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VREPS x ArLiSNAP 2019 Fall Virtual Conference: Accessing the Arts: Trends, Innovations, and Challenges for the Information Professional

VREPS (Visual Resources Emerging Professionals and Students) and ArLiSNAP (Art Library Students and New ARLIS Professionals) are pleased to announce our 2019 Fall Virtual Conference: Accessing the Arts: Trends, Innovations, and Challenges for the Information Professional. The conference will take place on Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 1-3pm CST. 

To register for this free event, visit
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/7699807761594124043 .  

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Conference Summary:
As information professionals, we are charged not only with stewarding our collections, but with fostering meaningful connections for our constituents. As such, providing access in physical and virtual spaces as diverse as our collections and our roles within them.

Our webinar will include three presentations which will be followed by a time for Q&A between our presenters and conference attendees. Our presenters will be:

  • Anna Boutin-Cooper and E Marcovitz, Franklin & Marshall College
    One Summer, Two People, & a Zine Backlog: a How-To for New Catalogers
  • Jackie Fleming, Indiana University
    Education Before Access: Why Every Art Librarian Should Have Basic Knowledge of Copyright Law and Legal Issues Related to Their Collections
  • Will Fenton and Ann McShane, The Library Company of Philadelphia
    Redrawing History: Innovation through Artistic Reinterpretation

Hilary Wang and Lauren Haperstock, ArLiSNAP Conference Planning Liaisons and Masters of Library and Information Science students at Pratt Institute and University of Arizona respectively, will moderate the discussion

Registration will close two hours before the start of the webinar. For assistance, please contact webinars@arlisna.org.


 
 

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