|Re: ASERL Depository Lunch Meeting @ DLC, October 23, 2018 - Action Requested||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Cheryle Cole-Bennett (ccole-bennettaserl.org)|
|Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 02:52:56 -0700 (PDT)|
Good morning! Just a reminder of the registration deadline of
Noon, Friday October 19th for our meeting next week in DC.
Registration link: http://ezregister.com/events/26471
Additional information is in the attached email below.
Here is the registration list as of last evening:
1. Renee Bosman, UNC-Chapel Hill
2. Mary Clark, Library of Virginia
3. Abigail DeSoto, LATech
4. Betsy Eckert, U-Memphis
5. Rich Gause, UCF
6. Valerie Glenn, UGA
7. Hayley Johnson, LSU
8. Patricia Kenly, GaTech
9. Amy Laub-Carroll, UKY
10. Gregory March, UTK
11. Sandra McAninch, UKY
12. Perveen Rustomfram, U-Memphis
13. Barbie Selby, UVA
14. Bill Sudduth, USC
15. Liza Weisbrod, Auburn
Also ? be sure to check out DLC programs from some of your ASERL colleagues:
Monday, 2:30pm ?
In the Washington Ballroom: Know Your FSB from your KGB: Researching Soviet/Russian Intelligence in America. Presented by David Durant, Federal Documents & Social Sciences Librarian, East Carolina University, J. Y. Joyner Library
In the Wilson/Harrison Room: Digging Deeper into Government Information: An Introduction to Text Mining. Presented by Valerie Glenn, Federal Documents Analyst, HathiTrust (now at UGA) and Eleanor Dickson Koehl, Visiting HTRC Digital Humanities Specialist, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, University Libraries
Monday, 4:00pm ?
In the Crystal Ballroom, Salon A: Processing Your Preservation Steward Collection. Presented by Hallie Pritchett, Associate Dean of Libraries for Research & Learning, North Dakota State University, Michael Cerbo II, Chair of Technical Services & Head of Metadata and Content Management, University of Rhode Island Libraries, Deborah Mongeau, Chair of Public Services and Government Publications Librarian, University of Rhode Island Libraries, Bill Sudduth, Head of Government Information & Maps Department, University of South Carolina Libraries and Suzanne Ebanues, Senior Planning & Development Specialist, LSCM, GPO
In the Crystal Ballroom, Salon A: Continuing the Conversation: Ensuring Public Access to a Comprehensive Collection (DLC session). Presented by Mary Clark, Director of Acquisitions and Access Management, The Library of Virginia, Cindy Etkin, Senior Programming Planning Specialist, Office of the Superintendent of Documents, GPO
And Alicia Kubas, Government Publications and Regional Depository Librarian, University of Minnesota Libraries
In the Crystal Ballroom, Salon A: Reach Out and Help: Serving the Underserved through Government Information (DLC session). Presented by Yvonne D. Williams, Cataloging Specialist, Benjamin L. Hooks Central Libraries, Memphis Public Libraries, Jennifer Rowe, Subject Librarian, University of North Texas Libraries, Todd Scudiere, Technical Services Librarian, LSCM, GPO, Carmen Cruz, Financial Education Program Analyst, Office of Education, The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection and Jane Canfield, Coordinator of Federal Documents, Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico.
In the Wilson/Harrison room: Docs Go to College: Universal Access Meets Honor Code. Presented by Stephani L. Rodgers, Public Affairs Research Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University, Cabell Library.
In the Crystal Ballroom, Salon A: Government Information for Everyone: Ways to Increase Accessibility of FDLP Collections. Presented by Sarah Erekson, Regional Government Documents Librarian, University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries.
Good morning ASERL friends!
I am following up with additional/logistical information on the depository coordinators lunch meeting at DLC on Tuesday, October 23rd ? Noon-2pm. I hope you are able to join us!
We have reserved the Pentagon Rooms I&II ? adjacent to the Café restaurant. To maximize our meeting time, the hotel has arranged for us to order our lunch in advance, and I will coordinate the ordering. Hotel staff will not be expecting to take meal orders the day of the event. Please know that you do not need to order lunch to attend the meeting.
To facilitate the ordering, I am using a new registration service that ASERL implemented earlier this spring. We will use this service to indicate your attendance and -- if you want to eat lunch with us ? to place and pay for your lunch order in advance. Please make your meal selections during registration, as desired. Drinks will be ordered at the table. Drinks and gratuities are covered under our room contract so there will be no additional charges at the event.
Registration link: http://ezregister.com/events/26471
Please complete the registration by Noon on Friday, October 19th.
To ensure the hotel has appropriate seating arranged, please complete the registration even if you had emailed me previously to say you will attend. If you have any difficulty accessing the form, have any dietary requests not covered during the registration ? or have any questions, please email me and I’ll be happy to assist.
I look forward to seeing you in DC - safe travels!
Cheryle Cole-Bennett, Program Coordinator
Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL)
? Robert W. Woodruff Library
540 Asbury Circle, Suite 316
Atlanta, GA 30322-1006
ASERL Depository Lunch Meeting @ DLC, October 23, 2018 - Action Requested Cheryle Cole-Bennett, October 12 2018
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