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Farewell

So we bid farewell to the 2018 Charleston Conference. It was excellent, with many current topics in the information industry being discussed. I have enjoyed bringing you reports of various sessions, but with over 200 of them, there are lots more that I could not...

Closing Session and Poll-A-Palooza

For the closing session, Erin Gallagher, Director of Collection Services, Reed College Library, returned to conduct the 5th “Poll-a-Palooza”.  (According to the Urban Dictionary, a Palooza is “an all-out crazy party, partying at one place with a ton of people like...

Innovation Lightning Round 1

This session was one of two Innovation Lightning Sessions (unfortunately they were scheduled concurrently). It featured six presentations on new ways to solve problems or new technologies in libraries. David Brennan (Co-Interim Director and Head, Technical Services...

The Friday Keynote: The Long Arm Of the Law

This was the 9th running of The Long Arm of the Law session that was moderated by Ann Okerson, Senior Advisor, Center for Research Libraries. Participants were Bill Hannay, Partner, Schiff Hardin; and Kenneth Crews, Partner, Gipson Hoffman & Pancione. (The title...

Charleston Premiers: New and Noteworthy

Trey Gordon, Chair, Acquisitions Department, University of Florida moderated this session as he has done at several previous conferences. It featured the following eight presenters showcasing their new and innovative products: Open Access Wayfinder: Federated access...

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