ALCTS is pleased to present the following Midwinter events.
NOTE: A Midwinter Meeting registration is NOT required to register for an ALCTS Symposium.
ALCTS Midwinter Symposium
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Creating a New Future for Library Collections
Friday, January 20, 2017 | 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m. | event code ALC1
Equity, diversity and inclusion are ideals librarians espouse. Whether in acquisitions, access, management or preservation, library collections are evolving to support these ideals. Furthering discussions on metadata, open access, and preserving diverse voices in collections are critical as libraries face challenges in a changing society. This symposium explores work underway and what the future brings. Add to Scheduler | MORE
The ALCTS Midwinter Symposium is generously sponsored by OCLC.
ALCTSfest: A MidConference Gathering
Saturday 6–8 p.m., Omni Hotel at CNN Center, International Ballroom D
Help ALCTS kick off its 60th Anniversary year! Good friends, good food, your favorite libation. The annual ALCTSFest (uh-lex fest) is that mid-conference break you need to catch up with your colleagues for lively conversation and a good time. Cash bar is provided.
ALCTSfest is generously sponsored by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO.
Creating the Future, Preserving the Past: Celebrate ALCTS at 60!
Monday 10:30–11:30 a.m., Georgia World Congress Center, A302
Join current and past ALCTS leaders as they reflect on the value and achievements that ALCTS has brought to members and libraries in its 60 years! Learn about the new initiatives that are underway that will build and expand on ALCTS’ rich tradition. After the formal remarks, be prepared to share your own experiences and memories in what many members consider their “home” division. Add to Scheduler
Carolina Delgado, ANMIG Co-Chair 2016-2017
Lead Metadata Specialist, Cataloging Products & Services, OCLC
Vicki Sipe, ALCTS President 2016-2017
Catalog and Metadata Librarian, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Jennifer A. Younger, ALCTS President 1993-1994
Executive Director, Catholic Research Resources Alliance and Edward H. Arnold Director of Hesburgh Libraries Emerita, University of Notre Dame
The ALCTS Forum is generously sponsored by SAGE Publishing.
2017 ALCTS Trivia Contest
It is game time with ALCTS! Get into the spirit of ALA Midwinter 2017 and test your ALCTS knowledge with the ALCTS Trivia Contest! MORE
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