106 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (November 1985)

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November 1985                                                        No. 106


Calendar


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    November 26

eember 11


CALL Luncheon Meeting.  Midland Hotel, 11:45.  The topic is Communicating with
Management. For further information contact Sue Pinner, 876-1900, ext. 254.

Information Industry Association/Chicago Chapter Luncheon. Chicago Mercantile Club. The
topic is Online Financial Market Information. Contact Julie Heilbronner, 855-3726.

Rosary College GSLIS Alumni Workday to update alumni records. Student Lounge, GSLIS, 7500
W. Division, River Forest, 1:00 p.m. - ??? Contact Marcia Pappalardo, 222-3169.
ASIS Meeting. Chicago Tribune, 5:00 p.m. Panel discussion on full-text newspapers.
Contact Carol Hoff, 937-4548.

CALL Executive Board Meeting, Winston & Strawn.

North Suburban Special Librarians Dinner Meeting.     North Suburban Library System
Headquarters, Wheeling, 5:00 p.m. Marcia Pappalardo (Chicago Tribune - VU/TEXT) will
speak on The Importance of Regional and International Information and Glenn Keeling
(InfoGlobe) will speak on A New International Fulltext Database. Contact Mary VanDyke,
492-2456.

SLA Meeting. Marcia Pappalardo will speak on VU/TEXT---Online Newspaper Applications and
Glenn Keeling will speak on A New International Fulltext Database. Contact Claudette
Warner, 875-7131.

Michigan Avenue Bridge Librarians Lunch Group. National Association of Realtors, 430 N.
Michigan Ave., 12:00 - 1:00. The topic for the brown bag lunch is Information
Brokers. Contact Karen Switt, 329-8292, or Eva Brown, 269-3010.

Loop Law Librarians. Contact Kelly Warnken, 461-0890.

ASIS/CALL/Chicago Library Club/SLA Joint Holiday Party. Chicago Cultural Center, Preston
Bradley Hall, 5:15 - 7:30. Watch for more details!


NEXT BULLETIN DEADLINE:



     november 20


LAST CALL FOR CONJLTATSI 1

If you want to be listed as a
paid consultant on the list of
available     law  library
consultants that is being
compiled by the Special
Consultation Committee, please
contact Mary K. Salovaara,
Northwestern Law Library, at
908-7920.


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