Daily Archives: May 5, 2011

The Times are Changing: Concepts of collegiality are no longer sufficient – read about the AUUP struggles

“AUUP fights to stay in the game in tough new world” by Jon Marcus in Times Higher Education. See http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=416032&c=1

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Future of Academic Libraries: A Reminder of the Meeting Friday, May 6, 10 AM

A Note from Marcel Fortin: Here is the agenda for the meeting on the future of academic librarianship being held tomorrow, Friday May 6th in Robarts room 4049. Other items for the agenda are of course welcome. I encourage everyone … Continue reading

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Last Call for Nominations for the CAUT Distinguished Librarians Award

Dear Colleagues, The CAUT Distinguished Librarians Award will be the first time that the University of Toronto librarians have participated in this national award. Don’t let your community down, take a few minutes to think about this. Do you know … Continue reading

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