s Vision through Campus Outreach & Targeted Research Support.” The discussion will be led by Christie Peters, University of Houston. Universities across the country …

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Jun 01 2011

Seeking new convenor for ULS discussion group

Did you miss out on an appointment this year? It’s not too late! ULS is seeking an individual willing to head our Campus Administration and Leadership Discussion Group for the next year. This commitment involves leading the group and coordinating at least one open discussion session on a related topic at each Annual conference. (If …

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Feb 16 2011

What do you want to talk about? Proposals welcome through 3/15

The ACRL University Libraries Section Current Topics Discussion Group invites the submission of proposals for presentation at its meeting at the 2011 ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA. The ACRL-ULS Current Topics Discussion Group is for librarians holding positions in academic libraries.  We meet at both ALA Midwinter and Annual.  Usually, we select a …

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