Thursday, April 26, 2007

Academic Libraries of Indiana’s (ALI) Board Meets at Bracken Library to Finalize Annual Member Meeting Plans

On Tuesday, April 10, 2007, the Academic Libraries of Indiana’s Board of Directors met at Ball State University in Bracken Library. The agenda was to review and finalize plans for the upcoming Annual Membership Meeting, which will be held Thursday, May 10, at the Indiana Wesleyan Conference Center in Indianapolis.

ALI is a 72-member organization. Through the synergy of its member libraries working together cooperatively, its goals are to:

· Increase access to electronic databases and content through collaboration
· Enhance quality of, access to, and curation of tangible collections
· Provide effective instructional support for students in partnership with faculty
· Support professional development and educational opportunities for librarians
· Proactively engage within member institutions, governmental organizations, statewide libraries, agencies, and schools of library and information science.

For more information, contact Arthur W. Hafner Ph.D., M.B.A., Ball State University’s Dean of University Libraries,, (765) 285-5277.

This newsletter article first appeared in The Library Insider 5(4): 5; April 2007.

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