We hope this message finds you all well. As noted in a previous communication, this year's LACUNY Dialogues 2022: The Interdisciplinary Nature of Librarianship is scheduled to take place on Friday, February 25, with a start time of 2:00 p.m.
Similar to 2021, this year's LACUNY Dialogues will take place virtually. To register, please go to the following link:
This year’s LACUNY Dialogues includes presentations related to how librarians, library staff, and colleagues across information professional titles use not only their specific Library and Information Science training in their capacity as information professionals, but also how they use their training in other disciplines to complement their work as information professionals.
We are pleased to announce this year's presenters:
Dr. Amy Beth, Guttman Community College
"Welcoming the Stranger: Organized Librarians Responding to Afghan Refugee Resettlement Families"
Professor Stefka Tzanov, York College
"Pirates or Robin Hood of Electronic Libraries: Bulgarian Grassroots
Professor Madeline Ruggiero, Queensborough Community College
"Interdisciplinary Collection Development and Art History"
Professor Sarah Johnson, Hunter College
"Finding My Way: Utilizing a Background in Social Work to Forge Projects and Partnerships"
Should any questions or concerns arise, feel free to contact Professor Nelson Santana at firstname.lastname@example.org.