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Menucha Recap

The ACRL OR/WA joint fall conference was held just over a week ago at Menucha. The weather was beautiful, the speakers truly amazing, and the opportunity to gather with colleagues a delight. Read a full report about the conference to learn more. You can also watch videos of the conference intro, opening keynote, closing keynote, and closing panel. Or see the conference experience as documented in photos by the keynote speaker.

The annual membership meeting was well attended. A brief report of the prior year was given as well as a presentation of OLA’s Vision 2020 report. Each OLA division has been asked to respond to the four vision statements presented in the report. We ran out of time for discussion, so watch for a chance to respond by email soon.

This year also marked the 35th anniversary of ACRL Oregon as a chapter. After the membership meeting, we all celebrated with cake!

ACRL Oregon 35th Anniversary cake

Ready to eat!

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2 Responses

  1. […] Visit the ACRL Oregon blog to see a recap with links to videos and photos: https://acrloregon.org/2010/11/08/menucha-recap/. […]

  2. […] thinkers and creators of information and less about the static content we store in our collections. A recap of the ACRL-NW 2010 conference is available alongside a full report and several videos from the event including the final panel […]

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