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FREE ONLINE COURSE: HOW TO GET PUBLISHED

Are you interested in publishing your work in an academic journal? Are you unsure how to go about this? Do you have 1-3 hours? If you answered yes to all three of these questions, consider spending those hours in this free, online course (you can bookmark it and access it anytime you want). 

 

https://www.ifla.org/node/92648  

 

LAUC-B Career Panel Friday November 8 1pm in Doe 303

Please join your colleagues Lillian Castillo-Speed, Lara Michels, Stella Tang , Sam Teplitzky, Tim Vollmer, and I-Wei Wang as they discuss the paths and decisions (as well as some missteps!) that have shaped their careers.  There will be plenty of time for questions from the audience.  All are welcome to attend.   Date: November 8 Time: 1-2:30pm Location: Doe 303   On behalf of the LAUC-B Committee on Research and Professional Development.

CLA Conference 2019: October 24–26, 2019

Registration for the 2019 California Library Association Conference—the League of Extraordinary Librarians--is still open! Held in Pasadena this year, hotels, shopping and restaurants are only steps away from the downtown Convention Center. The conference is full of educational programs, fun events, and opportunities to network with library colleagues from across the state. They are also offering FREE Super-Sessions on Thursday, scholarships for support staff, and an evening reception at the historic Pasadena Central Library on Saturday.

 

Conference highlights include:

Upcoming Technical Services Webinars through ALCTS

Looking for ways to spend your professional development funds?  ALA's Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS) has a number of upcoming webinars this Fall that can help expand your technical processing skillsets, including "Special Collections Cataloging: Maps" and "A Field Guide to Digital Preservation"

Mor information can be found at the ALCTS website:

http://www.ala.org/alcts/confevents/upcoming/webinar