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41st Annual ARLIS/NA Conference, Pasadena

Greetings all,

The conference is rapidly approaching and I wanted to draw your attention to several wonderful sounding panel and poster sessions in which members of our division are involved.  I hope that you’ll be able to attend at least some of these and show support for your ADSL colleagues. Unfortunately, I won’t be attending the conference this year, but it sounds like a terrific program.

Saturday, April 27th

  1. Artists’ Books: Turning the Page to the Future (panel session)—“Contemporary Artists’ Publishing, Not Artists’ Books”-Tony White, Director of the Decker Library, Maryland Institute College of Art
  2. Queering our Collections (panel session) – Moderator, Deborah Evans-Cantrell, former Catalog/Reference Librarian, Indianapolis Museum of Art
  3. Power up! How can Academic Libraries Collect for Video Game Design Students (topic talk to start off the ADSL meeting)—Olivia Miller, MLIS candidate, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  4. Emerging Technology (forum) – “If this, then that: taming the Web using IFTTT”-Caitlin Pereira, Visual Resources Librarian, Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Sunday, April 28th

Poster Sessions:

  1. Writing on the Walls: Entice Your Users to Share their Thoughts – Sarah Carter and Jennifer Friedman, Instruction and Research Services Librarians, Ringling College of Art+Design
  2. The Artists as Writers Database Project—Farah Chung, Reference Intern, Ontario College of Art and Design
  3. Inside/Outside: Outreach at SCAD-Savannah – Patricia Gimenez and Carla-Mae Crookendale, Reference Librarians, Savannah College of Art and Design
  4. DIY-Zines, Minicomix, and More at the Art Center College of Design—Gina Scolares, Catalog Librarian, Art Center College of Design

Panel sessions:

  1. Librarian/Faculty Collaboration in Teaching and Assessing Information Literacy Across the Curriculum: Successes and Challenges—panelist, Sue Maberry, Director of Library and Instructional Technology, Otis College of Art and Design ; Moderator, Jennifer Friedman, Instruction and Research Services Librarian, Ringling College of Art and Design
  2. “I Don’t do Copying: Structuring a Meaningful Library Internship”—Jacqueline Protka, Digital Assets Librarian & Media Coordinator, Corcoran Gallery and College of Art+Design

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