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GSLIS Spring Symposium

I’m tickled to be working with Dr. Debra Mitts-Smith on the GSLIS Spring Symposium. This event is open to the public and will be held in Crown 340 at Dominican University on wednesday April 18, 2007. Students were askes to propose presentations based on appers and projects from their coursework. I am excited to hear these talks. Please join us if you are on campus!

Schedule of Presentations

3:30-3;45 – Brian Oliver “Going Digital: Creating Open Source Digital Libraries

3:45-4:00 – Monica Wolf “Divorce Resources”

4:00-4:15 – Kelly Quinn “Distributed Classification:  Playing Tag with the Catalog”

4:15-4:30 – Andy Leinbach “What Are Graphic Novels, and Why Do They Belong in Public Libraries?”

4:30-4:45 – Amy De Forrest, Jamie Kallio & Becky McCormack “Bus Ride: Poetry in Motion”

4:45-5:00 – Carol Hartmann “Mapping the Path of Least resistance: A Systematic Method for De-selection Applied to Collection Management”

5:00-5:15 – Tracie Amirante “The Secret Lives of Toys: Great Books for 3rd Graders.”

Related posts:

For GSLIS New Student Orientation
Using Google Reader this Semester
Innovation in Libraries: Marshall Shore Guest Lecture at LIS701

This entry was posted on Saturday, April 14th, 2007 at 10:08 am and is filled under: Dominican University GSLIS