Due to low registration numbers, the ACRL-OR board decided to cancel our in-person meeting in Menucha.
However, we still want to offer everyone a chance to come together and share some of the amazing work that’s being done across our state. In place of the in-person conference, we will be offering two free virtual meetings, an online lightning talk and poster session from 10-11 am on October 28 and a social and skill sharing session from 4-6 pm on November 18.
Register for the October 28 session by clicking this link. More information to come about the November 18 social.
Lightning Talks and Poster topics include the following:
“Making the Most of your MLIS Intern” lightning talk presented by Amy Stanforth
“Having Fun with Wicked Problems: The Use of Digital Escape Rooms to Explore Complex Challenges” lightning talk presented by Erika Bailey
“400 First-Year Students. Five Librarians. Three Classrooms. 50 Minutes. One Day!” lightning talk presented by Eli Gandour-Rood
“More Than Just a Place to Study: Creating a Popular Fiction Collection in an Academic Library” poster presented by Julie Babka
“Academic Libraries and Health Literacy Outreach: Inter-Departmental Collaborations to Promote Community Health” poster presented by Candise Branum
“Library Intentions: Connection through Exploring Shared Values” poster presented by Sara DeWaaay
“How Students Use TikTok to Search for Information and What It Means For Your Teaching” lightning talk presented by Elizabeth Brookbank