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Reports from 2001 IFLA Conference, Part 2: ALCTS sponsors representatives to seven sections of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA): Acquisition and Exchange, Bibliography, Cataloging, Classification and Indexing, Conservation, Serial Publications, and Statistics. Ten reports were included in the winter 2001 issue . . . more

Q & A with ALA Presidential Candidates: Two candidates are running for ALA president 2003–2004 in the upcoming election this spring. They are Carla Hayden, executive director of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, Md., and Katina Strauch, head of collection development at College of Charleston Libraries . . . more

Statements of Concern from Candidates for ALCTS Vice President and President-Elect: Judith Niles and Brian E. C. Schottlaender speak out on their campaigns . . . more

Education Committee Seeks Proposals for Continuing Education Initiatives: The ACLTS Education Committee is actively seeking to create continuing education opportunities that meet the needs of its members, collections and technical services librarians, and library employees . . . more

 

ALCTS Financial Reports: FY 2001 and First Quarter FY 2002

ALCTS Seeks Nominations for the Worst Serial Title Change of the Year Awards: The ALCTS Serials Section Worst Serial Title Change of the Year Committee is seeking nominations for the awards for 2002. You’ve heard of the Golden Globes, the Oscars, and the Grammies? Well, these awards are closer to the Raspberries . . . more

Dewey Editorial Policy Committee Offers Annual Report for 2001 As surprising as it may be, the publication of edition 22 in June of 2003 looms just around the corner. The first meeting of 2002 will be the committee's last opportunity to give substantive input to the editors on the full schedules and tables. Work also continues on the fourteenth abridged edition, to be published in January 2004. . . more

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