The CMCIG 2011 workshop will take place:
When? Friday, May 20, 2011
Where? Wright State University, Dayton, OH
Information will be posted on the ALAO IG workshop page and we will keep you posted as more information becomes available.
- President's report
- ACRL Scholarly Communication Workshop
- Interest Groups Spring Workshops
- ALAO Annual Conference Call for Proposals
- ALAO Grant Opportunities
Note that registration for the Distance Learning Interest Group's (DLIG) spring workshop, INOV8: Revitalizing Distance Learning, scheduled for Friday, May 13th, is now open.
For more information on the DLIG workshop, visit their events page or view the brochure (PDF).
"This year’s workshop will focus on ways to revitalize your approach to distance learning by featuring freely available technologies, successful strategies for connecting to our students and faculty, and tips for librarianship in learning management systems."
*Post originated on Library Cloud: 3/16/11
ALAO Annual Conference 2011
Call for Proposals
ALAO *37th Annual Conference*
November 3rd and 4th, 2011
Hilton Toledo Hotel, Toledo, OH
The ALAO Conference Planning Committee invites you to submit proposals for presentations, 25-minute spotlight sessions, or poster sessions that bring new ideas or approaches useful for academic libraries. This year’s conference theme, “ Constant Change, Constant Opportunity,” looks at the challenges facing academic libraries as budgetary, institutional, occupational, and technological changes cause us to reflect and adapt how we provide services to our users and communities.
Presentations may take the form of contributed papers, demonstrations, workshops, research, or panel discussions. Spotlight sessions can be “lightning round” style programs, multimedia slides, or other presentation techniques that cover a subject or issue that can be dealt with in a 25-minute time frame. Poster sessions should embrace the conference theme and present original ideas, innovative solutions to problems, library-related projects, or creative approaches to dealing with change in today’s academic libraries.
This year we have available both a Support Staff Presenter Grant and a Student Presenter Grant. Further details on both grants are available at the URLs above. For more information regarding the Call for Proposals for presentations, spotlight sessions, or poster sessions, contact the Conference Planning Committee members listed below:
Katie Gibson – Presentations and Spotlight Sessions
Email: gibsonke at muohio.edu
Masha Misco – Poster Sessions
Email: stepanm at muohio.edu
For more details, proposal forms , and presentation grant forms, please check the conference website: http://www.alaoweb.org/events.
We look forward to receiving your proposals for the 2011 ALAO Annual Conference!