ACRL/NY Symposium 2016
Event Photos – Get-It-Done and Accomplish Goals
Slideshow of ACRL/NY Visit to Metropolitan Museum of Art Library
ACRL/NY Symposium 2015 from left to right
ACRL/NY Symposium 2015 from left to right
Library Journal Article on “Leveraging Open Educational Resources in the Classroom and Beyond”
ACRL/NY visits Google’s New York City Office
UN Library Tour Slideshow

News

  • ACRL/NY Spring 2017 Meet-n-Greet– May 24, 2017 ACRL/NY invites librarians, archivists, library professionals and LIS students to join us for our spring social gathering and networking event on May 24, 2017. The free event will provide a great opportunity to network with colleagues, meet the ACRL/NY Executive Board members, and have some fun! Refreshments to be served. Please join us at what will certainly ...
  • The Long Island University Libraries Ethnographic Study (presentation) – April 21, 2017 LACUNY & ACRL/NY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEES, PRESENTATION for ACRL/NY and LACUNY members: The LIU Libraries Ethnographic Study: Librarians-turned-Ethnographers Share their Experiences From 2012-2016 Long Island University Libraries conducted a large scale ethnographic study to better understand how students study in the library, conduct their research, and use different sources. The research team analyzed over 1000 survey responses, ...
  • ACRL/NY Webcast – Essentials of Usability Design for Library Research Guides – 3/8/17 ACRL/NY Webcast Upcoming ACRL/NY Webcast Essentials of Usability Design for Library Research Guides will be held on two locations at CUNY and SUNY on March 8, 2017 at 2 PM (EST) Please RSVP to any of these locations to attend : CUNY Hostos Community College Library (For RSVP and contact details : Haruko Yamauchi at hyamauchi@hostos.cuny.edu) SUNY Purchase College ...

Upcoming ACRL/NY Events

  • ACRL/NY Spring 2017 Meet-n-Greet– May 24, 2017 ACRL/NY invites librarians, archivists, library professionals and LIS students to join us for our spring social gathering and networking event on May 24, 2017. The free event will provide a great opportunity to network with colleagues, meet the ACRL/NY Executive Board members, and have some fun! Refreshments to be served. Please join us at what will certainly ...
  • Mobile UX: Best Practices in Web Design and Content Management — April 7, 2017 — Mercy College, NY *****Please excuse our cross-postings***** Save the Date: ACRL/NY User Experience (UX) Discussion Group Meeting Mobile UX: Best Practices in Web Design and Content Management Professor Valerie Forrestal, Web Services Librarian at the College of Staten Island, CUNY, will lead a lively discussion about usability issues for mobile web site development. She will discuss various aspects of usability such ...
  • The Long Island University Libraries Ethnographic Study (presentation) – April 21, 2017 LACUNY & ACRL/NY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEES, PRESENTATION for ACRL/NY and LACUNY members: The LIU Libraries Ethnographic Study: Librarians-turned-Ethnographers Share their Experiences From 2012-2016 Long Island University Libraries conducted a large scale ethnographic study to better understand how students study in the library, conduct their research, and use different sources. The research team analyzed over 1000 survey responses, ...
  • ACRL/NY Webcast – Essentials of Usability Design for Library Research Guides – 3/8/17 ACRL/NY Webcast Upcoming ACRL/NY Webcast Essentials of Usability Design for Library Research Guides will be held on two locations at CUNY and SUNY on March 8, 2017 at 2 PM (EST) Please RSVP to any of these locations to attend : CUNY Hostos Community College Library (For RSVP and contact details : Haruko Yamauchi at hyamauchi@hostos.cuny.edu) SUNY Purchase College ...
  • ACRL/NY’s Research & Writing Support Group – April 20, 2017 – CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY   “Shut Up and Write!” DESCRIPTION: Do you have an article draft you need to work on? An outline to refine? A book proposal to begin? Even a totally half-baked research idea to flesh out on paper? Okay, so answer this: are you your own worst enemy when it comes to putting nose to ...