I expect that most of the Tucson locals reading this already know about the SIRLS Graduate Student Symposium that's happening tomorrow, but I thought I'd give one last invite. The details about the symposium can be found here:, and if you're in town tomorrow, stop by and see us. You don't have to register, and the more the merrier. The symposium gives us grad students a chance to make presentations in a lower-stress atmosphere than a conference might be, and it also gives us a chance to hear about what our fellow student are up to.

This year we've got people talking about: Internships in Ireland, Google Print and Other Digitization Projects, The Digital Divide in Navajo Land, Ethical Dilemmas in Reference, and more. (And wish me luck tomorrow morning: I'm presenting on RSS and I'm a wee bit nervous.) Our keynote speaker is Michael Stephens of Tame the Web, who will be talking about Library 2.0.

There will be a reception at Gentle Ben's on University afterwards.

Last year's inaugural symposium was a rousing success and a really great time, so come by and help make this year's even better!