24:1 (2009:03) Committee Update: Continuing Education

March 18, 2009 at 4:52 pm | Posted in Continuing Education | Leave a comment


Valerie Bross, Co-Chair

[Ed. note: Excerpted from the January report to the Executive Board]

CEC Manual: Jayne Sappington completed an initial evaluation of documents from the former CEC Website. She is in the process of compiling a draft manual. Target date: March 1, 2009.

NASIG Regional Unconference at Kansas State University (Mar. 20, 2009): Organizer: Char Simser; CEC liaison: Steve Shadle. A Web site has been established for this event:
http://nasigunconference2009.wetpaint.com/.  Registration is now underway.

Getting Them and Keeping Them: Acquisitions and Other Challenges with Electronic Serials and Continuing Rresources (Academic Library Association of Ohio, Technical, Electronic, and Digital Services Interest Group: Apr. 24, 2009): Organizer: Kiffany Francis and Rocki Strader; CEC liaison, Jayne Sappington. Proposal approved in concept by the Executive Board on January 12, 2009. The board raised four issues that are in the process of being addressed.

It Takes a Community: the CLOCKSS Initiative (NETSL Program, Oct. 21, 2008): Organizer, Dodie Gaudet; CEC liaison, Clint Chamberlain. According to Dodie Gaudet, “The NELA conference was a great success. Vicky Reich’s program really added to the diversity of offerings from NETSL and, on behalf of the NETSL Executive Board, I want to thank you and NASIG for sponsoring her trip from California.”

Play Your Cards Right! E-resource Workshop at Mississippi State University (scheduled Aug. 7, 2008): Organizer, Patrick Carr; CEC liaison, Jill Grogg. Program took place as scheduled; reported by B. Jean Sibley in v.23:no.4 (2008:12) issue of the NASIG Newsletter.


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