Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Registration is now open for the 2015 eBUG (exLibris Bluegrass User Group) Annual Conference.

Registration is now open for the 2015 eBUG (exLibris Bluegrass User Group) Annual Conference. This year's conference will be held June 12, 2015 at Bluegrass Community and Technical College  in Lexington, KY. 
 
This one-day regional conference allows librarians and others to share their experiences and best practices related to ExLibris library technologies, such as Primo, SFX, Voyager, and Alma. Our featured keynote speaker this year is Mike Rogers, the discovery systems coordinator at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Mike will be sharing his insights on the successful implementation of Alma at UT.
 
Register online at

Looking forward to seeing you this June!
 
On behalf of the 2015 eBUG Officers
 
Maureen Cropper (maureen.cropper@kctcs.edu) – Bluegrass Community & Technical College
Julene Jones (julene.jones@uky.edu) – University of Kentucky
Pamela Colyer (p.colyer@moreheadstate.edu) – Morehead State University

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Call For Proposals for Kentucky Convergence 2015

A presentation opportunity in beautiful Bowling Green, KY
 
The Call For Proposals for Kentucky Convergence 2015 (held this year at Western Kentucky University) is now open.  We invite presentation proposals in the areas of instructional design, information technology, academic librarianship, online teaching/learning, and related topics.  Deadline for proposal submissions is June 30, and the authors of presentations selected for the conference will be notified by July 31.

Friday, April 17, 2015

KLA Scholarships

As posted on the KLA Listserve, two scholarships to be used in the pursuit of an MLS/MLIS are available from KLA:

The Linda Kompanik Memorial Scholarship is now available on the KLA website:

http://www.klaonline.org/scholarships965.cfm

As well as the Minority Scholarship:

http://www.klaonline.org/docs/KLA%20Scholarship%20for%20Minority%20Students.pdf

Friday, March 27, 2015

Call for Session Proposals - eBUG (ExLibris Users Group) 2015 Annual Conference (deadline extended)



Ex Libris users of Kentucky and beyond:

The eBUG (Ex Libris Bluegrass Users Group) annual conference is scheduled for June 12, 2015 at Bluegrass Community and Technical College, Lexington, Kentucky.

Proposals are being accepted for presentations for the conference!

Proposals should be submitted at:  eBUG 2015 Proposals

The deadline to submit a proposal is March 31, 2015. Notification regarding acceptance of proposals will take place by April 13, 2015.

Presentations are being sought in relation to the use of Ex Libris products, such as Primo, SFX, Voyager, Alma, etc.  We encourage proposals associated with any aspect of using these products, including those related to public services, library instruction, technical services, and systems.

All topics should be related to Ex Libris products and presentations should last approximately 45 minutes. Chosen presenters must agree to provide ELUNA and Ex Libris copies of their presentations for posting on their respective websites, if requested. Conference registration fees for presenters of accepted proposals will be waived.

Questions may be directed to the current eBUG officers.

On behalf of the eBUG officers,

Maureen Cropper (maureen.cropper@kctcs.edu) – Bluegrass Community & Technical College
Julene Jones (julene.jones@uky.edu) – University of Kentucky
Pamela Colyer (p.colyer@moreheadstate.edu) – Morehead State University



Tuesday, March 04, 2014

eBUG Conference- Call for Presentations deadline extended to March 17



Ex Libris users of Kentucky and beyond:

The eBUG Conference is scheduled for June 20, 2014 at Morehead State University Morehead, Kentucky.

The eBUG officers are pleased to announce that the guest speaker for the 2014 eBUG Conference will be Marshall Breeding, Independent Consultant and Founder of Library Technology Guides.

Proposals are now being accepted for presentations for the 2014 annual conference of the Ex Libris Bluegrass Users Group (eBUG). Presentations are being sought for all Ex Libris products, such as Primo, SFX, Voyager, etc.  We highly encourage the submission relating to public services, library instruction, technical services, and systems.

All topics should be related to Ex Libris products and presentations should last approximately 45 minutes. Chosen presenters must agree to provide ELUNA and Ex Libris copies of their presentations for posting on their respective websites, if requested. Conference registration fees for presenters of accepted proposals will be waived.

Proposals should be submitted on the eBUG website:

The deadline to submit a proposal is now March 17, 2014. Notification regarding acceptance of proposals will take place by April 1, 2014.

Questions may be directed to the current eBUG officers.

On behalf of the eBUG officers,

Ophelia Chapman (o.chapman@moreheadstate.edu) – Morehead State University
Pamela Colyer (p.colyer@moreheadstate.edu) – Morehead State University
Maureen Cropper (maureen.cropper@kctcs.edu) – Bluegrass Community &Technical College