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Dear colleagues,

Hurry - registration for the ABSC/CHLA Continuing Education Workshops<> (May 16) and Annual Conference (May 17-19) closes in under 2 weeks!  Visit our site<> for more information, or skip to the registration page<> to secure your space.

Did you know: we are offering a full-day Continuing Education workshop on Successful Project Management: From Planning to Final Product<>?

Designed for information professionals, this course will prepare you to:

*         discuss the basic phases or stages of project management, and describe how each phase may impact the overall project outcome

*         discuss the roles and responsibilities of project teams and project management strategies for working effectively to accomplish goals

*         plan a simple project from start to finish, using basic knowledge of project initiation, planning, execution and post-project assessment

Instructor: Sonya Betz
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Sonya Betz, MLIS, is Digital Initiatives Projects Librarian at the University of Alberta (2015 to current), where she is responsible for the project management and coordination of a range of digital initiatives, including digital repository services, digitization, research data management, web archiving, and digital preservation. Sonya also spent several years as the Web and User Experience Librarian at MacEwan University, where she led the implementation of a number of digital projects. She is the instructor for LIS 598: Project Management, and has taught various professional development workshops and sessions at the University of Alberta and MacEwan University on project management techniques and tools.

Best regards,

Pamela Harrison, MLIS
Knowledge Resource Service
Rockyview General Hospital
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