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ACRLNEC Annual Conference Registration Open

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Registration is open through April 18.

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Annual Conference Proposals due Friday, January 19

Submit your proposal now for the 2018 Annual Conference! See the full Call for Proposals for guidelines and a link to submit your proposal. Read more

IP Filtering is obsolete: webinar recording

The link to the publicly available recording of this webinar can be found here: Read more

Movin’ on Up: Advancing into Academic Library Middle Management Register

Whether you have fallen into a department/division head job and thought “Umm…ok…don’t panic.” OR…you are yearning to make that leap from front lines to middle management, but the fear of failure holds you back (or the stereotypes of middle managers make you cringe) this webinar might be for you. Read more

Free ACRL/NEC Webinar

December 14 2017

IP filtering is obsolete. Where do we go from here?

11:00am - 12:00pm

online via Zoom

Registration is free and open to anyone interested in authentication, authorization, and access to library/vendor eresources.

ERMIG Webinar: Registration Open

The ACRL New England Chapter's Electronic Resources Management Interest Group (ERMIG) is pleased to announce our first webinar!

November 17 2017

Counter Release 5 for Better Usage Reporting

11:00am - 12:00pm

Online via Zoom

Did you know that a new COUNTER Code of Practice was released earlier this year? The new Release 5 is a significant change from Release 4. Attend this webinar to learn about these changes and how they will affect your library's usage reporting. Read more

Save the date for SCIG's Winter Program

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ASIG Fall Conference

The ACRL New England Chapter’s Access Services Interest Group is proud to present 'Issues and Trends In Circulation: Challenges, Opportunities, and Solutions', a FREE ½ day conference on October 27, 2017 at the Community College of Rhode Island. Lightning talks will be presented on topics such as: loanable technology, managing student workers’ schedules, tracking ILL circulation, and more! Roundtable discussions... Read more