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Book Event: Evgeny Morozov and Terry Winograd on "The Net Delusion"

The Net Delusion

On Wednesday, March 21, 4:30-6 p.m., in the Green Library Bender Room, Evgeny Morozov, author of The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom, will be in conversation with Stanford Professor of Computer Science Terry Winograd. They'll be introduced by Alexis Madrigal, technology editor at The Atlantic.

Concierge Session 2: Copyright, Licenses & E-resources

Concierge Session 2: Copyright, licenses & e-resources is coming up -- the 3 times/dates are:

  • Friday, 3/16 at 10am
  • Tuesday 3/20 at 10am
  • Tuesday 3/20 at 3pm

There are plenty of seats available in each session, so please sign-up now.

BayNet 2012 Annual Meeting Features David Silver

Join BayNet for a free program with the University of San Francisco’s David Silver, “Digital Natives” on a Media Fast: A Few Findings About College Students, Collective Curiosity, and Libraries. It will be held during the BayNet 2012 Annual Meeting on Friday, May 11, 9:00 am — noon, Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library 100 Larkin Street (at Grove), San Francisco.

Chalk Talk: "Augmented Reality" - March 15

Who: SULAIR and Coordinate Library Staff
When: Thursday, March 15, 2012, 2:30 - 4 PM
Where: Green Library, IC Classroom

We are increasingly experiencing a physical world that is enhanced with real-time, digital, computer-generated information. Given the current levels of collected and archived data (think of Google, Facebook, Twitter and others), the sky is the limit of what we can learn about places, artifacts and, not surprisingly, other people.

Ref Forum March 21 *Noon*: Being Customer Focused: New and Emerging Trends in Customer Service - Webinar

The March 21 Ref Forum will be a webinar about the new trends in customer service - what a perfect fit with our Concierge Project. Gretel Stock-Kupperman's presentation Being Customer Focused: New and Emerging Trends in Customer Service
promises that participants will:

  • Understand the changing customer service milieu in which libraries operate.
  • Be aware of tools and techniques to understand customer needs.

Concierge 2: Copyright Session – Sign Ups Now Available

Be prepared for your next “Marguerite Moment”; sign up for Concierge 2: Copyright.

At this session, we will provide an overview of Copyright, Intellectual Property, and Licensing issues of relevance to SULAIR. Click on Sign-up in the left column of the CourseWork site and reserve your spot now. There is also a link under Materials -> Concierge 2: Copyright to an excellent set of presentations from the Charleston Conference 2011: The Long Arm of the Law session.

concierge_graphic.jpgThe sessions for Concierge 2 will be held in the Green Library IC classroom and are one hour in length, at the following dates/times:

• Friday, March 16, 10am
• Tuesday, March 20, 10am & 3pm

See you on the Marguerite!

Chris Bourg

New Parking Lot Procedures at 1450 & 1454 Page Mill Road Facilities

New parking lot procedures have been implemented for SULAIR staff and visitors at our 1450 and 1454 Page Mill Road facilities.

Concierge 1 Session Coming Soon!

An announcement has been added in the "Library Concierge Project" site at Coursework 5 (

The first set of Concierge sessions (Concierge 1: Intro and CourseWork) are coming soon:
• Friday, February 17, 10am & 2pm
• Tuesday, February 21, 10am & 3pm

Visit to Graduate School of Business Library, Ref Forum - March 7

Come join a field trip to the Graduate School of Business Library. Mihoko Hosoi, Manager, i-Desk and Library Resources and Emily Alschbach, Research & Instruction Librarian, will guide us through the new facility and talk about their public service model.

Afterwards, join the discussion about challenges with a single service desk model.

Meet at the new Business Library at 2:00 pm.

Chalk Talk: "Follow the Yellow Brick Road: The SULAIR Website Redesign" - February 16


Who: SULAIR and Coordinate Library Staff
When: Thursday, February 16, 2012, 2:30 - 4 PM
Where: Green Library, IC Classroom


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