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06/09/2017

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LIS Students, Faculty and Alumni Participate in Cardinal Days of Service | LIS News and Events In keeping with the Department of Library and Information Science’s commitment to service, this spring two student organizations of the LIS Department – ASIS&T (Association for Information Science and Technology) CUA Student Chapter and AGLISS (Association of Graduate Library and Information Science...

Photos from CUA-ASIST's post 04/22/2017

As part of CUA's Cardinal Days of Service in April, ASIS&T CUA Student Chapter (CUA-ASIST) and AGLISS (AGLISS at CUA) hosted a volunteer event at John Tyler Elementary School on April 22, Saturday, 2017 (from 9:30am to 3:00pm).

9 volunteers (CUA students, alumni and faculty) participated in this volunteer activity. We helped to organize shelves, w**d books, inventory collection, catalog books into the system, and create signs. Special thanks to Steve Reichlen (Vice-President of ASIS&T CUA Student Chapter; Librarian at John Tyler Elementaty School) for coordinating this event!

Photos from CUA-ASIST's post 04/09/2017

As part of CUA's Cardinal Days of Service in April, ASIS&T CUA Student Chapter (CUA-ASIST) and AGLISS (AGLISS at CUA) hosted a volunteer event at Chavez Prep School on April 8, 2017 (from 9:30am to 3:00pm).

10 volunteers (CUA students, alumni, faculty and family) participated in this volunteer activity to genrefy the fiction section, organize an extensive graphic novel collection, w**d outdated books, and create spring-themed library displays. Thank you, Jennie Tomlinson (President of ASIS&T CUA Student Chapter; Librarian at Chavez Prep School), for coordinating this event!

Washington School for Girls (DC) 03/04/2015

On February 28, 2015, ASIS&T CUA student chapter members and several LIS alumnae met at Washington School for Girls for what has become an annual volunteer event. Without a librarian on staff, the library at the WSG Morris Rd. campus needed a little extra TLC. Volunteers created signage to help students identify subjects. 115 items were w**ded from the non-fiction section, which will make the collection more approachable. The loss was balanced by the cataloging of 114 new items. Volunteers tidied up the fiction section that was out of sorts after students re-shelved items. Overall, the library received a much-needed refresh, and volunteers made new connections. Don’t wait for another ASIS&T event if you are interested in volunteering at WSG, reach out through http://www.washingtonschoolforgirls.org/

Washington School for Girls (DC) The Washington School for Girls is an Independent, All Girls, Catholic Day School serving grades 4-8 in Anacostia, Tuition-Free.

11/26/2014

ASIS&T-CUA Student Chapter's Volunteer Day at Cardozo High School

On November 8, 2014, members of the ASIS&T CUA student chapter and several community members met at Cardozo High School in Washington, DC. Cardozo librarian, Megan Reichelt, faced a storage closet filled with special collections and older books. Volunteers w**ded 50 storage boxes and sorted books for classroom libraries, donations, and potential additions to the library’s collection. Volunteers identified the library’s Black History Collection and uncovered two boxes of Nook e-readers, which the librarian was unaware of having. The 10 volunteers took home CUA cups and Frisbees and enjoyed pizza for lunch. ASIS&T CUA student chapter is planning a similar event for the Spring semester.

10/17/2014

Call for Volunteers (ASIS&T-CUA collaborative project with LC YRC)

ASIS&T CUA Student Chapter is working with Library of Congress Young Readers Center on a service project for visually impaired children and their parents. Our project for this semester is to create a brochure about assistive technologies. For this, each of project participants will find one assistive technology and provide a brief description of the technology. We plan to select about 10 assistive technologies.

If you know any good assistive technologies for visually impaired children or want to learn more about them, you’re welcome to join us! To participate, please email to Dr. Sung Un Kim ([email protected]) by Oct. 22, Wednesday. Then we will share with you a link to the Google Docs that we created for this project. We will communicate online. Thank you!

ASIS&T-CUA Officers (2014-2015)
Colin McLaren, President
Kate Price, Vice-President
Mariah Lewis, Treasurer
Peter Taylor, Communication Officer
Dr. Sung Un Kim, Faculty Advisor

10/17/2014



You are invited to join us for a day of helping the Cardozo High School Library (1200 Clifton St NW, Washington, D.C.) from 10 am to 3 pm on November 8th, Saturday, 2014.

We will be helping to w**d their old collection and integrate valuable books into the collection. Officers & members of ASIST&T CUA Student Chapter, LIS & HIT students/alumni/faculty/staff, and anyone you want to invite can participate.

Lunch and a participation prize will be provided.

R.S.V.P. to Colin McLaren ([email protected]) by Oct. 31, Friday.

We look forward to meeting many of you at this volunteer event!

* This event is sponsored by AGLISS (Association of Graduate Library and Information Science Students).

ASIS&T-CUA Officers (2014-2015)
Colin McLaren, President
Kate Price, Vice-President
Mariah Lewis, Treasurer
Peter Taylor, Communication Officer
Dr. Sung Un Kim, Faculty Advisor

09/18/2014

We are very proud to announce that ASIS&T CUA Student Chapter has won the first place for the ASIS&T Student Chapter Growth Award!

First of all, we would like to thank our former officers, Darhlene Banks, Amy Chenaille, and Martha Chapin, for their excellent leadership to re-establish this student group and their energy to organize various service programs from Spring 2013 to Spring 2014. Also, many thanks to chapter members and students/alum/faculty/friends/family who participated in our events. We greatly appreciate your support!

Our current officer team continues to plan interesting events/programs for our students and profession. We would appreciate your continuous support!

Thank you!

Sung Un Kim (Faculty Advisor)

Symposium 2015- Call for Proposals 09/04/2014

The due date for proposals for the 7th Annual "Bridging the Spectrum" Symposium is less than two weeks away. Submit your proposal by September 11, and don't miss out on this opportunity to share your insights and innovations with other DC-area library and information professionals!

For details on the Symposium and how to submit your proposal, visit http://lis.cua.edu/symposium/2015/proposals.cfm .

--The Symposium Committee (Dave Shumaker, Dr. Sue Yeon Syn, Dr. Jane Zhang)
[email protected]

Symposium 2015- Call for Proposals The Department of Library and Information Science, Catholic University of America requests proposals for the Seventh Annual "Bridging the Spectrum" Symposium!

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