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Special Interest Groups: Academic Librarians

Academic Librarians SIG (AL-SIG)

The Academic Librarians Interest Group is an informal discussion group that meets four times a year at various locations in SWON's service area in order to discuss challenges, ideas, and strategies for academic libraries. 

Topics include, but are not limited to: instruction, information literacy, marketing, technology, trends, and more. This group is open to all interested parties. Join ALSIG and share your tips for a successful university life!

Cost:  Free

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Adam Thurman joined the group Special Interest Groups: Academic Librarians.
Posted Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Tina Beis registered for the event Academic Librarians Interest Group (ALIG).
Posted Monday, June 19, 2017
Karen Whyte registered for the event Academic Librarians Interest Group (ALIG).
Posted Monday, June 12, 2017
Kari Siders registered for the event Academic Librarians Interest Group (ALIG).
Posted Monday, June 12, 2017
Gayle Ecabert registered for the event Academic Librarians Interest Group (ALIG).
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