ASERL members are invited to attend the third and last webinar in this series, "DOAJ at 20: Trusted," on the 7th of December at 14.00 UTC (9am ET/8am Central Time). This 90 minute webinar will have our four speakers, Judith Barnsby, Ivan Oransky, Ixchel Faniel and Dr Haseeb Irfanullah, discuss what it means to be trusted, […]
ASERL Member Representatives are called to attend the 2023 Fall Membership Meeting! The ASERL Board of Directors is pleased to invite our member deans and directors to participate in the Association’s 2023 Fall Membership Meeting on November 29-30 at University of Central Florida. The agenda includes many interesting sessions, options for our members to network […]
What's happening with resource sharing in ASERL and Kudzu? What challenges are ILL and resource sharing departments encountering these days? And what are the opportunities for collaborative action to help address these challenges? Come meet Visiting Program Officer for Resource Sharing Courtney Taulbee and the Resource Sharing Working Group as we discuss priorities for coming […]
Please join us with your thorniest copyright-related questions! Copyright experts from ASERL libraries are here to help. These sessions are not recorded to allow free-flowing exchange of ideas. REGISTER at https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUrcOGhrz0sG9ZHbDZwBv8ToZ0QQtQfJr4r Questions can be submitted anonymously in advance, if desired -- see https://forms.gle/HS6TwQidafxn2xJa7
All ASERL members who are attending the 2023 Charleston Library Conference are invited to meetup for an informal networking happy hour with colleagues. First drinks are on ASERL! We will gather at the Green Terrace rooftop bar at Ritual Charleston, 145 Calhoun Street, Charleston SC. Please join us!
"Hopefulness and cautious optimism You are not alone..BIPOC librarians struggle to stay in the profession..it’s normal. " As a follow up to popular series "Why I Left the Profession --DEI Perspective" --- "Why Do I Stay --The DEI Perspective" series is taking a closer look at resiliency and optimism in the face of […]
Join ASERL members and guests for an overview and refresher of the library talent management platform, Skilltype. Founder and CEO Tony Zanders will perform a live demonstration of the software that’s now in use by more than 150 libraries and several consortia today. Key use cases for research libraries and their consortia to […]
Please join us with your thorniest copyright-related questions! Copyright experts from ASERL libraries are here to help. These sessions are not recorded to allow free-flowing exchange of ideas. REGISTER at https://emory.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIldOCqrzsqG90s81GUCEvgGpASdBmfV0SN Questions can be submitted anonymously in advance, if desired -- see https://forms.gle/HS6TwQidafxn2xJa7
ASERL's Associate Dean/AUL Networking Group will discuss emerging issues around library security. People serving in AD/AUL roles in ASERL libraries should contact John Burger (email@example.com) for more information about how to participate in this session.
Please join us at the Accessibility Water Cooler with your questions, thoughts and ideas! Accessibility fans from ASERL libraries are here to share their thoughts and ideas. These sessions are not recorded to allow free-flowing exchange of ideas. REGISTER at https://ncsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYsf-itpz0iHdKfw51IqtwDJHvTKcYEZFCK Questions and topics can be submitted anonymously in advance via this Google form if […]
In Fall 2022, the E-Resources Management Working Group of the Triangle Research Libraries Network (TRLN) published a guide to negotiating accessibility with vendors. The writers of the guide will share their key takeaways from the guide, strategies for advocating for accessibility with vendors, and their next steps for keeping this document relevant and useful to […]
This event is hosted by the Digital Accessibility in Academic Libraries (DAAL), a community of practice within the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians (CAPAL), and not by the Library Accessibility Alliance. Any questions or comments related to the event should be directed to CAPAL-DAAG co-facilitators Mark Weiler, firstname.lastname@example.org or Aneta Kwak, email@example.com. The presenters […]
Summary: The next generation of students and library workers is purpose-driven with a global mindset. Not a monolith, they are the first generation to grow up without memory of a time before the internet. This generational snapshot will help academic librarians understand experiences and perspectives of our Gen Z students and team members. Panelists: Hilary […]