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Cataloging Practice at the Barnard Library Zine Collection, UC-IMC Zine Library and at the State Library of Victoria
Jesscia Lucas, moderator
Cataloging Practice at the Barnard Library Zine Collection, American Library Association Annual Conference: Monday, June 27, 2011 - 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Convention Center, Rm 297
See attached files of Chris's and John's slides.
ALA Annual 2011 Itinerary
My plans for the ALA Annual Conference 2011 in New Orleans, to be updated as needed. Note that I haven't looked through the conference planner at all yet, just ...
For those of you who love librarian zines as much as I do, and either weren't at the ALA annual conference or were but didn't see Steve Lawson there, now is your big chance to order a copy of Codslap: the Library Society of the World Zine.
my READ poster
ALA has a build your own READ poster gizmo, which I saw on The Shifted Librarian.
They give you four choices of backgrounds, and bizarrely, the one I liked best was "Americana."
Annoyed at Anaheim
I didn't go to the ALA Annual Conference this year, a decision I made based on its location in Anaheim. I wasn't going to bother making a whole blog post complaining about it, but then I saw the Annoyed Librarian's post, and thought at the very least I'd do a "What she said."
ALA Elections: very little advice
In the past I've given my ALA election picks, but I just don't feel as strongly as I used to. In fact, my membership is due for renewal, and I'm on the fence about re-upping.
Okay, a few picks, and a few thoughts...
ALA Midwinter report back
Here's my report back from ALA Midwinter 2008. I'll fill you in on my experiences with the Chinatown bus, radical librarian/radical techie love, the zine librarians meet-up, a white privilege workshop, Radical Reference, Movers & Shakers, and vegan eats.
ALA Midwinter 2008: schedule
Here are my plans, more or less, for the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Philadelphia (note sorry to anyone reading this via RSS who gets this entry again every time I update it):