BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//CLRC - ECPv5.4.0.1//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:CLRC X-ORIGINAL-URL:https://clrc.org X-WR-CALDESC:Events for CLRC BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:America/New_York BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0400 TZNAME:EDT DTSTART:20180311T070000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0400 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 TZNAME:EST DTSTART:20181104T060000 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT TZOFFSETFROM:-0500 TZOFFSETTO:-0400 TZNAME:EDT DTSTART:20190310T070000 END:DAYLIGHT BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:-0400 TZOFFSETTO:-0500 TZNAME:EST DTSTART:20191103T060000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20181105T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20181105T111500 DTSTAMP:20210308T183434 CREATED:20181105T171606Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181105T171606Z UID:45982-1541404800-1541416500@clrc.org SUMMARY:Workshop: We’ve Got the Numbers! DESCRIPTION:The Census Bureau will be providing two workshops at the CLRC office to help us learn more about how to use census data! Both workshops will be offered on Wednesday\, November 28. Attend just one or both\, it’s your choice! \nUnderstanding\, Finding\, and Constructing Tables from Census Data\, 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.\nWorkshop Description:  \nThis workshop is divided into three sections: (1) An introduction that describes the difference between Census (Decennial) data and American Community Survey Statistics–a survey that has deep demographics\, (2) How to search for data\, interpret the different tables\, change their set-up\, and download or email the data\, and (3) Exercises will be given to those in the audience so that they may practice creating their own tables. \nMaps: Understanding\, Finding\, and Constructing Maps Using the Census Portal\, 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.\nWorkshop Description: \nThis workshop\, somewhat of a continuation from the first session\, is divided into three sections: (1) An introduction that describes the difference between Census (Decennial) data and American Community Survey Statistics–a survey that has deep demographics\, (2) How to search for data\, understanding map category breakouts\, and using the Census portal to customize your own map\, and (3) Exercises will be given to those in the audience so that they may practice. \nAbout the Presenter: \nDavid Kraiker has worked for the Census Bureau for 22 years – first as a Geographer and\, more recently\, in Data Dissemination. He travels around New York state giving workshops and presentations that are Census data-related. He holds a BA from Clark University and a MSc from Rutgers-Newark University. David resides in Northern NJ with his wife and children. \n  \n  \nPlease be sure to double check your registration below. There are multiple options. URL:https://clrc.org/event/workshop-weve-got-the-numbers/ LOCATION:CLRC\, 5710 Commons Park Drive\, East Syracuse\, NY\, 13057\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20181127T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20181127T120000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183434 CREATED:20181105T165613Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181105T165613Z UID:45975-1543316400-1543320000@clrc.org SUMMARY:Webinar: Online Security – It’s About More than Passwords DESCRIPTION:Webinar Description: \nAre you hesitant when it comes to passwords\, logins\, and security? Unsure how to handle that odd-looking email? Want to know more about why you received a suspicious email? This session will touch on basic cybersecurity tips for passwords and emails. After this session\, attendees will appreciate the need for authentication online and be more aware of email and password issues and how best to handle them. \nAbout the Presenter: \nDenise A. Garofalo is currently the Associate Librarian for Systems and Catalog Services at Mount Saint Mary College. Prior to joining the Mount Saint Mary College community\, Denise held technology or cataloging positions in special\, school\, academic\, and public libraries\, as well as with library consortia. She has consulted with librarians on technology\, information processing\, and digitization projects. Denise has made presentations at library conferences\, workshops\, and webinars on topics from metadata and information literacy to cataloging and cybersecurity. She reviews for Library Journal and writes a column for the Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. \nAbout ENY/ACRL: \nThis webinar is being presented in collaboration with the Eastern New York Association of College & Research Libraries Chapter. ENY/ACRL is one of the local chapters of the Association of College and Research Libraries\, a division of the American Library Association. Members represent private and public college and university libraries\, and special libraries in the Eastern New York region. ENY/ACRL follows the mission of its parent organization to “lead academic and research librarians and librarians in advancing learning and scholarship.” \n\n\nRegister Here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_YQWlSjK4TemE2TZ508LR5Q? URL:https://clrc.org/event/webinar-online-security-its-about-more-than-passwords/ LOCATION:United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20181128T160000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20181128T173000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181105T172008Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181105T172008Z UID:45991-1543420800-1543426200@clrc.org SUMMARY:Special Interest Group: Calling All Maker Enthusiasts! DESCRIPTION:Calling All Maker Enthusiasts!\nWe are looking to bring together Maker enthuasiasts in Central New York to form a Special Interest Group (SIG). Come join us on Wednesday\, November 28 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Fayetteville Free Library to show your latest projects and discoveries! While there take a tour of the library’s Fab Lab and enjoy a brief presentation by Mike Cimino\, Director of STEAM and Making. \nPizza and refreshments will be provided. Registration is required. URL:https://clrc.org/event/special-interest-group-calling-all-maker-enthusiasts/ LOCATION:United States ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20181205T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20181205T100000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181202T202312Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181203T034334Z UID:47379-1544004000-1544004000@clrc.org SUMMARY:Workshop: Narcan Training DESCRIPTION:Learn to Save a Life \nFree Narcan Training \n\nAll are Welcome\nBecome a NYS certified Opioid Overdose Responder\nLearn how to recognize an opioid Overdose\nLearn how to administer Narcan to save a life\nAccess to Narcan kits provided URL:https://clrc.org/event/workshop-narcan-training/ LOCATION:Mid York Library System\, 1600 Lincoln Ave\, Utica\, NY\, 13502\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20181207T083000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20181207T083000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181202T202312Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181203T034714Z UID:47380-1544171400-1544171400@clrc.org SUMMARY:2018 Legislative Breakfast - Eastern Region DESCRIPTION:Breakfast and networking in the Information Technology Building Lobby\, 2nd Floor \nLegislator Speed Dating Event in room IT 225. URL:https://clrc.org/event/2018-legislative-breakfast-eastern-region/ LOCATION:Mohawk Valley Community College\, 1101 Sherman Drive\, Utica\, NY\, 13501\, United States CATEGORIES:Advocacy END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20181214T083000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20181214T083000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181202T202312Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181203T034955Z UID:47381-1544776200-1544776200@clrc.org SUMMARY:2018 Legislative Breakfast - Western Region DESCRIPTION:Event to be held in the school library. \nVisitors must show ID at the front desk. URL:https://clrc.org/event/2018-legislative-breakfast-western-region/ LOCATION:Pine Grove Middle School\, 101 Spartan Way\, East Syracuse\, NY\, 13507\, United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20181220T143000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20181220T143000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181202T202312Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181213T195723Z UID:47382-1545316200-1545316200@clrc.org SUMMARY:Webinar Viewing Party & Discussion: Working with Individuals Affected by Homelessness DESCRIPTION:Join us at the CLRC Office for a Webinar Viewing Party followed by a discussion with a representative of the Housing & Homeless Coalition of Central New York! \nWebinar Description: \nWorking with Individuals Affected by Homelessness: An Empathy Driven Approach – Individuals experiencing homelessness represent a large protion of patrons in many libraries today. In this 60-minute workshop\, Ryan Dowd\, author of The Librarian’s Guide to Homelessness: An Empathy-Driven Approach to Solving Problems\, provides you with a greater understanding of patrons affected by homelessness and their communication styles. You’ll learn how to implement empathy-driven enforcement\, an approach originally developed in homeless shelters that can help you effective work with community members affected by homelessness. Dowd also shares practical tactics that can help you resolve problems in challenging situations. You’ll leave with concrete strategies you can use immediately\, including body language\, tips\, communication styles and techniques\, and more. \nAbout the Presenter: \nSarah Schutt is currently the Homeless Management Information System Administrator for the Housing and Homeless Coalition (HHC) of Central New York and has worked in this position since December of 2015.  The HHC acts as the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Continuum of Care for a Onondaga\, Oswego and Cayuga Counties.  Their mission is to assess community needs and to develop a comprehensive community strategy to reduce\, prevent and ultimately end homelessness and housing vulnerability in our community.  Prior to this Sarah was at The Salvation Army Syracuse Area Services for over 8 years working with runaway and homeless youth\, specifically with those who suffer with mental health and substance abuse issues.  In her over 18 years of experience working in human services she holds a special passion for working with youth\, especially being a mother of 2. \nSarah is currently the Board Chair for It’s About Childhood & Family\, Inc.\, which is a not-for-profit clinical and resource center dedicated to enhancing the quality of childhood and family life in our communities. Their goal is to empower families to develop independence in handling life’s struggles.  She also sits on the Board of Directors for Chittenango Pop Warner and is an active member of her community. \nAbout the Housing & Homeless Coalition of Central New York: \nThe Housing and Homeless Coalition of Central New York (HHC) serves the City of Syracuse\, the County of Onondaga\, the City of Auburn\, the County of Cayuga\, and the County of Oswego. They serve as the community coalition to address homelessness and housing vulnerability. They are the organized body of informal networking and formal linkages between homeless services providers and other public and private human service providers. They work with and for the homeless and formerly homeless or other interested consumers and stakeholders. \nThe mission of the HHC is to assess community needs and to develop a comprehensive community strategy to combat homelessness and housing vulnerability in our community. URL:https://clrc.org/event/webinar-viewing-party-discussion-working-with-individuals-affected-by-homelessness/ LOCATION:United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Featured Speaker,Webinar Viewing Party END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190114T143000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190114T160000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181211T150654Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190109T204031Z UID:47850-1547476200-1547481600@clrc.org SUMMARY:Webinar Viewing Party: Catching Up with Technology DESCRIPTION:Join us at the MidYork Library System’s Office for a webinar viewing party! \nWebinar Description: \nTechnology is constantly changing – so much so that it can be difficult to keep up. What did you miss during the past year? Are there certain technological bandwagons you should be ready to jump on in the coming year or some you should avoid? This course will discuss emerging technology trends\, identify ways for libraries to engage with new technology\, and discuss evaluating which technology trends are best for your library. \nLearning Objections: \n\nDiscuss changes in technology\nIdentify emerging technology trends\nDiscuss engaging with new technology\nEvaluate technology trends\n\nThis webinar is courtesy of Amigos Library Services. URL:https://clrc.org/event/viewing-party-technology/ LOCATION:Mid York Library System\, 1600 Lincoln Ave\, Utica\, NY\, 13502\, United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Webinar Viewing Party ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/cloud-computing-1989339_1280.png ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190118T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190118T123000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181204T203911Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190109T161839Z UID:47586-1547809200-1547814600@clrc.org SUMMARY:Webinar: 15+ Free Technologies for Libraries with Ellyssa Kroski DESCRIPTION:Webinar Description: \nLibraries are continually faced with the challenge of making the most of their budgets while progressively increasing efficiency and library services. Learn about the benefits of many different types of free software and open source applications to improve your internal operations\, market library services\, and encourage staff collaboration. Find out what types of free applications are available for electronic resources management (ERM)\, private intranets\, reference statistics tracking\, email management\, and more in this informative session! \nAbout the Presenter: \nEllyssa Kroski is the Director of Information Technology at the New York Law Institute as well as an award-winning editor and author of 36 books including Law Librarianship in the Digital Age for which she won the AALL’s 2014 Joseph L. Andrews Legal Literature Award. Her ten-book technology series\, The Tech Set\, won the ALA’s Best Book in Library Literature Award in 2011. She is a librarian\, an adjunct faculty member at Drexel and San Jose State University\, and an international conference speaker. She has just been named the winner of the 2017 Library Hi Tech Award from the ALA/LITA for her long-term contributions in the area of Library and Information Science technology and its application. She can be found at: https://www.amazon.com/Ellyssa-Kroski/e/B001JS00BQ \nRegister Now \n  URL:https://clrc.org/event/webinar-15-free-technologies-for-libraries-with-ellyssa-kroski/ LOCATION:United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Webinar ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/11819-Webinar-Rectangle.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190204T143000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190204T160000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181218T192704Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190117T210158Z UID:48163-1549290600-1549296000@clrc.org SUMMARY:Webinar Viewing Party: Generation Z - Libraries and the Post-Millennial Generation DESCRIPTION:Join us at the Fayetteville Free Library for a webinar viewing party! \nWebinar Description:  \nWe’ve all heard about Millennials\, but what do we know about the next generation\, Generation Z? According to the American Marketing Association\, Generation Z\, or those born at the dawn of the 21st century\, are just now starting to enter college and the workforce. How can we prepare to meet these new users or tailor our services to their needs? \nIn this hour-long session we will explore the characteristics and demographics of Generation Z\, focusing on education and leadership. We will brainstorm and discuss ways libraries can provide services and programs tailored to this group and other tips for library managers who will be supervising Generation Z staff. \nLearning Objectives: \n\nUnderstand the demographics and characteristics of Generation Z\nDevelop library programs and services tailored to Generation Z patrons\nDevelop strategies for managing Generation Z library staff\n\nThis webinar is courtesy of Amigos Library Services. URL:https://clrc.org/event/viewing-party-gen-z/ LOCATION:Fayetteville Free Library\, 300 Orchard St.\, Fayetteville\, NY\, 13066\, United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Webinar Viewing Party ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Generation-Z-Image-Long.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190207T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190207T110000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181220T192603Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181221T165710Z UID:48249-1549533600-1549537200@clrc.org SUMMARY:Webinar: Archival Q&A with DHPSNY (hosted by NNYLN) DESCRIPTION:Anastasia Matijkiw\, Program Coordinator and Amelia Parks\, Archives Specialist from Documentary Heritage Preservation Services of New York (DHPSNY) will present a Q&A session for those interested in learning more about DHPSNY as well as field-specific archival questions and best practices. Please submit your question ahead of time via this Google Form and tune in on February 7\, 2019\, to discover the answers to not only yours but concerns from others. \nThis program is free and open to NNYLN and ESLN members. \nRegister @ NNYLN URL:https://clrc.org/event/webinar-archival-qa-with-dhpsny/ LOCATION:United States CATEGORIES:Webinar END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190208T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190208T120000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20190104T142438Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190104T142438Z UID:48617-1549620000-1549627200@clrc.org SUMMARY:Library Advocacy Workshop: What You Should Know - Syracuse DESCRIPTION:Wonder what goes on behind the scenes in Albany when it comes to advocating for library funding? \nDo you struggle for that perfect “elevator speech” when speaking to legislators about your library’s needs? \nWant to gain some tips and tricks before you head to Albany on February 27? \nJoin us for a workshop to prepare yourself for any meet-up with local\, regional and national representatives. \nPresenter:\n\nMike Neppl is the Director of Government Relations and Advocacy General Counsel for the New York Library Association (NYLA)\, advocating for NYS libraries’ funding and support. URL:https://clrc.org/event/library-advocacy-workshop-what-you-should-know-syracuse/ LOCATION:CLRC\, 5710 Commons Park Drive\, East Syracuse\, NY\, 13057\, United States CATEGORIES:Advocacy END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190208T140000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190208T160000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20190104T142238Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190104T142238Z UID:48624-1549634400-1549641600@clrc.org SUMMARY:Library Advocacy Workshop: What You Should Know - Utica DESCRIPTION:Wonder what goes on behind the scenes in Albany when it comes to advocating for library funding? \nDo you struggle for that perfect “elevator speech” when speaking to legislators about your library’s needs? \nWant to gain some tips and tricks before you head to Albany on February 27? \nJoin us for a workshop to prepare yourself for any meet-up with local\, regional and national representatives. \nPresenter:\n\nMike Neppl is the Director of Government Relations and Advocacy General Counsel for the New York Library Association (NYLA)\, advocating for NYS libraries’ funding and support. URL:https://clrc.org/event/library-advocacy-workshop-what-you-should-know-utica/ LOCATION:United States CATEGORIES:Advocacy END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190213T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190213T110000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20181210T161221Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181213T150455Z UID:47779-1550052000-1550055600@clrc.org SUMMARY:Workshop: Narcan Training DESCRIPTION:Learn to save a life with FREE Narcan Training! \nAll are welcome to become New York State certified Opioid Overdose Responders. You’ll learn how to recognize an opioid overdose and how to administer Narcan to save a life. Access to Narcan kits will be provided! \nThe training will be provided by an experienced Overdose Prevention Coordinator from ACR Health. URL:https://clrc.org/event/workshop-narcan-training-2/ LOCATION:United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Workshop ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Copy-of-Narcan-Training.png ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190227T063000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190227T173000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20190104T152825Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190219T155538Z UID:48670-1551249000-1551288600@clrc.org SUMMARY:Library Advocacy Day in Albany - February 27 DESCRIPTION:Library staff\, supporters and friends\nMeet with your regional legislators\nSpeak out for library funding \nCLRC is chartering a bus to Albany with multiple pick-up locations along the Thruway and has scheduled appointments with regional Assemblymembers and Senators. \nSchedule: (subject to change)\n* 6:30 am – leave CLRC office \n* 7:20 – pickup at North Utica Shopping Center on Auert Ave \n* 7:40 – Pickup at Herkimer Thruway Exit Park and Ride \n* 7:50 – Pickup at Little Falls Thruway Exit Park and Ride \n* 9:10 – Arrive at State Capitol \n* Morning appointments with legislators\n 9:30 – Senator Antonacci and Assemblymember Blankenbush\n 10:00 – Assemblymembers Salka and Stirpe\n 10:30 – Assemblymembers Buttenschon and Hunter\n 11:00 – Senator Tedisco and Assemblymember Magnarelli\n 11:30 – Senator Griffo and Assemblymembers Miller and Finch \n* 12:00 pm – NYLA rally and lunch on your own \n* Afternoon appointments with legislators\n 1:00 – Senator Seward and Assemblymember Smullen\n 1:30 – Assemblymember Barclay\n 2:00 – Senator May \n* 3:00 pm – leave Albany \n* 5:30 – arrive back at CLRC office\nCost for bus riders:\n$15 for advocates\n$10 for students\nSnacks and water bottles will be served on the bus. \nDriving yourself and meeting us there?\nPlease register (free) to receive an information packet. URL:https://clrc.org/event/library-advocacy-day-in-albany-february-27/ LOCATION:State Capitol\, Empire State Plaza\, Albany\, NY\, 12242\, United States CATEGORIES:Advocacy END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190228T110000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190228T170000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20190122T161555Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190206T143839Z UID:49434-1551351600-1551373200@clrc.org SUMMARY:Webinar Viewing Party: Open Doors - Reaching Underserved Populations Online Conference DESCRIPTION:Join us at the CLRC office or the MidYork Office for an all day Webinar Viewing Party! We’ll be watching the Amigos Library Services Online Conference\, Open Doors: Reaching Underserved Populations. Feel free to drop in and out as needed! \nWebinar Description:  \nAs librarians\, providing equitable access to all patrons should be a top priority. The patrons visiting our libraries should reflect the diversity of the communities we live in. Unfortunately\, there are many populations that go underserved. How can we broaden our reach to better serve all our community? Open Doors: Reaching Underserved Populations will explore methods and best practices for reaching an important part of your community. \nKicking off our conference is keynote speaker\, Dr. Michele Villagran\, consultant\, presenter\, and founder of CulturalCo LLC. Her keynote will explore how cultural intelligence makes a difference in the information profession and asks the question\, “are you culturally competent?” Throughout the rest of the day\, a variety of peers and experts will present on a diverse range of topics\, with each time slot offering three different programming options. \nCheck Out the Schedule! \n*When viewing the schedule please note the conference is held in the CST time zone. \nPlease note that although the venue is listed as the CLRC office this event is also being offered at the MidYork Library System Office at 1600 Lincoln Ave\, Utica\, NY 13502. Please choose the correct ticket below based on which location you plan to attend. \n  URL:https://clrc.org/event/viewing-party-open-doors/ LOCATION:United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Webinar Viewing Party ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/open_doors_logo.png ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190313T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190313T120000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20190131T170321Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190131T170321Z UID:49523-1552471200-1552478400@clrc.org SUMMARY:Workshop: Baby Sensory Play! DESCRIPTION:Join us at the Mid York Library System Office to learn more about Baby Sensory Play with Jennifer Preisser. \nWorkshop Description: \nEngage your littlest patrons with a program that incorporates the Early Literacy Skill of play. Play is an important part of child development\, specifically early literacy. This program will provide participants with instructions on how to implement a sensory program on any budget. Participants will know how to turn a dollar store pool noodle into several early literacy activities\, as well as hands-on sensory stations will be explored. \nGoals & Learning Outcomes: \nThe goal of this program is to educate participants on the importance of play as an early literacy skill and will include hands-on learning through a variety of sensory play stations. Attendees will leave with the knowledge on how to replicate a similar program on any size budget as well as how to turn a basic dollar store pool noodle into several simply sensory activites for baby. Participants will also make a sensory play item to take with them! \nPresenter Description: \nJennifer Preisser is a children’s librarians at the Greece Public Library in Rochester\, NY. Her specialty is programming for babies and toddlers. She is passionate about Play and literacy and enjoys trying new program ideas. Baby Sensory Play was developed to encourage the Early Literacy skill of Play for our littlest patrons! Inspiring Sensory Play was presented at the 2018 ALSC conference in Cincinnati\, Ohio. URL:https://clrc.org/event/workshop-baby-sensory-play/ LOCATION:Mid York Library System\, 1600 Lincoln Ave\, Utica\, NY\, 13502\, United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Workshop ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/playbox3.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190320T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190320T200000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20190208T194609Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190213T210153Z UID:50074-1553104800-1553112000@clrc.org SUMMARY:SIG: Early Career Professionals Meetup DESCRIPTION:Are you an Early Career Library & Information Professional? Then we want YOU to join CLRC’s Early Career Professionals Special Interest Group (SIG)! \nIn this group you’ll identify issues that are important to you as an early career professional as well as network and trade stories with other regional early career professionals. \nYou’re eligible for the ECP SIG if: \n\nyou’re in the first five (5) years of your library/information career and\nyou’re a CLRC or ESLN member (if your institution or parent insitution is a member\, so are you! Don’t hesitate to ask if you’re unsure).\n\nWe’ll be holding our first meetup of 2019 on Wednesday\, March 20 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Come eat some pizza\, meet new people\, and share your concerns as an early career professional! \nWe’re also looking for some people to give two to three minute informal lightning talks about either a career success or failure you’ve faced. Some examples could include an awesome professional development opportunity\, a program that didn’t quite live up to expectations\, great or horrible interactions with patrons\, etc. If you’re interested please make sure to indicate that in your RSVP! \nInterested in attending? Please click the button to complete the interest form (if you haven’t already) and RSVP below! \nECP SIG Interest Form URL:https://clrc.org/event/ecp-sig-meetup/ LOCATION:United States CATEGORIES:SIG Meeting ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/woman-1353825_1280.png END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190327T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190327T113000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183435 CREATED:20190307T192149Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190318T184753Z UID:50610-1553680800-1553686200@clrc.org SUMMARY:SIG: Digital Inclusion Coalition Meetup DESCRIPTION:Did you know that Syracuse is one of the top 10 worst-connected cities in the U.S.? Nearly 1/4 of households in Syracuse have no Internet access\, and communities across Central New York have averages ranging from 10-100%.\n\nThe digital divide—which is the economic\, educational\, and social inequalities between those who have computers and online access at home and those who do not—is very real in Central New York. Most library professionals are familiar with the challenges faced by those affected by the digital divide in conducting business\, accessing health information\, doing research\, looking for employment\, completing school assignments\, securing government services and even communicating on a day-to-day basis with friends and family.\n\n\n\nThe CNY Digital Inclusion Coalition is a new group seeking equitable Internet in the Central New York region. We want to create a unified voice in support of digital inclusion efforts in our region\, so that all individuals and communities in CNY have the information technology capacity needed for full participation in our society\, democracy and economy.\n\n\nWe welcome anyone from a library in the CNY region to join us for a meeting to discuss digital inclusion and the role libraries play in promoting it\, and to share ideas for moving forward with the CNY Digital Inclusion Coalition.\n\n\nMore info is on our website at onlinecny.org\nIf you cannot attend in person there will be a conference call option as well. Information will be provided prior to the meeting. Please RSVP accordingly below. URL:https://clrc.org/event/digital-inclusion-sig-march-meetup/ LOCATION:United States CATEGORIES:SIG Meeting ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/tablet-314153_640-long.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190327T173000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190327T193000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190123T151532Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190208T201205Z UID:49513-1553707800-1553715000@clrc.org SUMMARY:SIG: March Maker Meetup DESCRIPTION:Our March meeting of the Maker Special Interest Group will be “Making on a Shoestring Budget.” Pauline Lynch and Dennis Thoryk from the Ononondaga Community College Makerspace will share how they started a makerspace last year with limited funds and donations. \nThey will also provide a brief tour of the space. If anyone is interested in giving a brief presentation related to this theme please contact Pauline (shostacp@sunyocc.edu) so we can add your presentation to the agenda. URL:https://clrc.org/event/maker-sig-march-meeting/ LOCATION:Onondaga Community College – Coulter Hall – C116\, 4585 W Seneca Turnpike\, Syracuse\, NY\, 13215\, United States CATEGORIES:SIG Meeting ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/technology-2025795_640.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190411T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190411T153000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190315T184404Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190315T184807Z UID:50928-1554973200-1554996600@clrc.org SUMMARY:Brodsky Series for the Advancement of Library Conservation Lecture & Workshop DESCRIPTION:Deborah Lee Trupin\, textile and upholstery conservator\, will be leading this year’s Brodsky Series for the Advancement of Library Conservation lecture and workshop on Thursday\, April 11\, 2019. \nWorkshop: Textile Identification\, Inspection\, and Recommendations for Proper Housing and Treatment\n9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.\nAntje Bultmann Lemke Seminar Room\, Special Collections Research Center\, 6th Floor\, Bird Library \nLecture: A Tale of Two Flags: How History of Treatment and Ownership Affected Conservation Treatment of Two Early Nineteenth-Century American Flags\n2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m.\nPeter Graham Scholarly Commons\, 114 Bird Library \nThe lecture and workshop are open to the public\, however there is limited space available for the workshop; please RSVP to jschambe@syr.edu if you are interested in attending the workshop. \nDeborah Lee Trupin\, principal of Trupin Conservation Services\, has over 35 years of experience in textile conservation. From 1986 to 2015\, she was Textile and Upholstery Conservator for the New York State Office of Parks\, Recreation and Historic Preservation’s Bureau of Historic Sites (Peebles Island) in Waterford\, NY\, where she was responsible for the conservation of the textile and upholstery collections of the 35 state-run historic sites\, and supervised the New York State Battle Flag Preservation Project. She is an assistant adjunct professor in FIT’s Fashion and Textile Studies MA program. Her main interests in conservation include preventive conservation\, tapestries\, upholstered furniture\, flags\, historic house museum issues\, and the history of conversation/restoration. Trupin is a Fellow of the American Institute for Conversation and serves on their Board. \nThe event is the 2019 offering of the annual Brodsky Series for the Advancement of Library Conservation. The series is endowed through a generous gift by William J. ’65\, G’68\, and Joan Brodsky ’67\, G’68 of Chicago. Beginning in 2004\, the endowment has been used to sponsor programs that promote and advance knowledge of library conservation theory\, practice\, and application among wide audiences\, both on campus and in the region. Programs typically include lectures and workshops by prominent library conservators. \nFor more information regarding the event\, please visit: http://libnews.syr.edu/textile-conservator-deborah-lee-trupin-to-give-annual-brodsky-lecture-on-april-11-in-bird-library/ URL:https://clrc.org/event/brodsky-series-2019/ LOCATION:Syracuse University – Bird Library\, 222 Waverly Avenue\, Syracuse\, NY\, 13244\, United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Featured Speaker,Workshop END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190412T083000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190412T153000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190315T182902Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190315T182902Z UID:50903-1555057800-1555083000@clrc.org SUMMARY:UNYSLA Spring Conference 2019 DESCRIPTION:The Upstate New York Chapter of Special Libraries Association will be hosting… \nManaging Projects: Tales from the Trenches\nFriday April 12\, 2019\n8:30 am – 3:30 pm \nErie Canal Museum\n318 Erie Boulevard East\, Syracuse New York 13202 \nJoin colleagues for a day of sharing techniques and tools for success in managing projects. \nFor registration and more information: https://upstatenewyorksla.wixsite.com/springconference2019 \nPlease contact Virginia Young at youngv@upstate.edu with any questions! URL:https://clrc.org/event/unysla-spring-conference-2019/ LOCATION:Erie Canal Museum\, 318 Erie Boulevard East\, Syracuse\, NY\, 13202\, United States CATEGORIES:Conference ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/download-1.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190415T090000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190415T163000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190320T204009Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190320T204009Z UID:51054-1555318800-1555345800@clrc.org SUMMARY:Digital POWRR Workshop: A Practical Guide to Digital Preservation with Capital District Library Council DESCRIPTION:The nationally renowned Digital POWRR (Preserving digital Objects With Restricted Resources) program is coming to Albany! If you have felt overwhelmed by the prospect of preserving and maintaining your library’s digital material\, this is the program for you. \nThis course will take a practical approach to creating daily workflows that incorporate accessioning digital materials\, processing them\, and planning for their long-term preservation. The focus will be on low-cost and free tools and services. Each participant will be provided the opportunity to step through an entire digital preservation workflow\, using a provided sample data set\, allowing them to envision how a workflow can be set up and deployed locally based on their institutional needs and capabilities. \nPractitioners will use the open source tools Data Accessioner and Fixity as a part of the sample workflow. The focus of this session is on preservation\, not on providing access to or the scanning/digitization of materials. An introductory knowledge of digital preservation issues\, such as those covered in the Digital Preservation Coalition Handbook found here: http://dpconline.org/handbook\, is required. \nInstructors: Jaime Schumacher\, Digital POWRR Institute Consulting Instructor & Senior Director of Digital Collections & Scholarship at Northern Illinois Univesity Libraries; Stacey Jones Erdman\, Digital POWRR Institute Consulting Instructor & Digital Archivist at Beloit College. \nFor more information on POWRR\, visit https://digitalpowrr.niu.edu/. \nCost for this program is $45 for members of CDLC and other ESLN library councils and $60 for non-members. Cost includes lunch. \nAttendees should bring a laptop. CDLC has a very limited number of laptops to borrow. Contact Susan D’Entremont at susan@cdlc.org if you need to reserve a laptop. \nLearn More & Register URL:https://clrc.org/event/digital-powrr-cdlc/ LOCATION:CDLC\, 28 Essex Street\, Albany\, NY\, 12206\, United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190417T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190417T113000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190306T150424Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190416T184428Z UID:50545-1555495200-1555500600@clrc.org SUMMARY:Webinar: Using the Whole Book Approach DESCRIPTION:Join Simmons University professor and author\, Megan Dowd Lambert\, to learn how to shake up storytime in ways that that will affirm and empower children. We will be offering this program as a webinar but Mid York Library System will also be hosting a viewing party at their office! \nIf you are participating in the webinar only please register via Zoom using the button below. If you plan to attend the viewing party you do not need to register via Zoom but you do need to RSVP below the map on this page. \nIf you have any questions please email Rebecca Kluberdanz at rkluberdanz@clrc.org. \nWebinar Description: \nMegan will begin with an introduction to the Whole Book Approach\, a co-constructive (interactive) storytime model focused on the art and design of the picture book\, which she developed in association with The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. Drawing on her book\, Reading Picture Books with Children: How to Shake Up Storytime and Get Kids Talking About What They See (Charlesbridge 2015)\, Megan will provide attendees with tips and tools to create dynamic\, engaging shared reading experiences that put children and their responses to art\, text\, and design at the heart of storytime. \nThe next part of the session will address how the Whole Book Approach can support kids’ critical engagement with picture book representations of race\, class\, gender\, and other aspects of identity. Participants will gain insight into how to guide children to picture books with positive representations of diverse characters\, while also supporting them in resisting or reading against problematic\, biased content. \nAbout the Presenter: \nMegan Dowd Lambert (www.megandowdlambert.com)\, Senior Lecturer in Children’s Literature at Simmons University\, is the author of Reading Picture Books with Children: How to Shake Up Storytime and Get Kids Talking About What They See (Charlesbridge 2015)\, which introduces the Whole Book Approach to storytime that she developed in association with The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. She writes and reviews for Kirkus and the Horn Book\, and she received a 2016 Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Honor for her first picture book\, A Crow of His Own (Charlesbridge 2015\, illustrated by David Hyde Costello). Megan’s second title for young readers\, Real Sisters Pretend (Tilbury House 2016\, illustrated by Nicole Tadgell)\, was named a 2017 Notable Social Studies Trade Book for Young People and a Must Read title by the 17th Annual Massachusetts Book Awards\, and she is hard at work on several forthcoming titles for young readers. Megan’s life as the mother of seven children ages 1-21 in a multiracial\, queer\, adoptive\, blended family\, informs all of her work in Children’s Literature\, including her consultancies with groups such as OurShelves\, MERGE for Equality\, and Embrace Race. \nRegister Via Zoom \n  URL:https://clrc.org/event/whole-book-webinar/ LOCATION:Mid York Library System\, 1600 Lincoln Ave\, Utica\, NY\, 13502\, United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Webinar ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/desk-2906792_640-long.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190417T170000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190417T190000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190304T155535Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190304T163214Z UID:50525-1555520400-1555527600@clrc.org SUMMARY:Librarians' Night Out Presented by LISSA DESCRIPTION:Librarians’ Night Out is a networking opportunity for current LIS students and alumni. Come ready to enjoy good conversation\, light refreshments\, and a chance to win various door prizes! \nThis event is presented by the Library and Information Science Student Assembly (LISSA). \nPlease RSVP by April 1 via the website provided below. URL:https://clrc.org/event/lno-spring-2019/ LOCATION:Sitrus on the Hill\, The Sheraton\, 801 University Avenue\, Syracuse\, NY\, 13210\, United States CATEGORIES:Librarians' Night Out ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190423T160000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190423T170000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20181202T202316Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190312T141005Z UID:47384-1556035200-1556038800@clrc.org SUMMARY:Now More Than Ever: The Political Urgency of Community Archives DESCRIPTION:Peter Graham Scholarly Commons\, 114 Bird Library \nMichelle Caswell (University of California\, Los Angeles)\nSamip Mallick (South Asian American Digital Archive) \nStories have the powerful ability not only to chronicle the histories of communities\, but also to enable the cyclical nature of privilege and systemic oppression by the dominant cultures who disseminate them. In this talk\, Caswell and Mallick — co-founders of the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA) — explore how members of communities marginalized by white supremacy and heteropatriarchy imagine archives as potential sites of disruption of these oppressive cycles. \nCaswell and Mallick argue that archivists make more liberatory interventions in disrupting white supremacy and patriarchy in archival practice\, going beyond the standard solutions of diverse collecting and inclusive description. In so doing\, they will explore emerging examples from their own pedagogical and archival practices to illustrate possibilities for archival disruption\, and galvanize archivists to embrace activism during times of\npolitical and social crisis. \n\nAdditional supporters: \n\nSchool of Information Studies\nMaxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs\nDepartment of History at the Maxwell School\nOffice of Multicultural Affairs\nSouth Asia Center\nLGBT Resource Center\nCentral New York Library Resources Council (CLRC)\nEastern New York Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ENY/ACRL)\n\nTarida Anantachai SU Libraries URL:https://clrc.org/event/now-more-than-ever-the-political-urgency-of-community-archives/ LOCATION:United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190424T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190424T120000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20181202T202312Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190312T140936Z UID:47383-1556100000-1556107200@clrc.org SUMMARY:How to Tell Your Community's Story DESCRIPTION:Michelle Caswell (University of California\, Los Angeles)\nSamip Mallick (South Asian American Digital Archive) \nIn follow up to their public lecture\, SAADA co-founders Mallick and Caswell host an interactive workshop to guide participants through the process of starting and building community archives\, sharing stories about what worked and what didn’t. Topics include how to get started\, developing a collection focus\, building relationships with donors\, fundraising\, and more. \nRSVP by April 17 to Tarida Anantachai; include any requests for accessibility accommodations. \n\nAdditional supporters: \n\nSchool of Information Studies\nMaxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs\nDepartment of History at the Maxwell School\nOffice of Multicultural Affairs\nSouth Asia Center\nLGBT Resource Center\nCentral New York Library Resources Council (CLRC)\nEastern New York Chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ENY/ACRL)\n\nTarida Anantachai SU Libraries URL:https://clrc.org/event/how-to-tell-your-communitys-story/ LOCATION:United States END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190424T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190424T143000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190220T164843Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190220T172724Z UID:50335-1556100000-1556116200@clrc.org SUMMARY:Workshop: Long Overdue - Enhancing Library Services for LGBTQ Individuals & Families DESCRIPTION:Join us at the Mid York Library System office to learn more about how libraries can better help LGBTQ individuals and families. Lunch will be provided. \nWorkshop Description: \nThis interactive training assists library staff in improving access for lesbian\, gay\, bisexual\, transgender\, queer-identified\, and questioning (LGBTQ) communities. Participants will explore common challenges encountered by LGBTQ individuals of all ages and leave better equipped to serve as resources\, particularly for youth. The training provides promising practices for communication\, privacy\, collections\, and programming to better meet the needs of LGBTQ individuals and families. \nPresenter Description: \nFor over 15 years\, Lyndon Cudlitz has been providing training and technical assistance for libraries\, schools\, healthcare providers\, and organizations seeking to enhance services for LGBTQ individuals. Though currently based in the NY Capital Region\, Lyndon has worked for several LGBTQ organizations in the Northeast and has founded & directed youth leadership camps nationally. Additionally\, Lyndon serves on a transgender advisory committee to the NYS Dept of Health and volunteers for an NYC-based LGBTQ organization. www.LyndonCudlitz.com URL:https://clrc.org/event/workshop-long-overdue/ LOCATION:Mid York Library System\, 1600 Lincoln Ave\, Utica\, NY\, 13502\, United States CATEGORIES:Continuing Education,Featured Speaker,Workshop ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/who-2985525_640.jpg ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190426T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190426T120000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190307T211308Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190425T192432Z UID:50636-1556272800-1556280000@clrc.org SUMMARY:New York State Census Complete Count Commission Hearing DESCRIPTION:The New York State Complete Count Commission has announced seven public hearings across the state to gain public input and hear from Census experts and advocates. Each meeting of the Commission will be open to the public and webcast. The events will feature detailed presentations to the Commission by various entities involved in the census\, as well as testimony from advocates\, and the general public on a first-come\, first-served basis. Additional hearings may be scheduled at a later date. \nThis is a great opportunity to let the Commission know how the 2020 Census will affect your library and your community. In 2020 the Census will be administered digitally for the firs time\, how important is your library to your community in terms of access to technology and digital inclusion? What kind of funding and resources will you need to support a complete count? Check out the New York Library Association’s Library-Based Complete Count Initiatives for some great talking points. We’re request $40M to support funding for cybersecurity measures\, staff resources\, IT infrastructure\, and more. \nTo learn more about the public hearings and how to participate\, click here. You must visit that website and register to make a public statement. URL:https://clrc.org/event/census-hearing/ LOCATION:Utica State Office Building\, 207 Genesee St\, Utica\, NY\, 13501\, United States CATEGORIES:Advocacy ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Untitled.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/New_York:20190430T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/New_York:20190430T200000 DTSTAMP:20210308T183436 CREATED:20190409T185111Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190409T185413Z UID:51437-1556647200-1556654400@clrc.org SUMMARY:SIG: Early Career Professionals April Meetup DESCRIPTION:Are you an Early Career Library & Information Professional? Then we want YOU to join us at the April meeting of CLRC’s Early Career Professionals Special Interest Group (SIG)! \nThe focus of this month’s meeting will be scholarship and academia. We’ll be discussing things like presenting at and attending professional conferences\, publishing\, and more! Four academic librarians have offered to form a panel and will be taking your questions\, talking about their experiences\, and offering advice. Dinner will be provided! \nMembers of our Panel: \n\nTarida Anantachai\, Syracuse University (ECP SIG Co-Chair)\nSharona Ginsberg\, SUNY Oswego (ECP SIG Co-chair)\nTwanna Hodge\, SUNY Upstate Medical University Heath Sciences Library\nJuan Denzer\, SUNY Oswego\n\n*Parking information will be shared to registrants prior to the event. \n\nMore Information about the ECP SIG: \nIn this group you’ll identify issues that are important to you as an early career professional as well as network and trade stories with other regional early career professionals. \nYou’re eligible for the ECP SIG if: \n\nyou’re in the first five (5) years of your library/information career and\nyou’re a CLRC or ESLN member (if your institution or parent insitution is a member\, so are you! Don’t hesitate to ask if you’re unsure). URL:https://clrc.org/event/april-ecp-sig-meetup/ LOCATION:SUNY Oswego\, Penfield Library\, 7060 NY-104\, Oswego\, NY\, 13126\, United States CATEGORIES:SIG Meeting ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:https://clrc.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/woman-1353825_1280.png ORGANIZER;CN="Rebecca%20Kluberdanz":MAILTO:rkluberdanz@clrc.org END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR