the Ivory Tower:
(Note: this page was originally hosted on Blogsppot.com. Since the conference ended, the webmaster has extracted the last few blog entries for examples
Caroline Brown will be covering the 2006 CARL Conference on her
Her April 4th entry reads:
"I'm going to the California Academic and Research Libraries (CARL) Conference later this month. Two years ago I attended CLA,
but this will be my first academic library conference. I'm looking
forward to being at a smaller, more specialized conference, especially
with this year's emphasis on the use of technology for outreach and
We'll be reading, Caroline!
The CARL conference registration is now closed we are busting at the seams!
SCIL invites you to join us for lunch on Saturday, April 22 at the CARL Conference luncheon. This is your opportunity to learn more about upcoming SCIL events and how you can get involved. We very much look forward to meeting or reuniting with you!
We still need a few more volunteers to help us stuff the CARL conference packets! Please consider joining us on Saturday, April 8th from 1-4 at the Graduate Theological Seminary Library Boardroom 2400 Ridge Road, Berkeley CA 94709
Please let the conference webmaster know about your plans to blog the conference. This will allow this blog to link to your blog.
The local Attractions page now has a schedule of optional tours.
Planning to attend the CARL conference at Asilomar in April 2006?
NEW ON WEB SITE: Program Schedules AND* *Abstracts have been posted.
There is a new link to the CARL Conference Registration form on RegOnline. It is available through the Registration & Lodging Page.
The biggest news today is that the Registration page is now posted. Online registration will be available soon. (within the next few days).
Announcement: The call for poster sessions has not yet gone out. Proposals can be submitted Dec. 1 2005 – Jan 13, 2006. The official call will go out via CARL-ALL listserv on Dec. 1 st.
A tentative agenda of the preconference sessions is now posted on the CARL Conference web site.
The Breakout Session Proposal Form is now posted as a Word Document. It has details on deadlines and submission instructions. The Breakout Session Web Page will have current information and the lineup of breakout sessions when available.
As per request, I removed the underlining for navigation links not activated yet. Also, we are going back to the CARL Logo on the site instead of the Asilomar Logo.
The 2006 CARL Conference Committee is working to develop the Official Conference Site. If you are already using an RSS Feed Reader, I encourage you to add this feed to it. This blog will remind you of upcoming deadlines as well as provide breaking news concerning the conference. I hope it serves everyone well!
CARL is an independent chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries. The information on this web site is wholly the responsibility of CARL and implies no endorsement by ACRL National.