The shape of things to come: An overview of the ASCLA restructuring process
By Diana Reese, ASCLA president and coordinator, institutional library development, Colorado State Library The world is still round, but the shape of the association world is changing. After extensive feedback from the ASCLA membership in various venues over the last 18 months, our association may be taking on a new shape, too.
Save the Date! 2011 Midwinter Meeting and Annual Conference
Mark your calendar for the 2011 Midwinter Meeting and Annual Conference! We’ll be announcing the program slate for ASCLA—including preconferences and institutes—in the early fall on the ASCLA blog, but for now here are some dates to mark on your calendar.
A Fresh Start to Fall: Update Your Membership Information
If there’s one thing we here at ASCLA love, it’s staying in touch with you. As a member of ASCLA, we keep you informed of what’s going on with our division, and also pass along information about activities within ALA that are relevant to your work life. That’s why it’s critical that we have the...
Did You Know? ASCLA Blog is “the source” for weekly information about events and opportunities
Located at http://ascla.ala.org/blog/, the ASCLA Blog is the first place to go on the web for information about what’s happening with ASCLA. The blog is where we post news about our conference events, online learning opportunities, calls for contribution and submission, award winners and other news tidbits we pick up from around the library community,...
How a Library Can Develop the Ability in Disability
By Susan Jaworski, Interlibrary Loan Clerk, Buffalo State College, E.H. Butler Library A version of this article appears in ERIC – World’s Largest Digital Library of Education Literature. ED51134, Summer 2010. Web. 14 Sept. 2010. http://www.eric.ed.gov. Through collaboration with two distinct programs, the College-Based Transition Program and the Work Transition Program, staff members at E....