2013 Annual Conference

Monday, May 13

The Cut of your Jib: Embracing Culture in Our Libraries

“Progress is a Tide. If we stand still we will surely be drowned. To stay on the crest, we have to keep moving” – Harold Mayfield

Venue:
Suncor Energy Fluvarium on 5 Nagle’s Place, St. John’s.

The theme of this year’s conference, Embracing Culture in our Libraries, will showcase the unique cultural character in our libraries’ collections, public services, research, and daily activities, and consider the idea of progress in relation to our province’s culture, traditions, and individuality.

CALL FOR PHOTOS! We are requesting photos of your collections, libraries, displays, and anything that embodies the idea of progress or culture in your library. Please include the following information: the library name and an explanation of how this year’s theme is captured. Photos can be forwarded to the Chair of the programming committee, Amanda Tiller. Print photos can also be mailed to the NLLA. Deadline for submission: May 1, 2013

PROGRAM:

8:00-8:45 am              Registration

8:45-9:00 am              Opening Remarks, Erin Alcock, NLLA President

9:00-9:45 am              Keynote Speaker: Dale Jarvis

9:45-10:10 am            Unique ‘Discovery Tools’: The Evolution of Bibliography in the Centre for Newfoundland Studies, Colleen Field, Centre for Newfoundland Studies, QEII Library, MUN

10:10-10:35 am         A Star Turn: Copyright Infringement in Newfoundland, Richard Ellis, Honorary Research Librarian, MUN

10:35-10:50 am         BREAK

10:50-11:50 am         Annual Meeting

11:50 am-12:45 pm   LUNCH

12:45-1:10 pm           The Mason Map of Newfoundland, or “The Upside Down Map of Newfoundland” – “It’s not really upside down, is it?”  Dan Duda, Map Librarian, QEII Library, MUN

1:10-1:35 pm            Cultural Programs in the Public Libraries, Jewel Cousens and Susan Prior, St. John’s Public Libraries

1:35-2:00 pm           In Your Face: The Power of Small-Time & Low-Tech,
Morgan Murray, Public Policy Intern, Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development, MUN

2:00-2:15 pm            BREAK

2:15-2:40 pm            Photographs as Visual Notebooks and Research Tools,
Bojan Furst, MA candidate at the Department of Geography; Knowledge Mobilization Manager, Harris Centre

2:40-3:10 pm            Dancing Documents: Preserving the Performing Arts,
Colleen Quigley, Manuscripts Librarian (Performing Arts Collection), QEII Library, MUN

3:10-3:25 pm            BREAK

3:25-3:55 pm           Reflective Peer Mentoring: Professional Development through Participant-Driven Learning Communities, Janet Goosney, Information Literacy Coordinator, and and Becky Smith, Music Librarian, MUN

3:55-4:20 pm          Library Communities: Building Culture through User Engagement, Beth Maddigan, Education Librarian, MUN

4:20-4:30 pm         Closing Remarks

6:30 pm                    Evening Social, Yellowbelly Brewery, 288 Water Street

For more information, please contact Conference Planning Committee Chair, Kathryn Rose.

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