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IT Division Joe Ann Clifton Student Award 2015

1) Submissions are now being accepted for the 2015 Joe Ann Clifton Student Award from the IT Division of the Special Libraries Association (SLA). This award is intended to promote participation in the SLA Annual Conference by an exceptional library science student. The cash award includes a reimbursement for expenses to attend the SLA Annual Conference up to $1,500.

2) Submission Requirements

• The topic of the paper should pertain to the use of information technology. A paper which addresses a topic in a practical rather than a theoretical manner is preferred.

• Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited MLS or MIS program at the time of the award competition. Previous winners are not eligible for the award.

• Entries may be a paper which the applicant has written or is preparing for a class but has not been published. Only one paper per applicant will be accepted.

3) Submission Deadline

The deadline is March 6, 2015 (Friday). E-mail your paper to Helen Keil-Losch, IT Membership and Awards Chair, at SLA.DITE.Membership@gmail.com. Please include “SLA IT Student Award 2015” in the subject line.

For more details, please visit: http://it.sla.org/2015/01/apply-now-its-2015-student-award/

Thank you.

Kan Kin
IT Division Chair/SLA

Helen Keil-Losch
IT Membership and Awards Chair

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Call for Papers–‘Future Ready’ in Philadelphia at SLA 2011

CALL FOR PAPERS – “FUTURE READY” IN PHILADELPHIA AT SLA 2011

SLA CONTRIBUTED PAPERS


SLA is now accepting proposals for papers to be presented at the 2011 Annual Conference and INFO-EXPO to be held from 12-15 June 2011 in Philadelphia, Pa. This is your opportunity as a member of SLA to share your research and scholarship with your colleagues and peers.


Topics must be related to the conference theme of “Future Ready” or to one of the sub-themes –
“communicating value through strategic alignment”, “leveraging technology for innovation” and “using knowledge sharing to encourage collaboration”. Every SLA member is encouraged to submit an abstract. The proposals will be evaluated by a panel of SLA members in a blind review and the strongest will be selected for development into full papers with a completion date of 2 May 2011.


Requirements for Acceptance

Topics should be related to library science, information management, research or other issues related to client service, technology, or administration in special libraries. Proposals will be judged on their relevance to the conference theme, "Future Ready” or one of the subthemes mentioned above, as well on the strength of the ideas, quality of the writing and potential member interest.


Proposed papers must also meet these requirements:


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At least one author is a member of SLA

· At least one author commits to presenting the paper at the annual conference

· The proposal is received by the deadline

· The paper has not been published in or submitted to any other publication or conference planning group

· The author (and any co-authors) must be willing to sign a copyright assignment form that will permit SLA to use the paper in various formats


Deadlines


13 December 2010.
Proposals due. Submit an abstract of your paper via e-mail to Martha Foote at
mfoote@libraryco.ca. Abstracts should be between 250 and 300 words in length, or roughly one page in 12 point text.
17 January 2011.
Notification. All applicants will be notified of the committee’s decision and those with the strongest proposals will be invited to develop them into full papers.
2 May 2011.
Papers due. Authors submit their completed papers and copyright assignments to SLA.
12-15 June 2011.
Conference presentation. Authors will deliver a 15-minute presentation of their papers with three or four colleagues during a 90-minute Contributed Papers session.


More information about the 2011 conference is available at
http://www.sla.org/content/Events/conference/ac2011/index.cfm

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DC SLA Hospitality wiki on things to do in Washington, DC during the Annual Conference

The blooms on our cherry blossom trees marks our shift to spring in the DC
area. We look forward to you coming to celebrate SLA's centennial year at
the annual conference in Washington, DC. We want to highlight some of what
our hospitality wiki has to offer:
 
— SLA's selected conference hotels including an ability to locate
roommates to help reduce conference costs
 
— Information on getting to and around DC
 
— Museums, tours, & attractions including special offerings for SLA
members only from Our Kids as well as quick breaks and excursions
 
— Favorite "Washington Eats"
 
— 12 virtual library tours illustration the wonderful collections
managed by DC-area libraries
 
 
We hope you enjoy this collection of resources the local DC/SLA chapter
members pulled together for you!
 
Thank you,
Karen Huffman
DC/SLA Chapter Local Area Communications
Hospitality Wiki Coordinator & Developer

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"Balance for Oil, Imbalance for LNG?" (recorded webcast) Center for Strategic & International Studies

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"The CSIS Energy and National Security Program is pleased to host Fereidun Fesharaki, Founder and Chairman of FGE, for a presentation and discussion on the current state of global oil and gas markets, one balancing as the other appears to tip toward imbalance.

Oil markets are struggling to reach a balance, and with robust demand growth and continued OPEC cutbacks, a balance might be reached in the 2017/2018 period. LNG markets are facing a prolonged period of imbalance, perhaps through about 2023, before a balance can be reached. While many advocate new U.S. LNG projects, around 50% of the projects currently under construction have still not been sold to end users.

Dr. Fesharaki's work is recognized worldwide for pioneering oil and gas market analysis since the early 1980s. Born in Iran, he received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Surrey in England. He then completed a visiting fellowship at Harvard University’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies. He joined the East West Center in 1979, where he led the Energy program for two decades. FGE offices are spread around the world in 8 locations with heavy emphasis on Asia and the Middle East.
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