Congratulations to Sara Bahnmaier, appointed as the new NASIG Archivist.
NASIG election results announced. Congratulations to incoming vice-president Carol Ann Borchert, and members-at-large Eugenia Beh, Maria Collins, and Wendy Robertson.
Sign-up now through April 18 to be a mentor or mentee at the annual conference.
Overflow hotel - 20 rooms available as of April 8. Book now!
Congratulations to Angela Dresselhaus, named as a new editor for the Conference Proceedings.
Board announces location of 2016 Conference: Albuquerque, here we come!
NASIG remembers long time member Birdie MacLennan.
The latest issue of the NASIG Newsletter is now online.
2014 Awards Winners announced.
"Core Competencies of Electronic Resources Librarians" adopted as NASIG policy.
ALPSP one-day seminar in London, May 13: The Mechanics and Reality of Open Access.
NISO seeks comments on draft of recommended practice for Demand-Driven Acquisition of Monographs.
Registration is now open for the Acquisitions Institute at Timberline.
Register now for ALCTS Web Course: Fundamentals of Electronic Resources Acquisitions. Sessions beginning July 21, Sept. 22, and Nov. 10.
Save the Date: OLC Technical Services Retreat, April 21-22, Columbus, Ohio.
Save the Date: 6th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP) Paris, September 17th – 19th, 2014
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