The May TIF meeting has been cancelled. The next TIF meeting will be on Thursday June 4 at the Northport Public Library.
Suffolk County Library Association is updating all association and division by-laws to coincide with our merger as a regional chapter of the New York Library Association.Voting to approve bylaw changes is open NOW through May 2, 2015. Bylaws require a majority membership vote for approval.
A complete list of all bylaws changes is available here:
To vote, click on the “Vote” button.
The next screen will ask for your log-in and password. Your SCLA account information will allow you to login to NYLA’s page. (If needed, you can request your password from the NYLA office.)
Enter your information, then click “Log On”
Click on “Voting – Polls / Elections” from the left-hand menu.
The next screen will display a list of the ballots that you are currently eligible to participate in.
Vote on each eligible ballot separately.
Complete the voting process and click “Submit”.
Your vote is anonymous. You will only be able to submit your ballot once.
For security purposes, it is recommended that you “log out” of your browser window when you have completed your visit to the NYLA-SCLA website.
If you are unsure of your membership status, please contact Membership Chair Lauren Bernat (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please contact SCLA President Laura Panter with any bylaws questions or concerns (email@example.com).
Our next Technology Information Forum meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 2, 2015.
The meeting will take place at the South Country Library. The discussion will be on “The Proper Dissemination of Information.” We aim to discuss the following:
Below are a series of sources that some of us used for the Get into the Cloud presentation on 12-16-14.
CATS Annual Meeting Presents: Get into the Cloud
Many patrons are already using cloud services and many would benefit
from their use.
Libraries need to embrace the Cloud and leverage the adoption of
cloud services to prepare for a Cloud based digital lifestyle.
Join this panel as they discuss the reasons for adopting Cloud
services, the current and future trends of the field and practical
collaborative applications for using the cloud in libraries such as
Microsoft Office 365.
Discussion with Food and Refreshments to follow.
James Matias, Technology Manager at Middle Country Public
Library,Stephen Ingram Digital Services Librarian Northport-East
Public Library, Dominic Iadicicco Network Systems Administrator at
South Country Library
Date: Tuesday, December 16th
Location: SCLS Auditorium
Time: 9:30 Coffee
10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Meeting
11 a.m. Food and Refreshments
All Are Welcome