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Fall 2005 Conference

Spring 2006 Conference

Nomination Form

Fall 2005 Conference

Scholarship Winners

Includes Overview, Session

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Pictures from our September

Biographies on our scholarship

Descriptions, Presenter Biogra-

winners.

phies, Registration Form, etc.

Treasurer’s Report

held at the Roycroft Inn

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conference in East Aurora, NY,

MES S A G E F RO M TH E P RES ID ENT A new year brings new opportunities, new faces, and a new look Although the season has been extremely kind to us this year, I am still looking forward to the first signs of spring: tentative green shoots, longer days, and buds on tree branches. With winter turning to spring, we also have the usual change of season in our profession: new conferences in the upcoming year, new opportunities, and the chance to finally get to some of the stack of items in our inboxes and to-do lists. Of course, our organization also celebrates the change of season with a new conference offering. This year, our conference theme is Understanding Our Users, Promoting Our Libraries, Marketing Ourselves, and will take place on Friday, May 5th at the gorgeous Canandaigua Inn on the Lake Waterfront, in Canandaigua New York. Please take a look at the conference announcement on the following pages for more details about the presenters and sessions taking place. As always, we will have poster presentations relating to our conference theme, and this is an excellent opportunity for you to display your area of research or specialization. We are inviting submissions from members, non-members, students and professionals. The deadline for poster submissions is March 31, 2006. See inside for details. As always, we encourage you to become more involved in this organization. To that end, please consider volunteering as a member of our executive board. More information is inside, so read on! I hope to see you in Canandaigua in May. All the best of the season to you! Jonathan T. Younker President

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Did you know? Our conference programs are on our website (www.niagara.edu/library/ acrl) all the way back to 1985! Looking for a presentation or handout from a WNY/O ACRL conference you attended? You can find them on our site all the way back to October 2002. Looking for newsletters? You guessed it: online back to 2002. Enjoy!

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER Fall 2005 Conference Scholarship Winners Virginia Payne, of Rochester, NY, is in the MS-LIS program at Syracuse University. She hopes to work in an academic library and is particularly interested in the reference, instruction, and collection development functions. Ginny would enjoy serving a population rich with international students. For fun, she sings in the Rochester Oratorio Society, a community-based singing group of nearly two hundred singers. Barbara Fadel, an alumnus of the School of Management at Syracuse University, will be completing her MLS degree at the University at Buffalo in December. She completed a reference practicum at Lockwood Library and has volunteered at the BECPL Eggertsville/Snyder branch. Barbara is currently working on an index of the Schlesinger Library Vertical File for Women's Studies for Lockwood Library.

WNY/O ACRL Membership Information ACRL Western New York / Ontario Chapter is a regional chapter of international members of the Association of College and Research Libraries. The chapter is a professional organization for librarians who work in academic or specialized research libraries located within the eastern boundary of the region near Syracuse, New York, the western and southern boundaries of the Ohio and Pennsylvania, extending north to include the Niagara Frontier and all

Dalia Platero is currently attending the University of Westof Ontario, Canada. Membership is open to all librariern Ontario for her MLIS. This will be Dalia's second Masters, ans and current library students interested in becoming the first one being in Science. She still has a passion for science academic or special research librarians. National memand wishes to combine this subject expertise with being a librarbers of ACRL or other local academic or research asian., maybe in an academic setting. She is currently doing an internship at the University of Guelph in the information litersociations qualify for ACRL WNY/O discounts for acy and reference department. Dalia is enjoying the interaction membership and conference fees. with students and faculty during her internship. She is a people person - and a Leo - so front line service is always a pleasure. In her spare time she enjoys as much of the outdoors as possible, trying to camp, canoe, and fish when ever the opportunity arises. Carolyn Harris holds an Honours B.A. in History and English from McMaster University, and has completed one year of her MLIS at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Having decided to shift from library studies to archival studies, she will finish her degree at the University of Toronto in 2006-2007. Carolyn gained experience at Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management and the Dalhousie University Archives, and is currently enjoying her official foray into archival work as a co-op librarian in Archives and Special Collections at the University of Guelph, Ontario.

Congratulations to all ACRL 13th Annual Conference: March 29-April 1 2006 Baltimore, Maryland “Sailing into the Future, Charting our Destiny� is the theme for the 13th annual ACRL Conference being held in Maryland. For more information about registration, hotels, or to submit a proposal, visit the ACRL website (www.acrl.org). Chart your course!

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER

S P RING 2006 C O NF ERENC E Multiple Facets of Marketing:

Understanding Our Users, Promoting Our Libraries, Marketing Ourselves Friday, May 5, 2006

Canandaigua Inn on the Lake Waterfront Resort and Conference Center 770 South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424 http://www.visitinnonthelake.com

F EA TURING : Robert Chandler, Rochester Institute of Technology Deb Kalvee, Brock University K. Jane Burpee, University of Guelph Kristine Kasbohm, Niagara University Warren Crouse, Niagara University Kimberly Davies, SUNY Geneseo Ellen Kintz, SUNY Geneseo Lauren Hare, SUNY Geneseo

P LUS P O S TER S ES S IO NS C ON FER EN C E OVERVIEW The Western New York / Ontario chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries (WNY/O ACRL) invites you to a day-long conference on multiple facets of marketing. Please join us at scenic Canandaigua Inn on the Lake where we will explore promoting our libraries, learn how to better understand the needs of our users, and how to establish collaborations with our faculty.

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER Session One “Marketing: Your Experience Will Vary” Robert Chandler Marketing Communications Specialist Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York This presentation will address the unique demands and growing needs of marketing within an academic library setting. We will discuss traditional concepts and preconceptions about marketing in general, and then discuss how marketing an academic library has its own set of special challenges. Why hire a marketing professional for your library? What type of support should be in place before adding a marketing specialist to your library? Learn what five years of marketing within an academic library have taught our presenter. What qualities and skills should you look for when considering hiring a marketing professional to join your library?

Canandaigua Directions Detailed directions on page 6

Robert Chandler joined Rochester Institute of Technology’s Library as Marketing Communications Specialist in May of 2001. Prior to that, Bob worked as a graphic designer and illustrator, and operated his own corporate design studio for ten years. Since 2001, his focus has been on helping RIT Libraries develop and establish brand identity and to promote Library services, programs and events. Bob works with the entire staff, offering marketing and creative support.

C O NF ERENC E IN B RIEF 9:00-9:30

Registration, Continental Breakfast and an opportunity to view poster sessions

9:30-9:45

Opening Remarks

9:45-10:45

Session One: "Marketing: Your experience will vary"– Robert Chandler

10:45-11:00

Coffee Break and an opportunity to view poster sessions

11:00-12:15

Session Two: A two part session Survey says…? – Deb Kalvee “Focusing on their own words” – K. Jane Burpee Question and answer period

12:15-1:30

Lunch and a final opportunity to view poster sessions

1:30-3:00

Session Three: Collaboration and Convergence: Librarians and Faculty

3:00-3:15

Closing Remarks

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER Session Two “Survey says …?” Deb Kalvee Associate University Librarian for Services Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario We all need to gather perceptions from our library users to inform decision-making and measure success. Surveys or questionnaires are effective ways to collect such information, and can also be useful marketing tools. In this session, Deb Kalvee, Associate University Librarian for Services at Brock University's James A. Gibson Library, will discuss how the Library has used surveys to gain information, what was learned, and what worked. Deb worked in various paraprofessional positions at the University of Calgary before acquiring her MLS at Dalhousie University in Halifax. She was the Assistant Government Documents, Maps Librarian and Cataloguer for 3 years at the University of Wyoming. She then worked at the Rasmuson Library at the University of Alaska - Fairbanks, where she was the Government Documents and Maps Librarian, and then the Head of Cataloguing and Acquisitions. Deb is currently the Associate University Librarian for Services, at Brock University's James A. Gibson Library.

“Focusing on their own words” K. Jane Burpee Manager, Reference and Information Literacy University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario

sages and services based on this specific type of user feedback and consultation. K Jane Burpee works at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. When not managing the library’s five reference service points and the information literacy program, she is training, teaching and advocating information literacy skills to undergraduates, library users, and administrators on campus. Jane is currently serving as a counselor on WNY/O ACRL.

Session Three "Collaboration and Convergence: Librarians and Faculty" In this five person panel, we will explore two successful collaborations between librarians and faculty. Crouse and Kasbohm have collaborated over the past several years to create a “learn by doing” information literacy instruction program for graduate teacher education candidates. They will discuss how that collaboration began, how it evolved, and the challenges it has posed. They will also share how their own knowledge has benefited from their collaboration as they continue to work to develop instructional models for educational research. Warren Crouse is Director of the Center for Excellence in Catholic Education; a partnership between Niagara University and Stella Niagara Education Park. He also teaches educational research at Niagara University. He has a PhD in educational research from the University at Buffalo. Kristine Kasbohm is the Information Literacy Librarian at Niagara University. She has an MLS from the University at Buffalo and an MA in history from Syracuse University. They are the authors of: Crouse, Warren and Kristine E. Kasbohm (2004). Information Literacy in Teacher Education: A Collaborative Model. The Educational Forum, 69(1).

Change has become the constant of the library environment, and concern for the quality of our services is growing on all sides. Many of us are re-examining our goals and approaches to service. Self assessment and self critiques are paramount. Understanding our users is essential. But how can we be sure that we are on the right track? As our library services are being reinvented and adjusted to the changing world around us, we need listen to what During the summer of 2003, Kimberly Davies, Reference/ our users are telling us even if we find their messages inconvenient Instruction Librarian at SUNY Geneseo, began collaborating or uncomfortable. This presentation will reflect on and discuss with Dr. Ellen Kintz, Professor and Department Chair for SUNY how the University of Guelph uses focus groups to inform service Geneseo’s Anthropology program, to design course-integrated model adjustments and the ways we have re-adjusted our meslibrary instruction into Dr. Kintz’s anthropology classes. Lauren

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER Hare, current senior student at Geneseo, was one of the students involved in the original experimental anthropology course, and now works as a reference assistant at Milne Library. Davies and Kintz describe student engagement in an experimental anthropology course and the path that professor and librarian have taken to perfect their approach over the past few years. Combining unique contributions of librarians, professor, and students, information literacy skills are designed to connect course content and the enhancement of student research. To promote a successful library instruction program, librarians and administrators rely heavily on the systematic results seen on an individual class level. Preliminary assessments, student feedback, and continuous readjustment of course content, pedagogical approach to that content, and meaningful activities aid in fostering positive improvements in students’ understanding of the research process.

FROM THE EAST: NYS Thruway westbound exit 43 (Manchester). Take Rt. 21 South to Canandaigua, At Main St. intersection TURN LEFT. Continue through Rt. 5 & 20 intersection. The Inn is on the right, just past the State Marina.

FROM THE SOUTH: Rt. 86 West to 390 N; exit #2 Cohocton. Take Rt. 371 N to Rt. 21 N until the intersection of Rt. 5 & 20 East. TURN RIGHT. Approx. one mile to Rt. 332 (South Main St.), turn right. The Inn is on the right, just past the State Marina. For more information on Canandaigua Inn on the Lake, please visit: http://www.visitinnonthelake.com For additional information on the area, please visit: http://www.visitinnonthelake.com/more_info_links.cfm

Librarian, professor and student will present expectations, course format, assessment, and revisions for continued and expanded collaboration.

Conference Site Directions Canandaigua Inn on the Lake Waterfront Resort and Conference Center 770 South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424 585-394-7800 The Canandaigua Inn on the Lake is easily accessible from New York State Thruway exits 43 and 44, just south of route 5 & 20. Located directly on the northern shore of beautiful Canandaigua Lake.

FROM THE WEST: NYS Thruway eastbound exit 44 (Canandaigua/ Farmington). Take Rt. 332 S. The Inn is approximately 9 miles from the Thruway. After entry Into the city of Canandaigua, continue through the intersection of Rt. 5 & 20; the Inn is on the right, just past the State Marina.

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER Registration Form WNY/ONTARIO ACRL Chapter Spring Conference 2006 (Please Print Legibly) Name: ________________________________Work Phone: _____________________ Institution:______________________________________________________________ Work Address: __________________________________________________________ City: _____________________ State/Prov.____________ Postal /Zip Code: _________ E-mail Address: _________________________ Chapter Member? _____ Yes _____ No (Email required if you want confirmation.) Fees (includes continental breakfast, breaks and hot buffet lunch) CN $100 ____ for Canadian ACRL WNY/O chapter members or ___ library support staff** US $75 ____ for U.S. ACRL WNY/O chapter members or ___library support staff** CN $120 ____ for Canadian non-members US $95 ____ for U.S. non-members CN $45 ____ for Canadian full-time library school students US $35 ____ for U.S. full-time library school students US $45 ____ or CN $60 ____ for attendees presenting a poster session Membership for ACRL Western New York Ontario is $10.00 per year (Canadian at par) and $7.00 for ACRL National members (Canadian at par). **If you are currently not a member, you may become one and take advantage of the member conference rates. Simply add membership dues to your registration check. All memberships expire as of August 31st each year. If you did not pay your membership for this year, please take the time to do so now. Check here ____ if you are paying membership dues now. $7.00 / $10.00 (please circle one) Check here ____ if you wish to donate $1 toward our Library School Student Conference Scholarship. Two scholarships are to be awarded at the conference. Total amount of check: $ __________ Receipts will be available the day of the conference. We do not send confirmations by mail. Registration deadline: Friday, April 21, 2006 Please make checks payable to: Western New York/Ontario ACRL Please mail checks and forms to: Brenda L. Battleson Acquisitions Department University at Buffalo 134 Lockwood Library Bldg. Buffalo, NY, 14260 Phone: 716-645-2305 Fax: 716-645-5955 Email: blb@acsu.buffalo.edu IMPORTANT NOTE: If your institution will be sending payment to WNY/O ACRL for your conference fee, please contact Brenda Battleson. Since institutional checks are often delayed, it is important to notify the treasurer that you wish to be registered. We will accept cancellations with refunds up until May 1. After the 1st, no refunds will be issued.

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C A LL F O R P O S TER S ES S IO NS Do you have a research idea that you would like to share with colleagues? You are invited to develop your idea into a poster session for the Western New York/Ontario Association of College and Research Libraries Spring 2006 Conference, which will be held at the Canandaigua Inn on the Lake, Friday, May 5, 2006. The spring conference theme is Multiple Facets of Marketing: Understanding our users, promoting our libraries, marketing ourselves. The conference planning committee would like to have poster sessions related to the topic, particularly in regards to marketing, faculty collaboration, faculty outreach, needs assessment, focus groups, creative promotion. We are inviting submissions from members, non-members, students and professionals. The deadline for poster submissions is March 31, 2006. To submit a proposal please complete the Poster Session Proposal Form at: http://www.niagara.edu/library/acrl/posterformspr06.doc For more information on the upcoming conference, please visit our site: http://www.niagara.edu/library/acrl/index.html Please send application form to: Michelle Zafron (mlzafron@acsu.buffalo.edu) or Debby Emerson (demerson@rrlc.org) by March 31, 2006

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER C A LL F O R NO MINA TIO NS Board Positions The following WNY/O ACRL board positions are open for the 2006-2007 term:

Position

Term Length

Vice-President/ President Elect* Vice-Programs Chair/ Programs Chair Elect Treasurer** Secretary Nominations Chair Councilor 1 Councilor 2

1 Year 1 Year 2 Years 2 Years 1 year 1 Year 1 Year

The candidate must be an ACRL member before taking office. Note regarding candidate(s) for Treasurer: In order to facilitate U.S. bank transactions, candidates for Treasurer should be American.

Nominations are due by March 31, 2006 Duties and Responsibilities See http://www.niagara.edu/library/acrl/bylaws.html. Representation Because many of our current board members are from the Western New York region, we encourage representation from the Ontario region. Nominations To nominate yourself or a colleague, please send the title of the position and the name and e-mail address of the person you are nominating to: Nancy Frazier, Nominations Chair fraziene@buffalostate.edu Nominees must be members of WNY/O ACRL before taking office. Questions Please contact Nancy Frazier, Nominations Chair at: fraziene@buffalostate.edu

Nominations are due by March 31, 2006

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER ACRL, WNY/Ontario Chapter, Inc. Treasurer’s Report – Fiscal Year 2004/2005

Income vs. Spending

Membership Income

9/1/2004 Through 8/31/2005

9/1/2004 Through 8/31/2005

Subcategory

Total

Income

Total

Income

ALA Chapter reimbursement Membership 2004-05 Dues Dues--Canadian Exch Total Membership 2004-05 Fall Conf Inc 2004 Registration Canadian exch. Registration Total Fall Conf Inc 2004 Spring Conf Income 05 Registration refund Registration Registration--Can Exch. Total Spring Conf Inc 05

(90.00) 4,315.00 (87.04) 4,137.96

Total Income

8,108.10

329.00 942.00 (22.03) 919.97

Membership 2004-05 Dues--Canadian Exch Dues Total Membership 2004-05

(22.03) 942.00 919.97

Total Income

919.97

(198.83) 2,920.00 2,721.17

Expenses Bank Charges Fall Conf 04 Accomodations/expenses GST refund Honoraria Supplies Travel/mileage Total Fall Conf 04 Spring Conf 05 Accomodations GST Reimbursement Honoraria Speaker mileage Supplies Total Spring Conf 05 Newsletter Printing Postage Total Newsletter Office Supplies

Subcategory

32.25 3,759.09 (148.55) 220.00 34.57 176.75 4,041.86 6,486.22 (246.22) 275.00 192.60 50.00 6,757.60 723.75 139.79 863.54 14.80

Total Expense Categories

11,710.05

Grand Total

(3,601.95)

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Miscellaneous Expenses 9/1/2004 Through 8/31/2005 Subcategory

Total

Expenses Newsletter Printing Postage Total Newsletter Office Expenses

723.75 139.79 863.54 14.80

Total Expenses

878.34

Grand Total

(878.34)

Net Worth As of 8/31/2005 Account

Total

Assets Bank and Cash Accounts

3,881.96

Total Assets

3,881.96

Net Worth

3,881.96

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER Conference Reports

Scholarship Fund Reports Scholarship Fund 5-Year History

Fiscal year 2004/2005

9/1/2000 Through 8/31/2005

2004 Fall Conference (final) Subcategory

Total

2,920.00 (198.83)

Total Income

2,721.17

Expenses Fall Conf Exp 2004 Accommodations/expenses GST refund Honoraria Supplies Travel/mileage

3,759.09 (148.55) 220.00 34.57 176.75

Total Expenses

4,041.86

Grand Total

(1,320.69)

2005 Spring Conference (final) Subcategory

Income

Total Income

533.52

Expenses Fall Conf 2001 Scholarship awarded Total Fall Conf 2001

75.00 75.00

Fall Conf 2002 Scholarship awarded Total Fall Conf 2002

40.00 40.00

Spring Conf 2003 Scholarship awarded Total Spring Conf 2003

80.00 80.00

Fall Conf 2003 Scholarship awarded Can. exch. Scholarship awarded Total Fall Conf 2003

(7.23) 60.00 52.77

Spring Conf 2004 Scholarship awarded Total Spring Conf 2004

100.00 100.00

Spring Conf 2005 Scholarship awarded Total Spring Conf 2005

75.00 75.00

4,315.00

Total Scholarships awarded 422.77

(87.04) (90.00)

Total Income

Total remaining in fund

4,137.96

110.75

Scholarship Fund 2004/2005 9/1/2004 Through 8/31/2005

Expenses Spring Conf Exp2005 Accommodations GST Reimbursement Honoraria Speaker mileage Supplies

547.00 (13.48)

Total

Income Spring Conf Income 2005 Registration Registration Canadian exch. Registration refund

Total

Donations Student Conf. Scholarship Conf. Scholar. - Can. Exch.

Income Fall Conf Income 2004 Registration Registration Canadian exch.

Subcategory

Subcategory 6,486.22 (246.22) 275.00 192.60 50.00

Total Expenses

6,757.60

Grand Total

(2,619.64)

Total

Income Donations Student Conf. Scholarship 244.00 Conf. Scholar. - Can. Exch. (0.73) Total Donations 243.27 Total Income

243.27

Expenses Spring Conf 2005 Scholarship awarded Total Spring Conf 05

75.00 75.00

Total Expenses

75.00

Grand Total

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168.27

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Fall 2005 Conference in Pictures September 23, 2005 - Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, NY All conference pictures courtesy of David J. Bertuca

"We're older than we think...the aging of librarianship. So?" Stanley Wilder Assistant Dean for Information Management Services University of Rochester Libraries

"Do you have what it takes? Library jobs: what potential employers are looking for" Melissa Jadlos Associate Director, Milne Library SUNY Geneseo Geneseo, New York

"We're all in this together: Support groups and the writing process" Cynthia Tysick Senior Assistant Librarian Arts and Sciences Library University at Buffalo Buffalo, New York

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER Fall 2005 Conference Poster Sessions Book Publishing: Proposals and Permissions, Lessons from the Trenches Suzanne Bell, University of Rochester

University Community Initiative Resource Center - Solo Librarianship in a Departmental Setting Corrine Koepf, University Community Initiative/ University at Buffalo

Academic Librarians’ Professional Portfolios Norma Allenbach Schmidt, Prince George’s Community College

Additional poster sessions (no pictures available): Professional Trends in Health Science Librarianship: The Informationist Sara M. Zwirlein, MLS Student at the University at Buffalo

Recruiting Science Librarians in the Post-Genomic Era: A synopsis From the 2005 ALA Midwinter Library Career Forum Fred Stoss, University at Buffalo

WNYLRC Leadership Institute Tamara Butler, Bryant & Stratten College

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WNY /O A C RL NEWS LETTER Welcome to the newest member of our Executive Board Previously a professional chef in beautiful Vancouver, BC, Justin made the 180 degree shift to being a librarian. His current position is as Academic Liaison Librarian at the University of Guelph, with the subject responsibilities for Philosophy, Political Science, and Government Documents. Justin’s job requires frequent in-class instruction, the creation of subject and course specific pathfinders, and collection development. His research interests revolve around media literacy, as well as the effects and interplay of various media on narrative (i.e., literature vs. film vs. graphic novel).

Please see our website for all the members of the Executive Board, and for up-to-date contact information

THIS IS A PUBLICATION O F WNY /O A C RL, INC . If undeliverable, please return to: David J. Bertuca Arts and Sciences Libraries 225 Capen Hall SUNY at Buffalo Buffalo, NY 14260-1672 WNY/O ACRL, Inc. is a not-for-proďŹ t organization

All photos - excluding Fall 2005 conference photos - courtesy Donna J. Grant, Brock University


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