Schedule At A Glance

Grow, Evolve, Lead

Friday, October 12, 2018

Wake Downtown

  • Registration and Light Breakfast, Wake Downtown, Lobby
   Welcome and Opening Keynote
  •  Opening Remarks and Welcome
  • Patrick Sweeney, Political Director for everylibrary  whose mission is to secure funding for libraries at the ballot box. Location: Auditorium
   Concurrent Session 1
  • Beyond “Users:” Cultivating Community In and Around Libraries. Tomlin. Location: Room 1615. (Outreach/Collaboration, Profession(al) Development)
  • Client/Provider Relationship: Library as Client & Art Students as Provider. Rinalducci. Location: Room 1616 (Academic, Outreach/Collaboration, Spaces)
  • Writers’ Camp @ ZSR: Encouraging the Entrepreneurial Spirit in Young Writers. Womack. Location: Room 1617. (Academic, Public, Outreach/Collaboration)
  • Designing Better Partnerships for Student Success. Woodbury/Ruelle. Location: Room 4903. (Academic,  Outreach/Collaboration, Spaces)
   Concurrent Session 2
  • An Entrepreneurial Approach to Helping Entrepreneurs. Johnson/Ettefagh/Raynor. Location: Room 1615. (Public, Outreach/Collaboration, Spaces)
  • Cultivating Connections: Growing Internationalization in Your University. Sharp/Hristov/Sexton. Location: Room 1616. (Academic, Outreach/Collaboration)
  • Entrepreneurial Librarians and the Knowledge Economy: A look at Entrepreneurial Relationship Development (ERD) Perspective. Rittenberger/Ajiboye, Room 1617.  (Profession(al) Development, Outreach/Collaboration, Research)
  • Reaching Campus and Community with Entrepreneurship Research Workshops. Kuhlmann/Butts.  Capturing Gray Literature for the Institutional Repository. Richardson/RennerLocation: Room 4903. (Two brief sessions) (AcademicOutreach/collaborationProfession(al) Development)
  • Timothy Owens, Assistant Librarian of the State of North Carolina. Location: Auditorium
   Concurrent Session 3
  • Grow, Evolve, Lead! Seed Libraries for Social and Environmental Change. Dean. Location: Room 1615. (Outreach/Collaboration, Resources/Collections)
  • A Library’s Deep Dive into the Residential Campus: Creating a Library Living Learning Community. Rudd/Ruelle. Location: Room 1616. (Academic, Outreach/Collaboration)
  • Librarians as Project Managers and the Internal Service of Library Project Management. Miksch. Location: Room 1617. (Academic, Profession(al) Development)
  • The ROI of ROI Outreach. Harris-Houk /Murphy. Growing and Evolving Education: Librarians Developing and Implementing Community Health Literacy Workshops. HarlowRoom 4903. (Two brief sessions)  (Academic, Public, Outreach/Collaboration, Resources/Collections)
   Concurrent Session 4
  • Retiring in 2055: Evolution and Education a Long Library CareerFaulkner. Location: Room 1615. (Profession(al) Development)
  • Enterprising Liaisons: Evolving Engagement. Natale. Location: Room 1616. (Academic, Outreach/Collaboration)
  • “The Future is Already Here”: Intern Training for Next-Generation Academic Librarians. Dale/Murphy. Location: Room 1617.  (Academic, Profession[al]
  • Content Liberation!: How Increasing the Institutional Repository Content Turned into Faculty Outreach Services. Solomon/Kati.  How to Never Underestimate Librarians as New Commercialization Partners. Dooley/Tudor. Location: Room 4903. (Two brief sessions) (Academic, Outreach/Collaboration, Resources/Collections)
3:55 – 4:00
  • Recap of the day. Location: Auditorium
  • Optional Tour.  Wake Downtown