This Week in IUL
- KVML and InULA Reception & Open
- SLIS Reception: Location Update
- RDA Discussion at April 2 Metadata Discussion
- Health Sciences Librarians Association Annual
- Sign Up Today for Government Information Day
- Upcoming Application Deadline for the InULA
Research Incentive Fund
Library News and
InULA Reception & Open House
The InULA Programs & Social Committee
welcomes your RSVP to a reception at the Kurt
Vonnegut Memorial Library.
: KVML and InULA Reception
& Open House
: Tuesday, April
: 4:00pm -
: Kurt Vonnegut Memorial
Library (340 N. Senate, Indianapolis, IN)
: To celebrate one of
Indiana's favorite local authors and ACRL 2013 in Indianapolis
Catered snacks and beer
from a local brewery, compliments of InULA
Julia Whitehead and
Chris Stack will provide mini-tours of the KVML
collection and an overview of its history.
to Carrie Donovan (email@example.com
) - Chair, InULA Programs
& Social Committee by TODAY, March
(affirmative RSVPs will receive a map
with driving directions and parking information).
Colleagues who are interested in going to
dinner at the Rathskellar
following this event may contact
Jennifer Hehman (firstname.lastname@example.org
) for more information.
Submitted by: Carrie Donovan, Chair, InULA
Programs & Social Committee, IUB
Reception: Location Update
It was pointed out to me that there are two
Marriotts in the same area downtown. Just to
clarify, the SLIS reception is at the Indianapolis
Mariott Downtown at 350 West Maryland St.
the JW Marriott, the ACRL
conference hotel). Details are:
: SLIS Alumni Reception, no
charge to attend
: Friday, April
: 5:30pm -
: Indianapolis Marriott
Downtown, 350 West Maryland St., Monument Room
(The Monument Room can be accessed at the back of
the Lobby area.)
RSVP is required by April
, to Sarah Burton at email@example.com
Who is coming?: http://ils.indiana.edu/alumni/events.php?id=135
See you there!
Submitted by: Sarah Burton, Director of
Finance and Administration of SLIS, MLS'94,
Discussion at April 2 Metadata Discussion Group
The next Metadata Discussion Group meeting
will be on Tuesday, April 2
9:30am - 10:30am
in the Wells
Library, Room E174. The Metadata Discussion
Group meets monthly to discuss metadata issues
pertaining to libraries, archives, and
museums. The group has no formal
membership. Library staff, SLIS faculty and
students, and those on campus interested in the
topic are welcome to attend.
Shortly after the Library of Congress'
March 31 implementation date, we will discuss the
new cataloging standard, Resource Description
& Access (RDA), from a metadata perspective.
This discussion will not
focus on how to catalog with RDA, nor address
specific changes from AACR2 (watch the blog
for resources that address these
topics!). Instead, the goal of this meeting will
be to move beyond the micro details of the new
standard and to expand into the macro implications
that RDA has for the future of library data. How
is bibliographic data modeled differently in RDA?
What exactly does RDA promise to deliver? How
might RDA transform discovery?
: RDA & the Future of
: Tuesday, April
: 9:30am -
: Wells Library E174
For a list of recommended resources on the
topic, please see the full meeting announcement.
Learn more about the Metadata Discussion
Group at our blog, blogs.libraries.edu/metadata
, or join the
group email list by sending the following in the
subject line of the message (leave the body of the
message blank) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Suggestions for future topics are
welcome. Please email email@example.com
with suggestions or questions.
Submitted by: Jennifer Liss,
Metadata/Cataloging Librarian, IUB
Sciences Librarians Association Annual
The Indiana Health Sciences Librarians
Association is having its annual meeting "Creative
Collaborations" on Monday and Tuesday,
April 8 and 9, 2013
at the Marten
House in Indianapolis.
Our April 8 Continuing Education Course
"Introduction to the Incident Command System and
the National Incident Management System" is taught
by Jim Floyd, M.Ed., CHS-Ill, WEMT, PI, who is the
Director of Healthcare Intelligence, Training, and
Education at MESH. Jim is a dynamic speaker
and draws on over 25 years of real-world
experience in emergency management, public safety
(think Super Bowl XLVI), and healthcare. As
part of the workshop, there will be a tabletop
exercise involving potential roles for the
Our April 9 Program features presentations
- Kacy Allgood, MLS and Sewell Fellow aka "the
Ambulance Riding Librarian." Ms. Allgood is
with the Indianapolis Medical Services (IEMS),
Indiana Emergency Medical Services for Children
(IEMSC), and the Indiana University, Department of
Emergency Medicine, Division of Out-of-Hospital
- Holly Ann Burt, MLIS, AHIP, Greater Midwest
Region, National Network of Libraries of Medicine
on librarian involvement with patient safety
- And much more!
To view the complete program, information on
the course, and to register -- please visit the
conference website at: https://sites.google.com/site/ihsla13/home
If you have questions, please contact:
Kellie Kaneshiro at firstname.lastname@example.org
Submitted by: Kellie Kaneshiro, Research
Today for Government Information Day
FREE Day-Long Conference!
Government Information Day 2013: Of the
People, By the People, For the People...But where
can I find it?
Tuesday, April 9
Indiana State Library
315 West Ohio Street
Indianapolis, IN, 46202
On April 9, the day before ACRL 2013, we
invite you to the Indiana State Library for our
inaugural Government Information Day. Have
you always wondered where we keep all of that
government information? Don't you want to
get your hands on it? Has your last search
brought nothing but frustration? This year's
theme expresses the sentiment of many librarians
and patrons alike, "Government Information: Of the
People, By the People, For the People, But where
can I find it?"
This collaborative conference is open to
all people interested in government information,
government documents, and government data:
librarians, academics, government professionals,
nonprofit professionals, and the public.
Learn from government professionals, network with
other librarians, and share knowledge with those
who want to know more!
The day will be filled with opportunities
to hear more about current and historic public
information on federal, state, and local
levels. Earn LEUs from great speakers
including Tony Fargo, IBJ Columnist, Associate
Professor of Journalism, & Director of the
Center for International Media Law and Policy
Studies, Indiana University; Stephen Laue,
Information Services Specialist, Chicago Region,
US Census Bureau; and Connie Lawson, Indiana
Secretary of State.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Government information stewardship
- Open Government/Transparency in
- Challenges and Opportunities of Delivering
- Technological Innovation: Remaining relevant
in the electronic age
- Online Resources for Government Information
We will also have professionals from several
federal and state government agencies and
informational organizations here ready to talk to
you, including the U.S. Census Bureau, The Library
of Congress Law Library, the Indiana Supreme
Court, and many more.
Register now to reserve your space!
View your invitation online: http://www.in.gov/library/files/GID.htm
FREE registration: http://www.in.gov/activecalendar/EventRegistration.aspx?
About Government Information Day: http://www.in.gov/library/GID.htm
Flyer PDF: http://www.in.gov/library/files/GIDflyer.pdf
A $10 lunch will be available and there are
plenty of nearby restaurants to choose from.
Parking information is available via the State
Library's website: http://in.gov/library/2348.htm
The GID13 conference is sponsored by the
Indiana State Library and INDIGO (Indiana
Networking for Documents and Information of
Submitted by: Jennifer Bryan Morgan, Documents
Librarian, Law Library, IUB
Application Deadline for the InULA Research
The InULA Research Incentive Fund is
intended to encourage and support research by
providing funding for research projects of any
size or scope. All applications will be considered
on their merits. In the case of equally
meritorious proposals, those of non-tenured
librarians may be given priority, because it is
often difficult for beginning researchers to
obtain research grants.
The guidelines, application, and other
information may be found at: http://www.indiana.edu/~inula/opportunities/index.html
Applications for InULA Research Incentive
funds to support research, professional
development, or service are due on Monday,
. Applications are reviewed
after the deadline by the InULA Grants and
Scholarship Committee and recommendations made to
the Executive Board for approval and funding.
Notice of awards is provided to the applicants as
soon as possible.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you
have any questions.
Submitted by: Catherine Lemmer, Chair, InULA
Grants and Scholarship Committee, IUPUI