The NETSL programming at the NELA conference was a big success! Thanks to all who attended our sessions. We appreciate your questions, comments, and sharing of information at our sessions.
The presentations will be added to our website as we receive them from the speakers.
How To Create an Emergency Disaster Plan for Your Library. (PPT)
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Streaming Video (Pdf), along with service agreement (Pdf) and draft license (Pdf).
UConn streaming license draft
It is time to vote for the NETSL officers for the 2014/2015 Executive Board. Voting is open to NETSL members only. Please watch for an email with a link to the ballot. Voting closes September 30, 2014.
NELA 2014 – Be Bold. Libraries in the Center Ring.
Join us in Boxborough Mass. this year for what promises to be another great NELA conference. This year’s theme is Be Bold. Libraries in the Center Ring. We will showcase fresh new ideas and successful library initiatives that are positioning libraries as leaders and strong partners in their communities. Stay tuned to this page for more information as it becomes available. You can also follow the conference on Twitter at #NELA2014.
Holiday Inn Boxborough (Mass.) October 19 – 21, 2014
NETSL programming is on Tuesday, October 21st.
Early bird registration runs through September 10!
The NETSL Board is currently looking for a Treasurer and a Vice-President/President Elect. The term runs from October to October and officially begins at the NELA Annual Conference in late October. For a description of these positions, please see our Job Descriptions page. You can also contact any NETSL Board member or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elections will happen soon after our nomination period in August or September.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2014 NETSL Award for Excellence in Technical Services!
The 2014 Award went to:
Amira Aaron, Associate Dean, Scholarly Resources, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Diane Baden, Head, Monographic Services, O’Neill Library, Boston College, Boston, MA.
More information about the recipients and the award here
It was a pleasure to see so many familiar faces for our conference yesterday. Our keynote speaker got us off to a great start, especially with the Twitter crowd. Can we continue the discussion on local practices, anyone?
NETSL hopes that you enjoyed our annual conference. To help us continue offering great programming, please take a moment to fill out our Conference Evaluation. It takes only about 5-10 min. We would appreciate your feedback!
I hope you can join us tomorrow for an exciting day of NETSL 2014! Presentations are already being uploaded. So take a look at our conference webpage to see the latest additions. Over the next few days we’ll be adding more. So stay tuned!