The Working Group for Information Literacy (WGIL) has a new blog located at www.sunyla.org/informationliteracy. They are looking for volunteers to contribute – see their submission guidelines for more information: https://sunyla.org/informationliteracy/?page_id=10.
Teaching & Technology Unconference is happening October 17th at Brockport. Registration is $25 per person and includes a breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack, plus coffee. Our keynote speaker is Jenica Rogers, who will talk about Applied and Engaged Learning. Register: https://rrlc.org/event-details/3ts-2016-teaching-technology-applied-engaged-learning/ Propose a session: http://www.tricider.com/brainstorming/3S1iqYhf1XR
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For those attending ALA, there will be a meetup for SUNYLA in the Networking Uncommons at the Convention Center on Friday, June 24 from 3 to 3:30.
Make sure your membership is current (2014)! This year you must have your membership renewed prior to registration in order to get the member discount at this yearâ€™s conference.Â Anyone with a membership that is NOT valid for 2014 should renew right away. If you are uncertain about your membership please contact your delegate or …
The Joint Committee on Innovative Library Services through Technology, a joint SCLD/SUNYLA effort, is still taking proposals for elective courses for the Certificate Program they are developing. At this point the committee needs proposals for elective courses.Â For more information, or to submit a proposal, please see http://www.sunyla.org/ilst. The final deadline for proposals is November …