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Event Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 07:37 pm

Provide academic librarians with a forum to discuss issues related to all types of library service to international patrons, including instruction, outreach, reference, collections, and programming; develop guidelines and resources that will assist academic librarians with providing quality services to their international constituencies.

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Event IGALSIS Pub Meet! Friday at 6

by Maxine Schmidt on Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 02:32 pm

An evening of conversation and food before the whirlwind that is Midwinter. We have a reservation at Victoria Free House http://www.victoriafreehouse.com/, 10 South Front Street (a straight shot down Market St. from the Convention Center) for Friday at 6pm. Directions: http://goo.gl/maps/5hdmx

If you have questions, contact Maxine Schmidt, mschmidt@library.umass.edu.

Hope to see you there!

Event BITES with LIRT (Midwinter) - Philadelphia, PA, January 26, 2014

by Ning Zou on Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 08:57 am

Happy New Year!

LIRT (Library Instruction Round Table) is organizing "Bites with LIRT" groups for lunch at moderately priced restaurants during the ALA Midwinter Conference in Philadelphia, PA. This is your opportunity to meet other librarians interested in library instruction while enjoying lunch in a local restaurant.

Happy New Year!

LIRT (Library Instruction Round Table) is organizing "Bites with LIRT" groups for lunch at moderately priced restaurants during the ALA Midwinter Conference in Philadelphia, PA. This is your opportunity to meet other librarians interested in library instruction while enjoying lunch in a local restaurant.

LIRT welcomes anyone who has an interest in instruction from all types of libraries. You need not be a member of LIRT to participate. We hope you will join us in this opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences about library instruction in a relaxed setting. Enjoy a stimulating and fun lunch with LIRT -- good food, good company, and interesting conversation. We will make the arrangements; all you have to do is reserve your spot at : http://fleetwood.baylor.edu/lirt/bitesmw.php and show up! Deadline is January 20.

We look forward to seeing you at the Bites with LIRT!

Ken Orenic and Ning Zou, Co-Chairs, membership committee, LIRT

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Event BITES with LIRT (Midwinter) - Philadelphia, PA, January 25 2014

by Ning Zou on Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 08:56 am

Happy New Year!

LIRT (Library Instruction Round Table) is organizing "Bites with LIRT" groups for lunch at moderately priced restaurants during the ALA Midwinter Conference in Philadelphia, PA. This is your opportunity to meet other librarians interested in library instruction while enjoying lunch in a local restaurant.

Happy New Year!

LIRT (Library Instruction Round Table) is organizing "Bites with LIRT" groups for lunch at moderately priced restaurants during the ALA Midwinter Conference in Philadelphia, PA. This is your opportunity to meet other librarians interested in library instruction while enjoying lunch in a local restaurant.

LIRT welcomes anyone who has an interest in instruction from all types of libraries. You need not be a member of LIRT to participate. We hope you will join us in this opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences about library instruction in a relaxed setting. Enjoy a stimulating and fun lunch with LIRT -- good food, good company, and interesting conversation. We will make the arrangements; all you have to do is reserve your spot at : http://fleetwood.baylor.edu/lirt/bitesmw.php and show up! Deadline is January 20.

We look forward to seeing you at the Bites with LIRT!

Ken Orenic and Ning Zou, Co-Chairs, membership committee, LIRT

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Discussion Subscribe to the list-serv!

by Maxine Schmidt on Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 12:32 pm

We've revived the list-serv for the Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group (IGALSIS). We hope this will inspire even more discussion and help us facilitate an exchange of ideas.If you haven't used Sympa software before, you'll need to create a log-in and password at http://lists.ala.org.

We've revived the list-serv for the Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group (IGALSIS). We hope this will inspire even more discussion and help us facilitate an exchange of ideas.If you haven't used Sympa software before, you'll need to create a log-in and password at http://lists.ala.org.
Once there, choose the "send me a password" link (if you do not already have one) and provide the form with the email address from which you are subscribed to and/or registered as an owner of any lists.  You will receive an email with your password.  You must then use your email address as your login ID, and log in to the Sympa web interface.
Once logged in, you should see a number of discussion lists.  If not, click on 'Open Discussion Lists' and you should see acrl-igalsis@ala.org. You can also search for this discussion group in the search box.
Click on this discussion group and click on subscribe.

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Event Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group (ACRL)

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

International students attending colleges and universities in the United States come from all over the world. They not only bring with them special skills and unique backgrounds, but also library experiences in their home countries. Developing an understanding of the international students' cultural backgrounds and their prior library experiences can strengthen library services and strategies for outreach to international patrons.

International students attending colleges and universities in the United States come from all over the world. They not only bring with them special skills and unique backgrounds, but also library experiences in their home countries. Developing an understanding of the international students' cultural backgrounds and their prior library experiences can strengthen library services and strategies for outreach to international patrons. Come join ACRL's Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group for a discussion with a panel of international librarians on library services and practices in various countries, and an exchange of ideas for services to the international students.

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Online Doc Notes for ALSIS-IG at ALA 2013 Midwinter Meeting

by Hui-Fen Chang on Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 08:25 pm

Here are the notes from the ALA 2013 Midwinter meeting.  Thanks to our panelists and to everyone who attended the meeting for a lively discussion on the diversity standards and library services to international students.  Hope to see you all at the ALA Annual in Chicago.

Discussion ACRL Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group at 2013 ALA Midwinter

by Hui-Fen Chang on Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 11:20 am

Please join the ACRL Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group Midwinter meeting in Seattle on Sunday January 27, 2013 1PM-2:30PM at Westin Seattle Hotel –Fifth Ave Room. Meeting will provide academic librarians with a forum to discuss issues related to library services to international patrons. Meeting will include a panel discussion on the ACRL Diversity Standards: Cultural Competency for Academic Libraries.

Please join the ACRL Academic Library Services to International Students Interest Group Midwinter meeting in Seattle on Sunday January 27, 2013 1PM-2:30PM at Westin Seattle Hotel –Fifth Ave Room. Meeting will provide academic librarians with a forum to discuss issues related to library services to international patrons. Meeting will include a panel discussion on the ACRL Diversity Standards: Cultural Competency for Academic Libraries. Discussion of cultural competency and how the ACRL Diversity Standards can be used as a tool to foster cultural competency. The panel will also discuss the impact of cultural competent libraries/librarians on student success for international students.

Panelists:

Darlene Nichols, Librarian for Diversity Initiatives & Programs, University of Michigan Library

Martha Parker, Librarian In-Residence, University of Arkansas

Latanya Jenkins, Reference Librarian for Government Information & African American History, Temple University

Toni Anaya, Associate Professor, Multicultural Studies Librarian, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Rayette Sterling, Outreach and Inclusion Librarian, Eastern Washington University

 

Hope to see you there!

 

Hui-Fen Chang
Humanities and Social Sciences
Oklahoma State University Library-Stillwater
huifen.chang@okstate.edu

 

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