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Daniel Tracy's picture

LIS Collections Discussion Group Virtual Meeting

Friday, December 6, 2013
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm, US/Central

This virtual meeting will replace the in-person meeting at ALA Midwinter, and will feature a presentation on the new ALA approvals plan. The meeting is open and members are welcome to forward the information to other people likely to be interested.

Location: Blackboard Collaborate (Space available courtesy of the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Participant link for access:


Note on Blackboard: a headset or other listening device besides your computer speakers is recommended to avoid an unpleasant echo effect during conversation. It is also recommended to run the audio setup wizard upon entry (Tools -> Audio -> Audio Setup Wizard).

Time: December 6, 2013, 12-1:30PM CST


Tentative Agenda:

1) Welcome and Introductions--Dan Tracy, Cindy Krolikowski

2) Presentation on the new ALA approvals plans--Rob Christopher, Marketing Coordinator, ALA Publishing

3) New Business

Roxanne Spencer (non-member)'s picture


I am handling collection development now for WKU Libraries' Library Media Education account. Bryan Carson is handling Academic Librarianship collection development.  I hope to attend this virtual meeting on Dec. 6--it's on my calendar!

Thanks, Roxanne Spencer, Educational Resources Center Coordinator

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