Panelists for The Future is Tomorrow

With about a month to go until our fall program, “The Future is Tomorrow,” we are pleased to announce our panelists:

  • Lucy Holman (moderator), President of the Maryland Library Association and Director, Langsdale Library, University of Baltimore
  • Gina Calia-Lotz, Instructional Services Librarian, Harford Community College Library
  • Ted Kruse, Associate Director for Technical Services, Langsdale Library, University of Baltimore
  • Barb Mann, Assistant Director for Public Services, Information and Library Services, University of Maryland University College
  • Amanda Youngbar, Library Associate for Learning Commons, Towson University, and a distance-education student in the Library & Information Science program at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Julie Zamostny, Staff Development Coordinator, Western Maryland Regional Library

The program will also feature a presentation by Steven Bell entitled “Tomorrow is What We Make It: Designing Our Preferred Future.” Bell is the Vice President/President Elect of ACRL and Associate University Librarian for Research & Instruction at Temple University.

Program Details:
Date: Friday, October 14, 2011
Time: 9am – 3:30pm
Location: Loyola University Graduate Center, Columbia, MD (view map)

This program has been approved for 4 contact hours. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. When registering, please indicate your sandwich choice: Tuna Salad, Ham & Swiss, Turkey & Provolone, Grilled Veggie Sandwiches. Registration and breakfast will open at 9am; the program will begin at 10am.

Registration: MLA Members, $60; Non-members, $90; Students, $51. Register at: https://www.mdlib.org/happenings/register.asp

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