Tuesday, October 20, 2009


At this year’s 58th Biennial NCLA conference, during the REMCo's Author Luncheon on October 8th in Greenville, N.C., our very own President – Elect, Jamal Cromity accepted an award by the North Carolina Library Round Table of Ethic Minority Concerns. The award recognizes ethnic minority librarians and scholars in library education, academic librarianship, special librarianship and public librarianship, who have served as pioneers in librarianship and who also represent a positive role model in the field. Further, recipients are recognizing as ethnic minority librarians who exemplify courage, integrity, perseverance and who have contributed to the field of librarianship for their specific category.

Can the association members learn to grow?

My latest LMD Blog is now available...

Wow! SLA may finally have a new name…The Association of Strategic Knowledge Professionals. Are we all happy now? Well...

Friday, October 2, 2009

New NCSLA Wiki - Gov Doc Sources presentation now available!


So I created a new wiki for the chapter to collaborate information online. The old wiki will go away very soon! Use the link from this main website to access the wiki going forward. Michael Pepper or I will send out invites per your request.

I really want the chapter members to start using the wiki site to post specific content about our workshops. You can also upload documents under 11 megabytes. Let me or Michael know of any other ideas you would like to use the wiki for going forward. Making new pages is very easy!

My hope is that you will have a much better experience using the new wiki. I truly want the website and wiki to be more collaborative and user friendly.

Check it out when you can!

The Government Document Sources information is now available on the wiki.