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Let Our Powers Combine: Engage. Partner. Inspire. – Fall 2016 IOLUG Conference

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Let Our Powers Combine: Engage. Partner. Inspire

Friday, October 21, 2016

Indiana Wesleyan University North Campus

3777 Priority Way, Indianapolis, IN  46240


Cost is $40 for members, and $65 for non-members.


Program at a Glance

9:00am – Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:30am – Welcome and Business Meeting

10:05am – KEYNOTE #1 –  Willie Miller, IUPUI University Library

Willie Miller has made a career out of bending the normal rules in efforts to improve library services, strengthen user relations, and support student success. Library Journal calls him a guerilla. In this session, a guerilla librarian shares his thoughts on assessment, systems thinking, and how moments of friction can help libraries to engage, partner, and inspire.

11:05am – Breakout sessions

  • Building Partnerships that Demonstrate the Library’s Value | Lisa Jarrell, Ball State University Libraries
  • Addressing the Legal Information Needs of Immigrants | Kathy Ladell, Northern Illinois Institute

11:50pm – Lunch & Networking

12:30pm – KEYNOTE #2 – Beth Boatright, IPFW University Library

1:30pm – Breakout Sessions

  • A matter of balance: Learning analytics, the academic library, and ethical quandaries | Kyle Jones, IUPUI
  • Supporting Dementia caregivers through embedded librarianship, technology, and relationship building | JJ Pionke, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2:25pm – Breakout Sessions

  • Equality through Transparency: Collaboration between Academic Libraries and Faculty to Improve Student Success in a Diverse Population| Maya Hobscheid, Nevada State College
  • Digital Collections Panel
    • Bringing Special Collections to Life: Open-Source Tools for Digital Exhibit Creation | Andrew Welp, Butler University
    • Building Institute and Library Value through Digital Collections | Bernadette Ewen & Ryan Weir, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

3:10pm – Door Prizes!

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