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Oct 26 2012

Join the Technology in University Libraries Committe for an Internet Librarian Round-Up

WHAT Internet Librarian Lightning Round-Up! A free webinar presented by the ACRL-ULS Technology & Libraries Committee. This post-conference online session will provide you with an overview of some of the best presentations from Internet Librarian in Monterey, CA. Speakers from a variety of university libraries will present overviews of what they learned at the conference …

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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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Jan 13 2010

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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Dec 08 2009

Don’t miss the ULS social in Boston

Greetings ULS, I think it’s time we got a little animated, inspired — rowdy, even! That being the case, I’d like to invite you all to join me, fellow ULS members, and friends of ULS for an informal social in Boston. Let’s prove that university librarians can have fun, too! We’ll be at Cheers Boston, …

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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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