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ACRL-OR/WA Joint Fall Conferences

Each October, the Oregon and Washington ACRL chapters meet jointly for a two-day conference and membership meeting, either in Oregon at the Menucha Retreat and Conference Center on the Columbia Gorge or at the Pack Forest Conference Center, on the grounds of the University of Washington’s experimental forest on Mt. Rainier.

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Recent programs have addressed libraries’ roles in multimedia development, the political and social ramifications of the Internet, total quality management in libraries, developing user-centered services, teaching critical thinking skills, and diversity.

This annual meeting provides an opportunity for members from both states to assemble and discuss mutual concerns and share ideas in a casual rustic setting. The food is great, the scenery is beautiful, but the upper bunks seem higher each year!


ACRL-OR/WA Joint Fall Conferences:

Menucha 2016:  “Enhancing Creativity and Turning Inspiration Into Reality,” October 27-28, 2016

Pack Forest 2015:  “Forging Partnerships, Opening Doors,” October 22-23, 2015

Menucha 2014: “Professional Identity and Technology: Looking Forward,” October 23-24, 2014

Pack Forest 2013:  “Taking Care: Ourselves, Our Users, Our Collections,” October 25-26, 2013

Menucha 2012:  “Libraries Out Loud: New Narratives of Enduring Values,” October 25-26, 2012

Pack Forest 2011:  “Live long and prosper: Sustainable solutions for today’s academic libraries,” October 27-28, 2011

Menucha 2010:  “If we knew today what we’ll know tomorrow: Futures thinking for academic libraries,” October 28-29, 2010

Pack Forest 2009:  “Great Expectations: A conversation with colleagues about change, innovation, and collaboration in Academe,” October 29-30, 2009

Menucha 2008:  “The Once and Future Catalog,” October 23-24, 2008

Pack Forest 2007:  “The Visible Librarian: Establish Your Presence on Campus,” October 25-26, 2007

Menucha 2006:  “Resistance Is Futile: Academia Meets the NeXt Generation,” October 26-27, 2006

Pack Forest 2005:  “Academic Librarians Unplugged: The Realities of Academic Librarianship,” October 27-28, 2005

Menucha 2004:  “(R)EVOLUTION! Scholarly Communication at a X roads,” October 28-29, 2004

Pack Forest 2003:  “Changing needs, changing roles: redefining and promoting the academic library,” October 23-24, 2003

Menucha 2002:  “The Postmodern Library: Whose Place Is It?,” October 24-25, 2002

Pack Forest 2001:  “The Digital Challenge: Creating the 21st Century Academic Library,” October 25-26, 2001

Menucha 2000:  “Consortial Cooperation – Key to the Future,” October 26-27, 2000

Pack Forest 1999:  “Assessing Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going: Academic Librarianship at the Turn of the Century,” October 28-29, 1999

Menucha 1998: “Librarians for the New Millennium,” October 22-23, 1998

Pack Forest 1997:  “Tightening our Belts while Broadening Our Appeal”

Menucha 1996:  “Multimedia in Academia and Libraries: The New Challenge”

Menucha 1984:  “Connecting Academic Libraries with the Future”

Pack Forest 1983:  “Online Publishing and the Library”

Menucha 1982:  “Developing and Managing Collections in the 1980s”

Seabeck Conference Center 1981:  “On-line Catalogs”

Menucha 1980:  “Resource Sharing: New Perspectives”

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