Posted on April 10, 2017.
The Military Libraries Training Workshop (MLTW) is the major training opportunity provided by the Military Libraries Division (DMIL) of SLA.
MLTW 2017 will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Arlington, Virginia from Tuesday, December 5th through Thursday, December 7th, 2017. The Workshop Dinner will be at 6:00pm, Wednesday, December 6th, 2017.
Each day of MLTW will have its own theme.
Tuesday, December 5th – Exemplary Service
Wednesday, December 6th – Innovation
Thursday, December 7th – Leadership
We are especially happy to announce that we will have a seasoned panel of military librarian leaders for our Leadership day.
More updates will be forthcoming throughout the year. We will keep you informed.
Posted in Keeping Current, MLTW2017, slider, Students
Posted on November 22, 2016.
The Programming Committee of the Military Librarians Training Workshop (MLTW) 2017 is looking for volunteers.
MLTW is the major training opportunity provided by the Military Libraries Division (DMIL) of SLA. You may remember it under its former name, the Military Libraries Workshop (MLW).
The Programming Committee is responsible for ensuring that MLTW sessions are pertinent and worthwhile. We are actively looking to expand the representation of different kinds of Military Librarians on the Programming Committee. Technical, MWR, Medical, and Academic Librarians from every branch of the Military are welcome.
MLTW 2017 will be at the DoubleTree Hotel in Arlington, Virginia from Tuesday, December 5th through Thursday, December 7th, 2017.
Please respond to Travis Ferrell by Friday, December 09, 2016 if you are interested. The e-mail to use is email@example.com
Posted in MLTW2017
Posted on November 15, 2016.
Greetings to the members of the SLA Military Libraries Division, from Michael Moore, Strategic Planning committee chair and acting Membership committee chair:
Thank you for choosing to be a member of the Military Libraries Division (DMIL)! I benefit from my membership in DMIL by learning about the diverse military libraries across the USA and around the world, and by finding out about success stories other DMIL members have shared. I expect that DMIL has provided value to you, and I hope that the officers and members of DMIL can work together to provide increased value to you in the future.
With the help of DMIL Chair-Elect Rebecca Kammerer, former Membership Committee Chair Jill Lynch, and with the advice of DMIL officers and members over the course of my time as a DMIL Board member, I have created a survey to help understand the value you see in DMIL, and the value you want to get from DMIL.
Here is the link to the DMIL/MLTW Survey in the DMIL members only part of SLA Connect (SLA Connect login required):
The results of this survey will help DMIL officers and members plan programming, identify priorities, and plan for the future of the Division.
It should take about five minutes, though I hope you will take the time to think about the open-ended questions and tell us what you want and what you need.
We will be starting to mine your answers as they arrive, and the survey will be open through November 28.
Thank you – for contributing to the value of this survey by filling it out, and for contributing to the value of DMIL by participating!
Michael F. Moore
Posted in Features, MLTW2017