CALL thanks our sponsor Vable for their generous support of our February Business meeting. For members who could not be present and those who would like more information, Vable’s promotional video, shown at the meeting, is available below. You can also visit vable.com.
Registration for the February 16 2017 CALL meeting is now open and can be completed at https://caoll.wildapricot.org/event-2312458
Date: Thursday February 16 2017
159 West Erie Street
Chicago IL 60654
Registration begins at 11:30
Lunch begins at 12:00 Noon
About the Speaker
The speaker at this meeting is Ms. Paula Cozzi Goedert. Ms. Goedert is a partner in the Chicago office of Barnes & Thornburg LLP. She represents non-profit organizations and lectures frequently, including on copyright issues. She will speak on the basics of copyright, especially myths, misconceptions and common misunderstandings about copyright. You can read Ms. Goedert’s full biography at http://www.btlaw.com/paula-cozzi-goedert
Menu – Served Family Style
Moroccan Chicken Skewers
Cedar Planked Salmon
Basil Hayden’s Bourbon Tenderloin Tips
Redskin Mashed Potatoes
Balsamic Roasted Vegetables
Triple Layer Chocolate Cake
Classic NY Style Cheesecake With Mixed Berries
Community Service Project
This meeting, all cash and in-kind donation will be given to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Food donations must be: in cans, cartons or bags, non-perishable, in the original container with the original product label, within the “Use by” or “Best if used” dates, free of damage, stains and moisture, standard retail food products (homemade food cannot be accepted)
Items most needed are: canned beans, canned fruit, canned vegetables, canned chili, peanut butter, canned soup, canned stew, canned fish
This month’s meeting sponsor is Vable.
Vable will be introducing its new streamlined current awareness platform, developed using feedback from the world’s top law firms. The new platform continues to deliver the best in class features whilst simplifying your searching using the very latest in new technologies. With natural language processing surfacing only the most relevant of results, Vable’s platform gives Librarians full control of their content. You can learn more about them at http://www.vable.com
Registration will close at 12:00 Noon on 10 February 2017
The Mentorship and Continuing Education Committees are collaborating their efforts for a panel discussion on switching jobs. Recently, a number of CALL members have switched positions, where they have also switched library settings – for example, academic librarians have switched positions and moved to government libraries, firm libraries, and so on.
Join us for a lively discussion and brownbag lunch, where our panelists will describe their experiences, discuss how they transitioned their skillset, and give advice to other librarians considering making a change.
Where: Jenner & Block (353 N. Clark Street)
When: January 25, 2017 from Noon-1
Sign up here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8LKRK2K (Registration available until 1/24/2017)
Cost: $5 (to be collected at the door)
· Annie Mentkowski, Agency Librarian at United States Railroad Retirement Board
· Valerie Carullo, Client Success Manager, Government and Courts at Bloomberg BNA
· JoAnn Hounshell, Technical Services Librarian at Sidley Austin
· Katie Leonard, Senior Director of Client Engagement at LibSource
· Ben Brighoff, Competitive Intelligence Manager at Jenner & Block
Drinks will be provided.
If you prefer the Bulletin in PDF, we recently released the fall issue in your format of choice! In this issue you’ll find pieces on the importance of transition, tax deductions for law librarians, some final AALL grantee reports, recaps of last May’s and September’s business meetings, and more. We also feature annual reports from our committees. Find the PDF here or browse it online at the Bulletin homepage.
And as ever, we’re looking for your articles and ideas! If you would like to make a submission for the winter issue of the Bulletin, which will commemorate CALL’s 70th anniversary, please do so by Monday, February 6. You can submit to any of the co-editors: Juanita Harrell (firstname.lastname@example.org), Philip Johnson (email@example.com), or Scott Vanderlin (firstname.lastname@example.org). We look forward to hearing from you!
In observance of Veteran’s Day, we will be supporting these organizations at tomorrow’s business meeting.
In Kind Donations
Help Hospitalized Veterans
Help Hospitalized Veterans’ primary mission is to enrich the lives of veterans and military personnel. Healing arts and crafts provide a therapeutic experience for all veterans including those who are hospitalized, in shelters, in convalescent homes and those undergoing therapy for a wide range of physical and mental challenges. Many veterans experience symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) which increase the risk for depression, physical injuries, substance abuse and sleep problems. The kits, provided free of charge to the veteran, become a part of the patient’s treatment plan, giving them a creative outlet along with tangible therapeutic and rehabilitation benefits. They improve fine motor skills, cognitive functioning, memory improvement, anger issues and dexterity as well as decrease the severity of PTSD/TBI triggers including anxiety, memories, sadness and frustration.
The materials they are most in need of include:
Acrylic paints for wood craft projects (non-toxic)
Fine tip paint brushes
Medium paint brushes
Wood Glue (Elmer’s non-toxic)
Sketch Pads (any size)
For more information, check out their website at https://www.hhv.org/
Cash donations will be sent to the Wounded Warriors Project
Wounded Warrior Project provides free programs and services focused on the physical, mental, and long-term financial well-being of this generation of injured veterans, their families and caregivers. The long-term strategic goal of Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history. We will accomplish this vision by raising awareness and enlisting the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members; helping injured servicemen and women aid and assist each other; and providing unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs. Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) positively impacts the lives of injured service members through a high-touch, holistic approach, reaching out to warriors at a personal level by engaging them at numerous points throughout their recovery continuum. By emphasizing our core programs – focused on Outreach and Engagement, Mental Health Support, Physical Health & Wellness, and Financial Assistance, Employment, and Education – WWP works to confront the spectrum of barriers to successful reintegration that many veterans face. As one of the fastest-growing national charities, WWP provides the largest scope of programs and services to veterans at every phase and stage of their recovery and transition.
For more information, check out their website at http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/