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EnviroAtlas is a website hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that gives users access to a powerful, web-based interactive mapping application. This webinar aims to introduce attendees to a small selection of the over 400 geospatial datasets, four educational lesson plans, and analytic and interpretive tools available to them.
Attendees will explore factsheets, data matrices, case studies, and other resources available on the EnviroAtlas site, familiarize themselves with the interactive mapping application, and work through a sample of one of the lesson plans provided by the EnviroAtlas team in this hour-long webinar.
Speaker: Jo Klein (they/them), UNC Greensboro, GIS and Data Visualization Librarian and Assistant Professor. Jo Klein is the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Data Visualization Librarian at UNC Greensboro. In addition to providing library support and services for GIS and data visualization research, instruction, and learning, Jo serves as the library liaison to the Geography, Environment, and Sustainability Department and the Master of Science in Informatics and Analytics Program at UNCG. Previously, Jo worked as an Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) Student Services Contractor with the US EPA at its Chapel Hill campus, where they provided support for lab activities and conducted GIS analysis.
I wanted to invite anyone who may be interested in joining BLINC's first quarterly workshop of the year which will be taking place on Friday, 2/28 at Elon University. The workshop & parking is free (aside from lunch)! Again, we welcome any who finds interest in the following agenda items!
We will be gathering in Elon's new Sankey Hall building (304 S O'Kelly Ave, Elon, NC 27244). Parking is free, please park in the McMichael East parking lot (an extension of the large McMichael lot off of O'Kelly St, next to the McMichael Science Building). You'll know you're in the correct lot if you see a bulldozed and empty lot next door. Sankey Hall is across from the McMichael Science Building.
9:30-10: Socializing over morning snacks & coffee
10-10:30: Introductions & Sharing what's new with your work or your library
10:30-1130: Business Reference & Instruction: Finance lightning rounds
11:30-1pm Lunch: Mediterrainian Deli (11 min. walk), other options available
*Optional* 12-1pm: Grab your lunch on campus & bring it back to enjoy while joining Angel as she leads the NewBusLib online discussion on committee involvement; including speakers from BRASS & SLA-B&F
1-2pm: Lighting Rounds on 'Professional Development & Networking'
2-3: Conferences & proposal inspiration (Discussion & Collaboration)
Please let me know if you have any questions & RSVP with me!
Summer Krstevska (email@example.com, 336-758-4303)
It's our 29th North Carolina Serials Conference!
Hosted by North Carolina Central University's School of Library and Information Sciences, the conference will be held on Friday, March 27, 2020 at the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education in Chapel Hill, NC.
Conference sessions will explore topics like librarianship, the serials industry, scholarly communication, diversity, equity, and inclusion, e-resource management, and more.
Registration is now open and will close on March 13, 2020. Standard registration is $40, and student registration is free. To register, please visit the conference website:
We look forward to seeing you in a few short weeks.
Hello ACLA Community! We know it may be a bit early, but we’re already planning our ACLA Spring Conference, to be held April 17th, 2020 in Wilmington, NC!
For our upcoming conference, we have a change of venue; the Northeast branch of the New Hanover County Public Library will be the site of the conference, located at 1241 Military Cutoff Rd, Wilmington, NC 28405.
Plenty of free parking is available!
Calls for proposals/posters will be coming in December and Early bird registration will run from February 1st-March 15th, 2020. $25 Early Bird/$30 thereafter.
Please check our page occasionally for any updates, and we’ll look forward to seeing you in Wilmington in April! https://azaleacoastlibraryassociation.wordpress.com
The Call for Applications to the 2020 NCLA Leadership Institute is now open. Please see the Call for Applications (Word document) for additional information.
This year's institute will be held September 16-19, 2020 at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in Black Mountain, North Carolina. Applications are due Friday, March 27, 2020.
2020 NCLA Leadership Institute Planning Committee:
Mike Crumpton: firstname.lastname@example.org
Joel Ferdon: email@example.com
Amanda Glenn-Bradley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jen Hanft: email@example.com
Kate Hill: firstname.lastname@example.org
Juli Moore: email@example.com
Christie Reale: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lorrie Russell: email@example.com
If you have any questions please feel free to contact any member of the committee.
Registration is now open for the North Carolina Community College Systems Conference.
To register, visit the conference website: https://projects.ncsu.edu/mckimmon/cpe/opd/NCCCS/
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