Another year is coming to a close and the NEFLIN Blog is going on Holiday. We will be back in 2013 with more great content.
Brad and Patty
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The meeting also featured our first ever silent auction. The NEFLIN Board of Directors recently established the Jim Morris Scholarship Fund, in the memory of Jim Morris.
We are pleased to announce that the auction raised $1,137 for the fund!
Thanks go to Board members, Brian Nesselrode and Rachel Schipper for coordinating this effort.
Thanks to our official annual meeting photographer, Jae Bass, for such great photos of the event.
Here are a few to start you off with and the rest are here.
The following are a few posts to recap the NEFLIN Annual Meeting on Friday, September 14.
The theme this year was Libraries are Magic!.
Brad started his report with the disclaimer that a professional magician was not in the budget, and his brother-in-law only did kid's parties. However, using the magic of the Internet he did learn a magic trick, and with the able assistance of Bonnie Smith was able to get the meeting off to a fun start.
Other items of interest:
|Frankenbooks and the Future of eBooks: An Ongoing Challenge |
|Getting the Most from Your eBook Readers: Tips and Tricks |
|eTextbooks: The Shift to Digital — New Models for Course Distribution |
Nik Osborne, J.D.
|Swimming Upstream: Collection Development Issues and eContent |
|Ebook Licensing and Access — Now and the Future |
|This session will analyze the barriers to eBook lending models currently available for libraries.|