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June 11, 2004

Town Hall Meeting on the Future of Library Education in Georgia

[Note: this is the text of a notice I received on one of my listservs.]

There will be a town hall meeting on the FUTURE OF LIBRARY EDUCATION IN GEORGIA on Tuesday, July 27, 2004 at 6:30 pm at AFPL Auburn Avenue Research Library. (Parking is free in "Reserved" marked spaces)

Participants of this town hall meeting will include members of Atlanta Law Librarians Association (ALLA); Georgia Library Association (GLA); Metro Atlanta Library Association (MALA); Special Libraries Association (SLA), Clark Atlanta University SLIS Faculty and Valdosta State MLIS Faculty.

We will start with short statements by presidents of the associations, CAU-SLIS faculty and Valdosta MLIS faculty.

The purpose of this meeting is to have broader discussions on the future of library education in Georgia. All librarians in Georgia are invited to participate.

DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. YOUR INPUT IS VERY IMPORTANT!!

Directions: http://www.af.public.lib.ga.us/aarl/hours_directions_phones.html

Yours, &c., LC | 01:18 PM | Librariana | Comments (1)

Comments

For some reason (inexplicable of course), these song lyrics are running round my head now:

"Rainy night it Georgia,
Such a rainy night in Georgia,
Seems to me that it's raining all over the world.
Could it be it's raining all over the world?"

Totally bemused as to why library education makes me think about rain ... anyone up for Ark-building???

Posted by: Annie at June 12, 2004 05:05 AM