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  • During a Zoom meeting tonight, the 2022 SoCal Community award recipients were named. Meritorious Service Awards were given to  David Ballantine - our new President-Elect Connor Cantrell - our new webmaster JonLuc Christensen - Past President and Current ...

  • Hello SLA-SCC, Join us tomorrow Friday January 27 at 7pm PST a s we honor the service and contributions of our volunteers, and learn about what's in store and how you can get involved with Southern California in 2023! We'll also have time for general ...

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  • Hello SLA-SCC members, In case you didn't see our upcoming event, we are having the SLA-SCC Awards Ceremony on Friday January 27, 2023 at 7pm PST on Zoom. See the details below. Thank you and let me know if you have any questions. When:  ...

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  • Dear SLA-SCC members, It is the beginning of a new year and I am happy to be serving SLA-SCC as the President-elect. I look forward to planning fun and informative events for us this year. We request for you to fill out this survey questionnaire ...

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  • The next free webinar hosted by the Special Library Association Academic & Education Community and ACRL's EBSS Education Committee will occur at 1:30pm EST on January 13. It will feature Matt Leger, a Research Manager on IDC's Government Insights team ...

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  • 2023 SLA New England Board:

    President: Kathy Berger

    President-elect: Karen Graham

    Secretary: Melissa Gough

    Finance Director: Joan Cunningham

    Communications Director: Kelli Costello

    Programming Chairs:  Khalilah Gambrell and Ann Cullen

    Archivist: Susan McGovern

    Student Relations Chair: Molly Peters

  • 2022 SLA New England Award Nominations

    We are looking for nominations for the following SLA NE community awards: 

    • Community Achievement Award: Recognizing a community member for outstanding committee work, performance in office, or execution of event-related duties during this program year. 
    • Distinguished Service Award: Recognizing a community member(s) for a sustained record of supporting community activities over the years. These may be for service on one or more committees, by holding various offices, or for managing different events, that when considered cumulatively have notably furthered the life of the community. 
    • Special Recognition Award: Conferred on a longstanding community member(s) to cap a career and celebrate a well-deserved retirement, in recognition of what the member has done or meant to the community.

     NOTE: Nominees must be current SLA members.

    Want to nominate someone? Please use this form to submit nominations by the end of day on Monday, December 5th. 

    If you have any questions, please contact

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  • ACRL announces the publication of   Teaching Critical Reading Skills: Strategies for Academic Librarians , edited by Hannah Gascho Rempel and Rachel Hamelers. This two-volume set —   Reading in the Disciplines and for Specific Populations   ...

  • The January 2023 free webinar hosted by the Special Library Association Academic & Education Community and ACRL's EBSS Education Committee  featured  Matt Leger, a Research Manager on IDC’s Government Insights team responsible for the Worldwide Education ...

  • Join your SLA colleagues to welcome the new year and talk about this year will be different! Thursday, 1/12/23 8:30-9:30 am EST Register   here   for Zoom information.  Research shows you're more likely to complete a goal if it's small and ...

  • Information Professionals behind the Engineers of CDM Smith and Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger Please join SLA New England from the comfort of your home for a virtual program with Stacie Cohen of CDM Smith and Joan Cunningham of Simpson & Heger. ...

  • please disseminate the following widely:   December's webinar hosted by the Special Library Association Academic & Education Community and ACRL's EBSS Education Committee featured Rachel Combs, who shared ways that academic librarians ...