Published in ABQLA December Bulletin!

4 Jan

ABQLA logo I was extremely excited today to receive in the mail my new ABQLA Bulletin. As I’ve mentioned, I am the president of the McGill Student Chapter of the ABQLA (Association des Bibliothèques du Québec/Quebec Library Association) and, in September, I was asked to write a contribution to the next bulletin. My article is entitled “Why Get Involved?” and it focuses on the importance of students and informational professionals getting involved in extra-curricular activities such as the organization of social events and professional development opportunities. I wrote this text months ago and I’m so excited to see it published! You can access the PDF version of the Bulletin from the ABQLA’s website.


4 Responses to “Published in ABQLA December Bulletin!”

  1. Graham Lavender January 6, 2010 at 5:40 pm #

    Congrats! And I completely agree with the argument of your article: you really do get what you give. The ABQLA is lucky to have you.

  2. Ekaterina January 27, 2010 at 8:43 pm #

    I’ve searched the web-site using search option but can’t fin your article? Could it probably be moved somewhere? Do you have the copy? 🙂

    • Amanda Halfpenny January 29, 2010 at 3:16 pm #

      I checked the link in my post and it seemed to work fine, it leads you to the web page from where you could download the September-December bulletin. If you are still have problems, there is also a web page for all the archived ABQLA bulletins. Just click on the issue Vol. 50.3 2009 from
      Thanks for your interest!

      • Ekaterina January 29, 2010 at 8:10 pm #

        I got it – thanks! 🙂

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