ATG Conferences, Meetings & Webinars 1/14/19

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SessionCourse Title
January 14 to February 22Fundamentals of Cataloging
January 14 to February 22Fundamentals of Metadata
February 11 to March 22Fundamentals of Acquisitions
February 11 to March 8Fundamentals of Electronic Resources Acquisitions
February 25 to March 22Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management

DateTopicHost(s)
February 12Weeding in Academic and Public LibrariesAlex McAllister, Allan Scherlen, Holly Hibner, Mary Kelly
March 19Knowledge Base Management: An Online DiscussionTina Herman Buck and Christina Torbert

Monday, May 6, 2019
Holiday Inn by the Bay
Portland, Maine

“Working in a library means collaboration with other stakeholders. While collaboration can be challenging, does focusing on shared success improve outcomes? The theme of our 2019 Annual Conference, Opening Doors for Each Other, emphasizes support that goes in more than one direction—whether it is across organizational lines or via relationships external to the library. It broadens the concept of openness to encompass not only open access but also collaboration, transparency, opportunity, creativity, inclusion, and mutual support across the library and beyond.

ACRL New England’s Annual Conference Planning Committee seeks proposals for sessions in a variety of formats in which you can share the stories of your collaborative successes. When partnering with someone on a program or project, how did you “open doors” for each other? All kinds of collaborations are welcome:..”

10 Webinars of 2018 You Won’t Want to Miss

OCLC Research features dozens of webinars each year hosted by the Research Library Partnership (RLP) and WebJunction that span nearly every area of librarianship. Here we present ten of the most popular webinars of 2018—make some time to watch these and explore all the webinars the RLP and WebJunction have to offer!

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