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ALISS was just notified of this Travel Award through the Indiana Chapter of the Special Libraries Association Indiana Chapter—Special Libraries Association (InSLA) Travel Award PURPOSE The Indiana Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (InSLA) is offering a travel award of $500 to be used toward costs for attendance at a conference, workshop, or other …View full post
The Indiana Celebration of Women in Computing will be held right here in Indianapolis this year on March 6th and 7th. This is a great opportunity to network with women professionals in the computing field. We’d also encourage you to think about building up your resume by signing up for a poster presentation or giving …View full post
YOUTH SERVICES INTERNSHIP – SUMMER 2015 Looking for a summer internship opportunity in children’s librarianship? We are looking for an enthusiastic, hardworking, creative individual to join the Mooresville Public Library Youth Services team as our 2015 summer intern! Responsibilities include: • summer reading programming for children and teens • outreach to camps and community groups …View full post
Join us on December 18th at 7:00pm for the ALISS December Book Club. This month we are reading Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood. The December Book Club will be held at The Ale Emporium in Castleton. The Ale Emporium is located at: 8617 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, IN 46250. You can RSVP by going to https://www.facebook.com/events/742299639179795/ …View full post
Community Conversation #2 Overview October 14, 2014 Location: Indianapolis Public Library Central Branch. Present: One LIS faculty member, six current LIS students, one LIS graduate. Next meeting: Wednesday, November 12, 6:30 pm, Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library I. Announcements The third Community Conversation is titled “How has Freedom of Speech changed now that the whole …View full post
Our August 19th book club meeting for Gayle Foreman’s If I Stay is coming up soon and the movie version is set to be released on August 22nd, 2014. As such I thought it might be fun to post both the official Penguin Book trailer, and the official Warner Brothers movie trailer.
Which one do you like better?
Please join us on Tuesday, August 19th at 7:00 p.m. for our August book club. It will be held at Books & Brews.
This month we will be discussing If I Stay by Gayle Foreman.
Books & Brews
9402 Uptown Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46256
There is free parking available and food will be provided. Yum!
Indy Reads is always seeking volunteers to help reach their mission of promoting and improving literacy in adults and their families in Central Indiana.
To volunteer you must attend an orientation. Upcoming orientation dates are:
For more information please visit: http://www.indyreads.org/volunteer/
Hi Everyone, Students, Alumni, and Librarians of the Multiverse —
Join us June 16 for a pizza lunch and viewing party of the “The Hype and Hope of MOOCs” symposium panel debate; which took place at ALA Midwinter this past January. Moderated by OCLC CEO Skip Prichard, this discussion explores the significant implications of Massive Open Online Course regarding higher education and librarians of all types.
The viewing and lunch begin at noon in the Dewey Den, 3rd Floor University Library. Bring your appetites and curiosity for a discussion after about how MOOCs may affect librarians and education in general.
RSVP to Andrea Copeland by 6/12 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there!
For More information contact:
Community Engagement Librarian
Midwest Collaborative for Library Services (MCLS)
Lansing, MI & Indianapolis, IN
Phone: (800) 530-9019 ext 122
Phone: (517) 492-3822
Fax: (517) 492-3886
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E-Portfolio: What is it? Come to an informational session to find out!!!
Are you graduating in December or May? Maybe you just want more information about graduation requirements for the LIS program. Here is your opportunity…
ALISS will be hosting two sessions to inform students about the e-portfolio, which is a requirement you have to do in order to graduate from the program. ALISS will be teaming up with Dr. Applegate to host two informational sessions on December 4 at 6:30 p.m. and December 6 at 12:30 p.m. in IT 395. Both sessions will go over what the e-portfolio is and how you can upload documents to it.
What if you can’t make either session? We will be recording at least one session for those students that can’t make it to either session. This link will be provided on ALISS’ website, Facebook page, and Twitter and I will send you an email informing you when it has been uploaded.
We hope to see you there!!!
It’s November/December Book Club Time!!!
We will be meeting on Wednesday, December 4th at 7:30 to discuss one of the following Young Adult Printz Award Winners…. VOTE NOW until Friday, 11/1
**Just comment with your pick from one of the following choices:
1. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
2. Looking for Alaska by John Green
3. Going Bovine by Libba Bray
4. The White Darkness by Geraldine McCaughrean
Please join us this Wednesday for October’s book club. It will be held at Moe and Johnny’s in Broad Ripple at 7:30 p.m. We will be discussing “Let the Great World Spin” by Colum McCann.
Moe and Johnny’s Address:
5380 N College Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Can’t wait to see you there!!! And like always, there will be free food!
We will be having our first book club of this fall semester at 7:30 pm at Fountain Square Brewery on September 25th, 2013. There will be free parking at the brewery, which is all the more reason for you to stop by!
Our choice this month is….. “In the Woods” by Tana French, a mystery novel about the nearby woods on the outskirts of Dublin and children who disappear within it.
Come for a 2 hour long discussion with Gabi Hysong, Senior Librarian at Rolls-Royce Corporate Library on September 18, 2013. Please RSVP Professor Barbara Albee at email@example.com. Don’t forget to bring a lunch!
Discussion will be held at 1 pm in the Dewey Den on the 3rd floor of the University Library, right next door to the Library Science and Informatics Department Office.
Image courtesy of Birmingham Public Library