123 CALL Bull. 1 (February 1989)

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CALL Bulletin


Calendar of Events


Managing Your Library as a Business, Special Libraries Associa-
tion regional meeting, co-sponsored by the SLA Illinois Chapter and
the SLA Business & Finance Division, at Hotel Nikko Chicago, 320
N. Dearborn. Registration fee Is $150.00, including continental
breakfast and lunch both days. The two-day meeting will cover: Hav-
ing an Impact on the Organization, Budgeting & Financial Control;
Negotiating Skills; Time Management; Marketing, and Leadership
Skills. Contact Kathleen Swantek, Arthur Andersen & Co.; General
Library - Room 1240; 33 West Monroe; Chicago, IL 60603.


March 10     CALL Luncheon, Midland Hotel. Contact Jane Gaddis; Lord Bissell
             & Brook; 115 S. LaSalle St.; Chicago; 443-0647.


March 14-16


April 5-7

April 9-15

June 10-15

June 13-16


June 14-16


June 18-21

June 24-29


Computers in Libraries Conference and Exhibition, Oakland, CA.
For more information contact Meckler Corporation; 11 Ferry Lane
West; Westport, CT 06880; (203) 226-6967.

Illinois Library Association Conference, Pheasant Run Resort, St.
Charles, Illinois.


National Library Week.


Special Libraries Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY.
AALL Summer Institute on How to Teach Legal Research in Law
Firm and Academic Environments, McGeorge School of Law, Sacra-
mento, CA. Contact: Virginia Wise; University of Michigan School of
Information and Library Studies; Ann Arbor, MI 48109; (313) 747-
3582.

AALL Summer Institute on Space Planning Within Existing Facili-
ties, Granlibakken Resort, Lake Tahoe, CA. Contact Dorothy Nor-
bie; U.S. West Corporate Library; 6200 South Quebec, Suite 170;
Englewood, CO 80111; (303) 889-6588.

AALL Annual Meeting, Bally's Hotel, Reno, Nevada. The theme is
'Values and Resources.

American Library Association National Conference, Dallas, TX. Con-
tact ALA; 50 East Huron St.; Chicago, IL 60611; (312) 944-6780.


Calendar of Events is compiled by Joyce Horan, Baker & McKenzie. Please send
notices of meetings, seminars, etc. to Joyce at One Prudential Plaza; 130 E. Ran-
dolph Drive, 28th Floor; Chicago, IL 60601.


March 6-7

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