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SLA 2020 DMIL Events - with links

  • 1.  SLA 2020 DMIL Events - with links

    Posted 22 days ago

    DMIL Programs – 2020 SLA Virtual Conference

     

    Title: Military Libraries Board Meeting
    Date: October 6, 2020
    Time: 7 to 8 pm (ET)
    Description: Board Meeting for DMIL. Open to all attendees.

    Title: Military Libraries Community Networking Business Meeting

    Join Zoom Meeting

    https://zoom.us/j/93731022832?pwd=czY2SVNCeC9iZ1FhQzE1Vml5Q2Zydz09

    Meeting ID: 937 3102 2832

    Passcode: SLA2020
    Date: October 7, 2020
    Time: 7 – 8 PM (ET)
    Description: Join us to discuss the business of the Military Librarian's Division. Open to all attendees.

    Title: Military Libraries Community Networking Event

    https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/187293909
    Date: October 14, 2020
    Time: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm (ET)
    Description: Join us for a discussion about the details of DOD libraries. Q&A time provided. Mike McNulty.

    Title: Military Libraries Community Reception: Cocktails and Story Time

    https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrcequpzstEtVzVObtjE18M8B1kHWYegXa
    Date: October 16, 2020
    Time: 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm (ET)
    Description: Please join the Military Librarians as we pair our favorite drinks with our favorite reads. Like schnapps and "Slaughterhouse Five?" Mead and "Beowulf" your go-to? Whether it is sangria and "Don Quixote" or mint juleps and "Life on the Mississippi," please join DMIL for our SLA After Party. If you don't drink, Irish Breakfast tea with Yeats or English Breakfast tea with Arthur Conan Doyle works, too. Feel free to share why you choose your drink with your book or just join us to say hello.

     

     

    Title: "Trends and Topics in Library Security and Safety: Keeping Staff and Patrons Protected in the New Normal"

    Date/Time: Pre-recorded – available anytime

    Presented: Dr. Steven Albrecht

    Description: Cases of workplace violence involving armed perpetrators at libraries can be catastrophic. Recent attacks have heightened the awareness of the need for library employees to follow the national Department of Homeland Security (DHS) protocol: Run - Hide - Fight. Since all employees are in charge of their own sense of security, they need to know what to do, what not to do, and how to protect themselves and others during these life-changing events. Dr. Albrecht uses empowerment over fear to make you feel comfortable about an uncomfortable subject.

     

    Title: All-Volunteer Library is One of the USS Midway's Secret Ingredients

    Date and Time: On-demand for SLA Annual 2020 attendees through November 13, 2020

    Speaker: Pat Alderman, MLS

    Description: The secret is empowering volunteers. The USS Midway is the most successful ship museum in the United States. Its Research Library is run totally by volunteers, except for the boss, the ship's Curator. This staff maintains the Master Crew list, does research for historians and the ship's other volunteer departments like Engineering and the Docent Corp, runs the book store, and is cataloging all of the ship's deck logs, magazines, newspapers, and other documents to create a seamless, comprehensive database of the ship's history, officers, and crew. The Midway was the longest-serving aircraft carrier in the 20th century.


     



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    David E. McBee, MLS
    2020 DMIL Chair
    Washington, DC
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