Professional Growth & Developmental Opportunities Sponsored by:
- UT – Knoxville;
- ACRL-Choice & ProQuest
- UKeiG (United Kingdom eInformation Group)
March 2-3, 2017- Knoxville, Tennessee
“From designing library instruction to renovating spaces to creating elegant discovery platforms, aesthetics and utility are at the core of the work we do in libraries and as librarians, archivists, and information specialists. How might we seek more beauty and usability in our exhibitions, projects, programming, services, collections, and instruction?
We invite you to present a perspective of your own on this theme by proposing highly interactive sessions that may consist of hands-on workshops, conversations, small group activities, or other innovative and takeaway-driven formats. We also welcome ideas for our IdeaLibrary (book, game, and inspiration library) & TinkerLab (mobile makerspace and demo area)…”
Tuesday, 8/16/2016; 2:00 PM-3:15 PM (CT)
Cost: RUSA members: $40; ALA members: $50; ALA student & retired members: $25; Non-members: $65; Group rate: $99 single login, $38/person multiple logins. (min. 2 people)
This webinar addresses some of the crucial factors that librarians should keep in mind when selecting and using eLearning authoring tools. This webinar will discuss not only the criteria that can be applied to the selection process, but also will present some instructional design components that should be considered at the same time.
- ALCTS Webinars
|August 17||Creating Effective Webinars||Maurice Coleman and Jill Hurst-Wahl|
|August 24||Survive, Thrive & Boost Your Research Productivity||Marie L. Radford, Ph.D.|
|September 7||Library of Congress Classification (LCC): Introduction||Bobby Bothmann|
|September 14||Publishers’ Hidden Content: How PIE-J Can Help||Steve C. Shadle and Regina Romano Reynolds|
|September 21||Library of Congress Classification (LCC): Intermediate||Bobby Bothmann|
|September 28||Using FAST for Faster Workflows and Discovery||Joelen Pastva and Allison Jai O’Dell|
Date/Time: Aug. 18, 2016 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm ET
Please join us for a 60 minute ACRL-Choice Webinar presented by ProQuest.
The increasing availability and acceptance of primary source video underscores the growing importance of content diversity in research. Join USC Shoah Foundation and ProQuest as we examine the impact video testimonies have in research and teaching. The Visual History Archive – used by nearly 500 university courses across 25 disciplines – expands access to 53,000 eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust and other genocides to academic libraries, bringing countless opportunities to enhance academics across an institution’s disciplines.
“Researcher to Reader Conference… is the successor event to the annual conferences formerly hosted by the Association of Subscription Agents & Intermediaries (ASA).
The Researcher to Reader Conference aims to be the premier forum for discussion of the international scholarly content supply chain – bringing knowledge from the Researcher to the Reader.
The conference continues to take place in London in February each year, starting in 2016, and with the support of the academic publishing community, it will continue to thrive in its new incarnation…”
Monday 5th September 2016 9.30-4.30 CILIP, London WC1E 7AE
An introduction to the role of librarians and information professionals in supporting Research Data Management (RDM).
Trainers: Andrew Cox and Eddy Verbaan, University of Sheffield iSchool
Cost: Members £180 + VAT Non-Members £220 + VAT
Wednesday 7th September 2016 9.30- 4.30 Euston House, London NW1 1AD
A hands-on workshop exploring alternative search tools and strategies to help information professionals enhance their search expertise.
Trainer: Karen Blakeman, RBA
Cost: Members £200 + VAT Non-Members £245 + VAT
Thursday 8th September 2016 9.30- 4.30 Euston House, London NW1 1AD
A hands-on workshop exploring how Google operates and how the ways it is changing impact your search results.
Trainer: Karen Blakeman RBA
Cost: Members £200 +VAT Non-Members £245 +VAT