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NOTE: Voting closed on April 1st, for real. Watch the 2014 Annual Conference website for an announcement of the sessions that were selected!

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Voting for the Ignite program proposals is now open through March 31st. We'll notify authors of the selected proposals and announce them here in early April.

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by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 03:43 pm

NOTE: Voting closed on April 1st, for real. Watch the 2014 Annual Conference website for an announcement of the sessions that were selected!

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Voting for the Ignite program proposals is now open through March 31st. We'll notify authors of the selected proposals and announce them here in early April.

NOTE: Voting closed on April 1st, for real. Watch the 2014 Annual Conference website for an announcement of the sessions that were selected!

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Voting for the Ignite program proposals is now open through March 31st. We'll notify authors of the selected proposals and announce them here in early April.

---> In addition to browsing the list below, you can also sort the proposals by title or date and see which proposals have gotten the most votes so far.

Your votes will count for 30% of the total, while ALA staff votes will also count for 30%. The ALA Conference Committee will weigh in with 40% of the votes.

Learn about all of the exciting things happening at the 2014 ALA Annual Conference and register today!

You can view the 2014 Annual Conversation Starter proposals.

 

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Suggestion All Books Are Not Create Equal

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Mon, Mar 10, 2014 at 09:32 am
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Description: While considering changes in both publishing and library science, specifically in terms of new technology, librarians of Recycled Reads, Austin Public Library's bookstore, propose attention must be paid to the entire lifecycle of books and media. The presenter will demonstrate that all books are not created equal. For example, information that changes often such as medical and technology guides should be published digitally first.

Suggestion Stand Up and Shout

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 02:37 pm
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Description: The presenters will showcase what is needed to thrive as a young leader taking the helm of a field that is changing direction. We pose an “embrace it” approach to programmatically shifting the work from “divide” to “all-in”. We discuss our views of growing up in tough economic times (always behind the 8 ball) in shaping our expectations for working with little, and how to turn a little into a lot.

Presenter: Zachary Newell

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  • All

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Suggestion Play, Baby, Play!

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 10:59 am
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Description: What can you do with your youngest patrons? Explore early literacy in this IGNITE session! Real life examples of early literacy spaces and programs will be presented.

Presenters: Brooke Rasche & Kendra Jones

Types of libraries:

  • Public

Subjects:

  • Youth Services

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Suggestion Fonts in Space: Engaging Document Design

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 02:28 pm
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Presenter: Kate Hinnant

Types of libraries:

  • Academic
  • School / Media Center
  • Public

Subjects:

  • Instruction
  • Marketing

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Suggestion Connect and Create @ your library

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 02:38 pm
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Description: We love art! We love books! Come to a discussion with the Library as Incubator Project, Jessica Pigza, author of BiblioCraft, and 2013 Mover and Shaker Rebecca Zarazan Dunn,  about book inspired art programs for your library. We will look at examples, such as Pages to Projects, the Book to Art Club, and Handmade Crafternoons that take stories, concepts, images, and inspiration out of the pages of books and turn them into hands-on maker and creative projects.

Presenter: Holly Storck-Post

Suggestion Soon to be Famous Illinois Author Needs to Cross State Lines

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 02:37 pm
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Description: Do you want to demonstrate the power of libraries while supporting emerging authors?  The Soon to be Famous Illinois Author project will ignite that energy.

Presenter: Denise Raleigh

Types of libraries:

  • All
  • Public

Subjects:

  • Ebooks
  • Public Relations
  • Marketing
  • Literacy
  • Emerging Technologies

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Suggestion Finding Consumer Health Materials for Minority Populations, the ACA and More

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 02:36 pm
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Description: The HHS Office of Minority Health (OMH) aims to improve the health of racial and ethnic minority populations with programs that eliminate health disparities. The OMH Office of Minority Health Resource Center‘s online library catalog includes over 700 multilingual, consumer-level health information documents. It also provides a collection of low literacy materials related to healthcare reform and the Affordable Care Act (also known as the ACA or ObamaCare).

Suggestion Online Post-Its; Library collaboration and assessment using Padlet

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 02:36 pm
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Description: Wake Tech Community College has been using an online tool called Padlet as collaboration and assessment tool for information literacy.

Description: Wake Tech Community College has been using an online tool called Padlet as collaboration and assessment tool for information literacy.

Using this simple online tool, embedded in our Libguides, faculty and librarians can assess student research knowledge and article selection. Students find an article and post on the course’s Padlet. Librarians and faculty can then use the tool to assess how students understand the concepts taught. Faculty can create group exercises where students results can be used to create final reports. Our faculty love Padlet and you will too.

Presenter: Julia Mielish

Types of libraries:

  • Academic
  • Student
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Elementary School
  • Community College

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  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Technology
  • Instruction
  • Information Literacy
  • Distance Learning

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Suggestion The new ipage® for Academic Libraries

by Alee Navarro (staff) on Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 02:36 pm
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Description: In a time of budget constraints and fiscal accountability, many libraries are under pressure to find creative and relevant strategies for acquiring and enhancing content for the diverse communities they serve.  In this Ignite Session, Noah Sanders, Senior Manager of Marketing for Ingram will demonstrate Ingram's new ipage®/OASIS® full-service library solutions platform for academic libraries. Noah will highlight innovations and changes that have been made, and future enhancements to come.

Presenter: Lisa Horak

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Voting for the Ignite program proposals is now open through March 31st. We'll notify authors of the selected proposals and announce them here in early April.

---> In addition to browsing the list below, you can also sort the proposals by title or date.

Your votes will count for 30% of the total, while ALA staff votes will also count for 30%. The ALA Conference Committee will weigh in with 40% of the votes.

Learn about all of the exciting things happening at the 2014 ALA Annual Conference and register today!

You can view the 2014 Annual Conversation Starter proposals.

 

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