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Event GLBTRT Stonewall Book Awards Committee Meeting I (Closed Meeting)

by David Vess on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 12:09 pm

Note that Stonewall Book Awards Committee Meetings are closed.  Closed committee meetings are limited to committee membership.  To volunteer, see below.  Committee rosters are on the GLBTRT Contacts page.

Note that Stonewall Book Awards Committee Meetings are closed.  Closed committee meetings are limited to committee membership.  To volunteer, see below.  Committee rosters are on the GLBTRT Contacts page.

Location

Hilton San Diego Bayfront (HIL),
Room: Colbalt 505

Committee Information

The Stonewall Book Awards Committee honors the best books of the year with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered themes. There is an award category for literature, non- fiction and children's books. Winning titles and honor books are announced at ALA Midwinter Meetings and the awards are presented at the Stonewall Book Award brunch at ALA Annual Conferences.

Visit the Stonewall Book Awards page for more information.

Volunteer

See the GLBTRT Committees page for more information on our committees.  To volunteer for a committee, see the GLBTRT Committee Volunteer Form.

 


 

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Event GLBTRT Steering Committee Meeting I

by David Vess on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 11:56 am

Location

Hilton San Diego Bayfront (HIL),
Room: Colbalt 500

Meeting Documents

See the GLBTRT Events & Meetings page for current meeting agendas and historic meeting documents.

Committee Information

The Steering Committee consists of elected officers and appointed chairs of the standing committees. The Steering Committee may not make a decision inconsistent with a decision made by Round Table members at a membership meeting. The Steering Committee has general supervision of the affairs of the Round Table between its membership meetings; determines the times and places of the membership meetings; reviews and approves an annual budget; authorizes Round Table projects, activities, and publications that are not authorized at membership meetings; reviews new Round Table publications and determine price (if any) before it is published or distributed; makes recommendations to the Round Table membership; provides guidance to the Co-Chairs; and sets annual or longer-term goals for the Round Table.

Volunteer

See the GLBTRT Committees page for more information on our committees.  To volunteer for a committee, see the GLBTRT Committee Volunteer Form.

 

 


 

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Event GLBTRT All-Committees Meeting Time

by David Vess on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 11:53 am

This is open meeting time for GLBTRT Committees.  Not all GLBTRT Committees will meet at this time.

Location

Hilton San Diego Bayfront (HIL),
Room: Colbalt 503

This is open meeting time for GLBTRT Committees.  Not all GLBTRT Committees will meet at this time.

Location

Hilton San Diego Bayfront (HIL),
Room: Colbalt 503

Volunteer

See the GLBTRT Committees page for more information on our committees.  To volunteer for a committee, see the GLBTRT Committee Volunteer Form.

 


 

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Event GLBTRT Over the Rainbow Committee Meeting I

by David Vess on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 11:52 am

Location

San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina (MAR)
Room: Torrey 2

Committee Information

Over the Rainbow Project is an expansion of the highly successful Rainbow Project.  Over the Rainbow Books is a bibliography that reflects the LGBT experience and is meant for general adult readers.  The project was proposed in February 2010 and was formally charged as a GLBTRT ad hoc committee by the GLBTRT Steering Committee in April 2010.  With a majority vote, the Steering Committee accepted the following documentation as submitted by the proposal group.  The committee's progress will be evaluated by the Steering Committee at ALA 2011 Annual Conference.

Volunteer

See the GLBTRT Committees page for more information on our committees.  To volunteer for a committee, see the GLBTRT Committee Volunteer Form.

 


 

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Event GLBTRT Rainbow Project Committee Meeting I

by David Vess on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 11:46 am

Location

Hilton San Diego Bayfront (HIL),
Room: Colbalt 504

Committee Information

The Rainbow Project is a joint project of the GLBT Round Table and the Social Responsibilities Round Table.  It creates an annual book list of recommended GLBTQ fiction and nonfiction titles for young readers from birth through age 18. 

See the Rainbow Project page for more information.

Volunteer

See the GLBTRT Committees page for more information on our committees.  To volunteer for a committee, see the GLBTRT Committee Volunteer Form.

 

 


 

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Event Rainbow Project Task Force/Committee Meeting (SRRT All Task Forces Meeting)

by David Vess on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 11:25 am

Rainbow Project Task Force/Committee Meeting (SRRT All Task Forces Meeting)

This meeting is the Social Responsibilities Round Table All Task Forces Meeting, not a GLBTRT meeting.  The Rainbow Project will be represented at this meeting but note the meeting is not focused on the Rainbow Project.

The Rainbow Project is a joint project of the GLBT Round Table and the Social Responsibilities Round Table.  It creates an annual book list of recommended GLBTQ fiction and nonfiction titles for young readers from birth through age 18. 

Rainbow Project Task Force/Committee Meeting (SRRT All Task Forces Meeting)

This meeting is the Social Responsibilities Round Table All Task Forces Meeting, not a GLBTRT meeting.  The Rainbow Project will be represented at this meeting but note the meeting is not focused on the Rainbow Project.

The Rainbow Project is a joint project of the GLBT Round Table and the Social Responsibilities Round Table.  It creates an annual book list of recommended GLBTQ fiction and nonfiction titles for young readers from birth through age 18. 

See the Rainbow Project page for more information.

Location:

Hilton San Diego Bayfront (HIL),
Room: Sapphire H

 


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Discussion Women in Libraries is Back!

by Diedre Conkling on Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 08:01 pm

via Sherre Harrington:

The first issue of the new Women in Libraries is available - online only. Read articles on the ALA 2010 Conference, with a guide to D.C. side-trips, and feminist librarian blogs.

If you can't join us at an ALA conference, become active in FTF by writing or reviewing for Women in Libraries! http://ftfinfo.wikispaces.com/Women+in+Libraries

via Sherre Harrington:

The first issue of the new Women in Libraries is available - online only. Read articles on the ALA 2010 Conference, with a guide to D.C. side-trips, and feminist librarian blogs.

If you can't join us at an ALA conference, become active in FTF by writing or reviewing for Women in Libraries! http://ftfinfo.wikispaces.com/Women+in+Libraries

FTFInfo - Women in Librariesftfinfo.wikispaces.com

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Discussion Updated Version of the ALA Conference Schedule from the SRRT Feminist Task Force

by Diedre Conkling on Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 02:18 am

The Feminist Task Force selection of meetings and programs for feminists and their friends has been updated.  Just go to http://ftfinfo.wikispaces.com/Conference+Schedules and check it out.
 

The Feminist Task Force selection of meetings and programs for feminists and their friends has been updated.  Just go to http://ftfinfo.wikispaces.com/Conference+Schedules and check it out.
 
This schdule is an off-shoot of Women In Libraries. All Feminist Task Force (FTF) and FTF Amelia Bloomer Project meetings and socials are included as well as meetings and events for ACRL/Women’s Studies Section(WSS), LLAMA Women Administrators' Discussion Group, the Committee on the Status of Women in Libraries (COSWL), Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Round Table (GLBTRT), Social Responsibilities Round Table (SRRT), the Rainbow Project Task Force and others.

The schedule will be updated whenever new information becomes available during the ALA Conference.

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Discussion ALA 2010 Conference Recommendations from FTF

by Diedre Conkling on Sun, Jun 13, 2010 at 02:18 am

The Feminist Task Force (FTF) hopes that you will find some meetings and programs that will interest you in our recommendations for the ALA 2010 Conference.  Our suggestions may be found at http://ftfinfo.wikispaces.com/Conference+Schedules
 

The Feminist Task Force (FTF) hopes that you will find some meetings and programs that will interest you in our recommendations for the ALA 2010 Conference.  Our suggestions may be found at http://ftfinfo.wikispaces.com/Conference+Schedules
 
If you have questions or are interested in more about FTF please check out more on our wiki, facebook (http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=121097054767&ref=ts) and ALA Connect (http://connect.ala.org/node/65369).
 
We hope to see you in Washington, D.C.

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Event GLBTRT Program - Queer Teens: LGBTQ Young Adult Novels

by David Vess on Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 10:41 pm

 

 

LocationRoom 152A of the Washington Convention CenterThe GLBTRT Program Planning Committee is pleased to offer a program, co-sponsored by YALSA, entitled,  "Queer Teens: LGBTQ Young Adult Novels" featuring authors who will discuss their work on Monday, June 28, 2010, 1:30-3:30 pm, at  Washington Convention Center in Room 152A.  The panel includes Lisa Jahn-Clough, author of Country girl, city girl; Julie Ann Peters, author of By the time you read this, I'll be dead; and Steve Berman, author of Vintage : a ghost story.  Pamela Ehrenberg, author of Tillmon County Fire, will moderate.

Location

Room 152A of the Washington Convention Center
801 Mount Vernon Place Northwest
Washington, DC 20001-3614

 

The GLBTRT Program Planning Committee is pleased to offer a program, co-sponsored by YALSA, entitled,  "Queer Teens: LGBTQ Young Adult Novels" featuring authors who will discuss their work on Monday, June 28, 2010, 4:00-5:30 pm, at  Washington Convention Center in Room 152A.  The panel includes Lisa Jahn-Clough, author of Country girl, city girl; Julie Ann Peters, author of By the time you read this, I'll be dead; and Steve Berman, author of Vintage : a ghost story.  Pamela Ehrenberg, author of Tillmon County Fire, will moderate.

 

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The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table of the American Library Association is committed to serving the information needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender professional library community, and the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender information and access needs of individuals at large.  We are committed to encouraging and supporting the free and necessary access to all information, as reflected by the missions of the American Library Association.

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table provides its members, other American Library Association divisions, members, and affiliates, and the library and information science field as a whole with a forum for discussion and an environment for education and learning regarding the needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender professional community and population at large.

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