ACRL Programs at the 2009 ALA Annual Conference
July 9-15 2009, Chicago, Illinois
Advocacy in Today's Environment
AAMES - African, Asian, and Middle Eastern Studies Librarians in Academic Libraries: Challenges, Expectations, and Rewards
AFAS - Black Studies and Information Technology
ANSS - Chicago's Ethnic Mosaic: Cultural Identity and Neighborhood Change
Arts - More Than Paper: The Small Press and the Artist's Book
CJCLS - FYE: Connecting First-Year College Students with the Library
CLS - Our Town, Common Ground: Academic Libraries' Collaboration with Public Libraries
DLS - Retaining Distance Students from Diverse Groups in Higher Education: How Can Libraries Help?
EBSS - Librarian/Scholar: From Research Question to Results
Ethics Committee - Building "Balanced" Collections
Immersion Program Committee - Bringing the Immersion Program Back Home
Intellectual Freedom Committee - Academic and Intellectual Freedom Climate on Campus: Are Our Freedoms Secure in the Next Generation?
International Relations Committee - Academic Librarians and International Librarianship
IS - Illuminating New Instruction Research: Applying Research to Practice
LES - Open Access Digital Initiatives in the Humanities: Creation, Dissemination, Preservation
LPSS - Political Engagement: Facilitating Greater Participation in Civil Society
RBMS - Documenting Tragedy: Special Collections on the Front Line and on the Front Page
Research Committee - Designing Effective Research Surveys
STS - Big Science, Little Science, E-Science: The Science Librarian's Role in the Conversation
ULS - Millennials in Graduate School: How Do We Support Them?
WESS - Situating Area-Studies Librarianship in a Globalised World: New Directions, New Collections
WSS - Gaming, Film, and Ephemera: Women’s Studies and Academic Collections