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Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 863-7544
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April 27, 2015 9:30 PM
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Designing the future of #libraries with a conference on #ux #discovery #design #usage & #usability projects in libraries.
April 27, 2015 1:00 PM
Thank you for your interest in the 10th Anniversary Conference of Electronic Resources and Libararies in Austin, TX and Online View ACCEPTED SESSIONS Hotels/ Highlights by Day: http://electroniclibrarian.org/conference-info/travelhotels/ What does registation include? An onsite conference registration entitles you to access to ER&L programming during the 2.5-day conference, access to the Vendor Reception and Tabletop Exhibit Reception, all day snack and beverages conveniently on-site during all days of the meeting. What is the Online Conference GROUP RATE = Institutional Access? More session than ever before will be available in the Online Conference. A blend of live sessions and tape delayed (>24 hours) will be available recording at least 40 hours of Session content, about 50% more ER&L content than prior years. Register by Friday, January 15 to secure an extra special ER&L 10th Anniversary themed viewing party pack mailed to the primary contact. The party packs have included ER&L tees, ER&L swag, decorations, treats, laptop stickers, exclusive buttons and viewing party in progress signs. Payments. For payments by check, please make checks payable to Electronic Resources & Libraries, LLC and mail to: Electronic Resources & Libraries, LLC 714 N Marion St Oak Park, IL 60302 Refund Policy. Requests for registration refunds must be made by January 9, 2015. A $25 refund processing fee will apply for all registration refunds. Purchase the 2014 Archive: http://electroniclibrarian.org/past-conferences/conference-2014/onlineconf/ Questions? Contact us about registration or any other questions you may have at email@example.com About ER&L. The goal of the ER&L Conference is to bring together information professionals from libraries and related industries to improve the way we collect, manage, maintain, and make accessible electronic resources in an ever-changing online environment. This is a forum to solve problems, evaluate lesson's learned and make connections with vendors and other library professionals in an informal and interactive format.
April 27, 2015 7:30 PM
After helping reinvent rock music in the mid-'60s with an intensely electrified sound, The Who continued on into their twilight years in true fashion. Comprised of lead guitarist and songwriter Pete Townshend, lead singer Roger Daltry, bass guitarist John Entwistle, and drummer Keith Moon, the Who revolutionized rock and roll through a variety of concept albums, outstanding live shows and other sonic inventions that would go on to influence a whole new generation of musicians. Today, despite losing both the founding drummer and bassist, the English group still soldiers on and tours quite frequently.
April 27, 2015
The Body is a doom metal duo from Providence, Rhode Island, that self-released several demos and home recordings before emerging with a proper debut, All the Waters of the Earth Turn to Blood, in 2010. Unafraid to break conventional metal band etiquette, the outfit is known to offer unexpected live performances, like when it paired up with the Assembly of Light Choir on a tour in 2011 so that a rotating cast of 20 female vocalists joined the band on stage. The Body released its sophomore LP, Master We Perish, in 2013.
April 27, 2015 8:00 PM
Vance Joy is a folk singer/songwriter from Melbourne, Australia who cut his teeth playing various cafes and small venues around Melbourne, developing and polishing his music style in the process. Gainingrecognitionafter releasing his single "From Afar" in January of 2013, the song was able to encapsulate Joy's approach to musicalityperfectly,with its sparse instrumentation and doleful vocals.
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Chapter dues are: $25.00/single; $40.00/family; and $15.00 for current UA student/family and recent grads (2014, 2015). All dues go to our scholarship fundraising and chapter upkeep (website maintenance, raffle items, etc). Your email address will be added to our email database for weekly/monthly Bama Blasts. Chapter membership is on a rolling basis. Your membership will be due for renewal one calendar year from your payment. The chapter will send a reminder email each month to those members whose membership is expiring that month. Please remember to keep your National Alumni Association membership up to date as well. For your convenience, there is a link to the National Alumni Association membership information on the Chapter website membership page.
April 27, 2015 6:30 PM
At a Glance: Recruiters will answer questions on what they look for in resumes, then you'll get direct feedback from them and hear the feedback they give your peers. Why Attend? You want to know how to fit your entire career history onto one page.You want to understand how recruiters approach your resume and what grabs their attention.You want to figure out how to write an effective cover letter that gets your story across.You want to make new connections and friends!Details: findspark.com/event/resume-cover-letter-workshop
April 27, 2015 7:30 PM
With a well noted sound that's well rooted in 1970s rock, soul and funk, The Doobie Brothers have managed to be remembered as one of the premier acts of its generation. Active from 1970 to 1982 before reuniting in 1987, the band released its self-titled debut album in 1971 and has since released over a dozen studio albums. Though The Doobie Brothers has experienced a number of line-up changes over the years, the group still tours and has maintained a reputation for putting on an impressive live show despite the departure of vocalist Michael McDonald.
April 27, 2015 7:00 PM
The Grow Green Landscape Professional Training series has been developed with the goal protecting our natural resources by offering Austin residents a list of landscape professionals who can provide sustainable options for landscape design, installation, and care. The training series gives Austin professionals the opportunity to learn about earth-wise landscaping and management practices from experts. The program consists of a multi-disciplinary course, incorporating all facets of sustainable landscaping that protect water quality and encourage water conservation. Many of the talks will qualify for professional continuing education credits. Attendees from all aspects of the landscape industry are eligible to attend including: Arborists, Garden Coaches, Landscape Designers, Edible Gardens Specialists, Government and Non-profit staff with land management responsibilities, Installers, Irrigators, Landscape Architects, Pest Control Operators and Property Managers. Participants who complete the training series will have their name and affiliation posted as a Grow Green Landscape Professional. New attendees who want to be listed on the Grow Green website are required to attend all 5 days.New attendees may also choose to just attend individual days, but will not qualify to be posted. Returning attendees are required to attend at least one day of training each year to stay posted.Schedule: Classes will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the following dates (all Tuesdays): February 24: Sustainable LandscapingMarch 24: Trees & PlantsJune 23: Water Quality & Integrated Pest Management (IPM)July 21: Water ConservationAugust 25: Firewise LandscapingCost: The classes are $20 per day or $75 for the series. Location: Austin City Hall, 301 West 2nd Street Parking: In City Hall parking garage will be free with a validated ticket Please note when you register on EventBrite there is a column right before the quantity box that says the class is free. We cannot remove the word FREE from the EventBrite site, so sorry if it is confusing. Check www.austintexas.gov/department/professional-training for program updates and frequently asked questions. www.GrowGreen.org The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Reasonable modifications and equal access to communications will be provided upon request. The City of Austin ADA Office requires 4 days in advance notice, in order to schedule most services. To request communication assistance contact Denise Delaney at Denise.Delaney@austintexas.gov or (512) 974-2581 at least 4 business days before the class. Registration: Registration fee for the entire series is $75 per person and Landscape Professionals who have completed the series in the past or professionals who have never attended the training and just want to attend an individual day(s) may register for classes individually for $20 per class. After submitting this registration form choose a payment option: Pay over the phone with a debit/credit card by calling Myrtle Bashara at 512-974-3032.Mail a check for the appropriate amount to Watershed Protection Dept./ERM, P.O. Box 1088, Austin, TX 78767 Attn: Myrtle Bashara. Make the check payable to the City of Austin and in the memo line write GGLPT and the name of the person the payment is for.Drop payment off at One Texas Center, 505 Barton Springs Road, 11 floor. Ask for Myrtle Bashara.Registration confirmations will be mailed upon receipt of payment. Space is limited. Deadlines: Registration applications, payments and cancellation deadlines are: Individual classes - at noon the Friday before the classEntire Series - noon on February 20, 2015Payment cannot be accepted at the door. No refunds will be given if cancelled after the deadline. For payment questions, contact Myrtle at 512-974-3032 or Myrtle.Bashara@austintexas.gov For frequently asked questions: www.austintexas.gov/department/professional-training For all other questions, contact Denise Delaney at 512-974-2581 or Denise.Delaney@austintexas.gov