[mla-nynj] Top 5 Reasons to Register for 3 By the Sea Meeting

Nancy Glassman glassman at aecom.yu.edu
Mon Aug 24 16:42:49 UTC 2009


Top 5 Reasons to Register for 3 By the Sea Meeting (Atlantic City, NJ --
October 5-8, 2009)

1. Network with chapter members from New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia,
and the Mid-Atlantic Region
2. Over 60 posters will be presented
3. Early Bird Registration Deadline is Wednesday August 26 and the early
bird rate for inclusive conference registration is $50 less than the
regular rate
4. Paying for the conference via a personal or institutional check--no
problem--the online registration form accommodates this--you get a
confirmation email after registering which you can provide your
institution--once your check is received, Gina Kaiser sends you a
confirmation email
5. Meeting backdrop: Lazy, hazy days of fun and sun at the Jersey shore

*Register online* at: http://www.acteva.com/go/3bythesea

Conference website: http://3bythesea.pbworks.com

If you have conference registration questions, contact Marie K. Saimbert
at saimbemk at umdnj.edu

But, wait. There's more!

Seats are still available in all eight CE classes. Full class
descriptions and more information:

http://3bythesea.pbworks.com/Continuing-Education

    * Hands-On Web 2.0 / Greg Notess, MLA, Professor and Reference
      Librarian, Montana State University Libraries, Bozeman, MT
    * Influencing & Negotiating Skills: How To Get People To Do What
      You Want / Lynne Waymon, co-founder/CEO of Contacts Count and
      the co-author of Make Your Contacts Count (NY, AMACOM, 2nd
      edition), consultant, Silver Spring, MD
    * PubMed for Experts / Arpita Bose, Exhibits, Consumer Health,
      Training, Promotional Materials Coordinator, NN/LM Mid-Atlantic
      Region; Sheila Snow-Croft, Outreach Education Coordinator, NN/LM
      Southeastern Atlantic Region
    * Measuring Your Impact: Using Evaluation for Library Advocacy /
      Sue Hunter, Planning and Evaluation Coordinator, NN/LM Middle
      Atlantic Region; *Cindy Olney*, evaluation specialist for the
      National Network of Libraries of Medicine Outreach Evaluation
      Resource Center (OERC)
    * Electronic Collection Development for Health and Medicine
      E-libraries / Diane Kovacs, Web Teacher, Kovacs Consulting
      Internet and Web Training
    * Developing and Negotiating License Agreements: Principles and
      Practices for Librarians / Rick Anderson, Associate Director
      for Scholarly Resources & Collections, Marriott Library,
      University of Utah, Salt Lake City
    * Librarians: Let’s Escape the Box / Diane G. Wolf, M.S.L.S.,
      AHIP, retired Associate Director, Medical Libraries, at the
      Christiana Care Health System in Delaware and independent library
      consultant
    * The Canny Consumer: Resources for Consumer Health
      Decision-Making / Terri Ottosen, Consumer Health Coordinator,
      NN/LM Southeastern Atlantic Region

*Breaking news*: the speaker at the Hospital Librarians Symposium was
just confirmed:
"The Magnet Journey: Partnership to Nursing Excellence"
Karen Drenkard, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN
Director, The Magnet Recognition Program
American Nurses Credentialing Center
Karen will focus on the collaboration of the hospital librarian with the
clinician and the librarian's support of their hospital's magney
journey. She is very enthusiastic about this opportunity to begin a more
direct dialog with hospital librarians.

Sincerely,
3 by the Sea Finance Committee

/This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds
from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health,
Department of Health and Human Services, under Contract No.
N01-LM-6-3502 under the University of Maryland, Baltimore.
/

-- 
Nancy Glassman, MLS, AHIP
Systems Librarian
D. Samuel Gottesman Library
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, NY  10461
(phone) 718-430-3108
(fax) 718-430-8795







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