2014: 42nd Annual Conference

Washington, DC | May 1-5 | Grand Hyatt Washington

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Proceedings

Sessions

Capitol Projects: Three Washington Image Collections Go Digital
Collaborative Projects in Open Access: Enhancing Discoverability of Your Collections via the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA)
Fair Use/Fair Game: Intellectual Property and the Visual Arts
Meet the Policy Experts
Collecting Outside the Mainstream: Alternative Avenues for Library Collections
Pro Amore Liborum: Rare Book Special Collections Librarianship
Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Art Historians
Trade Catalogs: Opportunities and Challenges
Photographic Collections as Artifacts: Materiality, Digitization, and Access
Politics, Power, and Preservation
Preserving Canadian Cultural Heritage
Social Media "Think Tank"
A Culture of Collaboration: The Future of Art Bibliography Initiative 5th Annual Update
Designing an Information Literacy MOOC for Art Students
The Politics of Change: Digital Humanities
Creative Engagement for Advocacy: Innovative Partnerships between Artists and Librarians
Picturing Dissent: Documentation of Labor Movements' Actions from the Late 19th Century to the Present
Retooling Art Reference and Information Services: Collaborative Tools, Strategies, and Models
All Power to the People: Collecting and Preserving the Art of Social Movements
Hidden in Plain Sight: Facilitating Discovery in Material Culture Resource Collections
Preserving Civic Heritage
Professional Trajectories: Career Paths and Leadership Training
Collaborating to Achieve
New Voices in the Profession
Of, By, For the Artist: The Library as Venue for Student Creativity
The Politics of Digitization: Populist Projects and the Loss of Information
The Politics of Diversity in the Art Library Profession
Activist Access and Outreach in Book Arts
Empowerment by Design: Academic Libraries as Laboratories for Innovation
Emerging Technology Forum

 

Poster Sessions


 

Workshops

Bookings: Making Makerspaces for Artists' Books
We're Here to Help: An Introduction to the NEH Funding Opportunities for Digital Projects
World War II Provenance Research: Methods and Resources