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Online Doc 2014 LLAMA CAREER INSTITUTE TO FEATURE 7 WRITERS AND EDITORS

by Pat Hawthorne on Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 03:11 pm

2014 LLAMA CAREER INSTITUTE TO FEATURE 7 WRITERS AND EDITORS

Join the Library Leadership & Management Association (LLAMA) in Philadelphia to learn from seven colleagues who are writing and editing professionally. The second LLAMA Career Institute –Writing & Editing: Developing Career Skills and Building Your Professional Reputation – will be offered on Friday, January 24, 2014 from 1 to 5:30 p.m. in conjunction with ALA Midwinter Meeting.

2014 LLAMA CAREER INSTITUTE TO FEATURE 7 WRITERS AND EDITORS

Join the Library Leadership & Management Association (LLAMA) in Philadelphia to learn from seven colleagues who are writing and editing professionally. The second LLAMA Career Institute –Writing & Editing: Developing Career Skills and Building Your Professional Reputation – will be offered on Friday, January 24, 2014 from 1 to 5:30 p.m. in conjunction with ALA Midwinter Meeting.

The institute will showcase three writers – Jennifer Bartlett, Library Leadership & Management columnist; Toby Greenwalt, Public Libraries columnist and blogger; and Marta Deyrup, author and editor of six books.  A panel of editors will also be featured and including Bradford Lee Eden, Library Leadership & Management editor; Beth M. Whittaker, RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage editor; Sarah Watstein and Eleanor Mitchell, Reference Services Review co-editors.

Writing or editing a professional publication is a great way to build skills and advance your career, explore a topic of interest, share your professional experiences, and showcase your knowledge for a global audience. In this half-day institute, participants will learn how the panelists began writing and editing articles and columns, what motivates and inspires these individuals, and what changes are happening in professional publications.  Panelists will share their insight based on experiences and provide advice to participants on how to approach writing projects and work with publication editors.

Open to all, the LLAMA Career Institute offers a $95 discounted rate for LIS Student Members and all current and past ALA Emerging Leaders, ALA Spectrum Scholars and ALA Leadership Institute participants; $125 for Divisional Members; $175 for ALA members and Retired Members; and $275 for Non-Members. Register online at http://alamidwinter.org/register-now. Look for “Ticketed Events” and then search for LLAMA Institute.

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Discussion Gale Cengage Learning Financial Development Award

by Barbara Burd on Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 10:49 am

Good morning,

If you library has had success with fundraising this year, you may want to consider this award:

 

Gale Cengage Learning Financial Development Award

Press Release November 5, 2013

 

Do you know of a library that has had a successful library financial development program?  Recognize this successful project with a nomination for the Gale Cengage Learning Financial Development Award funded by Gale Cengage, Inc. 

 

Good morning,

If you library has had success with fundraising this year, you may want to consider this award:

 

Gale Cengage Learning Financial Development Award

Press Release November 5, 2013

 

Do you know of a library that has had a successful library financial development program?  Recognize this successful project with a nomination for the Gale Cengage Learning Financial Development Award funded by Gale Cengage, Inc. 

 

Since 1985, The Gale Cengage Learning Award recognizes a library organization that has exhibited meritorious achievement in carrying out a library financial development project to secure alternative sources of funding.  The award recognizes an innovative, creative, well-organized project which successfully developed income from alternative sources. The alternative sources may include, but are not limited to: individual gifts, foundations, endowments, "challenge" grants, and related efforts. A variety of academic, public and school libraries have been the recipient of this award which honors a financial development project garnering new funding for library services.

 

Former award recipients include the University of Massachusetts at Amherst Library (2013), Cedar Rapids Public Library Foundation (2012), Princeton Public Library (2010), the New York University Bobst Library (1990) and the Friends of the Town of Pelham Library.  The award includes $2,500 and a 24k gold-framed citation. 

 

ALA is currently accepting nominations for theGale Cengage Learning Financial Development Award http://www.ala.org/awardsgrants/awards/210/apply,

 

For the first time in 2013 ALA is accepting online nominations at http://www.ala.org/tools/gale-cengage-learning-financial-development-award-application.  Nominations are to be submitted to ALA by December 1, 2013.  Selection of the awardee will be made by the end of February, 2014 and announced in early March 2014.  For additional information, contact Liz Bishoff, Award Jury Chair liz.bishoff@gmail.com or Cheryl Malden, ALA Governance Office, cmalden@ala.org

 

 

Barbara Burd, PhD

Dean of Library Services

Kimbel Library and Bryan Information Commons

Coastal Carolina University

P.O. Box 261954

Conway, SC 29528-6054

843-349-2401

www.coastal.edu

 

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Event Fundraising and Financial Development Discussion Group

by Susan Thomas on Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 09:04 am

 

Fundraising and Financial Development Discussion Group (LLAMA-FRFDS)

Sat, June 29 04:30 pm 05:30 pm SHER-Sheraton Ballroom 1

 

Fundraising and Financial Development Discussion Group (LLAMA-FRFDS)

Sat, June 29 04:30 pm 05:30 pm SHER-Sheraton Ballroom 1

Do you have ideas about Fundraising? Questions? Just want to know more? Attend the FRFDS Discussion group for a lively discussion on fundraising. Sample ask letters and experts will be on hand to facilitate the discussion.

 

 

 

 

 

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Event Fundraising and Financial Development Fund Faire 6/30/2013 3-4:00

by Susan Thomas on Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 08:53 am

 

LLAMA/FRFDS  Fund Faire: Fundraising Incubator

 

LLAMA/FRFDS  Fund Faire: Fundraising Incubator

 

Sun, June 30 03:00 pm 04:00 pm MCP-Hall A1, Special Events Area

 

Do you have ideas about fundraising?  Would you like more information about fundraising? Come learn more at the Fund Faire: Fundraising Incubator.  After a lightning introduction round a variety of experienced peers will be available to talk about successful projects and programs and provide advice on how to go forth fearlessly.  Get hands-on expert advice on the care and feeding of your new fundraising ideas without ignoring the importance of fundraising and fund development fundamentals.

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Event Presidents' Program: Standing on Marbles: Ensuring Steady Leadership in Unsteady Times (ACRL / LLAMA)

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 01:25 pm

Based on three decades of leadership consultation to business organizations, clinical psychologist, global pioneer of executive coaching, author and poet, Dr. Karol M. Wasylshyn, will discuss her leadership research and experiences working with senior leaders. With an eye toward the potential applicability of her findings to the challenges facing leaders in libraries of all kinds, she will describe three common patterns of leadership behavior and illustrate them through free verse or what she terms leadership vignettes.

Based on three decades of leadership consultation to business organizations, clinical psychologist, global pioneer of executive coaching, author and poet, Dr. Karol M. Wasylshyn, will discuss her leadership research and experiences working with senior leaders. With an eye toward the potential applicability of her findings to the challenges facing leaders in libraries of all kinds, she will describe three common patterns of leadership behavior and illustrate them through free verse or what she terms leadership vignettes. Attendees will be invited to consider their own ways of leading through this provocative use of metaphorical thought.

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Discussion Homeless in the library

by Jeffrey Scherer on Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 10:06 am

 

 

The ALA LLAMA BES Architecture for Public Libraries and Safety and Security Committees have been asked to develop a pre-conference for ALA Annual meeting in 2014. The topic will be:  Homeless: The Library Response (working title.) It will focus on the homeless and the role of the public and academic library in meeting the needs of the homeless. A big topic but one that resonates with everyone we have spoken to.We are seeking:1. Best practices2. Examples of policies and how they were developed.3. Partnership examples with other agencies, etc.4. We want to develop a bibliography5. Differences between academic and public library6. Security7. Design responses to addressing the homeless.8. The main themes of the pre-conference will be Social, Security, Spatial and Administrative9. Persons interested in speaking or participating in the development of this important topic.We are trying to pull all this together for a first draft program by June ALA. The program has received approval from Program Committee. If you have ideas or suggestions, you can email me directly at jeffrey@msrltd.com. Or, people can also post ideas, comments, links, PDFs etc on this discussion thread. If you have any specific people, send me their contact information.Thanks! Jeffrey A Scherer, FAIACEO Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd. Architects and Interior DesignersChair: ALA LLAMA BES Architecture for Public Libraries Committee Member: IFLA Building and Equipment Committee 

 

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Discussion LLAMA MAES Discussion Group at ALA Midwinter 2013

by Janice Lewis on Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 03:32 pm

The LLAMA Measurement, Assessment, and Evaluation Section (MAES) Discussion Group will meet Sunday, January 27, 2013 from 4:30-5:30 pm at the Washington State Convention Center,
Room TCC 302
. Join us in conversation as we explore the topic What’s the Return on ROI?”  Dr.

The LLAMA Measurement, Assessment, and Evaluation Section (MAES) Discussion Group will meet Sunday, January 27, 2013 from 4:30-5:30 pm at the Washington State Convention Center,
Room TCC 302
. Join us in conversation as we explore the topic What’s the Return on ROI?”  Dr.
Danuta Nitecki
, Dean of Libraries at Drexel University, will share impressions from the perspective of a library dean considering the use of ROI in an academic library setting, including data gathering and analysis challenges.  There will also be discussion of the use of ROI analysis by public libraries.  Following these opening remarks, discussion group attendees will participate in directed small table discussions focused on their experiences with ROI analysis, its benefits and costs, services most suited to ROI analysis, and its fit in overall library assessment programs.  The hour will conclude with a “report out” from each table.

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Discussion LLAMA LOMS Organizational Theory and Practice virtual meeting

by Barbara Mann on Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 10:09 am

Please see the following for information regarding the virtual midwinter meeting.

Barb Mann, chair

(barbara.mann@umuc.edu)

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Topic: LLAMA LOMS OT&P

Date: Friday, January 18, 2013

Time: 2:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)

Meeting Number: 642 064 612

Meeting Password: (This meeting does not require a password.)

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Please see the following for information regarding the virtual midwinter meeting.

Barb Mann, chair

(barbara.mann@umuc.edu)

Meeting
information

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Topic: LLAMA LOMS OT&P

Date: Friday, January 18, 2013

Time: 2:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)

Meeting Number: 642 064 612

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Event Planning Your Next Career Move: Developing the Skills to Make it Happen

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 12:16 pm

Elizabeth Atcheson, founder and principal of Blue Bridge Career Coaching,will spotlight career development and management skills taught by executive coaches. At the end of this program, participants will understand how to build a professional network; manage their online presence; refine their narrative; conduct informational interviews; work with mentors; and choose professional commitments.

Elizabeth Atcheson, founder and principal of Blue Bridge Career Coaching,will spotlight career development and management skills taught by executive coaches. At the end of this program, participants will understand how to build a professional network; manage their online presence; refine their narrative; conduct informational interviews; work with mentors; and choose professional commitments. Participants will also learn which interpersonal, management, and leadership skills are critical to promotions, including communication; collaboration; recruiting and retaining talent; and managing change.

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