March-April 2014 SENYLRC Matters

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In this issue:

Techistory Conference: TecHistory will be held at Marist College on Friday, March 21! Don't miss out! [read more]

2014 Annual Meeting: The 47th Annual Meeting of the Council will take place on Friday, June 6, 2014 in the Henry A. Wallace Center at the FDR Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, NY. [read more]

Show and Tell: An Interlibrary Loan Unconference SENYLRC’s Regional Interlibrary Loan Committee (RIC) is holding an interlibrary loan unconference. [read more]

NYLA Advocacy Day: On yet another cold winter day, librarians from across the state had lively discussions with local senators and assembly persons. [read more]

MSMC Procession of Books: One by one, 25 books passed through over 400 hands as a symbolic book chain officially opened the new library at Mount Saint Mary College on Thursday, January 30th. [read more]

The Twila Snead Award for Excellence Nominations Open: The Board of Trustees of Southeastern NY Library Resources Council (SENYLRC) is pleased to announce the establishment of a new annual award to recognize an outstanding member library, cultural heritage organization, program, service, or staff member. [read more] Mobile Apps!: Did you know that you can access your account from your mobile device? [read more]

Hudson River Valley Heritage: Some of our favorite features from the HRVH Facebook Page this month: [read more]

Employment Opportunities: Current opportunities in the Southeastern and surrounding area [read more]

Computers in Libraries Conference: SENYLRC is proud to announce that through an arrangement with the NY 3Rs Association, Inc. we are offering a reduced rate for the Computers in Libraries (CIL) conference... [read more]

News in Brief: SENYLRC is listening! Many of our members have asked for more ways to interact with each other and meet colleagues with similar interests. [read more]


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