Date: Wed, March 9, 2pm – 3pm
Location: Dow Jones, 1025 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 1100, Washington, DC
These interactive sessions, which will be presented in the spring and fall in 2011, will explore recent developments in the copyright and licensing arena. The presentations and panel discussions always prove to be interesting and informative. Bring your questions!
Free for SLA members
$25 for non-SLA members
Contact: Gregory Bailey email@example.com
Future Ready Panel Discussion
Date: Tues, March 15, 6pm-8pm
Location: NPR, 635 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC Closest Metro stations: Mount Vernon Sq.- Convention Center (Yellow/Green) or Gallery Place - Chinatown (Red/Yellow/Green)
SLA President Cindy Romaine has challenged us to be Future Ready. But what does that mean exactly? Our panel of distinguished local library leaders will tackle this topic on Tuesday, March 15, as we consider what the future may hold for society and our profession. Our panelists will be Laura Soto-Bara of National Public Radio, Pamela Tripp-Melby of the International Monetary Fund and Sue Woodson of Welch Medical Library, Johns Hopkins University.
$10 Students/Retired/Unemployed Members
DC/SLA Fiction Book Club
Date: Wed, March 16, 6pm-7pm
Location: Barnes & Noble at the corner of E St and 12th St, NW in the café
The topic for March - very appropriately is any book about Ireland or with Green in the title.
RSVP: Barbara Folensbee-Moore bfolensbee-moore@morganlewis.
Students and New Professional Happy Hours
Date:Mon, March 21, 6pm
Location: Maddy's Bar and Grill, 1726 Connecticut Avenue Northwest www.maddysbar.com/
Dupont Circle (Red Line)
Close to the Washington Hilton, location of Computers in Libraries
RSVP or questions to Carrie Port (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Cheri Widowski (email@example.com) or just show up!