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Welcome to the SLA Princeton Trenton Chapter Wiki

 

Who we are

Special librarians from the Princeton-Trenton area of central New Jersey. We work in all types of libraries (corporate, academic, pharmaceutical, consulting, philanthropic, nonprofit, governmental and more...), and we encourage all members of SLA in this geographic area to become active in the Princeton-Trenton chapter.

 

What we do

Support networking and communication between SLA members in the Princeton-Trenton area and beyond. We host programs throughout the year. Keep an eye on this wiki for an up-to-date program schedule.

 

Explore Our Wiki

Listserv  |  Membership  | Officers and contacts |  Programs and events  |  Links | Rosemary Allen Little Award | Communications

 

History

Past Presidents of PT/SLA  |  40th Anniversary Celebration | Pay It Forward - Poster at SLA Idea Showcase 2007 

 


Mark Your Calendar for the Following Upcoming Meetings

 

Past Events:

 

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

 

Was Kermit right?  Is it easy to be green?  Find out at the SLA Princeton-Trenton Chapter's meeting on "Green Libraries" on Tuesday May 24th, 2011 with great food, great networking, and a great program.

 

Where:  Princeton University's Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding, 58 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, New Jersey (at the corner of Prospect and Olden streets) -  (Free parking available in campus lots after 5PM) http://www.princeton.edu/fieldscenter/  

When: 

5:30 networking

6:00 dinner

6:45 Presentation of the Rosemary Allen Little Award to Katie Maricic (to read her essay click: RALittle_Application_2011_No_1 - Katie Maricic.doc)

7:00 Program, featuring architect Dennis J. Kowal, AIA and Linda  Espenshade Heinemann, Library Director, the George School

 

Dennis J. Kowal AIA will talk about “green” library and building design.  He teaches Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) to architects, engineers, and professionals. His firm is located in Somerville, New Jersey, and has designed many environmentally friendly buildings, including libraries. He has been a leader in sustainable design since 1980.

 

Linda Espenshade Heinemann, Library Director, the GeorgeSchool, Newtown, Pennsylvania will give a talk entitled “Place, People and Program: How a green building helped a library to blossom.”  GeorgeSchool's Gold level LEED library and classroom building is in its 2nd year of use. Linda Espenshade Heinemann, Library Director, will describe the planning, building and use of the building from the perspective of the library staff and user. She will talk about the impact of the "green" features on the library program and will discuss surprises encountered along the way.

 

To pay via PayPal or credit card, use the drop-down menu to select SLA member, student/retiree, or non-member.  Please fill in the boxes asking for your work/school affiliation and preferred email and phone number.

 

Membership status
Work/school affiliation
Preferred email and phone
 


 

Monday, March 14, 2011

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

 

Was Kermit right?  Is it easy to be green?  Find out at the SLA Princeton-Trenton Chapter's meeting on "Green Libraries" on Tuesday May 24th, 2011 with great food, great networking, and a great program.

 

Where:  Princeton University's Carl A. Fields Center for Equality and Cultural Understanding, 58 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, New Jersey (at the corner of Prospect and Olden streets) -  (Free parking available in campus lots after 5PM) http://www.princeton.edu/fieldscenter/  

When: 

5:30 networking

6:00 dinner

6:45 Presentation of the Rosemary Allen Little Award to Katie Maricic (to read her essay click: RALittle_Application_2011_No_1 - Katie Maricic.doc); see picture of award presentation

7:00 Program, featuring architect Dennis J. Kowal, AIA and Linda  Espenshade Heinemann, Library Director, the George School

 

Dennis J. Kowal AIA will talk about “green” library and building design.  He teaches Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) to architects, engineers, and professionals. His firm is located in Somerville, New Jersey, and has designed many environmentally friendly buildings, including libraries. He has been a leader in sustainable design since 1980.

 

Linda Espenshade Heinemann, Library Director, the GeorgeSchool, Newtown, Pennsylvania will give a talk entitled “Place, People and Program: How a green building helped a library to blossom.”  GeorgeSchool's Gold level LEED library and classroom building is in its 2nd year of use. Linda Espenshade Heinemann, Library Director, will describe the planning, building and use of the building from the perspective of the library staff and user. She will talk about the impact of the "green" features on the library program and will discuss surprises encountered along the way.

 


 

Join the SLA Princeton-Trenton Chapter on Monday March 14th, 2011 for great food, great networking and a great discussion on the future of mobile computing.

 

Future of Mobile Computing: Presented by John LeMasney

 

This overview on the future of mobile computing will talk about trends, practices, and expectations regarding the rise of mobile computing and what we should expect from it in the next five years. The talk will discuss mobile devices, the benefits of geolocation, cloud services, companies that make the most sensible use of mobile computing, and the amazing trend towards true digital convergence. Come and see what's going on now in the world of mobile computing and how it will affect our work, play, learning, and lives from now on. 

 

John LeMasney is a husband, father, artist, designer, technologist, consultant, open web advocate and open source evangelist. He works, lives and teaches in NJ. For more information about John, please visit http://john.lemasney.com or visit his daily sketch project at http://365sketches.org

 

Venue:  Campus Club, Princeton University, 5 Prospect Avenue Princeton, NJ 08544 

 

To pay via PayPal or credit card, use the drop-down menu to select SLA member, student/retiree, or non-member.  Please fill in the boxes asking for your work/school affiliation and preferred email and phone number.

 

Membership status
Work/school affiliation
Preferred email and phone
 

 

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

For You, Me, Everyone.... Biodiversity Information Preserved and Served!

Catharine Norton from the Marine Biological Library at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute will speak about the Taxonomic Challenges and the Encyclopedia of Life. Those interested in cloud tagging will want to attend.  

 

          (http://www.princeton.lib.nj.us/about/hours.html) 

November 17, 2010

Career Transitions - An Evening of Career Exploration with Sarah Warner of Warner Associates

Meeting flyer

  • Networking:  5:00 -5:45 p.m.
  • Dinner: 5:45  - 6:30 p.m.
  • Presentations: 6:30 - 7:15 p.m.
  • Resume Reviews/Wardrobe Consultations: 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
  • Location:  Dow Jones/Factiva, 4300 Rt. 1 at Ridge Road, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852 (Directions)

 

Everyone's Invited!

Tuesday August 3rd, 2010

Planning Meeting for Summer 2010 through Spring 2011  

 

May 20, 2010

From the Reference Desk to Twitter:  Meeting Our Users on Their Terms. Presented by Kay Cassell

 


March 17th, 2010

Real-time and Social Search: A Brief Introduction on 2 Emerging Trends

  • Time:  Networking @ 5:30 p.m.

  • Location: The Campus Club, Princeton University, 5 Prospect Street (the corner of Prospect & Washington)  
    (Map and Directions at http://www.princeton.edu/~pumap/buildings/113.html )
    Parking is available in all University lots after 5PM
  • Speaker:  Wayne Bivens-Tatum 

 

January 20, 2010

Networking and Book Exchange

and a Talk on the Future of Indexing and Abstracting Services

 

November 19, 2009

The New York Information and Intelligence Forum: A Discussion of the Challenges of 2009 and the Opportunities of 2010 

  • Time: 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

  • Location: Baruch College, 151 East 25th Street (between Lexington and Third)

    Newman Conference Center, 7th floor

  • New York Chapter of the SLA

  • Flyer: November_19_2009_flyer

 

November 16, 2009

All About Information Visualization: Presented by Anselm Spoerri

 

October 7, 2009

SLA at 100: Changing and Aligning. Presented by Anne Caputo, SLA President 2010. Sponsored by IEEE.

  • Networking, dinner and Presentation: 5:30 - 9:00 p.m.

  • Location: IEEE Operations Center, Piscataway, NJ

  • Flyer: October_7_2009_Joint_Meeting

 

September 15, 2009

Wisdom from the Experts: Presented by Connie Paul

  • Dinner and Presentation at 5:30

  • Location: Princeton Public Library

  • Flyer: SLAflyerSept15.doc

 

Friday April 3, 2009

Library and Information Science Symposium Day: "New Roles For Librarians"

  • 10:00 AM -- 11:30 AM, Room 323, Free and Open to the Public; light lunch provided

  • Location: RutgersUniversity, School of Communication, Information and Library Studies (SCILS)

  • Description: Two presentations  1.) Dr. Heidi Julien, "Librarians’ Experiences of the Teaching Role"  and 2.) Karolien Selhorst,  "Knowledge management in libraries: Case study: Knowledge Management in the Public Library of  Vlissingen (The Netherlands)"

  • Flyer: April 3, 2009 flyer.doc

 

 

Tuesday April 14, 2009

Student Showcase at the Rutgers Club -- "The Rising Librarians -- Innovation and Ideas from MLIS Students"

  • 5:30+ p.m. (tentative start) 

  • Location: the Rutgers Club, New Brunswick, N.J.

  • Description: Challenges abound for students in Masters of Library and Information Science programs these days. In addition to balancing the traditional values of librarianship along with learning about new technologies such as using social media for reference, they reflect on all aspects of working with and serving constituents. Hear about their thought-provoking projects from the students themselves. Graduate students from Rutgers' School of Communication, Information and Library Studies will speak about what intrigues them today. There will be ample time for questions and interaction with the students.

 

 

 

Thursday, April 23, 2009

NJSLA Signature Event - "Alice Rankin Distinguished Lecture: Peter Bromberg Topic: Leadership/Change Management 

  • (Note this from SLA's NJ 'sister' Chapter, a non-PT/SLA event)

  • Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center, 178 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8556
  • Social 5:30 dinner 6 or 6:30 speaker 7-8 Q&A 8-8:30 (leaving room to go to 9 if needed) Speaker: Peter Bromberg

     

Wednesday May 27, 2009

Tour of the Frank Gehry-designed Lewis Library at Princeton University http://scilib.princeton.edu/                                                                                 

 

Wednesday March 4, 2009

  • Topic - Presidential Libraries: The Last Campaign,  independent researcher Anthony Clark

  • Hosted by Dow Jones & Company, 4300 North Route 1, South Brunswick, N.J. 08852  

  • Anthony Clark's Blog: http://www.anthony-clark.com/blog1/ 

  • February 15, 2009, The Philadelphia Inquirer ran the McCLATCHY TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE story Presidential libraries: 12 dot the nation, by Ann Tatko-Peterson and Anne Chalfant. See: http://www.philly.com/philly/travel/39446402.html 
  • Photos of March 4 Program, "Presidential Libraries: The Last Campaign," speaker, Anthony Clark, Independent  Researcher. Hosted by Dow Jones & Company

 

 

Sunday, February 15, 2009

  • Leadership Luncheon for Board and Committee Chairs, Hamilton, NJ, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

     


 

Created: July 24, 2007 3:35 p.m.

Last Edited: March 22, 2009 10:05 p.m. Michelle Volesko Brewer, Wiki Master 

Wiki Contact: mbrewer at njha.com

 

 

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