Info Pros Friday Night At the Museum – 3/22 6pm @OaklandMuseumCA @sfcarts

The Information Professionals Social Club will meet-up at the Oakland Museum of California / Off the Grid’s “Friday Nights @ OMCA” night market for a fun filled evening of food trucks, beer, music, and good-times. Museum tickets are half-price (5pm-9pm) if you want to go in and enjoy.

Friday Nights @ OMCA, food trucks, people & good times

Join the Informaion Professionals Social Club for a night of food trucks, beer, and good times at Friday Nights @ OMCA!

We’ll meet up at 6pm at the corner of 10th/Oak (just one block from BART), then enjoy some food truck goodness!

What: IPSC meetup
Where: Friday Nights @ OMCA (corner of 10th/Oak, Oakland, CA)
When: 6pm, Friday March 22, 2013
Why: Good times!

Please RSVP & submit any questions on Facebook or by email (stephanie.roach@lislady.com) to Stephanie Roach.

For more information about Friday Nights @ OMCA: http://www.museumca.org/event/friday-nights-omca-6

For more information about Off the Grid and their weekly markets schedule: http://offthegridsf.com/

Info Pros Post Thanksgiving meet-up in Oakland, 11/30

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Hey everyone! The Information Professionals Social Club is having a post-Thanksgiving dinner at Barney’s Gourmet Burgers on College Ave in Oakland, 7:30pm November 30th, and we want to see you there. Tell us what you’re thankful for over all natural Niman Ranch beef burgers, or one of several amazing vegetarian dishes for our non-meat eating friends. To join us and meet other Bay Area information professionals and students, please RSVP on Facebook or to either Stephanie Roach or Cyndi Varady. We hope to see you there!

Barney's BurgerWho: Info Pros Social Club
WhereBarney’s Gourmet Burgers, 5817 College Ave, Oakland
When: Friday November 30, 2012 @ 7:30p
Why: Because we like you!

IPSC’s mission is to promote networking between information professionals of all walks, this includes seasoned professionals, new graduates, and students. Our informal meet-ups are designed to stimulate conversation, share employment experiences and educational advice, and above all make new friends. Like us on Facebook.

Happy Thanksgiving!

LIS Lady, Stephanie Roach, explores social media use by groups of info pros in poster session at CLA conference

Social media use infographicNovember 3, 2012 I presented a poster session, Social Media Use in the Bay Area Library Student and Professional Community, at the California Library Association’s annual conference in San Jose, CA. The session felt like a success. The survey results and data analysis as well as the poster infographic are available on the LIS Lady website.

Abstract

Social Media Use in the Bay Area Library Student and Professional Community explores the use of social media by San Francisco Bay Area professional networking groups. Social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and Pinterest will be evaluated for social media presence by library professional groups. Specific strategies in use by group administrators will be identified, and use of platform specific tools such as timelines, events, hangouts, etc. This poster session establishes a baseline for use of social media by San Francisco Bay Area library professional groups, and serves as an exploratory study providing data revealing directions for future research.

The poster session includes figures quantifying use of social media by San Francisco Bay Area library student and professional groups. Group administrators were surveyed to discover strategies and methods for utilizing social media platforms, and group profiles were evaluated to discover which tools are being utilized.

Info Pros meet-up in San Francisco 10/28 2pm at Radish

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Howdy all!

We would be honored if you would join the Information Professionals Social Club for a lovely mid-day meal at Radish, Sunday October 28th, 2012 at 2pm. Located in San Francisco’s hip Mission district, Radish “features an eclectic American menu with high quality, seasonal, and locally sourced ingredients” infused with a Southern flavor. Yum! We can’t wait, and we hope you’ll be there to help us enjoy all this wonderful restaurant has to offer. Please RSVP on Facebook or to either Cyndi Varady or Stephanie Roach. See you there!

What: Information Professionals Social Club October Meet-up
Where: Radish 3465 19th St. San Francisco, CA 94110 415.834.5441
When: Sunday, October 28th, 2012 2pm

IPSC’s mission is to promote networking between information professionals of all walks, this includes seasoned professionals, new graduates,and students. Our informal meet-ups are designed to stimulate conversation, share employment experiences and educational advice, and above all make new friends. Like us on Facebook

Stephanie Roach & Cyndi Varady

Co-founders
Information Professionals Social Club

Join the Info Pros Social Club for dinner in Oakland, CA 9/24 6pm #SpiceMonkey

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The Information Professionals Social Club will be visiting Spice Monkey for dinner Monday September 24, 2012 at 6pm, and you are invited to join us. Featuring global fusion cuisine, Spice Monkey is a “spice house that combines several world flavors and seasonings to create unique mouth watering dishes.” To join us and meet other Bay Area information professionals and students, please RSVP on our Facebook event page or to either Stephanie Roach or Cyndi Varady. We hope to see you there!

Spice Monkey logo

What? Information Professionals Social Club Meet-Up
Where? Spice Monkey / 1628 Webster Street @ 17th / Oakland, CA 94612
When? Monday 9/24/2012 6pm
Why? Fun!

IPSC’s mission is to promote networking between information professionals of all walks, this includes seasoned professionals, new graduates, and students. Our informal meet-ups are designed to stimulate conversation, share employment experiences and educational advice, and above all make new friends. Like us on Facebook

 

Poster Session Proposal Accepted by California Library Association – Social Media Use Among LIS Groups #CLA12 #defygravity

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Good news!

My poster session proposal was accepted for the California Library Association‘s 2012 annual conference. I’ll be doing research on use of social media by San Francisco Bay Area student and professional groups in the library and information science community.

More details to come soon!

Conference Logo - Defying Gravity - CLA Annual Conference and Exhibition 2012

Bay Area info pros meet-up (Oakland, CA) #librarians #ipsc

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Information Professionals Social Club July 2012 Meet-up

Conga Lounge, Oakland, CA

You are invited to come join the Information Professionals Social Club for our July meet-up at one of Oakland’s best Tiki Bars. Just blocks from Rockridge BART, we’ll send off co-founder Cyndi Varady to Canada in style with Mai Tais. The event officially starts at 6pm, but feel free to come early and enjoy the Conga Lounge‘s happy hour from 5-7. Invite your library, museum, archive and other information professional friends and colleagues to join us there!

What? IPSC Meet-up
Where? Conga Lounge; 5422 College Avenue; Oakland, CA
When? Tuesday, July 24th 6pm

RSVP to either Stephanie Roach or Cyndi Varady or on Facebook. Hope to see you there!

Like us on Facebook!

Info Pros May meet-up, FIVE Bar, Berkeley CA, 5pm, 5/26

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Come join the Information Professionals Social Club for our May meet-up at FIVE, in Berkeley. A Modern American Bistro & Bar, FIVE features a stylishly reinvented menu of familiar favorites. Please RSVP either to Stephanie RoachCyndi Varady, or on the Facebook event page, so we’ll know how many will join us.

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What? IPSC May Meet-Up
When? 5pm Saturday 5/26
Where? FIVE; Hotel Shattuck Plaza; 2086 Allston WayBerkeley, CA 94704
The IPSC’s mission is to promote networking between information professionals of all walks, this includes seasoned professionals, new graduates, and students. Our informal meet-ups are designed to stimulate conversation, share employment experiences and educational advice, and above all make new friends.

Info Pros Meet-up in San Francisco @ The Library Bar 4/21/12

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Anniversary Meet-up: You’re Invited!

The Information Professionals Social Club is turning one, and would love to share our anniversary with all of you over drinks and tasty tidbits at The Library Bar, located in the Hotel Rex down in the Civic Center of San Francisco on the 21st at 5 pm. The Library Bar hosts a library themed menu, featuring American-European fusion cuisine, and specializing in old school cocktails like Sidecars, Manhattans, and Old Fashioned. Join the IPSC for a grownup library experience without the grownup responsibilities of work or school. . . for a few hours anyhow.

Please RSVP to either Cynthia Varady or Stephanie Roach or visit our Facebook event page and RSVP there. Feel free to leave us a message in the comment section!

Eat, Drink and Be Nerdy,

Information Professionals Social Club

The Library Bar
562 Sutter Street,
San Francisco, CA 94102
T 415-433-4434 | F 415-433-3695
Google Maps: http://tinyurl.com/85unw5j

IPSC’s mission is to promote networking between information professionals of all walks, this includes seasoned professionals, new graduates, and students. Our informal meet-ups are designed to stimulate conversation, share employment experiences and educational advice, and above all make new friends.

IPSC lunch meet-up: Noon 3/25 @ Buffalo Bill’s in Hayward – Join us!

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You are invited to join the Information Professionals Social Club for our March meet-up. We will meet at noon, on Sunday March 25, 2012 for lunch at Buffalo Bill’s in Hayward.

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Join the Information Professionals Social Club at Buffalo Bill's Sunday March 25, 2012 at noon!

Buffalo Bill’s helped launch the microbrewery renaissance in the early 80’s, with the introduction of Buffalo Beer and other recipes. Their goal is to create and serve “homemade, hearty libations with character and integrity.” The restaurant features gourmet grill selections and pizza.

Come out and join us! Please RSVP on our Facebook event page or via email to Stephanie Roach or Cyndi Varady.

IPSC’s mission is to promote networking between information professionals of all walks, this includes seasoned professionals, new graduates, and students. Our informal meet-ups are designed to stimulate conversation, share employment experiences and educational advice, and above all make new friends.