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LILRC Continuing Education Brochure January-June 2011 Now Available

The January-June 2011 LILRC sponsored continuing education programs are now available in an electronic version of the brochure here (in PDF format).  Please look for the printed version, which will be mailed very soon.

Guest speakers include:

  • Arlene Bielefield, Chairperson, Department of Information and Library Science, Southern Connecticut State University.  A member of the Committee on Legislation (COL) of the American Library Association, she chairs the COL Subcommittee on Intellectual Property. She is also the author, with Lawrence Cheeseman, of a number of books for Neal-Schuman including two on copyright and is presently finishing the manuscript on a new edition of a copyright book.
  • Joe Murphy, Science Librarian, Coordinator of Instruction & Technology, Yale University
  • John LeMasney, Manager of Technology Training, Rider University.  He is also Chair of the Ewing Township Website Committee, a mentor for the Team 2016 Ewing Robotics Team, a graduate student in Rider University’s Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership Program, and a devoted advocate of Open Source Software. John is a father, husband, artist, designer, poet, writer, technologist, manager, consultant and open source evangelist, living and working in New Jersey and beyond.
  • Deb Schmidle, Director, Research and Learning Services Olin/Uris Libraries, Cornell University

Be sure to visit the LILRC Continuing Education Calendar online at http://lilrc.org/calendars/cont_edcalendar.php for additional information on upcoming workshops.

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