Presentation Sessions SUBMIT
Presentation sessions are active learning opportunities that are practical and relevant to the changes and needs of academic libraries today. Session topics can address any aspect of academic libraries, including cataloging, administration at top and middle levels, library systems design, access services, government documents, information technology, Web development, acquisitions, serials, collection development, reference, and instruction. Entries will be evaluated on clarity and relevancy to the Brick and Click theme of meeting the needs of on-campus and online learners. View the Presentation Guidelines for more information.
Lightning Round SUBMIT
Have a great idea, procedure, service, but not enough content for an entire session? Consider being a presenter in a Lightning Round session. Each session includes four "lightning presentations" back to back. This doesn't mean that you have to talk faster, but that each speaker will talk for a maximum of 10 minutes, with time at the end for a few questions. We offer this opportunity for presenters who don't want to speak for an entire session, and for attendees who like sessions without a lot of background and details. View the Lightning Round Guidelines for more information.