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Friday, June 22 - 8:00am

8:00am - 10:00am
Board Update (ACRL) [Closed] Committee meeting, Governance/Membership Meeting Disneyland Hotel
Mississippi
Closed :
Exclusive to group members
8:30am - 4:00pm
Planning, Assessing, and Communicating Library Impact: Putting the Standards for Libraries in Higher Education into Action (ACRL) [$] Preconference/Institute Anaheim Convention Center
208A
Description :

Libraries in higher education are increasingly required to demonstrate their value and document their contributions to overall institutional effectiveness. The Standards for Libraries in Higher Education is a framework for library planning and assessment that can be used for a variety of circumstances including annual planning, program review, and accreditation self-study. Through presentation, discussion, and group activities, learn how to use the Standards to communicate your library’s impact!

Cost :
$245 ACRL member, $285 ALA member, $325 Nonmember, $105 student

Friday, June 22 - 9:00am

9:00am - 4:00pm
Digital Humanities in Theory and Practice: Tools and Methods for Librarians [$] Preconference/Institute Anaheim Convention Center
208B
Description :

Learn how humanities librarians can participate in, create, and lead digital humanities initiatives. In addition to introducing theories and practices that characterize the digital humanities, explore several examples of how librarians currently lead library digitization initiatives, collaborate on faculty projects, and participate in national grant-funded efforts. Investigate project management complexities, digital humanities’ impact on research collections, humanities librarians’ work with faculty to manage their digital humanities research, and digital humanities’ role in scholarly communications.

Interests :
Cost :
$255 ACRL member, $295 ALA member, $325 Nonmember, $105 student

Saturday, June 23 - 8:00am

8:00am - 10:00am
ACRL 101 & Membership Meeting (ACRL) Governance/Membership Meeting, Orientation Session Disneyland Hotel
Disneyland Grand Ballroom North
Description :

ACRL leaders will meet with first-time attendees and explain how to get the most out of the ALA Annual Conference experience as well as opportunities for engagement with ACRL. A membership meeting (30 minutes) will be followed by the orientation program.

8:00am - 10:00am
Grown Ups Just Want to Have Fun! Library Play Programming for College Students of All Ages Program Anaheim Convention Center
201B
Description :

Research shows that adults who play tend to be more creative and curious in their approach to learning and work. The panel of speakers will share their research findings about the benefits of play and give an overview of current library play programs offered at their respective academic libraries. This presentation will also provide an opportunity to try some play activities yourself!

Saturday, June 23 - 10:00am

10:30am - 12:00pm
ACRL Metrics User Group Meeting (ACRL) Committee meeting Disneyland Hotel
North Exhibit Hall Room BC
Description :

A demonstration and discussion of ACRL Metrics for current and prospective subscribers. Presentation will highlight how it can be used for advocacy, budget defense, and demonstrating value. New features and capabilities will be showcased.

10:30am - 12:00pm
Addressing Global Diversity: Meeting the Needs of International Students in Academic Libraries (ACRL) Program Anaheim Convention Center
201C
Description :

Addressing Global Diversity Program Description International student enrollment in higher education in the United States reached an all-time high of 723,277 students in 2011. This panel presentation will provide various perspectives on meeting the unique needs of international students in academic libraries. The panelists will represent several types of institutions and will discuss ways of effectively improving programs and services, developing partnerships with other campus units, and raising staff awareness of cross-cultural issues.

10:30am - 12:00pm
Preparing College-Ready 21st Century Citizens with Integrated Information / Media Literacy Programs in Education Program Anaheim Convention Center
204A
Description :

How can K-12 and academic librarians prepare learners to work successfully in information- and technology-rich environments so they will be college-ready? How can we librarians expand our focus from information literacy to incorporate all 21st Century skills that boost deep content understanding, and successfully collaborate with teachers and professors to truly integrate these skills? This program features school and academic librarians who met this challenge and succeeded in integrating information literacy into their curriculum.

10:30am - 12:00pm
Winning on Two Fronts: How Library Residencies are Placing Libraries at the Leading Edge of Innovation and Diversity Initiatives (ACRL) Program Hilton Anaheim
California D
Description :

This panel will discuss the importance of library residencies in recruiting a more diverse workforce; in giving the library a greater leadership role in diversity initiatives; in providing formidable career development opportunities for residents; and in keeping libraries at the forefront of new technologies and innovative services. The panel will include a current resident, a former resident, a residency coordinator and an academic library dean. Presentations will be followed by a Q & A session.

Saturday, June 23 - 1:00pm

1:30pm - 3:30pm
NIH’s Public Access Policy and the Library: Use, Development, and Ramifications Program Hilton Anaheim
California B
Description :

This panel will explore the diverse roles of librarians in supporting the NIH Public Access Policy. Participants will recap the NIHPA policy, PubMedCentral submissions, and bibliographic management tools developed to help identify articles requiring PMC submission. They will also discuss the benefits of this dramatic increase in PMC?s freely available health science articles to researchers and libraries since 2008, alongside counter attempts by opponents hoping to derail the NIH Public Access Policy.

1:30pm - 3:30pm
The Current Status of Academic Librarians: The Best of Times or the Worst of Times? Program Hilton Anaheim
Avila
Description :

Given the current fiscal environment, how do we, as academic librarians, maintain or improve our status in order to position ourselves for the future? Is this really the "best of times" where we can redefine our profession and seize the opportunity to reevaluate and retool our responsibilities and workflow or is it the "worst of times" where we experience continued economic uncertainty, the effects of workload creep, and a barrage of new initiatives facing us?

Saturday, June 23 - 2:00pm

2:30pm - 4:00pm
Assessment Discussion Group (ACRL) Discussion/Interest group, Forum/Update Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel
Pacific Ballroom A

Saturday, June 23 - 4:00pm

4:00pm - 5:30pm
ACRL / SPARC Forum Forum/Update Disneyland Hotel
Disneyland Grand Ballroom South
Description :

Through its standing Scholarly Communications Committee, ACRL sponsors a regular forum at both midwinter and annual conference to broaden the base of librarians who are knowledgeable about and engaged in scholarly communication issues. The highly popular forum series is co-sponsored by the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC). The topic and speakers are chosen 60-90 days before the conference based on issues that are most relevant at that time.

A sustainable, Open Access scholarly communication system requires robust, stable sources of funding. One key source of such funding are campus-based Open Access funds – pools of money provided academic institutions specifically earmarked to help authors offset the cost of journal publication. These funds have sprung up on campuses large and small, in colleges and universities across the U.S., Canada, and increasingly, worldwide. How are these funds created? Where are they located and who administers them? Where does the money come from? Are authors using these funds? Where can my institution turn for information on creating such a fund?

This forum will explore all of these questions and more, as a panel of experts delve into the latest developments in creating, implementing and sustaining this crucial resource.

Presenters include:

  • Chuck Eckman, Librarian and Dean of Library Services at Simon Fraser University
  • Sue Kriegsman , Program Manager for the Office for Scholarly Communication at Harvard University Library
  • Andrew Waller, Librarian at University of Calgary

These panelists will share their experiences in establishing and running some of the most visible and longest-running Open Access Campus Funds in existences, and discuss what’s working, what need fine tuning, and what they see pending as new developments on the horizon for these crucial resources.

Sunday, June 24 - 10:00am

10:30am - 12:00pm
Diving in and Learning to Swim as a New Distance Education Librarian Program Anaheim Convention Center
207C
Description :

Online and distance learning offerings are growing rapidly and more libraries find themselves shifting from in-person to online methods for connecting with students and faculty. This panel includes four librarians who dove head first into the role of coordinating library services for distance and online users. Panelists will discuss ideas for implementing successful services, imperative skills every good distance librarian needs, strategic planning advice, and more. Audience interaction will be encouraged.

10:30am - 12:00pm
Forum on ACRL's Value of Academic Libraries Initiative Forum/Update Disneyland Hotel
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 2
10:30am - 12:00pm
Research Forum (ACRL) Forum/Update Disneyland Hotel
Magic Kingdom Ballroom 1
Description :

- “Comparison of Supporting Activities on Student Learning and Long-Term Retention of Concepts,” by Krisellen Maloney & Michelle Millet, both of University of Texas at San Antonio.
- “Ethnographic Research and Participatory Design at the University of Maryland Libraries: Pioneering Partnerships Beyond Library Walls,” by Cinthya Ippoliti, Tanner Wray, and Jane Williams, all of the University of Maryland College Park Libraries.
- “Promotion and Tenure Outreach: An Emerging Faculty-Librarian Partnership,” Brenna Helmstutler, Georgia State University

10:30am - 12:00pm
Ya' at' eeh! Serving American Indian Students Program Anaheim Convention Center
213C
Description :

Five percent of Northern Arizona University’s student population is American Indian, often first generation, from several tribal communities within the United States and Canada. In support of a university-wide goal, the library engages in instructional support and services to help meet the needs of American Indian students. Learning about American Indian cultures and incorporating that knowledge into library instruction and services has created more effective ways of working with students. Co-sponsored by the American Indian Library Association (AILA).

Sunday, June 24 - 1:00pm

1:30pm - 3:30pm
Data Curation as a Form of Collaborative Research Program Hilton Anaheim
Capistrano
Description :

Data curation involves managing digital research data to facilitate access, dissemination, and preservation of information content and context. Librarians can engage with academic researchers in organizing, describing, and preserving research data from beginning to end of a project. This program examines data curation research opportunities for librarians, including the skills and knowledge needed for effective data curation; collaborative relationships between librarians and academic researchers; and approaches to data curation within the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.

Sunday, June 24 - 4:00pm

4:00pm - 5:30pm
Campus Copyright Initiatives: Roles and Opportunities for Libraries Program Anaheim Convention Center
205A
Description :

This program considers the Library's role in campus copyright education and copyright management support, advocacy and leadership. Presentations will focus on two different Library-based copyright services which operate without a university sanctioned copyright office staffed by an attorney. The policies, practices, service philosophies, training issues, benefits and challenges involved in each model will be discussed and compared. Program format will include overview presentations from each campus followed by a facilitated question and answer session.

4:00pm - 5:30pm
Selecting and Analyzing Visual Images for Use in Media Literacy Training Discussion/Interest group Disneyland Hotel
Columbia
Description :

Participants will discuss any issues with accessing and selecting images to support media literacy education. The discussion will also consider the evaluation and analysis of visual images through the use of prepared kits and guides.