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Re: [consald] RE: CONSALD Meeting and Call for Agenda

Feb
03

James,

I strongly support adding this topic to the CONSALD agenda.

Laila

Laila Mulgaokar
Field Director
Library of Congress
New Delhi, India

Tel: +91-11-2347-2051
Fax: +91-11-2373-6066
>>> Aruna P Magier 02/03/14 4:58 PM >>>
sounds like a timely topic. Bangladesh too is producing lots of them.

On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at 4:52 PM, Wong, Laura (NIH/NLM) [E] wrote:

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[consald] FW: review of the Ganj Bakhsh Library, Iran-Pakistan Institute of Persian Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan

Feb
03

FYI - I am impressed by this resource as a means to disseminate information on research conditions abroad.

http://dissertationreviews.org/archives/7054
A review of the Ganj Bakhsh Library, Iran-Pakistan Institute of Persian Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan.

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[consald] FW: 2014 CEAL Plenary Program

Jan
31

CONSALD members - please see the invitation below. I strongly encourage you to attend this high-profile event, as the issues and topics are quite relevant to our work.

From: Peter Zhou [mailto:pzhou@library.berkeley.edu]
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2014 12:51 PM
To: Richie, Richard; James Simon; Shane, Jeffrey (shane@ohio.edu)
Cc: Ellen Hammond
Subject: 2014 CEAL Plenary Program

Dear James, Jeff and Richie:

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[consald] CONSALD Meeting and Call for Agenda

Jan
31

CONSALD:

I am pleased to announce that the next meeting of CONSALD will be held Thursday, March 27, 2014 from 1:00-5:00. We will be meeting on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Room 625 in Van Pelt Library. Coordinating information will be distributed closer to the event.

At this time, I would like to call for any agenda items. Feel free to send me ideas on topics of interest or issues you would like to address.

Hope you all are well.

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[consald] Indian Comic Books

Jan
14

hi all,

I came across this article while browsing for something else:)
http://www.mid-day.com/lifestyle/2013/dec/181213-having-a-comic-collecti...
that prompted me to probe more to get this interesting info on the 4th Annual Indian Comics Convention to be held in New Delhi in February 2014; thought of sharing this with you.

http://www.comicconindia.com/index.php?page=press

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[Consald-l] CONSALD email distribution list change

Jan
09

Colleagues,

Effective immediately, if you have messages to send to CONSALD, please use the following email address:

consald@utlists.utexas.edu

You may need to remove the old email address (consald-l@library.wisc.edu) from your email address book so things don't get confusing.

Thanks for noting this and do let me know if you have any problems.

Best,
Mary

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[consald] CONSALD email lists

Jan
08

Colleagues,

I'm in the process of trying to move our email list from UW to UT. Please let me know if you do NOT receive this message twice: once through the old consald-l@library.wisc.edu list and once through the new consald@utlists.utexas.edu list.
I'll (re)confirm our new group email address as soon as things are fully set-up.

If anyone wants off the list, please let me know that too.

Thanks!
Mary

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[Consald-l] Fwd: Primo Central & Bibliography of Asian Studies

Jan
06

Of interest to those moving to "web scale" discovery systems, such as Primo
Central:

---------- Forwarded message ----------

Good morning,

Several months ago, we asked why the Bibliography of Asian Studies was not
included in the Primo Central index. I received the following response from
Ex Libris Publisher Relations last week:

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