You're invited to attend the Special Libraries
Association's Kentucky Chapter business meeting and program on *Friday,
meeting and presentations will be held at the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law
(2301 S. Third Street). An optional box
lunch will be offered during the business meeting. Attendees are also welcome
to bring their own brown bag lunch. If you'd like to order a box lunch,
please see City Cafe's menu
and notify Virginia Matttingly
of your selection.
Survey registration must be completed by 5PM on Friday,
Register here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KYCHapterAugust2012Meeting
** Carpooling is strongly encouraged. Paid parking is
available at the Speed Museum (2035 South Third Street) and at the Floyd
Street Parking Garage (2126 South Floyd Street). The nearest metered off-street
parking is located
in the area bordered
by S. 2nd Street, S. 4th Street, and W. Cardinal Blvd.
Public transportation is provided by TARC. A
map of UofL's Belknap campus is located here
Schedule of events:
1:00-2:30: Business Meeting & Luncheon (Law School,
2:30-3:00: Break & optional Library Tour (Law
3:00-5:00: Presentations (Room 175)
The theme for this program is Government Issues &
Access to Information. Dwayne Buttler
will present "Fair Use, Best Practices, and Copyright Realities".
Kurt Metzmeier will present "Free Assessable Government Information, Killed by a Thousand Budget Cuts?" Lars Smith will speak about PIPA and
SOPA. Robin Harris will provide an introduction to the Lexis-Nexis Academic
Universe US Legal collection. Will Hilyerd will talk about legal research and Jim Becker may speak about courtroom technology and related issues.
Cost: SLA-KY Members: $10, Non-Members: $20, Students:
$5. The optional box lunch cost $9.50
(includes tax, delivery, & tip). An additional $1 service charge will be added to credit card payments.
Make checks payable to SLA-KY Chapter and mail to:
740 W. New Circle Rd.
Lexington, KY 40550
* This event was originally scheduled in March, but was
cancelled due to inclement weather.
Labels: government information, professional development, SLA Kentucky Chapter