Tuesday, March 28, 2006

ACRL offering online e-collection development seminar, April 24-May 13

" . . . a convenient, cost-affordable method to continue one's education
as a practicing librarian."

"I believe that this course would be the greatest preparation for
anyone thinking about building an e-library."

"This is a thoughtfully designed course with the useful practical side
of the profession . . ."

--past participants in "Electronic Collection Development for the
Academic e-Library"

Registration is open for ACRL's online seminar, "Electronic Collection
Development for the Academic e-Library": April 24-May 13.

In this three-week course, participants will learn to create an
academic e-library collection development plan for free and fee-based
Web-accessible resources for a patron community of their choice.

Walk away with a collection development plan for your e-library. The
collection development plan will include:

*collection plan abstract or introduction
*collection strategy
*collection organization plan
*collection maintenance plan

This seminar is delivered through WebCT.

Register today. Registration for this seminar is now open. For
additional information and a link to the online registration form,
visit: http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlproftools/ecollectiondevelopment
The seminar is limited to 60 participants, so register early.

Payment may be made by credit card or purchase order (PO) only. If
paying by PO, the PO number is required at the time of registration.


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