Save the Date! Fall 2010 Meetings

Mark your calendars for NYCSLA’s fall 2010 meeting schedule! Spring 2011 event dates are coming soon and we’ll have more information at our very first meeting on September 28.

Tuesday, September 28th
New and returning members, please join us for our first general meeting of the year! Sign up to be a member or renew your membership and network with other New York City librarians. We will be hosting guest speakers in a library camp format on professional opportunities for librarians, including blogging, book reviewing, teaching, opportunities in professional organizations like ALA, NYLA, and NYCSLA, presenting at conferences, and more. We hope you’ll walk away from the first meeting energized about your career, with tips on how to share your personal expertise to contribute to the wide world of school librarianship.

Special guest speaker: Laura Lutz, blogger at Pinot and Prose!

Meeting details:
Tuesday, September 28
4:00-5:30 p.m.
PS 15 Roberto Clemente, 333 East 4th Street (between Ave. C and D), Manhattan
Library, 3rd floor, room 308
Host librarian: Lauren Soucy

Mark your calendars with these dates:

Tuesday, November 2
Visit us at our table at the fall conference and join us for a post-conference happy hour nearby!

Saturday, November 20
Olga Nesi, librarian at I.S. 281 Joseph Cavallaro, will conduct a workshop on using appeal terms in school library readers’ advisory based on her recent School Library Journal article.

Welcome back to another fantastic year!

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