ACRL @ 2013 ALA Annual Conference

ACRL Programs at the 2013 ALA Annual Conference
June 27-July 2, 2013, Chicago, Illinois

 

President’s Program (joint program with LLAMA)

Standing on Marbles: Ensuring Steady Leadership in Unsteady Times

Programs

ANSS - Studying Ourselves: Libraries and the User Experience

Arts - Transformations in Performing Arts Librarianship

CLS - Value Enhanced: Reimagining a Philosophy of Excellence

DLS - Is It Worth It? Accessing Online Instruction

EBSS - Crossing the K-20 Continuum: Are Librarians Bridging Information Literacy and 21st-Century Skills?

Health Sciences Interest Group and STS – There’s An App for That: The Use of Mobile Devices, Apps and Resources for Health and Sci-Tech Librarians and Their Users

Image Resources Interest Group and Individual Proposal - Success Stories and Challenges:  How Librarians are Employing Fair Use with Their Code

Immersion Program Committee - Bringing the Immersion Program Back Home

Intellectual Freedom Committee - Why Does Intellectual Freedom Matter to Academic Libraries?

Intellectual Freedom Committee - Print Principles in a Digital World: Intellectual Freedom in the 21st- Century Academic Library

Individual Proposal - Lessons for the Librarian: 10 Tips for Teaching the One-Shot Instruction Session

Individual Proposal - How to Teach and Assess Discipline-Specific Information Literacy

Individual Proposal - Pre-service Teachers: Creating a Curriculum Materials Library/School Library Loop

IS - All the News That’s Fit to Teach: News Literacy Instruction

LES/ SEES/ WESS - Literary Texts and the Library in the Digital Age: New Collaborations for European and American Studies

LPSS - Preparing, Sharing, and Archiving: What Scholars in Political Science and Law Need to Know and How Librarians Can Help Them

RBMS - History on Fire! How Libraries Mitigate Loss of the Cultural Record Due to Disaster or Destruction

ULS - Busting Out of the Cubicle: Your Creative Self at Work

WGSS - Out of the Library and into the Community: Academic Librarians and Community Engagement