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SIRLS Events at AZLA, Nov 29-30, 2011

Posted by Editor on October 17, 2011

SIRLS at AzLA [1]

Westin La Paloma, Tucson

Date

Time

Room

Who [2]

What

Tues 29 Nov

10-10:30

Foyer

Jim Martin &

Mary Feeney

Poster:  A 5-year Plan for Managing Physical Collections at the UA Libraries

10:30-11:30

Murphey I

Cecilia Tovar

The ESL Book Club:  Academic Fun at the Public Library

1:10-2:10

Murphey II, III

Elizabeth Soltero

Growing Families with Books:  Empowering Everyone through Family Literacy

Murphey I

Tom Wilding

Managing Your Career:  Who’s in Charge?

Lantana

Jim Martin

On-Demand Information Delivery:  An Efficient Strategy to Satisfy Users Needs with Limited Resources

2:30-3:30

Murphey II, III

Cecilia Tovar

Books?  Where We’re Going, We Don’t Need Books!

Aster

Jamie Lee

From Moments and Memories to Movements:  The Transformative Power of Oral History

Lantana

Dana Braccia

Read Local: ArizonaAuthor Collection

3:50-4:50

Aster

Ruth Kneale

Especially Embedded:  Integrated Librarianship in Special Libraries (at SLD Business Meeting)

5:30-7:30

Lobby Bar

RECEPTION for SIRLS Faculty, Staff, Students, & Alumni/ae

Wed 30 Nov

9-10

Indigo

Mary Feeney,

Chris Kollen, others

Historical Mexican & Mexican-American Press:  Imagining the Future by Preserving the Past Online

Finger Rock II, III

Kristl Chavez, Melodie Moore, others

The Changing Role of the Library Webmaster

1-2

Murphey II, III

Peter Botticelli,

Ann Clark,

Richard Prouty

Building Digital Cultural Heritage Collections in Arizona

Aster

Rebecca Blakiston

Website Woes:  How & Why User Input Should Guide Your Website Decisions

Finger Rock II, III

Melanie Toledo

One Camera, One Community

2:20-3:20

Finger Rock II, III

Elizabeth Soltero

Nuestras Raíces:  Enriching Lives & Building Communities


            [1]   Self-identified to SIRLS as of 17 Oct 2011.
[2]   Black print identifies alumnus/a; red print, faculty or staff; blue print, current student in master’s or doctoral program.

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