ATG Conferences, Meetings, and Webinars 2/14/18

Professional Growth & Development Opportunities

  • Acquisitions Institute at Timberline Lodge;
  • ALCTS Webinars;
  • OCLC;
  • CILIP; the Library and Information Association;
  • LACUNY Institute.

Saturday May 19 – Tuesday May 22, 2018; Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood, Oregon

REGISTRATION IS OPEN

We’re so excited to share our 2018 Program with you! We had what we think is a record number of proposals this year and from them have chosen a program we hope will both educate and inspire you. From a panel discussion between librarians and publishers on diversity, inclusion and equity in scholarly publishing and acquisitions, to the triumphs and tribulations of leading workplace culture change, to deciphering and visualizing data, there’s a little something for everyone. Check out the program page for much more!


Topic Date Presented by
Cutter Numbers and Shelflisting for LC Classification February 21 Bobby Bothmann
VIVO and the Role of Librarians, Part 1 February 28 Violeta Ilik
From MARC to BIBFRAME: Linked Data on the Ground – Enhanced March 7 to May 2 Judith Cannan, Paul Frank, Kirk Hess, Sally McCallum, Joyce Bell, Nancy Lorimer, Amber Billey, Melanie Wacker, Magda el-Sherbini, Marc McGee
Library of Congress BIBFRAME Pilot: Phase Two March 7 Judith Cannan, Paul Frank, Kirk Hess, and Sally McCallum
VIVO and the Role of Librarians, Part 2 March 14 Violeta Ilik
Linked Data and Annotations, What We Stand to Gain March 21 Joyce Bell
Performed Music & BIBFRAME: Enriching the Ontology March 28 Nancy Lorimer

Reminder: If you are interested in becoming an instructor for the ALCTS Fundamentals Web Courses, please complete the online instructor application by February 23, 2018.

https://alctsprogram.wufoo.com/forms/pttvgeb1kow32f/ 

Please visit the ALCTS Fundamentals Web Course web page for additional information about the current courses offered.


Date: Wednesday, February 28 at 2:00 pm, ET

Join this free, virtual event to get the latest news from OCLC, including updates on products and services, new research, governance, and membership activities.


Programme and Registration

In this three hour practical training session participants will explore:

  • What type of personal data are you likely to encounter and on what grounds can you legally process it?
  • How can you comply with GDPR within your broader policy responsibilities?
  • How can you use your library systems to store, rectify and delete personal data?
  • In what ways can you keep personal data safe and what happens if there is a breach?
  • What is the role of the Data Protection Officer and do you need one?…

Programme and Registration

This large conference will bring together an unrivalled speaker panel, exploring copyright from the perspective of a number of sectors.

By attending this event you can expect to be:

  • Informed about the current legislative, licensing and publishing related landscape, and the latest copyright research and how these might impact your day-to-day work.
  • Updated about pertinent copyright issues in a ‘quick fire’ 5 minute lightning talks sessions.
  • Engaged by a lively expert speakers’ panel, who will be debating key issues and responding to audience questions and comments.
  • Exposed to issues raised by other participants and provided with opportunities throughout the day to network.

Call for Proposals

Please submit proposals by February 16, 2018

The LACUNY Institute is an annual, one-day conference open to LIS professionals, students, and the general public. It is organized by the Library Association of the City University of New York (LACUNY), and although geared to academic librarians, it strives to have broad relevance to the profession.

In a time of a polarized political climate, economic uncertainty, and social inequity, how can libraries actively support themselves and their communities? How can we advocate for ourselves and for communities we serve? What is our role in upholding democratic values of intellectual freedom, free speech, and free expression? How can we resist fascism, misinformation, and censorship? How can libraries foster inclusivity and empower the disenfranchised?

We invite proposals addressing this year’s conference theme, Librarianship in Challenging Times: Advocating for Intellectual Freedom, Democracy, and Equity…

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