108 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (February 1986)

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  FEBRUARY 1986                                                                            Number 108




                                         Calendar of Events




   February 10  DIALOG Basic Training.    One day seminar for users with little or no search experience. Held at
                 DIALOG offices, 75 E. Wacker Dr. Registration is $125. For further information and registration,
                 call DIALOG at 800/3-DIALOG.

   February 14   DIAIOG Basic Training. Sam seminar as that being offered on February 10. See details listed for
                 February 10.

    February 19  (orporate law Department Librarians. Lunch meting held at Chicago Bar Association, 29 S. LaSalle
                 St. at 12:00 p.m. For further information, call Mary Ann Alfonsi-Gini at 786-6882.

    February 20  Predicasts Training. Free seninar on P1S Applications for the Legal Qimunity. Held at DIALOG
                 offices, 75 E. Wacker Dr. from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Survey of the nine databases that constitute the
                 Predicast Terminal System  illustrating PTS' extensive  market, product, service and ompany
                 coverage. For further information and registration, call Carla Ashton at 800/321-6388.

    February 25 Loop Law Librarians meeting. Speaker will be Marcia Pappalardo discussing the 'AJ/TEXIT database.
                 Held at Chicago Bar Association, 29 S. LaSalle St. at 12:00 p.m. For more information, call Kelly
                 Warnken at 902-2120.

    February 27  DIALOG Basic Training. Sae seminar as those being offered on February 10 and      14.   See  details
                 listed for February 10.

    February 28  DIALOG Advanced  Training.  one day  seminar  for more  experienced searchers. Held at DIALOG
                 offices, 75 E. Wacker Dr. Registration is $125. For further information and      registration, call
                 DIALOG at 800/3-DIALOG.

    March 2 - 7  Association of Research  Libraries.  Advanced Library Management Skills Institute. Held at St.
                 LOuis, 1D. Contact Susan Jorow, Office of Management Studies, A.R.L., 1527 New    Hampshire, N.W.,
                 Washington, D.C. 20036, 202/232-8656. Institute will be offered again from Sept. 28 to Oct. 3 in
                 Airlie, VA.

    March 5      CALL Executive Board Meeting. Held at Keck Mahin & Cate.

    March 17     Softmre/Carputar 0onference and Exposition. Pre-Coaference Workshops. For information, cntact
                 Heckler Publishing, 11 Ferry Lane West, Westport CT 06880, 203/226-6967.

    March 18 - 20 Software/Colquter Conference and Exposition.  Held at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, GA. Full
                 comference registration is $95 before March 1, after March    1 registration   will be   $125.   For
                 further information and registration, contact Heckler Publishing, 11 Ferry Lane West, Westport, CT
                 06880, 203/226-6967.

    March 19     CALL Continuing Education Committee. Brow bag lunch meeting, 12      noon  -  2:00 p.m. at Sante
                 Southern Pacific  Corp., Conference Center, 14th Floor, 224 S. Michigan Ave. Topic will be Law
                 Student to Associate. Additional information from Mary    Ann Alfonsi-Gini, 786-6882 or Judith
                 Kolata, 845-9292. Reservations are necessaryl

    Mardh 20     Chicago Library Club. Dinner meeting with Dr. Thomas J. Galvin, Executive Director of ALA. Topic
                 to be announced.

    March 21     CALL lazncm  Meeting. Held at the Midland Hotel with cocktails at 11:45 and lunch at 12:30. The
                 national officers of AALL will be in attendance. For more information and reservations, contact
                 Dehbie Reber at 346-8000, ext. 3202.          Calendar        continued         on   p.    3

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