Reserve your place at our table and register for our 2015 conference, "A Place for Everyone at the Table". Early bird registration is available until Monday, March 30. The hotel rate will also increase after March 30, so save yourself some money and register today!
Nakia Joye Woodward, the senior clinical reference librarian at East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine Library, is a grant-getting wonder. Most of those grants are devoted to a singular mission: bringing health services to the rural Appalachians.
Head’s up to local authors! You’ll be happy to learn that the library will be hosting a monthly “Author Day” beginning April 28 in the Carol Darling Meeting Room. So, on the fourth Tuesday of every month thereafter, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., we invite local authors to come share their newly published books at an informal reception in this lovely central atrium of our facility. Patrons may ask questions and authors are encouraged to sign and sell their books. Come mingle and enjoy meeting your neig
A cadre of dedicated volunteers descended upon the warehouse at 406 N. Irish St. On March 16 to begin sorting donated books and other materials in preparation for the annual library book sale scheduled for April 30 and May 1-2, a news release says. The three-day sale is open to the public.
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — Nakia Woodward, senior clinical reference librarian at East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine Library, has been named one of Library Journal’s “2015 Movers and Shakers.”
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Thursday, 4/23, 3:10-4:00: a "Get Hired!" panel featuring librarians from public, academic, special, and school libraries who are responsible for hiring at their library. They will discuss how the hiring process works and what applicants should expect throughout the process. The panel will also answer questions from the audience. Questions may be submitted ahead of time to RichardPGroves@gmail.com to be asked anonymously.
Career Services will be available in Promenade 1 during each session time frame. These services include feedback and advice on resumes, cover letters, interviewing, applying, job searching, etc. Whether you want to overhaul your resume, apply for a job, or ask a question or two about networking to advance your career, come on by! You can schedule an appointment by contacting Sharon Holderman (firstname.lastname@example.org) or drop in during any session.
"... In 1985, Hall became the head of the reference library at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga. "It was wonderful work and a wonderful place to live. We enjoyed being in the deep south and loved the people there, many of whom are our friends to this day," Hall said..."
Middle Tennessee State University’s Center for Popular Music has completed a groundbreaking digitization project to launch its new American Vernacular Music Manuscripts website. Hundreds of American music manuscripts from the 1730s to 1910 are available online for the first time at http://popmusic.mtsu.edu/ManuscriptMusic.
"...t the same time, libraries are more important than ever to people who can't otherwise get connected: Nearly two-thirds provide the only free computer and Internet access in their communities, according to the American Library Association..."
"... In the right parlor, Donna Winders, president of the Friends of the Rhea Public Library, and Freda Reddick and Kathy Collins, library staff, talked to guests about membership in the Friends organization and the current programs sponsored by the library..."
Issue 65:1 of Tennessee Libraries is now available online at http://www.tnla.org/?page=TL65_1. The issue features articles from two UT SIS graduate students, Alexandria Quesenberry and Kim Woodring, as well as book reviews edited by Kathy Campbell and articles by TL technology columnist David Ratledge and TLA Intellectual Freedom Committee Co-Chair Anthony Prince.
Reminder: We will be publishing articles related to TLA Annual Conference presentations in the June issue (65:2). Please see the Call for Papers for more information on submissions: http://www.tnla.org/?33
The history of the Art Circle, which is included in "Cumberland County’s First Hundred Years," lists the charter members as being Mesdames H. R. Webb, W. H. Cother, C. E. Snodgrass, F. J. Upham, J. T. Snodgrass, Belle DeRossett, Ralph Robinson and Mrs. Mimi Dunbar. The president in 1956, when this local history was compiled, was Mrs. Lelah Martin.
NORTH JACKSON -- The local chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution presented certificates Thursday to three classes at the Bemis Montessori School of Jackson.Jackson-Madison Chapter NSDAR chapter regent Jan Bynum and chapter librarian Mandy Williams presented certificates to three classes of students.
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