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SLA-SD 2014 Fall Seminar: Registration Closed

Theme: The Data Storm: How to prepare, how to survive

When: Friday, October 24, 2014, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Where: Bayview Room, Marina Village Conference Center, 1936 Quivira Way, San Diego, CA 92109 [map]

Overview

According to IDC, from 2005 to 2020, the digital universe will grow by a factor of 300, from 130 exabytes to 40,000 exabytes, or 40 trillion gigabytes (more than 5,200 gigabytes for every man, woman, and child in 2020). From now until 2020, the digital universe will about double every two years.

What are the implications of this data storm? What is the best way to organize data so that it can be easily found? What is the role of the information professional in this digital universe?

Join us as we explore these questions and gain valuable insights and lessons from experts in the field.

Attendees will also have opportunities to explore a vendor showcase, hear short vendor presentations, and enjoy a delicious continental breakfast, box lunch, and snacks catered by Panera Bread.

Agenda

8:00 – 8:30 Registration, Continental Breakfast

8:30 – 8:45 Welcome

Jill Blaemers, SLA-SD President

8:45 – 9:30 KEYNOTE — Preparing for the Data Storm: LIS Meets Data Visualization

Michelle Chen, Assistant Professor, SJSU School of Information

Information visualization is considered one of the prime emerging technologies for large-scale data analysis and is an important topic for information professionals to understand. It deals with analyzing, displaying, communicating and interpreting massive amounts of abstract data effectively and efficiently via visual representations. In this keynote, Dr. Chen will present and discuss how information visualization can be used to help libraries and librarians utilize the abundant data resources (to which they now have more and more access) to provide better patron services through better collection analysis, resource allocation, and user engagement

9:30 – 10:15 Big Data, Marketing and Listening to Customers in Order to Create Value

Michael Germano, Associate Librarian/Professor, CSU Los Angeles

Big data has exerted a profound impact upon the ways in which businesses plan and execute their strategic marketing efforts.  The goal of this session is to provide corporate librarians with a practical overview of marketing data analytics and how they are used by marketing departments, provide a a foundational understanding of the corporate librarians critical importance as thought leaders and influencers, and review some of the legal and ethical implications of marketing data analytics and the need to ‘listen’ to customers in ways that are ethical and legal.

10:15 – 10:45 Break, Vendor Showcase

10:45 – 11:30 Untying the Purse Strings: Communicating to Upper Management the Value of a Knowledge Management Project

Cindy Shamel, President, Shamel Information Services

Info pros recognize the need to manage an organization’s knowledge assets, many of which hold the data we seek to mine and analyze. In the absence of strategic knowledge management, the data storm can easily overwhelm. In the absence of executive support, knowledge management practices may never be implemented. In this session attendees will learn strategies for identifying management concerns, speaking to those concerns, and communicating the value and benefits achievable through a knowledge management projects in order to gain management support. This presentation will include actual examples, best practices, and lessons learned from the speaker’s experience.

11:30 – 12:30 Lunch, Vendor Showcase

12:30 – 1:15 Vendor Presentations, Chapter Update

1:15 – 2:00 Data doesn’t have to be a four-letter word: Professional development to tame the data monster

Susan Boyd, Engineering/Math Librarian, Santa Clara University

Why is learning to manage data difficult? Or is it?  This presentation covers the many ways—from freebies to formal education to learn what the information professional needs to know about data. From informal ways such as organizational listservs, to formal methods such as those in library science programs, (and everything in between)—here are the various ways to learn about data management so you can be prepared to start or contribute to a program at your institution.

2:00 – 2:15 Break, Snacks, Vendor Showcase

2:15 – 3:00 What’s the problem? What’s the solution? Matching data with data analytic tools

Dr. Lesley Farmer, Professor, CSU Long Beach

Dr. Alan Safer, Professor, CSU Long Beach

Librarians can leverage data-driven evaluation and decisions.  What data should be collected, and how should it be analyzed? What kinds of statistics best represent and model the issue you are trying to resolve? This session examines typical technology-related library functions, as case studies.  The speakers will guide participants in determining what problem needs to be addressed, what kind of data should be collected, what kinds of data instruments to use, and the appropriate data analysis statistics to apply in order to make a meaningful decision and predict – and optimize — future situations. A flowchart to help choose the appropriate data analytical tool will be shared.

3:00 – 3:45 Riding the Wave: Re-branding Information Professionals in the Digital Age

Matthew McKinley, Digital Project Specialist, UC Irvine

Shu Liu, Metadata & Digital Resources Librarian, UC Irvine

Scholarship in the digital age can be exhausting: beyond the core work of research and publishing, research data and publications must be carefully described, managed, shared, tracked and preserved. What’s more, the explosive growth of the digital universe requires performing these actions with maximum efficiency, creativity, and flexibility to ensure the longevity of valuable research product. Who can researchers turn to for assistance in addressing this data deluge, making their research workflows more reliable, scalable, and intelligent?

In this presentation, we will illustrate how our proposed guiding principles have been or will be implemented in our growing suite of digital scholarship services (DSS), including past and current project examples.

3:45 – 4:00 Closing, Evaluations

Isabelle Garcia, SLA-SD Director

Cost

Registration includes presentations, a vendor showcase, continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks.  Please note that we have decided to offer a “low income” option this year for individuals making less than $18,000 annually.

  • SLA members: $70
  • Non-members: $85
  • Students/unemployed/retirees/low-income: $35

Registration

If you have any questions about registration, please contact Lauren Rasmussen at lauren.rasmussen.sla@gmail.com

Registration closes: Tuesday, 10/21/2014

Contacts:

Registration: Lauren Rasmussen, lauren.rasmussen.sla@gmail.com

Seminar information: Isabelle Garcia, SLA.SD.FallSeminar@gmail.com

Thanks to our generous exhibitors:

Thanks to the contributions of our exhibitors, who help make the Fall Seminar possible! Each exhibitor will have a table at the seminar, and attendees will have several chances to visit with these vendors throughout the day.

  • IEEE
  • EOS International
  • ProQuest
  • EBSCO
  • IHS
  • Complete Book
  • Data-Planet

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SLA-SD 2014 Non-Profit Librarian Scholarship

The San Diego Chapter of the Special Libraries Association (SLA-SD) is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for a special 2014 scholarship for non-profit librarians. The purpose of the scholarship is threefold:

  1. to provide a one-year membership in SLA-SD;
  2. to cover the cost of attendance to the SLA-SD Fall Seminar (to be held on Friday, October 24, 2014);
  3. to encourage participation in SLA-SD governance by non-profit librarians.

The scholarship winner shall serve on an SLA-SD committee of their choice during 2014-15.

In order to qualify, applicants must:

  • be a resident of San Diego County
  • be employed as an information professional at a non-profit (or not-for-profit) organization

To be considered, applicants must submit:

  • a personal statement of up to 250 words discussing their interest in special libraries and how they would benefit from attending the SLA-SD fall seminar
  • a current resume

Upon selection, the recipient will be required to submit proof of residency in San Diego County (copy of driver’s license or voter registration card). To submit an application, send your personal statement and resume as PDF attachments to tmatlin(at)csusm(dot)edu by Monday, September 8, 2014. Please use the subject line “SLA-SD 2014 Non-Profit Librarian Scholarship Application.” The winner will be notified in late September. The scholarship will be officially awarded at the Fall Seminar.

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Call for Speakers: SLA-SD 2014 Fall Seminar

The San Diego Chapter of the Special Libraries Association is seeking speakers for our annual fall professional development seminar to be held Friday, October 24, 2014 at Marina Village Conference Center, San Diego, CA.

The 2014 theme is:

The Data Storm: How to prepare, how to survive

According to IDC, from 2005 to 2020, the digital universe will grow by a factor of 300, from 130 exabytes to 40,000 exabytes, or 40 trillion gigabytes (more than 5,200 gigabytes for every man, woman, and child in 2020).  From now until 2020, the digital universe will about double every two years.

What are the implications of this data storm?  What is the best way to organize data so that it can be easily found?  What is the role of the information professional in this digital universe?

We are looking for presentations that provide insight on best practices, new applications and technologies, implementation strategies within your organization, and current research methods and theories.

Presentations should be approximately 45 minutes in length and should cover the topic both conceptually and with demonstrations/discussions of real-world applications. Proposals may address, but are not limited to, the following suggested topics on data management:

  • Data management
  • Security/privacy concerns
  • Data access policies
  • Legal requirements
  • Big data, thick data
  • Democratization of data
  • Data analytics and data visualization
  • Information professionals responsibilities in the digital age
  • Project Management

Proposals are welcomed from information professionals working in all types of environments and at all professional levels. Membership in SLA is not required. If you have colleagues or others in your network who might be interested, please let them know about this opportunity. All proposals welcome!

Proposals should include:

  • Speaker Information: name, position title, affiliation, and all contact information for all speakers
  • Presentation description: a title and brief summary of proposed presentation (500 words or less)
  • Format: individual speaker, team presentation, panel discussion, interactive exercise, etc.

Please submit your proposal to SLA.SD.FallSeminar@gmail.com by Monday, August 18, 2014. The seminar committee plans to select presentations by September 8, 2014 and will notify all speaker candidates of their proposal status.

 

Be sure to mark Friday, October 24th on your calendar now! Further details and registration information will be posted in August on the SLA-SD website, http://sandiego.sla.org/.

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2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar

2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar

The 2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar offered great networking opportunities.

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2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar

2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar

At the 2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar, we enjoyed a day of informative presentations.

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May Program: Virtual Reference & Research Services Panel

Virtual Reference & Research Services Panel

When: Wednesday, May 28, 4:30 – 6:30 pm

Where: Ashford University, 8620 Spectrum Center Blvd, San Diego, CA 92123 [map: http://goo.gl/kmKSBW]

Why: It’s a great local professional development opportunity!

Cost: Free to SLA members and nonmembers

Are you interested in learning what local librarians are doing to meet the needs of library users virtually? On Wednesday, May 28 from 4:30 – 6:30 pm, join SLA-SD for presentations and discussion on virtual reference and research services, featuring librarians from Ashford University and the University of San Diego. The panelists will discuss the ins and outs of screencasting, virtual tutorials, and other tips and tricks they use to meet the needs of their users via the web. The audience will have a chance to ask questions and discuss the topic at hand.

Presenters include:

Ashford University Library

Elizabeth Grossman, Director of Distance Learning

Rebecca Nowicki, Digital Services Librarian

Dana Haff, Digital Services Librarian

Presentation: Using Technology to Provide Reference Services to Online Students at Ashford University

University of San Diego

Anna Russell, Electronic Resources Law Librarian

Jane Larrington, Reference Librarian

Judith Lihosit, Head of Reference

Presentation: Screencast Tools for Virtual Reference & Research Demos

The program will be held Wednesday, May 28, 4:30 – 6:30 pm, at Ashford University in Kearny Mesa, 8620 Spectrum Center Blvd, San Diego, CA 92123 [map: http://goo.gl/kmKSBW].

Directions & Parking: Ashford’s Kearny Mesa location is just west of I-163, between exits Balboa (south) and Clairemont Mesa Boulevard (north). From either exit, take Kearny Villa Road to Spectrum Center Blvd, heading east. Once on Spectrum Center Blvd, you’ll see the large 11-story Ashford University building on the north side of the road. Drive past the building and turn left at the first light, Sunroad Centrum Ln. Next, turn right at the entrance to the large parking lot. Ask the parking attendants for directions to visitor parking spaces as well as the main entrance to the building. A librarian will greet attendees in the lobby, where all will be required to sign in at the security desk and procure a visitor badge.

Light refreshments will be served for your enjoyment!

Please RSVP by contacting Lauren Rasmussen at lauren.rasmussen.sla@gmail.comto help us get an accurate headcount. We hope to see you at there!

 

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SLA-SD 2013 Fall Seminar: Registration Now Open!

The 2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar offered great networking opportunities.

The 2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar offered great networking opportunities.

Our 2013 Fall Seminar attendees enjoyed a day of interesting and informative presentations.

Our 2013 Fall Seminar attendees enjoyed a day of interesting and informative presentations.

SLA-SD 2013 Fall Seminar:

Connecting the Dots of Creative Innovations…

When: Friday, October 4, 2012, 8:00 AM – 4:15 PM

Where: Starboard Room, Marina Village Conference Center, 1936 Quivira Way, San Diego, CA 92109 [map]

Overview

Are you eager to learn about creative projects and innovations pursued by colleagues in diverse facets of librarianship and information services? Do you find yourself looking for new ideas to spark your own workplace initiatives? If so, please join the Special Libraries Association San Diego chapter at our annual fall seminar. The seminar will include an invigorating day of presentations by speakers from a variety of information settings, who will share insights, real-life examples, and practical tips on how their innovations are making an impact in their organizations.

Attendees will also have opportunities to explore a vendor showcase, hear short vendor presentations, and enjoy a delicious continental breakfast, box lunch, and snacks catered by Panera Bread.

Agenda

8:00 – 8:30    Registration, Continental Breakfast

8:30 – 8:45    Welcome

Talitha Matlin, SLA-SD President

8:45 – 9:30    KEYNOTE — Our Next Chapter: San Diego Public’s New Central Library

Bruce Johnson, MLS, San Diego Public Library Deputy Director of the Branch Libraries Division

Bruce Johnson will start off the day on a high note by introducing one of the latest big innovations in the San Diego library community: the San Diego Public Library Central Library Expansion Project. Attendees will hear an inside perspective on the planning, reorganizing, and re-envisioning of the new downtown Central Library.

The next chapter in San Diego Public Library’s story is about leveraging, establishing partnership and working differently to provide superlative service.  From the challenge of raising $65 million in private funds to securing and retaining a $20 million construction grant administered by the State Library and working with the San Diego Unified School District with the establishment of a new charter high school in the Library the New Central Library features a variety of technological innovations from automated materials handling to the Gigabyte Passive Optical Network (GPON).

9:30 – 10:00    Beyond the Needs Assessment: How a Knowledge Audit Informs Strategic Planning

Cindy Shamel, MLS, President, Shamel Information Services

A knowledge audit provides the kind of information an organization requires in order to address organizational goals.  It includes an implementation plan and feeds into an overall strategy for knowledge management.  This presentation provides background on the knowledge audit process and actual project outcomes, using real life examples.

10:00 – 10:30    Search Log Analysis: Surfacing Information Seeking Trends & Narratives

Tim Gallati, MLIS, Senior Librarian, Qualcomm, Inc.

This presentation will discuss a unique and ambitious initiative currently underway at the Qualcomm Library to analyze and report on the information seeking trends within the company.  The presentation will detail particulars of the initiative (as inspired by the Google Zeitgeist) and it will discuss why the library is the ideal place to house this initiative.  Attention will be put to reviewing specific strategies, tools, and methods including text mining, taxonomies, keyword analysis and beyond.

10:30 – 11:00    Break, Vendor Showcase

11:00 – 11:45    Visually Connecting the Dots: Video Information Delivery at Qualcomm

Scott Brown, MA, MLIS, Manager of Library Services, Qualcomm, Inc.
Shannon Malcolm, JD, MLIS, Senior Librarian, Qualcomm, Inc.

Librarians from Qualcomm, Inc. will demonstrate InfoHacks—Qualcomm’s innovative, on-demand videos teaching effective research skills to support learning unconstrained by location and time—and ResearchViews, which use video to enhance deliverables by providing a complete package of analysis, presentations, and video so users are able to focus quickly on the most relevant information.

11:45 – 12:45    Lunch, Vendor Showcase

12:45 – 1:30    Vendor Presentations, Chapter Update

1:30 – 2:15    The CSUB Faculty Excellence Showcase: Collaborative Information Sharing

Johanna Alexander, MBA, MLIS, Librarian, California State University Bakersfield

Attendees will learn about the CSUB Faculty Excellence Showcase, a collaborative information initiative developed at California State University, Bakersfield. The project was implemented to highlight the scholarship and achievements of CSUB faculty but is relevant and adaptable to many organizations. The presentation will cover Showcase features as well as design and implementation issues.

2:15 – 2:30    Break, Snacks, Vendor Showcase

2:30 – 3:15    Knowledge Creation and the Expanding Role of the 21st Century Library

Kathlin Ray, MLIS, Dean of Libraries and Teaching & Learning Technologies, University of Nevada, Reno

Learn how one library is rediscovering its relevance to its academic communities by removing over half of its print collections, radically redesigning user space and providing 3D printing services to the entire campus. Using the DeLaMare Engineering and Science Library at the University of Nevada, Reno as a case study, this presentation will discuss how UNR Libraries applied theoretical models of learning and innovation to a real world problem and transformed DeLaMare Library from a dusty little-used backwater into a lively incubator for collaboration, innovation and knowledge creation.

3:15 – 4:00    Cultural Intelligence: Are You Culturally Competent?

Michele A. Lucero, MLS, MBA, Director of Client Development, LAC Group

This program will discuss an overview of cultural intelligence (CQ), its four capabilities and how it may be applied within your organization. It is only recently that cultural intelligence has surfaced as an element that can increase job performance, personal well-being, cross-cultural adjustment and profitability. It is essential that information professionals recognize their CQ level and how they can use it within their role as an information professional.

4:00 – 4:15    Closing, Evaluations

Helene Idels & Amy Jankowski, SLA-SD Directors

Cost

Registration includes presentations, a vendor showcase, continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Act fast — the early bird rate ends Friday, September 27!

  • SLA members: $70
  • Non-members: $85
  • Students/unemployed/retirees: $35

Registration

Registration has now closed.

If you have any questions about registration, please contact Lauren Rasmussen at lauren.rasmussen.sla@gmail.com

Contacts:

Registration: Lauren Rasmussen, lauren.rasmussen.sla@gmail.com

Seminar information: Helene Idels & Amy Jankowski, SLA.SD.FallSeminar@gmail.com

Thanks to our generous exhibitors:

Thanks to the contributions of our exhibitors, who help make the Fall Seminar possible! Each exhibitor will have a table at the seminar, and attendees will have several chances to visit with these vendors throughout the day.

  • Click Scan Share
  • EBSCO
  • EOS International
  • IEEE
  • ProQuest
  • Soutron Global

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SLA-SD 2013 Fall Seminar: Call for Speakers Deadline Extended (August 5)

**The deadline to submit application has been extended! Submit your application by Monday, August 5, 2013 to be considered as a presenter at this year’s SLA-SD Fall Seminar!**
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Call for Speakers: SLA-SD 2013 Fall Seminar

The San Diego Chapter of the Special Libraries Association is seeking speakers for our annual fall professional development seminar to be held Friday, October 4, 2013 at Marina Village Conference Center, San Diego, CA.

 The 2013 theme is:

Connecting the Dots of Creative Innovations…..

As an information professional, you are an integral member of your organization, and we want to know how your creative innovations are making an impact. We are looking for presentations that exemplify how you utilize your expertise and skills to ensure organizational success, and in particular how you leverage specific tools, competencies, methods, and characteristics to deliver results that go above and beyond. Presentations should be approximately 45 minutes in length and should cover the topic both conceptually and with demonstrations/discussions of real-world applications. Proposals may address, but are not limited to, the following suggested topics as specifically focused on information and organizational readiness:

  • New technology strategies
  • Collaborative information sharing
  • Research methods
  • Data curation
  • Competitive intelligence
  • Mobile technology
  • Distance reference
  • Strategic planning
  • Procuring funding
  • Diversity awareness
  • Volunteer recruitment
  • Disaster preparedness

Proposals are welcomed from information professionals working in all types of environments and at all professional levels. Membership in SLA is not required. Many of you have expertise in one or more of the areas listed above, or know someone who does, and we encourage you to send us a proposal soon. If you have colleagues or others in your network who might be interested, please let them know about this opportunity. All proposals welcome!

Proposals should include:

  • Speaker Information: name, position title, affiliation, and all contact information for all speakers
  • Presentation description: a title and brief summary of proposed presentation (500 words or less)
  • Format: individual speaker, team presentation, panel discussion, interactive exercise, etc.

Please submit your proposal to SLA.SD.FallSeminar@gmail.com by Monday, July 22, 2013 August 5, 2013. The seminar committee plans to select presentations by August 19, 2013 and will notify all speaker candidates of their proposal status.

Be sure to mark Friday, October 4th on your calendar now! Further details and registration information will be posted in August on the SLA-SD website, http://sandiego.sla.org/.

Interested in circulating this Call for Papers to your colleagues? Please feel free to share the PDF version as well: Click_Here_for PDF.

 

Cordially,

Amy Jankowski and Helene Idels

2013 Directors, SLA San Diego Chapter

SLA.SD.FallSeminar@gmail.com

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SLA-SD 2013 Fall Seminar Call For Speakers

Call for Speakers: SLA-SD 2013 Fall Seminar

The San Diego Chapter of the Special Libraries Association is seeking speakers for our annual fall professional development seminar to be held Friday, October 4, 2013 at Marina Village Conference Center, San Diego, CA.

 The 2013 theme is:

Connecting the Dots of Creative Innovations…..

As an information professional, you are an integral member of your organization, and we want to know how your creative innovations are making an impact. We are looking for presentations that exemplify how you utilize your expertise and skills to ensure organizational success, and in particular how you leverage specific tools, competencies, methods, and characteristics to deliver results that go above and beyond. Presentations should be approximately 45 minutes in length and should cover the topic both conceptually and with demonstrations/discussions of real-world applications. Proposals may address, but are not limited to, the following suggested topics as specifically focused on information and organizational readiness:

  • New technology strategies
  • Collaborative information sharing
  • Research methods
  • Data curation
  • Competitive intelligence
  • Mobile technology
  • Distance reference
  • Strategic planning
  • Procuring funding
  • Diversity awareness
  • Volunteer recruitment
  • Disaster preparedness

Proposals are welcomed from information professionals working in all types of environments and at all professional levels. Membership in SLA is not required. Many of you have expertise in one or more of the areas listed above, or know someone who does, and we encourage you to send us a proposal soon. If you have colleagues or others in your network who might be interested, please let them know about this opportunity. All proposals welcome!

Proposals should include:

  • Speaker Information: name, position title, affiliation, and all contact information for all speakers
  • Presentation description: a title and brief summary of proposed presentation (500 words or less)
  • Format: individual speaker, team presentation, panel discussion, interactive exercise, etc.

Please submit your proposal to SLA.SD.FallSeminar@gmail.com by Monday, July 22, 2013 August 5, 2013. The seminar committee plans to select presentations by August 5, 2013 and will notify all speaker candidates of their proposal status.

Be sure to mark Friday, October 4th on your calendar now! Further details and registration information will be posted in August on the SLA-SD website, http://sandiego.sla.org/.

Interested in circulating this Call for Papers to your colleagues? Please feel free to share the PDF version as well: Click here for PDF.

 

Cordially,

Amy Jankowski and Helene Idels

2013 Directors, SLA San Diego Chapter

SLA.SD.FallSeminar@gmail.com

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2012 Fall Seminar Summary (attendance, feedback, finances)

SLA-SD 2012 Fall Seminar Summary
ATTENDANCE
Attendees: 60 Registrant Categories:
Registrants 43 Member 17
Vendors 10 Member – Board 9
Speakers 7 Retiree – Board 2
Student – Board 1
Non-member 8
Student/Unemployed 6
EVALUATIONS Yes Somewhat No N/A
Seminar met expectations 32 1 0 0
Speakers qualified, appropriate 33 0 0 0
Speaker time adequate 31 0 0 0
Interested in vendors 26 3 3 0
Facilities met expectations 32 0 0 0
Fee appropriate 22 1 0 2
How heard about seminar Registration paid by
SLA-SD listserv 12 Employer 13
Listserv (unspecified) 3 Self 11
SLA-SD website/online 7 N/A 3
Friend/colleague/member 6 Membership status
Past attendance 2 SLA Member 20
On SLA-SD Board 1 Non-member 7
FINANCES:
INCOME Budgeted Actual (as of 11/14/2012)
  Registrations  $ 4,000  $ 2,482
  Vendor fees/sponsorships  $ 1,650  $ 2,700 ($2,050 outstanding)
TOTAL INCOME  $ 5,450  $ 5,182
EXPENSES
  Site  $ 1,015
  Catering  $ 1,745
  Keynote speaker  $ 1,453
  Speakers’ dinner  $    111
  Supplies/printing  $    177
  Registration refund  $      30
TOTAL EXPENSES  $ 3,281  $ 4,530
OVERALL TOTAL  $ 2,169  $    652 ($2702 anticipated total)

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