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Spring and Summer 2016 Updates

Apologies for falling off the face of the earth. Half way through the semester I started an 8-week course in the History of 20th-Century Photography that was worth an entire semester of work. 966 more words

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Conference Experiences: Vaughan Hennen

It is hard to comprehend how much I have learned in the past months about music librarianship and art librarianship.  From March 2-5 2016, I attended the Music Librarian Association conference in Cincinnati, Ohio and from the 8th to the 12th I attended the joint ARLIS/VRA conference in Seattle, Washington. 1,032 more words

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Conference Experiences: Kendra Werst

I attended the New Member’s reception where I was able to connect with several Art Librarian and Visual Resource professionals, some of which I had only known by name. 328 more words

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Conference Experiences: Andrew Wang

Not having the time to attend ARLIS/NA last year, I was determined to attend the 2016 ARLIS/NA + VRA Joint Conference in Seattle. Although I originally wanted to moderate a session on comics, I was more than happy to present my user study at the Graphic Novels Special Interest Group (of which I am currently a co-moderator) and my zine collection project at the Poster Presentations. 423 more words

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My 1st ARLIS NA Conference: Seattle, Washington. March 8-12.

So although this isn’t strictly social media related, I attended my first (and hopefully not last!)  ARLIS NA conference last week.  595 more words

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RISS Panel on ACRL Framework accepted for ARLIS 2016

We are excited to announce that the panel entitled “Reshaping Library Instruction within Art & Design Education: Experimenting and implementing the Info Lit Framework” was accepted for the 2016 ARLIS conference. 277 more words

ARLIS/NA Annual Conference