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[6/23/12] Committee Meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 28, 10 am, Logan Library.

[6/21/12] At Wanda’s direction, ULA has decided to hold off issuing a statement about the Davis County School District issue until more information is forthcoming. Wanda is working to meet with the key players and hopes for a satisfactory solution for all involved.

[6/11/12] The ULA Executive Board, Wanda and Joseph from the IF Committee, Shay from the School Library Section, and Donna from the Utah State Library met at the Day-Riverside Library to discuss an official statement regarding the Davis County School District issue. A draft was composed and it is expected to be finalized soon.

[6/8/12] Wanda and Joseph attended the quarterly meeting of the ULA Board of Directors at the new West Jordan Llibrary where the Davis County School District issue was discussed. It was decided that an emergency meeting of the ULA Executive Board plus representatives from the Intellectual Freedom Committee and the School Library Section would meet again on Monday, June 11 to further discuss the situation and work on an official statement from ULA.

[6/5/12] We are monitoring the recent challenge to a children’s book in the Davis County School District (see Salt Lake Tribune 5/30/12 and 6/1/12).

 

 

 

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Dear McSRT Participant, 

This is an invitation to attend the Wimba online meeting of the “ULA Multicultural Services Round Table.”

Please follow the instructions below to prepare for this virtual meeting.

 

Key Links for Joining the Online Meeting

· Wimba Setup Wizard: http://bit.ly/WimbaWizard

· Virtual Room: http://bit.ly/ULA-McSRT

 

Instructions

1. To Set Up Your Computer 

  • If this is your first Wimba online meeting, walk through the Wimba Setup Wizard as soon as possible. The wizard will ensure you have the software and configuration you need to see and hear the online meeting.
  • We will be using Voice-Over-IP (VoIP) so that you can hear the meeting through your computer’s speakers or headphones. If you wish to speak during the meeting, you will also need a microphone. I strongly recommend using a headset with a built-in mic; these are inexpensive and work very well.
  • If you are not able to use sound on your computer, you can hear the meeting’s audio by calling a phone number. Once you have entered ULA Multicultural Services Round Table Meeting Room you will see the phone number and instructions for getting a unique PIN (numeric password) that you will use on the phone. Please note this is not a toll-free number.

 

2 Connect to the Wimba Online Meeting 

  • Plan to join the room 10 minutes before the start time of the meeting.
  • Go to the following URL to join the meeting room “ULA Multicultural Services Round Table”  http://bit.ly/ULA-McSRT
  • A new window may open and you will be directed to a Participant Login page.
  • Type your name in the space provided and click the “enter” button.

 

We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!