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St. Louis LIS Trends 2/28 February 24, 2008

Posted by cpryor01 in Library Stuff, Student Stuff.
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St. Louis LISTrends

Thursday, February 28th at 5:30 pm

This month’s topic:
Design in Web Design

Special Guest:
Mikael D. Kriz, M.A., M.S.
Reference Librarian // Assistant Professor

Pius XII Memorial Library
Saint Louis University

Nadoz at the Boulevard (across from the Galleria)
#12 The Boulevard St. Louis
Richmond Heights, MO 63117
http://www.nadozcafe.com/home.html
Plenty of onsite parking in the garage
314.726.3100

Join us and our special guest Mikael Kriz, Saint Louis University Reference Librarian, for a lively discussion about what it takes to effectively redesign a library’s website. Mikael will discuss the basics of design including layout, composition, color, etc. Feel free to bring along your laptops as well as addresses for any library websites that you would like to discuss.

Please RSVP to Chris Pryor just so we can save you a seat. However, if your plans change, just drop by and we will find you a seat.

We hope to see you there!

St. Louis LISGSA Committee
Christina Pryor (cnpryor@gmail.com)
Anna Kwiatkowski (avkfh7@mizzou.edu)

P.S. Concerned about traffic? Check out traffic.com to get a heads-up on congestion, or take Metro! Check out metrostl.org to plan your route – Nadoz is near the Richmond Heights MetroLink station, with connections to bus routes #1 WUSTL-Gold and #2 WUSTL-Red at the station, and routes #58 Clayton-Ballas and the Chesterfield Valley Connector a block away at the Galleria mall.

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