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The Reference and Adult Services Division:

The Reference and Adult Services Division [RASD] of NCLA provides a forum for librarians to exchange ideas and advance their careers by sponsoring workshops and seminars throughout the year. You can become more involved by joining the RASD Committee! We meet once a month to exchange ideas, discuss professional problems and solutions, and plan programs and workshops. It’s also great opportunity to network with colleagues from other libraries. If you would like to find out more, please contact any current RASD Executive Board Member.

 SAVE THE DATE!

 THE ANNUAL R.A.S.D. AUTHOR BREAKFAST – TUESDAY OCTOBER 6TH

FEATURING CHRISTOPHER BOLLEN

REGISTRATION BEGINS ON SEPTEMBER 1ST

See Mr. Bollen’s article about the North Fork from the New York Times magazine:

Christopher Bollen – North Fork Guide

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Here are some highlights from our June 2, 2015 program –

Readers’ Advisory Panel Discussion and Round Robin:

Click the links for the handouts from our recent program:

READERS’ ADVISORY PANEL AND ROUND ROBIN

June 2, 2015 Westbury Memorial Library

Fiction from Other Cultures by Martha DiVittorio:

Asia Books    Africa Books   Middle Eastern Books    Latin America Books    India Books

Romance by Fran Cassano:

ROMANCE Popular Themes and Tropes – Fran Cassano

ROMANCE Handout

Mystery – Suspense – Thriller by Eileen McCarthy:

MYSTERY SUSPENSE THRILLER – MCCARTHY.pdf

Crime in the City

Marriage Thrillers

psychological thrillers

Historical Mysteries

dark and stormy night

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On Tuesday March 31st R.A.S.D. offered the program

 Tech Update Panel Presentation with Question & Answer

 at the Elmont Public Library

These are some of the handouts from the event:

Lending a Roku

Freegal 6pg Handout

RASD March 31 Cash Registers, Printing, Screen Mirroring

RASD March 31 Cash Registers, Printing, Screen Mirroring pt2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: April 2, 2015

Reference and Adult Services