March was a slow month for GLA. We had an Executive Board Meeting on March 22, 2013 which was hosted by Elizabeth Bagley at Agnes Scott College. Minutes are available on GLA website. We voted to change the name of the School Librarian Division to Georgia Association of School Librarians, a division of Georgia Library… Continue Reading March Monthly Recap for GLA 2013
In 2013, the Georgia Library Media Association (GLMA) and the Georgia Library Association (GLA) will recognize and honor three exemplary and three exceptional library media programs. In order to identify and highlight these programs, GLMA and GLA are soliciting applications from schools. Library media programs in three schools (elementary, middle and high) will be selected… Continue Reading GLMA and GLA invite applications for 2013 Exemplary Library Awards
The Simon Schwob Memorial Library at Columbus State University was opened on the main campus in March 1975 and the Music Library was established on the RiverPark Campus in 2001. The look of Simon Schwob Memorial Library has changed over the years in keeping with its mission to provide library and information resources, instruction and… Continue Reading Columbus State University Libraries in the Spotlight!
Hope you had a nice February. I love February because the first spring flowers start blooming in Georgia, but mostly because it’s my birthday month. I turned 40 for the umpteenth time and, yes, I do celebrate all month. Besides that important event, we had a great time at the Capitol on Valentine’s Day, February… Continue Reading February Recap for GLA 2013
The Academic Library Division of the Georgia Library Association/Georgia Chapter of ACRL invites Georgia librarians and library science students to submit research papers for presentation at 2013 COMO pertaining to academic libraries. Criteria for selection include purpose, content, organization, scholarship, and references. Cash awards funded by YBP Library Services and EBSCO for the top two… Continue Reading Academic Division: Call for Papers, COMO 2013
The Georgia Library Association annually awards two scholarships to students completing a master’s degree in library science: The Hubbard Scholarship, a $3,000 award, is intended to recruit excellent candidates for librarianship in Georgia. The Beard Scholarship, in the amount of $1,000, is for applicants who show strong potential for leadership in the library profession. Recipients… Continue Reading The Georgia Library Association Scholarship Committee invites applications for 2013
The East Georgia State College Library recently had a re-opening in August of 2012 and is now a part of the new Learning Commons. The Learning Commons includes the EGSC Library, the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE), the Academic Advising Center, and the Common Grounds Cafe. All of these institutions work together to offer instructional… Continue Reading East Georgia State College Library in the Spotlight!
The most recent issue of the Georgia Library Quarterly is now available at:http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/glq/ Complete Issue v50 no1 complete issue Table of Contents: ColumnsGeorgia Library Spotlight – Georgia Regents University, Reese Library – Autumn JohnsonGeorgia Library Spotlight – Thomas University Library – Amber BrockGeorgia Library Spotlight – Piedmont Regional Library – Beth McIntyre From the President… Continue Reading GLQ Winter 2013 Is Available
This is the first of 12 monthly recaps to keep everyone in the loop with GLA events and plans throughout the year. The fun of being in GLA is the relationships with other people with library interests and goals. My hope is to have fun events throughout the year to bring us all together. We… Continue Reading January Monthly Recap of GLA 2013
Announcing the 2013 Georgia Library Day at the Capitol in Atlanta When: February 14, 2013, 10:00 am to 1:00 pmWhere: Room #123 in the Capitol Building in Atlanta Purpose: To distribute prints of drawing by Debbie Davis, donated by Mumford Library Books and talk to state legislators about the contributions of Georgia’s libraries. Cost: Free!… Continue Reading Georgia Library Day at the Capitol