We had a great time celebrating this year’s accomplishments at Clinton Hall in downtown Manhattan. Thank you to everyone who made it to event! Congratulations to our library trivia winner, Barbara Hull!
We’ve already started planning for next school year’s events! If you haven’t filled out our end of year survey yet, please take a moment to share your thoughts: https://goo.gl/forms/PdTpAqn2ZfDEPDNR2
Have a wonderful summer!
Join the Office of Library Services, NYC School Library Association, and Kapco for a hands-on workshop designed to demonstrate quick and easy techniques for extending shelf life of your school library’s collection. Prevention is the key, but specific, common repairs (re-inserting loose pages, broken spines, torn header caps, ripped and torn pages) will also be addressed.
Each participant is asked to bring: one or two paperback books, preferably new or like-new, to demonstrate covering techniques; a hardbound book with a book jacket to demonstrate application of book jacket covers; a stapled book or magazine; one hardbound book that needs repair and a “naked” hardbound book (i.e., a hardbound book that does NOT have a book jacket cover).
Each participant will be provided with a FREE sample packet of materials!
There will also be a drawing for a Deluxe Paperback Protection Kit, as well as other giveaways!
Register HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/book-repair-basics-kapco-and-mylar-and-book-tape-oh-my-tickets-30954108572
Please join us on Wednesday, January 11th, at 4:30pm at The Malt House in Greenwich Village for an evening filled with food, drinks, networking, and fun! Our annual Holiday/New Year Party will be sponsored by Bound to Stay Bound Books.
All NYCSLA members are invited to attend.
It isn’t too late to join! If you’d like to be part of an organization that champions New York City school library professionals, please join us! Please bring cash or a check made out for $25 to cover the annual dues.
NYCSLA had a very successful first meeting on October 6th at Proper West in Midtown, Manhattan. In addition to the fun we had catching up with each other and sharing new ideas, we were joined by representatives from MyLibraryNYC and Monica Burns, who is the author of the blog, ClassTechTips.com.
We hope to see many more members at our second meeting/holiday party, which will be held the first week in January. We will send out an email in December with information regarding the date and venue.
It isn’t too late to join! Check out our Membership page to learn more!
Congratulations to Barbara Hull, our Demco gift card winner!
Thank you to all who have attended our first two meetings this year! Our first meeting in October focused on partnering with our public libraries. Three wonderful outreach librarians from our three public library systems came out to speak with us about the services that they offer to schools. It was an excellent learning and networking experience for all who attended!
In December, we held our holiday happy hour at Lillie’s Victorian Establishment near Union Square. It was a wonderful networking opportunity for both old and new librarians. We were happy to see such a nice turnout and celebrate the holidays with our fellow librarians! It was especially nice to see some new faces, and we hope that you all continue to attend our meetings!
Our next meeting will be in February, so be on the lookout for more information in the new year. Happy Holidays and a restful Winter Break to all of our members, we are so lucky to have you all as such an important part of our organization!
We hope to see you all on Thursday October 29th, 2015 for our first NYCSLA meeting of the school year! The meeting will be held at the Grand Central Branch of the NYPL, beginning at 4:15. The topic will be partnering with your public library. Don’t forget to join NYCSLA before you attend by visiting our membership page and filling out the online application. You can bring your dues in the form of cash or check made out to NYCSLA to the meeting.
Please RSVP to this meeting by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you there!