I hope many of you will be able to join us for the UBC/SFU Good Neighbour Summit this Thursday. Here are the details:
Date and time: Thursday, June 23rd, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
515 W. Hastings Street
To help us with planning, please take a moment to let us know if you’ll be joining us by visiting this link.
In case you missed it, here's a rundown of our program:
- SFUFA President Dan Laitsch on “What it means to have a faculty council: perils, pitfalls, and opportunities in self-governance” and Arielle Lomness, Collections Librarian (UBCO), Erin Menzies, Southern Medical Program Librarian (UBCO) and Kim Buschert, Wine Industry Project Coordinator (UBCO) on library councils
- Alan Doyle, University Records Manager (UBC), Richard Dancy, Staff Archivist (SFU), Joy Rowe, Acting Records Management Archivist (SFU) and Barbara Towell, Electronic Records Manager (UBC) on “The death of the archival record, and how to revive it"
- Baharak Yousefi, Head, SFU Library Communications, on “Exposing the gap between LIS rhetoric and practice: reporting from the front lines of #critlib”
- Topic à la carte: Facilitated discussion groups on topics such as research, organizational change, bargaining, headships and workload
Vancouver participants - Meet us for a post-summit gathering at Malone’s Social Lounge and Taphouse, 525 Seymour Street (on the corner of Pender and Seymour)
We're looking forward to seeing everyone Thursday afternoon!
Chair, Librarians and Archivists Committee