Tag Archives: Amy Disch

Notes from the Chair

I can hardly believe summer is coming to an end and that the SLA annual conference was over two months ago. In addition to the conference, my summer was consumed with a huge project at work: the simultaneous migration of … Continue reading

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2010 IRE conference blog

Doug Haddix, training director (and a former colleague and current friend of yours truly) at IRE, passed along this link to the 2010 IRE conference blog. Lots of interesting information that I believe would appeal to my fellow news librarians. … Continue reading

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News Division program for 2010 SLA annual conference

The list of programs being put on by the News Division at the 2010 SLA annual conference in New Orleans is now posted on the division’s Web site. Many thanks to Chair-Elect Leigh Montgomery, who did a great job planning … Continue reading

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Vormelker-Thomas Student Stipend Award

Each year, the News Division of the Special Libraries Association and ProQuest generously contribute $1,500 toward the Vormelker-Thomas Student Stipend Award, which is presented to a recent graduate or graduate student interested in pursuing a career in news librarianship. The … Continue reading

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Summer 2006 News Library News is up

The Summer 2006 issue of News Library News is now posted on the News Division’s Web site. It’s full of interesting articles detailing the goings on within the News Division at the annual SLA Conference held in Baltimore in June. … Continue reading

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Conference presentations

Presentations from the majority of Division-sponsored programs at the SLA annual conference are now available on the Division’s 2006 conference page. Podcasts of each will be forthcoming. Mary Ellen Bates has requested that her presentation be removed from the site … Continue reading

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