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Saturday, May 3 • 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Poster Session

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Take advantage of a 2-hour Poster Session to learn from and interact with presenters covering an array of topics relevant to art librarianship.


Pins, Smores, and Doodles: 15 Creative Ways to use 5 Social Sharing Tools - Lauren Puzier, Reference and Cataloging Librarian, Sotheby's Institute of Art, and Abigail Stambach, College Archivist and Coordinator of Reference Services, The Sage Colleges

Art a la Cart - Stephanie Frontz, Art Librarian and Head, Art/Music Library, University of Rochester

Why Documenting Political Street Art is Important to the Historical Record - Carmen Cowick, Graduate Student, CUNY Queens College

Art Unbound: A Cross-Departmental Collaboration to Develop Policies and Procedures for the Self-Submission of Born-Digital MFA Art Theses in the Carolina Digital Repository - Heather Gendron, Head of the Sloane Art Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Everyone's a Winner When We Offer Good Customer Service! Motivating Student Employees with Games - Amy Trendler, Architecture Librarian, Ball State University

Reflecting on Craft Horizons: Managing and Marketing a Magazine Digitization Project - Jessica Shaykett, Librarian, American Craft Council

E-reader Clinics for Faculty and Staff - Tina Chan, Reference and Instruction Librarian, Andrea Ross, Reference and Instruction Librarian, Emily Thompson, Learning Technologies Librarian, State University of New York at Oswego

Graphics Atlas: A Photograph and Print Identification Resource for Libraries, Archives, Museums, Educators, Conservators and the General Public - Sona Pastel-Daneshgar, Graduate Student and Photographic Research Intern, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Image Permanence Institute

Teaching with Artists' Books: An Interdisciplinary Approach for the Liberal Arts - Louise Kulp, Visual Resources Librarian and Curator of Artists' Books Collection, Franklin & Marshall College

#findthosepagodas: lessons learned - Adeane Bregman, Head, Bapst Library, Boston College

Leveraging the Semantic Web: An Exploration of Linked Data - Dan Moore, Recent Graduate, Independent

Digitizing Ephemera: A Case Study for Research, Strategy, and Implementation of a Digitization Plan for the National Gallery of Art Library’s Vertical Files - Kai Alexis Smith, Adjunct Reference Librarian, CUNY Graduate Center

Slipping the Bonds of Earthly Metadata Schemas: Cataloging the Regis University Santo Collection - Tom Riedel, Distance Services Librarian & Curator, Santo Collection, and Alison Verplaetse, Digital Collections Librarian, Regis University

Gender and Sexuality in the Fine Arts: A Bibliography in Progress - Anna-Sophia Zingarelli-Sweet, MLIS Candidate, University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences

Mapping the Boston Built Environment: History Pin in the Classroom - Christine Cavalier, Visual Resources Manager, and Victoria Solan, Visiting Lecturer, Tufts University

Art Library as Alternative Gallery - Tiffany Saulter, Graduate Student, Indiana University, Department of Library Science

Fostering Collaboration: The Minnesota Digital Library and the Digital Public Library of America [One Year Out] - Greta Bahnemann, Metadata Coordinator, Minnesota Digital Library, University of Minnesota

The Librarian as Parent and Caregiver: An Exploration - Rebecca K. Friedman, Assistant Librarian, Marquand Library of Art, Princeton University

Seen Obscene: Sexually Explicit Materials in the Library - Jaye Fishel, Library Work Study, The Banff Centre

Visual Browsing: Graphic Interpretation of Library of Congress Classification - Greg Hatch, Head of Fine Arts and Architecture, J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah

Yours, Mine and Ours: Coordinating Collection Development and Access in the Ivies+ Art and Architecture Libraries - Amanda Bowen, Head of Collections, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University; Sandra Brooke, Librarian, Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University; Martha Walker, Architecture Librarian and Coordinator of Collections, Fine Arts Library, Cornell University

Transformative Material Investigations: Partnering with Students and Faculty to Design a Library Exhibition Space - Kasia Leousis, Architecture and Art Librarian, and Robert Spruill, Assistant Professor of Architecture, Auburn University

Tactile Texts: Transforming Artist Books to the Online Environment - Jenna Rinalducci, Art & Visual Technology Liaison Librarian, George Mason University, Tricia Mackenzie, Cataloging & Metadata Librarian, George Mason University, Jen Stevens, Humanities Liaison Librarian, George Mason University

Staying Alive! - Nicole Lovenjak, Graduate Student, Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario and Daniel Payne, Head, Instructional Services, OCAD University

Introduction to the New Database of Répertoire International d'Iconographie Musicale (RIdIM) - Jarod Ogier, Associate Editor, Répertoire International d'Iconographie Musicale (RIdIM), Ohio State University

The Rights and Reproductions Handbook for Cultural Institutions - Anne M. Young, Manager of Rights and Reproductions, Indianapolis Museum of Art

Surprise! Pop-Up Libraries Where You Least Expect Them - Jennifer Friedman, Instruction + Research Services Librarian, Ringling College of Art + Design and Sarah Carter, Director of the Bridwell Art Library, University of Louisville

Alt-Text Accommodations for the Art Student - Gabrielle Reed, Head of Access Services, Massachusetts College of Art & Design

Fork Ahead: Roadmap of the Migration Adventure at Vanderbilt University - Chris Strasbaugh, Director of Visual Resources, Vanderbilt University

Empowering Research with LibGuides: QR Code Bookmarks for Class Pages and Subject Guides
– Rebecca Barham, Art Reference Librarian, University of North Texas

Saturday May 3, 2014 2:30pm - 4:30pm EDT
Independence Foyer Grand Hyatt 1000 H Street NW, Washington DC 20001

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