By Meghan Webb

Inside ZSR

Meghan @ LOEX 2016: Learning from the Past, Building for the Future

This was my first LOEX experience, but I am certain it won’t be my last. Overall, I was very impressed with the amount of practical implementations that I took away from each session and the level of creativity, innovation and collegial support at this conference! There was strong representation from first time attendees at LOEX... more

NC-LITe Round-Up

On Thursday, June 9th, we (Sarah Jeong, Kathy Shields, Meghan Webb) attended the Summer 2016 NC-LITe meeting at Duke University in the newly designed commons for Research, Technology and Collaboration– called The Edge. What Follows is a brief overview of this meeting and our take-aways! In step with previous NC-LITe meetings, after some initial mingling... more

Safety & Security Training Round-Up: AED, CPR, Fire Extinguisher

As part of our continued efforts to maintain emergency preparedness, the ZSR Safety and Security Committee hosted two training sessions this past January. What follows is a brief summary of these training sessions and a review of key take-aways and reminders. AED/CPR Training In January, the ZSR Safety and Security Team hosted an AED/CPR (re)certification... more

Like, Follow, Tweet, Share, Comment: Traversing the Social Media Landscape at the Social Media Marketing Conference

Last Thursday, February 12th, I attended the Social Media Marketing Conference (SkillPath Seminars) in Charlotte, NC with fellow Communications Committee members Chris Burris & Rebecca Petersen. This conference was billed as “a real-world guide to understanding social media” and offered lessons for how to use social media to connect with your audience, expand your market... more

NCLA GRS Annual Meeting & Workshop

Recently, I attended the NCLA Government Resources Section Annual Meeting & Workshop. This event was held on the campus of Elon University and was sponsored by the Carol Grotnes Belk Library. It was a wonderful opportunity to meet with colleagues, and discuss current issues and upcoming changes within the Federal Depository Library Program and the... more