CABL members were out in full force at the recent 2013 AzLA Annual Conference “Libraries in the eSociety” held in Fountain Hills from November 13th-15th.
In the exhibit hall, CABL members worked the MLGSCA booth promoting both organizations to attendees.
Many of our own CABL members also presented posters at the conference. At the second poster session five of the six posters were authored or co-authored by CABL members! Check out the image collection below for visual proof:
The MPLA Leadership Institute dates have been moved forward a week to April 27 – May 2. The application deadline remains November 1st for those interested in this Professional Development opportunity.
More information can still be found at: http://www.mpla.us/leadership/
As some of you may know, the deadline for the MPLA Leadership Institute is fast approaching on November 1st.
The MPLA Leadership Institute is an amazing professional development opportunity for library employees in the 12-state MPLA region (includes Arizona) where you can network and improve your leadership skills, among other things.
The 9th MPLA Leadership Institute will be facilitated by nationally known organizational development consultant Maureen Sullivan. Ms. Sullivan has over 25 years of experience in leadership development and is the Past President of the American Library Association. She helped establish the ACRL/Harvard Leadership Institute and is a faculty member for its annual program.
Get all the details on eligibility and application materials here:http://www.mpla.us/leadership/index.html
You do not need to be a MPLA member to apply.
MLA is doing things a bit differently this Fall and instead of having one MLA webcast will be having 5 Fall Webinars. The first one is scheduled next month.
Topic: Making Your Library Promotion Pop: Practical Design Principles and Tools for the Non-Designer
Presenter: April Aultman Becker, Education Coordinator, Research Medical Library, MD Anderson
Registration information: http://www.mlanet.org/education/distance_ed/design/
Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Time: 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. PDT
CABL will be hosting this webinar at the following location:
N. 18th Street Ste. 110
Phoenix, AZ 85006
P 602.254.3099 ext.3832
More details to follow as we get this program confirmed.
The Friends of the Phoenix Public Library has an outstanding service program for those CABL members who might wish to participate.
Friends of the PPL are collecting withdrawn and unwanted books, journals, and multi-media items. These items are then sold at the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library’s annual sales. Unsold books are distributed to other organizations that can make use of the materials. Friends of the PPL will pick up boxed items and no list of donated items is necessary.
This is a wonderful opportunity to support the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library and to get rid of your unwanted books, journals, and CDs and save them from the trash heap.
For more information contact: Ed Van Winkle, Director of Gifts-in-Kind, Friends of the Phoenix Public Library, 1221 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ. 85004 firstname.lastname@example.org 602-327-6878 p 602-5340831 f www.plfriends.org
Registration has opened for Connie Schardt’s well known course “EBM (EBP) and the Medical Librarian”. I recently completed the course this past spring and highly recommend to all.
Be warned I have heard spots for this course do fill up quickly!
More details about the course are at: https://sites.google.com/site/ebmcecourses/ebm-and-the-medical-librarian
To register contact: Tiffany Harris at email@example.com.
Oh and here’s a fun song parody about EBM in the meantime:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ij8bPX8IINg
Jacque Doyle’s Retirement Celebration Dinner was last month and CABLGram made sure to have photographers at this exclusive event dedicated to the superstar librarian.
*Update* – further photos from the celebration dinner as well as photos displayed at Jacque’s retirement party at the U of A available Here and Here