From left to right: Ms. Jayne, Ms. Linda Sue, Ms. Polly and Ms. Rachel The Senoia Branch Library is one of four library branches within the Coweta Public Library System (CPLS). The Senoia Area Library was originally established as a City library in 1974 and became a part of the Coweta Library System in 2008.… Continue Reading Senoia Branch Library In the Spotlight
Seeing the Big Picture: Using Images to Understand Students’ Approaches to the Research Process – Webinar
Seeing the Big Picture: Using Images to Understand Students’ Approaches to the Research ProcessWednesday, May 3, 20172pm Eastern (11am Pacific | 12pm Mountain | 1pm Central)Register: https://goo.gl/EmCFNSDescription: Images can provide a valuable method of understanding user behavior. This presentation describes a project at the University of Nevada, Reno, where librarians asked students from different majors… Continue Reading Seeing the Big Picture: Using Images to Understand Students’ Approaches to the Research Process – Webinar
The Atlanta Emerging Librarians (AEL) are hosting their first informal mingle of 2017 at Escorpion on Cuatro de Mayo (May 4th) at 8:00pm. Join us for a night of excitement and mingling as we meet former and prospective emerging librarians and enjoy the authentic tastes and ingredients of Mexico. Details:When: May 4th from 8:00pm –… Continue Reading AEL Informal Meetup: Cuatro de Mayo – May 4, 2017
One of the goals of the ILL Interest Group is to promote communication and knowledge sharing within our ILL community. This year we will hold several meet-ups across the state in pursuit of this goal. We are happy to announce that our first ILL Meet-up will be for the South Georgia region on Friday, April… Continue Reading GLA Interlibrary Loan Interest Group South Georgia Meet-up
The GLA New Members Round Table and North Georgia Associated Libraries have teamed up to coordinate a networking meetup for the North Georgia area in May. We will be meeting in Dahlonega for lunch and a tour of the UNG Dahlonega Campus Library, plus other optional fun times! Join us at this North Georgia regional… Continue Reading GLA NMRT/NGAL Spring Networking Meetup May 13th!
The winter 2017 issue of the Georgia Library Quarterly is now available at http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/vol54/iss1/1 Georgia Library Spotlight – Gordon State College, Hightower Library Sonya S. Gaither Gordon State College Georgia Library Spotlight – Max Brown Family Resource Library, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite Laura Sinclair Max Brown Family Medical Library Georgia Library Spotlight… Continue Reading GLQ Winter 2017 Issue Now Available!
The Southeastern Library Assessment Conference provides an opportunity for those interested in advancing the library assessment and user experience conversation to gather together to share and discuss practical ideas and information. The Southeastern Library Assessment Conference invites session proposals for the November 13-14, 2017, conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Proposed sessions should be designed to fit… Continue Reading Southeastern Library Assessment Conference (SLAC) Call for Proposals
Save the date! The inaugural Georgia Libraries Conference (formerly known as Georgia COMO) will be held October 4-6 at the Columbus Georgia Convention & Trade Center in Columbus, GA. This year’s theme is Different by Design.We look forward to seeing you in Columbus!
The Georgia Library Association Awards Committee seeks nominations from academic, public, school, and special librarians in Georgia for the 2017 GLA Awards. Winners will be recognized at the 2017 Georgia Libraries Annual Conference (formerly COMO) in Columbus. GLA has a variety of awards to celebrate individual or team contributions to libraries or to the state… Continue Reading GLA Awards Call For Nominations
Zin zin zin! Music surrounds us even when we’re not listening. March is Music Month at Roddenbery Memorial Library in Cairo, Georgia. As you enter the Children’s room you will be surrounded by stories about music, composers and performers. If you listen carefully you might hear the sounds of violins wafting from the auditorium where… Continue Reading Roddenbery Memorial Library in the Spotlight!