Vol.20, No.2 / June 2009

Mary Beth Weber, Editor

Ready for Chicago? 2009 Annual Conference Preview

Preconferences, Programs & Forums

Membership Events

ALCTS 101: location changed | Who Owns Antiquity? | ALCTS presents at ALA Member Pavilion

Interest Group Events

Event schedules by date/ group

WiFi to be available throughout McCormick Place.

Features

My ALCTS Experience

Cheryl Kern-Simirenko

What's in a Name?

An Interview with Rutgers' Dean Schement

Google Books Settlement Update

News

From ALCTS

New IGs • CRG online membership meeting • Bloggers needed • Program proposals and papers sought • New title from ALCTS Publishing • Award recipients • 2009 Election results

From ALA

Virtual conference sessions • ALA Annual Report • AC09 Wiki Available • ALA Officer nominees sought

From the Profession

OCLC events at Annual • WDL debuts • New digital curation blog • Calls for papers • Scribd store opens

Tell Us about Your Newsletter

Online survey has been prepared to get your opinion on ANO. | Go Now

All things must change, as must this very newsletter. In hopes of making it exceed member needs and expectations, Editor Mary Beth Weber and project assistant Christine Ross ask that you complete the online survey. The polls will close after Labor Day, so please get your responses in before summer is gone. You may also contact Mary Beth Weber directly via email.

Vol.20, No.2 / June 2009

Letters from ALCTS

From the Editor

Annual in Chicago: There is something for everyone, and it will be hard for me to pick between the offerings. I am continually amazed by the excellent programs organized by ALCTS members and the outstanding speakers they recruit. | MORE

From the President

With the end of my presidential year fast approaching, it is time to reflect on past activities, achievements, and challenges and ponder expectations for the future. | MORE

From the Office

On September 20, 2009, I will have been working for ALCTS for ten years. For someone who thought three-year job stints were a long time, ten years looks like an infinity. | MORE

Looking Ahead: Calendar of Events