Atlanta, Georgia | April 26-30 | Sheraton Midtown
Convocation & Other Events
- Session 1: Backpack to Briefcase: Life after Library School
- Session 2: Communication & Collaboration: Working with Faculty for Information Fluency
- Session 3: Content Creators and their Colleagues: Facilitating Access to Digital Content in Libraries & Museums
- Session 4: Art Libraries: New & Improved
Session 5: Expanding Horizons: Developing & Collecting Diverse Collections
- Terri Boccia: "Collection Development in a Global Context: Documenting the Contemporary Art of Asia, Latin America, and Africa"
- Session 6: Architecture of the Old South: Low Country, Back Country & the Vernacular
- Session 7: Picturing Place: Perspectives on Photography in the South
- Session 8: Going Outside, Coming in from the Cold: Outsourcing, Moonlighting, and Consulting
- Session 9: Ten Years After: A Decade of Copyright Developments
- Session 10: Power to the People: Social Tagging & Controlled Vocabularies
- Session 13: Fine & Folk: Traditional Decorative Arts of Georgia & the Southern States
- Session 15: Ask ARLIS/NA Discussion Session: Hot Topics for Librarians in the Arts
Session 16: The Evolving Data Standards Landscape: Leading the Way to Integrated Access
- Murtha Baca: "Developing a Data Format Standard Informed by CCO: The CDWA Lite XML Schema, and Thoughts on Cross-cultural Standards & Shareable Metadata"
- Maria Oldal: "Where the Rubber Hits the Road Cataloging Cultural Objects in Libraries"
- Günter Waibel: "Metadata for All: Sharing across Cultural Heritage Communities"
- Margaret Webster: "Implementing VRA Core 4.0 in Metadata Workflows"
- Session 17: Not What You Imagined? Challenges, Choices, & Realities for the Art Librarian
Session 18: New Voices in the Profession 2: Papers on Arts & Visual Resources Librarianship
- Claire Dannenbaum: "Seeing the Big Picture: the Integration of Visual Resources for Art Libraries"
- Claudia Dold and James Ascher: "Unlocking the Stories of Serendipitous Cultural Object Collections with Digital Libraries"
- Tang Li: "Developing a Shape and Composition CBIR Thesaurus for the Traditional Chinese Landscape"
- Bryan Loar: "New Forms of Communication: Harnessing Collective Knowledge through Web Logs"
- Session 19: Inside the Club: Tales from the Birth of Abstract Expressionism
- Session 20: Atlanta & the Architecture of 20th Century Design
- Click & Clack: Integrating Clickers into your Library Instruction Program
- New Directions--Exhibit/Gallery Space in the Library
- Report of the ARLIS/NA Mentoring Pilot Program
- The Future of the Past: Electronic Resources for the Study of Ancient Arts & Cultures
- The Three "Rs"--Reference, Research, & Resources at the Smithsonian American Art Museum
- Core Competencies for Art Information Professionals: Revisions, Applications & Future Directions
- The Bienes Museum of the Modern Book: A New Direction for Broward County Library's Rare Book Room
- The Museum Library as Crossroads: How your Library Can Partner With the Museum's Education Department to Connect with K-12 Educators
- ARLIS/NA Mentoring Program: A Workshop for Mentors & Mentees
They Never Covered This in Library School: African Art
- Ross Day & Erica Hauser:
- Janet Stanley:
- Eileen Fry: Item Level Access to African Images: Problems and Sources
- Nedda Ahmed: Reference & Instruction for African Visual Culture
- Tom Caswell: Reference & Instruction Services for African Art History
- Getty Vocabularies: Training for Contributors
- Postcards from the Edge: Reference & Instruction for Theatre Studies
- Cataloging Advisory
- Distinguished Service Award
- International Relations
- Professinal Development
- Public Policy