talk about weeding, inventory, memorials, gifts, promotion, processing,
technical stuff, furniture and fixtures, storage, when “they” decide to make
changes in the library space or its ministry.
A panel of experience librarians will moderate the open
are encouraged to provide input as well as share personal opinions on “How to
There will be a treasure chest filled with all kinds of
helpful goodies, And, YOU will be allowed to select one item from the treasure chest to keep.
Mark your calendars for our Fall meeting at Logos Bookstore in Snider Plaza. Rick Lewis has agreed to bring us up to date once more with new publications and publishing news at his store on Sunday, November 13th, at 2:00 p.m. Refreshments will be made available. See you there!
Susan & Rick Lewis in front of their Logos Bookstore.
any purchase made from the Logos Bookstore Display.
There will be Door Prizes.
NOTES ON THE SPEAKERS
Binkley is the Archivist at the Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology,
Southern Methodist University.
His expert work involves managing the
Collection, Preservation, and use of historical records that document the
history of Perkins School of Theology, Bridwell Library, and United Methodism
in Texas and surrounding states; arranging and describing archival collections;
curating exhibits; making public presentations to university and community
groups; publishing articles; and building collaborative partnerships with
historical and religious organizations.
He gave us an excellent presentation
at Bridwell during our tour scheduled for the 2015 CSLA National Conference.
Maristella Feustle is the Music Special Collections
Librarian at the University of North Texas. A native of Toledo, Ohio, she holds
Master’s Degrees in Jazz Guitar and Library Science from the University of
North Texas, and she remains active as a guitarist in the Dallas-Fort Worth
area. She is the current chair of the Music Library Association Preservation
Committee, and her research interests include American popular song, jazz
history, music theory, archives and preservation, reception history, and
She was a presenter at the 2015 CSLA
National Conference at the University of North Texas. Her workshop will help
you prepare for natural and “unnatural” disasters. She will share her
experiences and give you tips on how to develop a disaster preparedness plan.
The co-owner and co-manager of Logos Bookstore in
Snider Plaza will bring us up to date on publications of interest for our
Lewis will be on retreat during our Workshop Day.
and Rick Lewis have managed the store in Snider Plaza for many years.
Gentry is a professional acting coach, theater director and playwright with
several full-length musicals plus a Chicago children’s theater curriculum to
her credit. Lynne is an inspirational speaker and dramatic performer. She loves
spending time with her family or working the hospital oncology wards with her
medical therapy dog Roman.
up on a Kansas dairy farm, she didn’t have much opportunity to travel. She
longed for adventure and wanted to visit exotic places and meet famous people.
Imaginary trips became her escape from rural isolation.
series, “The Carthage Chronicles”, springs from these early imaginings.
The books are time travel, historical-Christian-romance adventures. Our Book
Review Group at All Saints Resource Library read all three titles in the series
and the author joined us for two of the discussions.
was a presenter at the 2015 CSLA National Conference at the University of North
Texas and this time will share her work and research on a new title involving
the discovery of an ancient manuscript.
Tyeson Seale is
the Outreach Coordinator at Central University Libraries, Southern Methodist
Tyeson has worked in Fondren Library for
8 years. Most of the time he has been involved in working with multimedia
technology, such as iPads in SMU’s Touch Learning Center. The “TLC” was a free
form lab that allowed faculty, students and staff to get familiar with tablet
technologies to find apps that supported their needs. Among the areas of
studies to benefit from this service were the Intensive English program,
Applied Physiology and Theology. Tyeson will share the most useful apps that
were discovered by patrons over the years.
to bring your iPad. There is wireless connection at All Saints Parish Resource
A lunch of Fresh Farm Green Salad with Tomatoes, Cucumbers,
Carrots, Croutons and Raspberry-Lime Vinaigrette, Italian Sausage Lasagna, Snap
Peas and Green Beans with Basil Pesto, Garlic Bread, and Tiramisu will be
prepared by Gregorio Draxler, Caterer at All Saints Catholic Church. We will
also have an Anniversary Cake! Please let us know if you need a vegetarian
lunch. Breakfast at registration will be your hostess’ treat.
The 48th CSLA Annual Conference at the University of North Texas in Denton was a great success with 42 members enrolled. Highlights of the conference can be seen at our new web site: https://cslanorthtexas.wordpress.com
Our next local program will be the traditional visit with Rick Lewis for an update on publishing trends and new resources for the Holidays. Mark your calendar for Sunday, October 25th, at 2:00 p.m. in the Logos Bookstore in Snider plaza.
The Texas State Library has partnered with WebJunction to bring you Reaching Our Spanish-Speaking Audience (ROSA). This professional development program will equip library staff with knowledge and resources to reach out to Spanish speakers in your communities and increase their access to technology. Topics include cultural differences, community partnerships, marketing, and technology. REFORMA Rio-Trinidad is pleased to co-sponsor and present the workshop for the Dallas Metroplex area, next May 17, at the J. Erik Jonsson Central library, 1515 Young Street, Dallas, TX 75201. 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information visit: http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/ld/workshops/rosa/ If you are interested in attending the workshop register at: http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/ld/workshops/rosa/regrosa.html. This course qualifies for six (6) hours of TSLAC Continuing Education credit or six (6) hours of SBEC Contnuing Education credit for school librarians (SBEC provider identification #500799).