APRA Meeting, January 26th
faulhabe at u.washington.edu
Tue Jan 2 08:16:19 PST 2001
The Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement's Northwest chapter presents:
WHEN THE PUBLIC LIBRARY IS YOUR RESEARCH RESOURCE
For those of you who depend on FREE and reliable information sources, APRA-NW's annual tour of the Seattle Public Library's comprehensive fundraising resources will help you go right to the right tool of your trade.
Yes, you can access the Internet at the library, but this meeting gives you four mini-tours of those areas of the library that are relevant to prospecting, so you'll know before you go what print directories and specialized databases they have available to the general public. You'll also get to know the librarians who staff these areas, as they give the tours and are full of helpful tips when you are stumped.
The tours will give you an overview of the following sections:
a.. the Humanities Desk with its wealth of biographical sources;
b.. the Social Sciences Desk, which oversees the Fundraising Resource Center, a cooperative collection of the Foundation Center;
c.. the Business Desk, with all its massive, business directories and CD-ROMS;
d.. the Newspaper Desk, with its newspaper and government databases.
When: Friday, January 26, 2001
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: The Seattle Public Library
1000 Fourth Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101
The Library is located on Fourth Ave. between Spring and Madison Streets.
(Note: since parking in downtown Seattle is difficult and expensive, we recommend you take public transportation or carpool.)
To register: simply reply to this email, that is, to Christina Faulhaber at faulhabe at u.washington.edu
For more information: call Christina Faulhaber at 206-221-6413
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