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PROGRAM REGISTRATION Keynote: Lisa McGrath - The Internet Librarian: ~ VENDOR BREAK 10:30 - 10:45 ~ Maximizing the Benefits of Social Media While 8:00 - 8:30 Registration Minimizing Risk, Room 106 SESSION TWO 10:45 - 11:45 8:30 - 8:45 Welcome & Opening Remarks Libraries are increasingly using Web 2.0 and social Name No Fees Required: Opening Access to 8:45 - 9:15 Keynote: Lisa McGrath media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, 9:30 - 11:45 Sessions One & Two Foursquare, Instant Messaging Services, and University Content - Michelle Armstrong 11:45 -1:30 Lunch | Vendors Blogs, to enhance patron services and attract new and Julia Stringfellow, Room 201 Library users. This keynote will cover how libraries can Increasing access to university collections is a 1:30 - 3:45 Sessions Three & Four maximize the benefits of these online tools while great benefit for all library communities. This 3:45 - 4:15 Closing remarks session will look at how access to university Street Address minimizing the risks through best practices.Please mark the programs you plan to attend so records, both born digital and originally inpresenters may prepare a sufficient number of paper, is improved by providing them in an SESSION ONE 9:30 - 10:30 open, digital format. Benefits for differenthandouts. City, State & Zip Code Phone Number SMS Reference Service: A New Point of Need types of libraries and patrons will beSESSION ONE—9:30 to 10:30 for Libraries - Margie Ruppel and highlighted. Features of digital asset SMS Reference Service: A New Point of Need for E-mail Amy Vecchione, Room 201 management systems used at Boise State Libraries REGISTRATION FEE: (circle one) Boise State University’s text reference service is will also be discussed. Terrific Teens: How to Build Community in a $27 ILA Member (Lunch included) growing in popularity among students. BSU High School Library librarians chose SMS software and started the Cooking Up a Batch of Books Teens Will $52 ILA Non-member (Lunch included) service during Summer 2010. Join BSU librarians Devour - Gregory Taylor, Room 106 Job searching panel Amy Vecchione and Margie Ruppel for this What’s the recipe that will get teens reading El Día Delicioso! AM PM $15 half day fee (members) session to learn what types of questions are and have them clamoring for more? Good AM PM $40 half day fee (non-members) asked through SMS, students’ opinions of the books, of course! I’ll book talk several of mySESSION TWO—10:45 to 11:45 service, as well as helpful guidelines for starting recent favorites, including the titles that kids No Fees Required: Opening Access to No Refunds your own text referencing service. are chewing through in our library. Get your University Content fork ready for this whirlwind smorgasbord! For ILA membership information: Cooking Up a Batch of Books Teens Will Devour Terrific Teens: How to Build Community in a http://www.idaholibraries.org/membership/ High School Library - Gena Marker, Room 105 Professional Networking Among Librarians: Gena and her LABbies will present on the Professional Networking Among Librarians: Unnatural Acts Please make checks payable & mail by Unnatural Acts - James Teliha, Room 105 February 1st, 2011 to: various events, activities and initiatives Networking and socializing in a professional “The great good place”: Developing your library as implemented this year at the Centennial High setting is a learned behavior. I will cover a a community destination Idaho Library Association School Library. number of strategies that I have used during Southwest Regional Conference (SWILA)SESSION THREE—1:30 to 2:30 Joy Lear, Registrar my career in libraries. Job searching panel - Kelsey Keyes, Room 106 Technology Assistance through Community c/o Star Branch Library This panel will discuss a variety of topics Involvement PO Box 397 “The great good place”: Developing your surrounding searching for a job as a librarian, library as a community destination If you Love Books, you’ll Love Shelfari Star, ID 83669 interviewing and planning a presentation, Kate Baker, Room 107 Personal Learning Network Questions? hiring and being on a search committee. Kate will facilitate a discussion about what third One Library’s Path to Serving New Americans Kate Baker El Día Delicioso! - Erica Compton, Room 107 places are and how they function, as well as the Reach out to your Spanish speaking families on importance of libraries as community centers.SESSION FOUR– 2:45 to 3:45 Committee Chair this special day celebrating children and books. A number of resources and steps toward Silverstone Branch Library Mobile Technologies: Trends and Tools (208) 884-2616 This session will provide you with recipes for creating third places will be reviewed and Bookclubs for Homeschooled Kids www.mld.org/silverstone.html cooking up inviting El Día activities. A collection discussed. Pursuing an MLIS Degree– First Steps! of the latest bilingual and Spanish children’s Lunch | Vendors http://bit.ly/SWILA11 books will also be served up for your enjoyment. Transforming Life After 50 Let’s have a fiesta! *Salsa not included. 11:45 -1:30
SESSION THREE 1:30 - 2:30 SESSION FOUR 2:45 - 3:45 IDAHO LIBRARY ASSOCIATION Mobile Technologies: Trends and Tools Southwest Regional ConferenceTechnology Assistance through CommunityInvolvement - Megan Egbert, Room 105 Memo Cordova, Room 201 http://bit.ly/SWILA11This is a discussion of one way to utilize the This presentation will explore mobile computingcommunity to conquer the digital divide. trends and applications. Bring your mobile phone and be ready to play, experiment, and augmentIf you Love Books, you’ll Love ShelfariGlynda Pflieger, Room 201 your professional, educational, and personal reality via a mobile computing system that The New Basics: Recipes forWant to jump into social networking but are just happens to have phone capabilities.a little bit afraid of veering off your library’smission? If so, then attend this hands-on training Bookclubs for Homeschooled Kidsin Shelfari, a social network for book lovers. You’lllearn how to create a bookshelf of all the books Kimbre Chapman and Jennifer Riebe, Room 105 Creating great bookclubs for homeschool kids. Library Communitiesyou’ve read and plan to read, add your own book Information on other specialized bookclubs willreviews, and more. We’ll also show you how to be included.create a widget to put on your website to shareyour recommended reads to parents, teens, and Pursuing an MLIS Degree – First Steps!readers everywhere. Shirley Biladeau, panel facilitator (with Lizzy Walker, Fiona May, Colleen Bonnell,Personal Learning Network Kristine Brumley, & Gena Marker), Room 106Shirley Biladeau, Room 107 Learn from those who have taken the plunge toWith all of the wonderful learning resources earn their MLIS. Several students who areavailable, how do you organize the tools that are currently working on their MLIS through Universityimportant to your professional and personal life? of North Texas will share their challenges andExplore the world of Personal Learning Networks successes in balancing school, work and personalto discover how it can bring order to some of the life.chaos in your life! Transforming Life After 50One Library’s Path to Serving New Americans Sue Walker and Erica Compton, Room 107 Southwest Regional Conference (SWILA)Elizabeth Prusha-Parlor, Room 106 17 Idaho library staff have been selected as FellowsThe path to serving New Americans, refugees and in the Transforming Life after 50 Western Regionalimmigrants, in our library began with the rude Fellowship. The presentation will provide anknowledge that we were not prepared. This overview of the program, introduce Idaho’sworkshop will share a brief history of how we built participating library staff, and begin the discussionour path and built community. It will share our on a statewide plan to collaboratively develop Idaho Library Associationstrategies for participation, and discuss our library services for Idaho’s citizens 50 and older. c/o Star Branch Libraryoutcomes. Included is a slide show featuring someof the programs we have provided through our Joy Lear, RegistrarWorlds Connect series, which highlights the 3:45 - 4:15, Room 106 Closing remarks Star, ID 83669countries of the various refugee and immigrant Evaluations PO Box 397communities that we serve. Door prizes ~ VENDOR BREAK 2:30 - 2:45 ~