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One of my poems will be featured

in the anthology below. Check it out!

Jonas Zdanys, editor,
      Pushing the Envelope: Epistolary Poems
This is a unique anthology of epistolary poetry—poems in the form of letters. 123 more words

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SLA: How YOU Doin'? Part 3: Fact, Fiction or Political Nuance? We Are Professionals?

My first posts about the SLA2014 conference in Vancouver focused on the environment, the business and more. What was interesting to me was that there was also an undercurrent of disquiet among a number of people who were either in leadership or had been in leadership positions at one time or other. 916 more words

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SLA: How YOU Doin'? Part 2: The Business Meeting That Wasn't

Business Meeting, Business Meeting – Where are you?

According to many sources and many of our own personal experiences, we know that the essential purpose of the annual business and membership meeting of an association is to comply with by-laws to show accountability for finances and services provided to the membership. 1,862 more words

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SLA2014: How YOU Doin'? Part 1 - general thoughts on the Vancouver conference

Yes I know it’s been a while since I last did a post. Well, here it goes! This is going to be split into a few posts because I’ve got a lot to put out there for contemplation and maybe reaction. 1,053 more words

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NCWIT 2014

The National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) celebrated its 10th anniversary this year at its annual summit. NCWIT’s goal is to increase women’s participation in computing and technology fields through high-visibility events and activities. 1,023 more words

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NCWIT 2014: Academic Alliance

The National Center for Women and Information Technology had its annual meeting in May 2014, and a big part of that included meetings of the Academic Alliance members. 763 more words

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NCWIT 2014: Pacesetters

Part of the mission of the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT) is to maintain a group of Pacesetters who seek to achieve quantified increases in women at their institutions through focused programs of recruitment, retention, and promotion.   421 more words

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