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"What Was It?" a poem by Janice K. Nez

Submitted by jalee2 on Sun, 12/12/2010 - 16:23

Dec 11, 2010.  
Poem:  What Was It?  
By Janice K. Nez  

 What was it that I lost?
   
NOT the time, oh no, no one can lose the time,

Time is running, tick tock, tick tock, like the tortoise, it moves steadily along,

So what was it that I lost?

NOT the hour, oh no, no one can lose an hour,

The seconds are skipping by, skip up- skip down, just skipping along,

SO what was it that I lost?

NOT my way, oh no, NOT your way...YES way.

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Part 3 Reflections from Oral History Association's 2010 Conference

Submitted by jalee2 on Sat, 12/11/2010 - 15:52

THIS IS PART THREE OF JAMIE A. LEE'S REFLECTIONS FROM:

Oral History Association 44th Annual Meeting
Times of Crisis, Times of Change: Human Stories on the Edge of Transformation
Atlanta, Georgia  �  27 - 31 October 2010

SESSION 5.7:  Multimedia Portals for Video Oral Histories: A Case Study from The HistoryMakers

Part 2 Reflections from Oral History Association's 2010 Conference

Submitted by jalee2 on Mon, 12/06/2010 - 10:06

THIS IS PART TWO OF JAMIE A. LEE'S REFLECTIONS FROM:

Oral History Association 44th Annual Meeting
Times of Crisis, Times of Change: Human Stories on the Edge of Transformation
Atlanta, Georgia  �  27 - 31 October 2010

SESSION 4.1:  Oral History in the Digital Age: Developing Best Practices

Part 1 Reflections from Oral History Association's 2010 Conference

Submitted by jalee2 on Fri, 12/03/2010 - 13:28

THIS IS PART ONE OF JAMIE A. LEE'S REFLECTIONS FROM:

Oral History Association 44th Annual Meeting
Times of Crisis, Times of Change: Human Stories on the Edge of Transformation
Atlanta, Georgia  �  27 - 31 October 2010

SESSION 2.2:  Boundaries, Barriers, and Borders:  Oral Histories and the Question of Difference

Reflections on AzLA Conference "Click It Forward" ~ Nov 2010

Submitted by jalee2 on Tue, 11/30/2010 - 07:25

Reflections from Berlin Loa:

AzLA Conference "Click It Forward" at Ft. MCDOWELL - November 2010

AZLA Conference at Ft. McDowell, Scottsdale, AZ.  Good times. Great workshops. Good friends made. Late nights. Fun with colleagues. Early mornings. Unexpected treasures in each day.  I will spare all the gory details, but here's a brief review of some of the workshops I attended:

Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Access 2010--Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Submitted by jalee2 on Fri, 11/12/2010 - 07:50
From Jeff Cruz:

Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Access 2010--Brisbane,
Queensland, Australia.

            The most memorable professional development activity I have
participated in was the Australian Library and Information Association
(ALIA) Access 2010 Conference in Brisbane, Australia. In order to minimize
costs associated with attending ALIA Access in Australia, I volunteered at
the conference through the ALIA Access 2010 Industry Volunteer programme, a
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