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2017-2018 SCALA President Brady Lund

ESU Scala would like to announce the winner of our 2017-2018 Presidential Election Brady Lund.  For the past year Brady has been Treasurer of ESU Scala and is currently also a GA for SLIM and a Graduate School Senator to the Associated Student Government at ESU. Please see below for a personal message. "Thank you to … Continue reading 2017-2018 SCALA President Brady Lund

Summer Service Opportunities in CO

Do you love talking technology?  Have experience in a makerspace or want to learn?  Great news!  The ALA and CAL Maker Division need our help staffing an exhibit hall booth at Denver Comic Con this year from June 30th through July 2nd.  The Colorado State Library has graciously sponsored scholarships that will allow volunteers to … Continue reading Summer Service Opportunities in CO

Summer 17 Guest Speakers Announced!

We've got some great guest speakers and panelists lined up for the Summer Interview and Resume Workshops and class weekends!  Don't miss your chance to get one-on-one resume help and hiring advice from these experts in the field.  Many thanks to our... Colorado Workshop Speakers: May 27th, Highlands Ranch Library, 9AM-3PM Breakfast with an Archivist, … Continue reading Summer 17 Guest Speakers Announced!

A Prairie Tour in KS

On April 7, members from SCALA, the Student Chapter of the Society of American Archivists (SCSAA), and the Society of Public Historians from ESU met for a tour of the Lyon County History Center (LCHC) in their new downtown location. Curator Lisa Soller directed the tour and explained some of the elements of their move … Continue reading A Prairie Tour in KS

Brady’s Big Adventure (aka Relatively Cheap, Educational Travel Ideas for this Summer)

The purpose of this post is to highlight some exciting, educational, but, most importantly, affordable travel opportunities for library school students at SLIM. For each activity in this post, I’ll list the associated cost, learning opportunities, and approximate time to expect to spend. I took this trip from May 9-12 – three nights, four days … Continue reading Brady’s Big Adventure (aka Relatively Cheap, Educational Travel Ideas for this Summer)