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20 Apps in 60 Minutes

The following program will be offered free of charge and is brought to you by the ULS Professional Development Committee. 20 Apps in 60 Minutes Date: Wednesday, January 31, 2018 Time: 12:00 pm (CENTRAL) Cost: Free Location: Online Registration: Follow this link and click on “Register” – https://acrl.webex.com/acrl/onstage/g.php?MTID=e787feb46f5a05faa2a4bb3aac75b9602 Description:  This webinar will...

Impact on Student Outcomes & Collecting Better Data (ALA Annual 2017)

Join the ACRL ULS Evidence-Based Practices Discussion Group for an exciting session at the 2017 Annual Conference in Chicago! We’ll have two presentations with discussion and questions to follow. Demonstrating the Impact of Academic Libraries on Student Outcomes Presented by Angie Thorpe, Digital User Experience Librarian, Indiana University Kokomo. Angie...

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...

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Evidence Based Practices Discussion Group for ALA Midwinter 2017

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...

ULS Mid-Level Managers Discussion Group: Call for Proposals (2015 ALA annual)

If you have experience in academic library middle management and would like to lead a discussion at ALA Annual, consider submitting a proposal to the ACRL-ULS Mid-Level Managers Discussion Group. The charge of the ACRL-ULS Mid-Level Managers Discussion Group is “to provide a forum for discussion and presentations on current...

ULS Campus Administration and Leadership Discussion Group: Call for Proposals (2015 ALA annual)

  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...

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...

Guns on Campus: Implications for Libraries

Guns on Campus: Implications for Libraries

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...

Save the Date: ULS ALA 2014 Annual Current Topics Discussion

Save the Date: ULS ALA 2014 Annual Current Topics Discussion

The ACRL University Libraries Section Current Topics Discussion Group invites you to join us at ALA for a program on “Values Driven Services: What Are Your Library’s Core Values?” Saturday, June 28 1-2:30pm in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Room N115. The library world is based upon the important value...

The ACRL-ULS Current Topics Discussion Group Wants You! (2014 ALA annual)

The ACRL-ULS Current Topics Discussion Group Wants You! (2014 ALA annual)

Are you passionate about academic libraries? If so, the ULS Current Topics Discussion group wants you! Check out their call for discussion group leaders/presenters for the 2014 ALA Annual Conference meeting.