The GLA Board has approved the recommendation of the 2010 GLA Awards Committee to present awards at the COMO XXII GLA Banquet in October as follows: The Bob Richardson Memorial Award to Sarah Steiner, Georgia State University, Social Work & Assessment Librarian The Charles Beard Library Advocacy Award to Dr. Melvin Steely, University of West… Continue Reading 2010 GLA Award Winners Announced
Committee Representative – Conference Musings – On behalf of large academic libraries – July 15, 2010 – Denita Hampton, Coordinator, Access & Media Services, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA Wow! Has it really been 21 stellar years? That’s an affirmative – Georgia library collaboration has come of age. GOLD began providing statewide electronic ILL in… Continue Reading No need to travel to a “Galaxy Far Away” to break astronomical use barriers! #ggconference
Journal entry from a GOLD/GALILEO Users Group Advisory Committee Representative – Conference Musings – On behalf of small academic libraries – July 7, 2010 – Shaundra Walker, Head of Reference, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA Does the thought of a new academic year make you a little nervous? Are you interested in providing… Continue Reading GOLD/GALILEO Conference delivers “Big Bang” of benefits for small academic libraries
Annual GOLD/GALILEO Conference guaranteed to send special and K-12 librarians “over the moon”#ggconference
Journal entry from a GOLD/GALILEO Users Group Advisory Committee Representative – Conference Musings – On behalf of special libraries and K-12 – July 2, 2010 – Teresa Pacheco, Electronic Resources Librarian, Gainesville State College, Oakwood, GA What do you do when your special or school library is asked to “deliver the moon“? Special libraries face… Continue Reading Annual GOLD/GALILEO Conference guaranteed to send special and K-12 librarians “over the moon”#ggconference
The biographical summaries of the candidates for office for the Academic Library Division are now available. Ballots will be mailed and should arrive in early August.
[Note: This is an archived post. This spotlight has been removed to make way for the latest spotlight.] The July Georgia Library Spotlight has been posted: Reese Library at Augusta State University. Read more about Reese on the GLA homepage, then submit your library to be featured!
50 Words or Less That Describe The GOLD GALILEO Conference – Each One Can Take You Home With A Click!
The 2010 GOLD GALILEO Conference in 50 words or LESS “Click” on each subject and go straight to the HOME page of our conference portal. Please remember: Lodging for night beforeBlock of Rooms at special rates (ranging from $89-$109 plus 7% tax) available for conference attendees at connecting Georgia Center hotel until JULY 13, 2010.… Continue Reading 50 Words or Less That Describe The GOLD GALILEO Conference – Each One Can Take You Home With A Click!
GPLS News, June 2010 Hand in hand with their observance of milestone birthdays for PINES and GALILEO in 2010, Georgia librarians will soon celebrate another coming of age when the GOLD/GALILEO Users Group Conference turns 21 this summer. “The number 21 symbolizes progression, growth, maturity, legitimacy and civic involvement,” said Toni Zimmerman, director of Resource… Continue Reading GOLD/GALILEO collaboration comes of age Aug. 13
The GLA Scholarship Committee is very pleased to announce the 2010 winners of the Hubbard and Beard Scholarships: The Charles Beard Scholarship is awarded this year to Holly Phillips, who has served in different capacities providing outreach, including bookmobile clerk and branch manager, for the Moultrie-Colquitt County Library. Holly is attending Valdosta State University for… Continue Reading Hubbard and Beard Scholarship Winners
The first two Wednesday Webinar sessions, hosted by GLA and GPLS, took place on June 16th, and turnout was amazing. If you were unable to make the sessions, recordings are now available online. Introducing Transliteracy with Bobbi Newman Pivot Points for Change with Buffy Hamilton Registration is now open for the next two sessions on… Continue Reading Recordings of First Two Wednesday Webinars Available