No more paper forms, envelopes and postage. Register for Chapter Events online. Our new Acteva system provides a safe secure site for credit card registration and generates e-mail confirmation. Of course you can still send a check if that’s your preferred method of payment. Coming soon Online Membership renewal . . .
All reports, articles, and columns are due. If there was something you wanted to write for the Chronicle but haven’t gotten to me yet, please contact me ASAP.
Please contact Linda Katz to submit Member and Library News: email@example.com Please contact Janet Clinton to add items to the Calendar: firstname.lastname@example.org
Team t-shirts for Dash for Democracy are available for purchase! The shirt is Hanes quality and will feature the Books Through Bars logo on the front and the team name, Bookin It, on the back.
The shirt design and silk-screening were very graciously donated to our cause to keep costs down and allow us to do a little fundraising amongst ourselves. Shirt price is $15 which includes an $8 donation to Books Through Bars.
Please reply to Sarah Daub via email (email@example.com) by 4pm on Wednesday, October 24, if you would like to order a shirt. Specify S, M, L, XL, or XXL.
Cash or check will be accepted. Make checks payable to Anita Chiodo. Payment is due upon delivery of the t-shirt (during the week of October 29th.)
Charged by MLA President Mark Funk, to identify, evaluate, and recommend appropriate social networking tools for MLA groups, the MLA Task Force is documenting how to use these tools successfully. The Task Force encourages members to read and respond to the posts at their blog. The Task Force completed a survey of MLA members about their current use of social netowrking software. A summary of the results may be found on their blog. Chapter members: this Task Force would like to hear from you! Visit their website -- make your views known!
HealthWeb, a one stop website for noncommercial health information will be deactivated on October 31st, 2007. HealthWeb, which began in 1994, was a collaborative project of over twenty Midwestern health sciences libraries. It was a reliable website for consumer health information which will be missed.