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Save the Date! 58th Annual Meeting of the Membership

10/30/2024

Join us for SCRLC's 58th Annual Meeting of the Membership to be held at Cornell's Lab of Ornithology at Sapsucker Woods, featuring Rebekkah Smith Aldrich.

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Building Your RDM Toolkit: Integrating RDM into Your Liaison Work

07/16/2024

This two-day workshop will assist liaisons in identifying their existing skills and mindsets that transfer to RDM services and then create a learning plan for the RDM-specific knowledge needed to serve their subject disciplines.

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Lunch & Learn: Vaccine Hesitance and How to Address It

07/10/2024

This program will provide an overview of vaccine hesitance as a spectrum, describe its impact on population health, and highlight strategies to address it.

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Shifting the Narrative: What does it mean to center BIPOC library worker needs?

06/25/2024

This session will focus on how institutions can center the needs of BIPOC library workers and how BIPOC workers can incorporate self-care and self-advocacy strategies into their practice.

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Fatphobia: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How to Fight It

06/14/2024

Author Kate Manne will discuss the harms of fatphobia across multiple areas of life, and what we can do to combat it, including by seeking out better fat representation in literature and designing our world to accommodate people of every size.

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Wells College Yearbooks

06/10/2024

This collection is still growing, as Director Tiffany Raymond rushes to finish scanning and cropping while simultaneously closing up the library in the wake of the College's abrupt closure. She's finished through the 1970s.

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Newfield Yearbooks

06/10/2024

The Newfield Historical Society had already scanned over 30 of the yearbooks, so they've been uploaded through 1969 and this collection is still growing.

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Ralph Hanford Collection

06/10/2024

Ralph Hanford grew up in East Meredith, in Delaware County. His grandfather was D. J. Hanford, who bought the mill on Kortright Creek in 1860 and expanded it to such an extent that the mill provided electricity to the village of East Meredith in the early 1900s. Ralph's father was Horace D. Hanford, whose photographs represent the bulk of the Hanford Mills Museum's collection. Ralph's collection of photography spans about 1918 to 1925.

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South Central Regional Library Council empowers our members through advocacy, networking, resources, and professional development; and by supporting diversity, innovation, and collaboration to strengthen their ability to serve their communities and promote environmentally sustainable practices.

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