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2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar

2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar

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

2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar

2013 SLA-SD Fall Seminar

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

Recap: SDPL Central Library Tour

Recap: SDPL Central Library Tour

The weeks have flown by, and it feels like just yesterday that an enthusiastic group of SLA-SD members and friends headed to the San Diego Central Library for a guided tour of the new space on March 20. Though most public tours of the library are led by volunteers, we were lucky enough to be […]

Summary & Presentation Materials: SLA-SD’s Virtual Reference & Research Services Panel

On May 28th, librarians from Ashford University (AU) and the University of San Diego (USD) delivered an excellent overview of innovative strategies for providing reference and instruction services virtually. The event was generously hosted at AU’s San Diego headquarters. Elizabeth Grossman, AU’s Senior Director of Library Services, together with librarians Dana Haff and Rebecca Nowicki, […]

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What can GIS do for you?

Anyone who has used Google Earth or Google Maps has used a GIS.  GIS (Geographic Information Systems) allow users to manipulate and visualize spatial data in endless ways, by combining the power of maps, databases, and statistics. At the most basic level, GIS can be used to make custom maps (cartography), with data points such […]

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Conference Summary: Society of California Archivists 2014

The Society of California Archivists held its annual meeting in Palm Springs on May 8-10. Over 230 archivists enjoyed 15 panel sessions, 2 local history plenaries, 2 preconference workshops, an OAC contributors’ meeting, and several networking events. A number of sessions supported this year’s theme of “Archives and the Public”. The Center for Sacramento History […]

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Assistant Archivist – Lambda Archives, San Diego

Lambda Archives of San Diego (LASD) is seeking an archivist to work with its Head Archivist and interns to manage its library, document, photo, and digital collections. Founded in 1987, LASD is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and teaching the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history of San Diego county and the Northern Baja California region. […]

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Information Resources Manager — Los Angeles

Information Resources Manager Opportunity in Los Angeles—Strong Salary! An Information Resources Manager job in Los Angeles, CA is currently available courtesy of TRAK Records and Library. To be considered for this position, you must have a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of four years library services experience. If you are interested in working for an […]

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SLA – Core Competencies Revision

Created by SLA’s Core Competencies Revision Task Force, the draft revision of SLA’s 2003 Core Competencies statement (available here)  is intended to reflect current realities and emerging opportunities while describing the competencies that will best position SLA members to lead–or create–those opportunities. The Task Force requests feedback from the SLA community, both current and future (i.e. students).  […]

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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 […]

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Senior Librarian Bastyr University – San Diego, CA

  Responsibilities: Bastyr University, a fully accredited institution offering BS, MS and clinical doctorate degrees in the fields of natural health arts and sciences, is looking for a medical librarian to manage our satellite campus library in San Diego, CA. Under distance supervision of the Director of Library Services, based in Kenmore, WA, the senior […]

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Librarian I (Hourly) City of Chula Vista, CA – Chula Vista, CA

  This position is limited to 999 hours of employment in a fiscal year (July 1 through June 30) with an average of less than 30 service hours per work week. Hours may vary between 0 – 16 hours per week, dependent upon the daily staffing needs of the department. POSITION SUMMARY : To perform […]

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SLA-SD Samples Local Brew

Yesterday, SLA-SD got together for a fun networking happy hour at Ballast Point in Scripps Ranch, where attendees got to taste some of the brewery’s craft beers and take a tour of the Ballast Point facilities. Ballast Point brewing started in 1996 as the “back room brewery” at the Home Brew Mart.  It has grown […]

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