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Reminder: New Web Site: News and Preview Release Testing Times

The web re-design project is moving into its “alpha” phase and is ready for its preview release for comment by library staff. We encourage all library staff to attend the upcoming scheduled website testing time: Monday, June 10th from 10am-noon The session will take place in the 2nd floor e-Classroom in the Divinity Library. Various types of […]

Reminder: New Web Site: News and Preview Release Testing Times

The web re-design project is moving into its “alpha” phase and is ready for its preview release for comment by library staff. We encourage all library staff to attend one (or both!) of two scheduled website testing times: Thursday, June 6th from 2pm-4pm Monday, June 10th from 10am-noon Both sessions will take place in the […]

New Web Site: News and Preview Release Testing Times

The web re-design project is moving into its “alpha” phase and is ready for its preview release for comment by library staff. We encourage all library staff to attend one (or both!) of two scheduled website testing times: ·         Thursday, June 6th from 2pm-4pm ·         Monday, June 10th from 10am-noon Both sessions will take place […]

New Web Site: News and Preview Release Testing Times

The web re-design project is moving into its “alpha” phase and is ready for its preview release for comment by library staff. We encourage all library staff to attend one (or both!) of two scheduled website testing times: ·         Tuesday, June 4th from 10am-12Noon ·         Wednesday, June 5th from 2pm-4pm Both sessions will take place […]

Reminder: Input Sought on Food for Thought Cafe. Deadline extended until Monday, Feb. 25

It’s hard to believe that the Food for Thought Café opened in May 2011 in Central Library. As we approach the café’s second anniversary, now is a good time to gather thoughts on how well the Café is meeting your needs. We will be meeting with the café managers in the coming days and would […]

Input Sought on Food For Thought Cafe

It’s hard to believe that the Food for Thought Café opened in May 2011 in Central Library. As we approach the café’s second anniversary, now is a good time to gather thoughts on how well the Café is meeting your needs. We will be meeting with the café managers in the coming days and would […]

Holiday decorations at Walker Management Library

Holiday decorations are on the desk at Walker Management Library. Periodical Menorah and Book Christmas Tree created by Robbi De Peri and Kitty Taylor.   http://management.library.vanderbilt.edu/sites/default/files/bookmenorah.jpg   http://management.library.vanderbilt.edu/sites/default/files/booktree.jpg  

Task Force to Review Library Committees Fulfills Charge—Library Will Implement Recommendations

Following a year of intensive investigation [see timeline], the Task Force to Review Library Committees (David Carpenter, Bill Hook, Jean Klockenkemper, and Roberta Winjum) presented a final draft of its findings and recommendations to me in June, in a report entitled A Review of Library System-Wide Committees: Recommendations (Final Draft) [see full report].  I asked […]

TLA Needs Your Input!

The Tennessee Library Association Membership Committee needs your help!  As we begin our new committee year, we would like to see how TLA can better serve member needs and also identify ways to attract new members to our great organization.  We are conducting a survey of both members and non-members to help us achieve this goal. […]

Tuesday, May 15: Major change to PsycINFO, ProQuest, and more. Your help needed!

On Tuesday, May 15, 36 ProQuest, CSA and selected Chadwyck Healey databases will migrate to  a uniform and upgraded ProQuest platform.  For a complete list of databases that will migrate, see http://bit.ly/9m8cen. Please test the new platform.  Problems?  Submit an Inform:  Databases—Research Databases.  You may login with a test password prior to May 15.  If […]

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