Annual Conference Information
Atlanta Welcomes 2002 ALA Annual Conference
Schedule of ALCTS Meetings and Programs
ALCTS Preconferences and Programs
ALCTS President's Program for 2002 Announced
Orientation for New Leaders
Spectrum Institute for 2002 Announced
Volunteers Needed to Staff ALCTS Booth
Volunteer Reporters Sought to Summarize Programs
Election results: ALCTS 20022003 Officers
CAROL Clearinghouse Announced
ALCTS Leaders React to Proposal to Migrate ALA Handbook to Electronic Form
Send in Your Nomintaions for Worst Serial Title Change of the Year Awards
John Budd Wins Highsmith Library Literature Award
ALCTS Office Shares Its Sense of Humor with Members
Be an ALCTS Reporter and See Your Name in the Newsletter!
The ALCTS Newsletter Online editor is looking once again for members to write summary reports on our division's preconferences and programs for the fall newsletter. These summaries allow all members to benefit from the events our division is sponsoring at Annual Conference. Both veteran and novice reporters are encouraged to volunteer for these assignments. If youd like to be a reporter in Atlanta, heres what you need to do:
- Select a program or preconference from the
list of ALCTS programs in this issue.
- Send an e-mail message to the editor,
Miriam Palm, and indicate which event youd like to cover. Youll get a prompt reply to let you know if your program is available, but its a good idea to include alternate choices in case the one youre most interested in happens to be taken.
- Attend the program or preconference and take good notes!
- Write up a
brief report (three hundred words for programs, five hundred words for preconferences) including names of speakers, topics covered, and whatever other aspects you think important: major points of emphasis, conclusions reached, audience response, and so on.
- Send the report by e-mail (as either a message or attached file) to
no later than July 5, 2002.