Wired West: Volume 14, no. 1
By Allan Cho
Welcome to Volume 14, No. 1 of Wired West. I would like to thank everyone who contributed to this issue. For this issue, the theme is very much about experiences. In particular, the experiences of SLA WCC's members who have either attended special events like celebrating SLA WCC's 25th anniversary, or attending an interesting conference session, or even collecting responses for an upcoming conference session at BCLA. It's an exciting issue of ideas and experiences. I hope you enjoy the read.
Share your news
Have you changed jobs recently or been promoted? Have you received an award or recognition of any kind lately? Have there been significant movements or changes in your organization? Are you an SLA WCC member taking a leadership role in other library/information organizations? Did you participate (as panelist or speaker) at a conference recently? Wired West wants hear and publish your news!
Conference season is upon us. If you are participating in a panel discussion, presenting a paper or facilitating a workshop, please take a moment to send your news to the editor.
Articles of interest to the SLA WCC community are always welcome, some suggestions for article topics can include:
- interesting projects you've tackled
- interviews with members
- marketing your library or services
- trends in library computing
- new tools you like
- managing an electronic collection
- plus any other ideas...
I am also looking for a volunteer for our next virtual tour. Email me if you're interested.
Wired West is currently produced quarterly: November 15, February 15, May 15 and August 15. Deadline for text is normally the first day of the month before the next publication date e.g. November 1, February 1, May 1 and August 1.
Submissions to the SLA WCC Web journal are welcome at any time. Please send comments, ideas, or suggestions to the Wired West Editor.
Allan Cho is Program Services Librarian at the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at the University of British Columbia.
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