December 14, 2009
Onondaga lands were originally the regular meeting place for the five tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy (the Haudenasaunee, or “people of the longhouse”). Because of this role, the Onondagas are known as the “Fire Keepers” of the confederacy. SUNY librarians work hard at “keeping fires”: the fires of inquiry and of research; the desire for exploration and for discovery. SUNY libraries fire the imagination and enlighten the soul. And so it seems entirely appropriate that we come together for our annual meeting and conference at Onondaga under the theme:
SUNY Libraries: Keeping the Fire, Lighting the Way
June 16, 2009
Beware…some earlier versions of the conference contained some minor errors concerning the Thursday afternoon schedule.
Here is the real scoop:
1:30 – 3:15pm Conference Sessions
3:15 – 3:30pm BREAK
3:30 – 5:00pm Conference Sessions
June 15, 2009
Conference registration and residence hall check-in are both located in the same place.
Whitney Atrium (building next to the conference parking lot – Lot 13)
Wednesday, June 17 9:00am to 9:30pm
Thursday, June 18 8:00am to 12:00pm
If you need to check-in to the residence hall outside of the above times, please call residence life when you arrive on campus (315)877-3209 . The residence hall staff will meet you at the Building B (165) entrance nearest the residence hall parking lot behind the building. If you are unable to reach residence life, please call security at (315)498-2478.
There are three residence halls on campus. They are grouped together on your left side when you enter through the main campus entrance (Rt 175). Building B has the number “165” on the front of the building and is located between buildings A and C.
June 15, 2009
There are clusters of computers in W200, W300, Gordon Student Center, and the Academic Computer Lab (C210) in the Coulter Library Building. You can use computers in these areas and almost any public access computer you find by using the following login information:
June 15, 2009
Over $1,000 worth of great raffle prizes for this year’s SUNYLA Conference Luncheon…
Win meals at popular restaurants, tickets to popular events, and even a year’s worth of free bread!
June 11, 2009
Wireless access will be available in all buildings and the residence halls. The residence halls will not require a login, but you will need to login and do some additional setup if you would like to access the wireless network in all other buildings on campus.
Additional settings that you will need to configure are provided below.
Windows XP (.pdf)
Windows Vista (.pdf)
Copies of these setup instructions will be available at the registration desk.