By Deena Adelman, DC/SLA President Spring is here, the cherry blossoms will be arriving soon, and DC/SLA programming is in full bloom! Winter provided us with an opportunity for introspection, and spring is a great time to put our realizations and plans into motion. If career development and connections are part of your goals, I […]
Posted on March 12, 2015.
You may be aware that DC/SLA is one of the most active chapters in SLA. How active? Our members make up half of the candidates on this year’s SLA Board of Directors Election ballot, if that gives you a sense. If you haven’t met these very active members in the past, introduce yourself when you next see […]
Posted on March 11, 2015.
By Laura Choyce Four winters ago, I moved to DC from Atlanta to start my first professional library job. Despite moving from a large southern city with abysmal traffic to another large (somewhat) southern city with abysmal traffic, it was quite an adjustment. Arriving with a plastic ice scraper and light pea coat to my […]
Posted on March 5, 2015.
There have been a couple of tours of the Federal Reserve Research Library recently, one of which was organized by the Catholic University of America Student Chapter of SLA. CUA student Colleen Funkhouser wrote up a recap of the tour, describing what she learned about the roles of the librarians there. You can read Colleen’s post […]
Posted on February 28, 2015.
Join in the 75th Celebration of the award winning film “Grapes of Wrath” (1940) by joining DC/SLAers at the Packard Campus Theater of the National AV Conservation Center of the Library of Congress in Culpeper, VA for a FREE showing on Saturday, March 14, 2015. Carpool from the Vienna METRO, South Side, at the end […]
Posted on February 22, 2015.
Photos and write-up by Carol Abrams The rare book librarian at the National Gallery of Art shared some of his collection’s gems with members of the Washington Rare Book Group, who graciously included me in their visit. Thanks to librarian Yuri Long’s hospitality, we saw books handmade by artists, books designed by photographers such as […]
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Reminder! Tomorrow's Lunchtime Tour of Library of Congress: Part II: Hispanic and European Language Collns and Rooms. dc.sla.org/events/?ee=341
Mid-week slump? Join us for DC/SLA Happy Hour tonight at Capitol City Brewing Co. Let us know you'll be there: dc.sla.org/events/?ee=330
Skills Gaps-What's an Info Pro To Do?Join us for night advice from info pro experts. March 31, 5:30-8:30pm. Info here:dc.sla.org/events/?ee=325