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  • I’m humbled to have been elected to serve as president of ALCTS, and I'm looking forward to my first task as president-elect: getting to meet many ALCTS members during the committee appointment process. I hope you will all share your thoughts and ideas with me about the future of our association in the years ahead.
  • This month we are visiting with the Cataloging and Metadata Management Section (CaMMS) Catalog Form and Function Interest Group. Chair Mike Monaco responded to our questions. Read on to learn more about their activities and how you can become involved!
  • The ALCTS e-Forum “The Write Stuff: Strategies and Tools for Staying on Track from Start to Finish” was held on September 18–19, 2018. The discussion was moderated by Rebecca Nous (discovery services librarian at University at Albany), Wendy West (head of discovery services at University at Albany), and Stacey Marien (acquisitions librarian at American University). The e-forum’s 40 participants posted more than 90 messages during the two-day event. Participants came to the e-Forum with varying experience in writing, having been involved in a wide variety of writing projects, including zines, articles and books, journal editorial work, coursework, and grants.
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