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Dekalb County News And Notes Dec 2007

Dekalb County News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

Recent news from the Dekalb County Library System.


From The President, Joellen Ostendorf Dec 2007

From The President, Joellen Ostendorf

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article discusses GLA (Georgia Library Association) and the benefits of membership.


Twenty Professionals Selected For Pinnacle Class Of 2008 Dec 2007

Twenty Professionals Selected For Pinnacle Class Of 2008

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article lists the selected participants for PINNACLE, the Public Library Institute for New and Creative Leadership Education, a new training program run by Georgia Public Library Service. The Carl Vinson Institute of Government helped design the curriculum and will lead the training.


Emory University News And Notes Dec 2007

Emory University News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

Recent library news from Emory University.


My Own Private Library: A Peek Inside The Personal Library Of A Librarian, Elizabeth Leslie Bagley Dec 2007

My Own Private Library: A Peek Inside The Personal Library Of A Librarian, Elizabeth Leslie Bagley

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article discusses the personal library of the author. Her collection falls into one of three categories: children's books, books related to her college experience, and books with a personal connection.


Ask A Librarian, Silvia Bunn Dec 2007

Ask A Librarian, Silvia Bunn

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article discusses how a library should treat its patrons and work with its community to best serve its needs.


Falling In Line: Curricular Alignment In A Library Credit Course, Michael Aldrich Dec 2007

Falling In Line: Curricular Alignment In A Library Credit Course, Michael Aldrich

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article discusses the usefulness of curricular alignment and how it can be achieved in teaching a library & information science course.


Mala Members Meet, Tour Gsu’S Library Renovations, Louise S. White Dec 2007

Mala Members Meet, Tour Gsu’S Library Renovations, Louise S. White

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article discusses the May 2007 spring meeting of MALA (Metro-Atlanta Library Association). The meeting highlights included an overview of the recent renovations of the Georgia State University and a tour of the facility.


Emory Chemistry Library Renovation Showcases Flexible Design Dec 2007

Emory Chemistry Library Renovation Showcases Flexible Design

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article discusses the physical renovation of the James Samuel Guy Chemistry Library at Emory University.


Valdosta State Mlis Program Receives Full Ala Accreditation Dec 2007

Valdosta State Mlis Program Receives Full Ala Accreditation

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article discusses the recent initial accreditation of Valdosta State's MLIS program by the American Library Association.


Five New Staff Members Join Georgia Southwestern State Dec 2007

Five New Staff Members Join Georgia Southwestern State

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article lists the five new library hires at Georgia Southwestern State.


Georgia Southern University News And Notes Dec 2007

Georgia Southern University News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

Recent library news from Georgia Southern University.


Swails Receives Hubbard Scholarship Dec 2007

Swails Receives Hubbard Scholarship

Georgia Library Quarterly

Mark Swails will receive the Georgia Library Association Hubbard Scholarship.


Chattahoochee Valley News And Notes Dec 2007

Chattahoochee Valley News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

Recent news from the Chattahoochee Valley Library System.


Gwinnett County News And Notes Dec 2007

Gwinnett County News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

Recent news from the Gwinnett County Library System.


Northwest Georgia News And Notes Dec 2007

Northwest Georgia News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

Recent news from the Northwest Georgia Regional Library System.


Chestatee Regional News And Notes Dec 2007

Chestatee Regional News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

Recent news from the Chestatee Regional Library System.


Hall County News And Notes Dec 2007

Hall County News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

Recent news from the Hall County Library System.


Review: A Bone To Pick: Everyone’S Guide To Gourmet Venison Cookery, Jewell Anderson Dec 2007

Review: A Bone To Pick: Everyone’S Guide To Gourmet Venison Cookery, Jewell Anderson

Georgia Library Quarterly

Review of the non-fiction book "A Bone to Pick: Everyone’s Guide to Gourmet Venison Cookery," by Gary D. Grossman.


Georgia Library Quarterly, Autumn 2007, Susan Cooley Dec 2007

Georgia Library Quarterly, Autumn 2007, Susan Cooley

Georgia Library Quarterly

Complete issue of Georgia Library Quarterly, Autumn 2007, vol. 44, no. 3.


Gla Announces Slate Of Nominees For 2008 Officers Jul 2007

Gla Announces Slate Of Nominees For 2008 Officers

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article offers information about the nominees for the 2008 officers of Georgia Library Association (GLA).


Twelve Years Of Online Reference Services At Georgia Tech: Where We Have Been And Where We Are Going, Cathy Carpenter, Crystal Renfro Jul 2007

Twelve Years Of Online Reference Services At Georgia Tech: Where We Have Been And Where We Are Going, Cathy Carpenter, Crystal Renfro

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article offers information about the Georgia Institute of Technology Library in Atlanta, Georgia, which is a pioneer in delivering virtual reference. The Library has initiated the ASK a Librarian service in 1994, an e-mail-based electronic reference service which became popular and has received 297 questions during the first year of its implementation. It has also launched the real time or virtual reference in 1999 using the America Online's Instant Messenger chat software. In August 2003, the library purchased Questionpoint to use as a virtual reference system, which enabled the referral of e-mail questions to other librarians and good tracking …


Expectations & Excitations: The Library As A Happening Place, Alan Bernstein Jul 2007

Expectations & Excitations: The Library As A Happening Place, Alan Bernstein

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article discusses the author's experience of conducting a study on how the library meets the expectations of its patrons at the Odum Library at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia.


From The President, Joellen Ostendorf Jul 2007

From The President, Joellen Ostendorf

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article provides information on the conference of the Georgia Council of Media Organization (COMO) to be held in October 2007 at Jekyll Island in Georgia.


My Own Private Library: A Peek Inside The Personal Library Of A Librarian, Bill Richards Jul 2007

My Own Private Library: A Peek Inside The Personal Library Of A Librarian, Bill Richards

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article offers information about the author's library, which consists of 3,500 volumes. The library is a systematic collection and an accumulation that reflects the changes in the author's personal and professional interests. The collection includes books dealing with politics, philosophy, literature and psychology which depicts the number of times the author has changed majors in college. The library also includes almost all of the Library of America titles such as "Great Books of the Western World," as well as history titles. It also includes children's collection like the books of Robert Sabuda.


Ngal Sponsors Program On 'Green Practices' Jul 2007

Ngal Sponsors Program On 'Green Practices'

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article reports on the next meeting of North Georgia Associated Libraries (NGAL) that will be held on October 9, 2007 at the Robert E. Fulton Regional Library in Ocee, in which Belinda Morrow and David Greenebaum will be speaking on Green Library Spaces and Practices. NGAL is a nonprofit group of library systems in northern Georgia with members including public library systems, academic institutions, school systems and special libraries. NGAL programs are focused on providing informative and motivational speakers on a wide range of topics.


Vsu’S Mlis Program Receives Accreditation, Graduates 12 In First 'Split Ceremony' Jul 2007

Vsu’S Mlis Program Receives Accreditation, Graduates 12 In First 'Split Ceremony'

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article reports that the Committee on Accreditation of the American Library Association (ALA) has accredited the Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) Program at Valdosta State University (VSU) in Valdosta, Georgia. The VSU MILS is the only ALA-accredited program in Georgia among the 56 accredited institutions in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. The accreditation will allow the university to offer library and information science education in Georgia. The MLIS Program focuses on educating librarians for academic, public and special libraries in Georgia through distance education designed for students who cannot return to a single campus for extended …


Armstrong Atlantic Picks University Librarian Jul 2007

Armstrong Atlantic Picks University Librarian

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article announces that Doug Frazier was named university librarian of the Lane Library at Armstrong Atlantic State University.


Georgia College & State University Library Names New Faculty And Staff Members Jul 2007

Georgia College & State University Library Names New Faculty And Staff Members

Georgia Library Quarterly

The article announces several appointments involving library employees and museum curator at Georgia College & State University and Information Technology Center including Michael Bonnard as Special Formats Catalog Librarian, Shannon Morris as the Museum Curator and Weishiuan Chen as the new Serials Librarian.


East Central Regional News And Notes Jul 2007

East Central Regional News And Notes

Georgia Library Quarterly

News from the East Central Regional Libraries.