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Next ARLD Meeting 10/10
September 29, 2008Posted by on
Would you like to meet new colleagues, share ideas for improving library services and learn about the latest research on Wikipedia? Please join the Academic Libraries Research Division (ARLD) of the Maryland Library Association for a meeting on Friday, October, 10. We’ll discuss ARLD programs, including the November bus tour to NYC libraries, plans for the MLA conference and a for a spring program.
In addition, Lucy Holman, Director of the Langsdale Library, University of Baltimore, will discuss her recent study on Wikipedia (Rector, Lucy Holman. “Comparison of Wikipedia and other encyclopedias for accuracy, breadth, and depth in historical articles.” Reference Services Review 36.1 (2008): 7-22 )
Hope to see you on October 10! ARLD is the Maryland chapter of ACRL (Academic and College Research Libraries), ALA.
Place: Loyola Notre Dame Library http://www.loyola.edu/library/directions.htm
Date: Friday, October 10, 1-3pm