Category Archive: Conferences

Jan 12 2017

Public Service Directors of Large Research Libraries Discussion Group for ALA MidWinter 2017

Join us is Atlanta at the ALA Midwinter Conference for adDiscussion of issues of common interest to the senior public service administrators of large research libraries, and a forum for the exchange of information on new developments, techniques and problems in administering public services. We’ll kick start our conversation at Midwinter with a discussion of …

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Jan 11 2017

Evidence Based Practices Discussion Group for ALA Midwinter 2017

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Join the ACRL ULS Evidence-Based Practices Discussion Group for an exciting session at the 2017 Midwinter Conference in Atlanta!  We’ll have two presentations with discussion and questions to follow. Best Practices for Student Advisory Boards. Presented by Ameet Doshi, Director of Service Experience and Program Design, The Georgia Institute of Technology. Ameet will discuss strategies …

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Jan 11 2017

Atlanta bound for ALA Midwinter? Attend the ULS MidWinter Social

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Meet up with old friends and make new ones at the ACRL University Libraries Section (ULS) Midwinter Social on Saturday, January 21, 2017 from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. It’s a party on the patio of the Hudson Grille Downtown with free appetizers and a cash bar! Join us for great conversations and the opportunity to …

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Jun 16 2016

Data and Privacy: Where to draw the line?

Sunday, June 26 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM OCCC W206B Join us on for a discussion of privacy issues and data collection in university libraries. We will have four topics of moderated discussion: The use of data in assessment, The use of data to add value, Location based services, and Privacy, legal issues and collaboration. …

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Jun 14 2016

Taking Our Seat at the Table: How Academic Librarians Can Help Shape the Future of Higher Education

Be inspired! Join ACRL’s University Libraries Section (ULS) panel discussion, Taking Our Seat at the Table: How Academic Librarians Can Help Shape the Future of Higher Education, and learn from four diverse academic leaders who positioned their campus libraries at the center of dialogues addressing issues facing higher education. Date: Sunday, June 26 Time: 1:00-2:30pm …

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