Tag Archives: conferences
Over the course of three days spanning the end of May and beginning on June, UBC hosted WILU – the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use – with a theme of “Intersections”. I attended the full conference including a pre-conference … Continue reading
On April 7, 2013, 11 members of the Fraser Valley LTAS chapter met at the White Spot in Aldergrove and held a discussion in round table format. The topic? Share something interesting that’s going on: are you going to or … Continue reading
Edited May 23 to add Tamarack’s summary; sorry! -Heather The big news from the conference happened during the BCLA AGM: LTAIG’s resolution to become a Section passed unanimously! We are now LTAS (Library Technicians’ and Assistants’ Section). The AGM attendees gave … Continue reading
Phil the Web Crawler – Pinterest for libraries, Access Copyright agreement (and disagreement), ancient texts, death of radio drama, archiving ‘Occupy’ and a bullet proof iPhone case.
– Thanks to Sylvia Nurse for this tip. Pinterest: Revolutionizing the Way Libraries Are Used. – Recruiters Only Look at Your Resume for an Average of Six Seconds and This Is What They See. – Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada reaches … Continue reading