VALE Website Committee Co-Chair, Denise O’Shea, has an article about Fairleigh Dickinson University’s e-book reader lending program scheduled for publication in the Spring issue of the NJLA newsletter – New Jersey Libraries.
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Members of the VALE Website Committee (NJIT & UMDNJ) nominated for the 2010 NJLA CUS Technology Innovation Award.
Ann Hoang of NJIT and Yingting Zhang of UMDNJ, both are members of the VALE Website Committee, have been nominated, individually, the 2010 NJLA College and University Section Technology Innovation Award.
Presenters: Valerie Gouse, Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org Cumberland County College, Vineland, NJ Mary Thorstensen, Librarian email@example.comCumberland County College, Vineland, NJ The College Librarians have begun to collaborate with Librarians from four high schools in Cumberland County to prepare students with the necessary skills in information literacy. The high school librarians were invited to an orientation followed by a reception and presented with resource packets. The cost of this project totaled $1,500.
- For those committee members who were not present at yesterday’s Users’ Conference, I want to reiterate the acknowledgement and thanks I extended to you all for such a great job this past year. I strongly encouraged the audience to visit the Website and to rely on it for information about VALE, our activities and issues of interest. Please read the attached letter from State Librarian Norma Blake thanking VALE members for our efforts advocating for NJKI.
- My thanks to Ann Montanaro acting as the Recorder at yesterday’s Brainstorming the Next Generation Academic Library System breakout session. Please find the attached handout (Session Handout) given out before the meeting as well as the transcript of the notes (Transcript of Meeting Notes) from easel pad exercise.
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