ACRL ANSS (Anthropology and Sociology Section) Section
1) Welcome and introductions
2) Approve minutes
3) Set date for virtual meeting to follow Annual (some committee members cannot attend Annual)
4) Articles planned for fall CURRENTS (are these still valid?)
a. Spencer Acadia—SPSS
b. Possible article on GIS by Louisa McMurray of Publications
c. Follow-up on Roper iPoll, suggested by Nancy Skipper
d. Data tools appropriate for undergrads, suggested by Celia Emmelhainz (and Erin Pappas) (Helen Clements could do Policy Map).
5) Other business
Come join your fellow ANSSers at the Capitol City Brewing Company (1100 New York Avenue NW, convenient to the Convention Center) on Friday, June 25th from 7:30 to 10:30 pm.
If you have never come to one of our socials before, please consider coming if you will be in Washington DC. We have a group of ANSS Ambassadors from the membership committee who are willing to meet with folks who would like company travelling to and from the social. If you would like more info, please feel free to email the Membership Committee co-chairs: http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/about/sections/anss/members_membership.cfm
Map showing the Capital City Brewing Company: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=1100+New+York+Avenue+NW%2C+Washington%2C+DC
Here is the menu for your perusal:
We hope to see you there!
Jenny Bowers, Co-Chair, Membership committee
Please join us in Washington for the ANSS annual program...
Standing up and Sitting in: Libraries and Social Change
Sunday, June 27, 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Washington Conference Center, Room 151B
Sponsored by the Anthropology and Sociology Section (ACRL)
For more details: http://anssdc.wordpress.com/
Libraries have long promoted social causes and supported social movements, like the fight for civil rights and the women's movement. And librarians are working to both preserve this grassroots history and to educate their communities about today's social issues. For this program, activists, historians, librarians and other creative thinkers will discuss their research and involvement in promoting civic engagement and human rights, inviting conversation about how librarians can become engaged in social movements.
Kathleen de la Peña McCook, Distinguished University Professor, School of Library and Information Science, University of South Florida;
Cheryl Knott Malone, Associate Professor, School of Information Resources and Library Science, University of Arizona;
John Feffer, Writing Fellow, Provisions Library;
Moderator, Annie C. Paprocki, Anthropology and Sociology Librarian, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
And breakfast will be provided!
Member, ANSS 2010 Conference Program Planning Committee