ACRL @ 2010 ALA Annual Conference

ACRL Programs at the 2010 ALA Annual Conference
June 24-29, 2010, Washington, D.C.



AAMES - Teaching AAME Resources by Using Primary Source Materials from Special Collections: An Innovative Approach to Library Instruction

AFAS - Digitization: Preserving and Open Access to African-American Collections

ANSS - Standing up and Sitting In: Libraries and Social Change

Arts - How We Memorialize: The Art and Politics of Public Memorialization

CJCLS - Yours, Mine and Ours: Moving Students through the Information Literacy Ladder from High School through Community College to the College/University Level

CLS - Librarians Just Need to Have Fun: Utilizing Fun and Humor in the Library Workplace to Enhance Employee Performance

Copyright Committee - Why WIPO? Why International Copyright Matters

DLS - The Open Access Debate: A Conversation

EBSS - News Literacy and Preservation: Finding, Using, and Losing the News

Ethics Committee - Last Fair Deal Gone Down: Ethical Considerations in Library Vendor Relations

International Relations Committee - Technology and Academic Libraries in Developing Nations

IS - Question, Find, Evaluate, Apply: Translating Evidence-Based Practice to Information Literacy Instruction

LPSS - Participatory Democracy in an Internet Age

Marketing Academic and Research Libraries Committee - Pecha Kucha Presentations of Marketing Ideas that Worked in Academic Libraries

RBMS - To Catch a Thief: Cataloging and the Security of Special Collections

Research Committee - It Takes Two: Co-Writing Across Disciplines

SEES - Area Studies Librarianship, Globalization and Interdisciplinary Studies in Today’s and Tomorrow’s Academic and Research Libraries

STS - Federal Friends: Creating Greater Access to and Support for Science and Technology Information

ULS - Demonstrating Excellence in Higher Education: What Universities are Doing, What Libraries are Doing

WESS/ LES - Contemporary European Fiction in Translation

WSS - Finding the Best Film for the Classroom: Feminist Pedagogy, Visual Literacy and Representation