Chemical Information Bulletin, Volume 66, Number 2, Summer 2014 Page: 3
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Special Libraries Association's Chemistry Division (DCHE) to plan the next Bi-Society Symposium,
which DCHE hopes to host at the 2015 SLA Annual Conference in Boston. The theme of that program
will be chemical information in support of health and safety. Please stay tuned for more information on
both the Pacifichem and Bi-Society programs! However, in addition to programming on a national
level, we would like to become more involved with regional and local section programs. If you have an
upcoming regional meeting in your area, please let us know, and consider volunteering to organize a
symposium, session, or short-course surrounding an appropriate topic in chemical information!
Finally, following up on the long-range planning dinner that Tony Williams organized at the New
Orleans National Meeting, the CINF Membership Committee will be embarking upon a number of
projects, which include distributing a broad-reaching member survey and creating some more detailed
member profiles. More information will be broadcast in the coming months; I hope that you will
consider taking part in both projects, letting us know what you do and why you love it, why you value
your CINF membership, and what CINF can do for you both now and in the future!
With best wishes for a healthy and productive spring,
Judith Currano, Chair, ACS Division of Chemical Information
CINF Webmaster Needed - You Can Help!
Danielle Dennie, our CINF Webmaster, has moved from the Chemistry Library to Webster Library as
a Computer Science, Electrical/Computer Engineering and Math subject librarian at Concordia
University. As a result, she will be stepping down as our Webmaster. We are grateful for her efforts in
migrating the CINF website into a Drupal environment as well as ongoing maintenance of the site. We
wish Danielle well in her new endeavors.
This means, though, that we now have an opening for a new Webmaster. If you have been thinking
about ways to get involved, or to get more involved, with CINF, this is an excellent way to do so.
Responsibilities include interacting with a variety of CINF members and Committees to upload new
content on the site, including such things as the Chemical Information Bulletin, presentations from
National Meetings, announcements and news, etc. You wouldn't need to generate the content
yourself. Familiarity with Drupal would be helpful, but not required. Also, we have an Assistant
Webmaster, so you wouldn't be on your own.
If interested, please contact me at d martinsenaacs.orq.
Thanks for your consideration, and thanks again to Danielle!
David Martinsen, Chair, Communications and Publications Committee
Chemical Information Bulletin, 2014, 66 (2)
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