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Updates from the LACUNY Executive Council and LACUNY Officers are posted to CULIBS-L and reproduced here.

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  • Thursday, May 16, 2024 8:16 AM | Derek Stadler (Administrator)
    • Nicole Williams (President)
    • Mark Aaron Polger (Vice President/President Elect)
    • Charles Keyes (Treasurer)
    • Rosemary Farrell (Secretary)
    • Derek Stadler (Past President)


  • Thursday, May 16, 2024 8:15 AM | Derek Stadler (Administrator)

    Dália Leonardo Library School Scholarship

    • Gianna Nicole Fraccalvieri
    • Janna M. Luttrell

    Jay Bernstein Memorial Scholarship

    • Jill Cirasella (Graduate Center)
    • Mark Aaron Polger (College of Staten Island)


  • Thursday, May 09, 2024 10:00 AM | Derek Stadler (Administrator)
  • Friday, April 12, 2024 2:00 PM | Derek Stadler (Administrator)

    Zoom details: 


  • Friday, March 08, 2024 2:00 PM | Derek Stadler (Administrator)

    Zoom details: 


  • Friday, February 23, 2024 2:00 PM | Derek Stadler (Administrator)

    This year’s LACUNY Dialogues will be held on Friday, February 23, 2024 and will start promptly at 2:00 p.m. The event will take place virtually and be delivered via Zoom. You may register to attend at https://ccny.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0ld-muqzosGtX69hMEAUOs4lQroTo6SRIF. 

    CUNY library workers belong to many communities. We interact with our colleagues in the library, which is often its own department within a home institution, which is also a part of CUNY. Depending on our job functions, we may participate in CUNY-wide working groups or subcommittees related to specialties such as collection development, scholarly communication, or electronic resources. We may choose to belong to established local or national professional organizations, and/or to form personal, less formal connections with other information professionals in communities of our own creation.

    The theme of this year’s LACUNY Dialogues is “Building Community. Strengthening Connections.” We invite presentations from librarians, library staff, and colleagues across information professional titles on how they define, build, or maintain communities.

    Possible subject areas or topics may include (but are not limited to) responses to the following prompts:

    • Who do we see as members of our community?
    • How do we set about building and maintaining the connections that we have?
    • Is there any way in which the last four years have strengthened a community you belong to?
    • What steps do you take to maintain connections with multiple communities?
    • How do you leave a community you no longer feel aligned with?
    • Who has traditionally been excluded from our definitions of community?
    • Where do students fit into our definition of community? Non-library colleagues?
    • How do we bridge divides between titles, academic departments, and other divisions that may prevent us from providing the best possible service to the communities that we serve?
    • Who has historically been overlooked by or excluded from our communities and how is this being addressed?
    • What are we as CUNY library workers getting right about building maintaining communities? What are we getting wrong and how can we go about fixing these problems?
    • We are interested in hearing your thoughts about community, belonging, fostering connections, and more.

     

  • Friday, February 09, 2024 2:00 PM | Derek Stadler (Administrator)

    Zoom details: 


  • Friday, October 20, 2023 2:00 PM | Derek Stadler (Administrator)

    This year's presenters were:  

    • "How Do They Really See Us?: An Analysis of Faculty Perceptions of Academic Librarians as Teachers" - Mark Aaron Polger (CSI)
    • "The BMCC Library Information Literacy Program’s Asynchronous Research Toolkits" - Elizabeth ArestylAnthony BishopChristopher Lopez, and Sharell Walker (BMCC)
    • "How Two Teaching Library Professionals Experienced Action Research: From Embracing the Participation in a Professional Learning Community to Delving into Autobiographical Narrative Writing" - Maria Kiriakova (John Jay) & Joan Kelly Castro (Guttman)
    • "Planning for Imminent Renovations at City College’s Cohen Library" - Sean O'Heir (City College)
    • "GPS Mindset and Creating a Mindset Supportive Classroom by using a Social Annotation Tool" - Madeline Ruggiero (Queensborough) 
    • "Mexican Teachers’ Reactions to the 2023 National Textbook Program Prohibitions and Burnings" - Eric Silberberg (Queens)
    • "A Legacy of Latinx/e Visual Artists: The Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Arts (MoCHA) Collection at Hostos Archives" - Jorge Matos Valldejuli (Hostos)


  • Monday, November 07, 2022 2:00 PM | Nelson Santana (Administrator)

    The LACUNY Web Roundtable is having its fall meeting. Join us to talk all things library web, technology, and systems related!

    Monday Nov 7th, 2pm​

    Zoom Meeting credentials shared via CULIBS. 

    Co-chairs:

    Sarah Cohn/CCNY

    Rebecca Hyams/BMCC



  • Monday, October 03, 2022 11:00 AM | Nelson Santana (Administrator)

    Agenda items: 

    • Brown bag discussion on DEI initiatives at CUNY (this fall)
    • BRESI grants: invite someone to talk about Library grants that were not funded. Could OLS fund some library BRESI proposals?
    • Universal Design for Learning workshop
    • Spring event and potential speakers 


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