All of the
glitter, grit, and glory as reported by the Fullerton College
student newspaper are now available through the Library’s
website at http://fclonlinearchives.fullcoll.edu
the Hornet Newspaper from 1923-2006 chronologically. Individual
issues are full-text searchable. Issues 1923-1930 are keyword
searchable across all of these issues. Additionally, over
500 historical images from the 1920s through 2009 are available
for viewing and use in classes.
Submitted a final draft of "California Ethnic
and Multicultural Archives (CEMA): the first twenty years" in
January 2011 to co-editors Sal Güereña and retired
FC Library Dean John Ayala for their Pathways to Progress book
project in response to notes from publisher Libraries Unlimited,
an imprint of ABC-CLIO.
Mendez v. Westminster: Families for
Equality continues to air on KOCE-TV. Check http://www.occhannel.org for
air dates and times. Copies of the film are also available
for check-out at the library reserve desk with a valid ID
To acquire a copy of the film with a small donation,
visit the Fullerton College Foundation Mendez
v. Westminster: Families for Equality web page.
2010 Mover & Shaker
Participated in the Emerging Leaders day-long discussion of
American Library Association (ALA) governance and effective leadership
at the San Diego Convention Center, on January 7, 2011. Presenters
included: Peter Bromberg, Assistant Director of the Princeton Public
Library; Maureen Sullivan, a current ALA presidential candidate
and Simmons College professor; Leslie Burger, a past ALA president;
and Jenny Levine, ALA Internet Development Specialist and Strategy
Guide. Burger described the path to leadership in ALA as
being a gradual ladder. She began by working with ALA Councils
and Awards Committees, eventually becoming president of the ALA
Association Specialized and Cooperative Library Agencies, then
president of the New Jersey Library Association. Burger suggested
that socializing at conference parties is aided by an open, friendly
stance and a glass of vino.
The Emerging Leaders team Visual Advocacy Resources had a working
lunch with Beth Yoke, Executive Director of the Young Adult Library
Association, and Linda Braun, Educational Technology Consultant.
The day was followed by an evening reception celebrating the Emerging
Leaders at the President Elect-Suite at the San Diego Marriott
Hotel and Marina.