Category Archives: ACRL 2011
Relive your ACRL 2011 experience, or see what you missed, in these videos that were shown at the conclusion on the conference in Philadelphia. And make sure to mark your calendar for ACRL 2013, to be held April 10-13, 2013, in Indianapolis!
Closing Montage (Shown at Closing Keynote Session):
Faces of ACRL 2011 (Shown at All-Conference Reception):
Still on a high from the recent ACRL 2011 conference in Philadelphia? Join us for a wrap-up webcast at 1:00 p.m. CDT on Wednesday, April 20.
Presenters Steven Bell (Associate University Librarian for Research and Instructional Services at Temple University’s Paley Library), Melissa Gold (Science Librarian at Millersville University), Jennifer Huck (MLIS Candidate, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison), and Anali Perry (Collections and Scholarly Communications Librarian, Arizona State University Libraries) will look back at ACRL 2011 to highlight trends and observations from the conference. Ample time will be provided for Q&A, so bring your favorite ACRL 2011 impressions and thoughts to share with your colleagues.
ACRL 2011 attendees should check their e-mail for webcast access instructions.
Congratulations to the following people who won the various contests at ACRL 2011 in Philadelphia.
ACRL 2013 Registration Drawing @ ACRL Booth
Cynthia Snyder, Rollins College
First Time Attendee “Bingo” Game (iPad)
Marge Kappanadze, Elmira College
ACRLove “Best Tweet” Contest (ACRL 2013 Registration)
Micquel Little, St. John Fisher College, for her tweet…
“The people, the inspiration, the support… ACRL is falling in love with your job… all over again! #acrlove”
Battle Decks (iPad)
Nancy Sims, University of Minnesota
Poster Sessions Best in Show ($50 Amazon Gift Cards )
“Feed Your Brains!: Teaching Information Literacy To An Alternate Reality” – Margeaux Johnson, Amy Buhler, Chris Hilman, and Matthew Daley (University of Florida)
“Building Buzz without Big Bucks” – Laura Hibbler, Mike Zweller, and Robert Scheier (College of the Holy Cross)
“Using Cloud Technology and Visual Storytelling to Develop and Engaging Orientation Session” – Kara Young, Micki Harrington, and Jennifer Ditkoff (Keane State College)
“Use of ‘Context’ Videos in Teaching and Learning about Information Topics” – Kim Duckett and Hyun-Duck Chung (North Carolina State University)
“Navigating the Library Through Good Design: Creating Effective Signage to Reflect the Collection and Engage the User” – Nancy Fawley (University of Alabama)
Check out this slide show of images from ACRL 2011 in Philadelphia and relive the conference. Or visit Flickr to view all the tagged pics. Keep adding your pics and tagging acrl2011 to share with your fellow conference goers!
Can’t make it Philly for ACRL 2011? Or want to keep up even more while you are at conference? Check out the handy Twitter feeds for the general conference and Cyber Zed Shed and keep up with all the action! And make sure to tag your tweets with #acrl2011 (or the session hashtags found in your program book) and join the conversation.