2018 Annual Conference Update

Planning for the 2018 Conference “Take Action!: Conveying Value, Cultivating Success” is well underway.  The conference will be held at Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center again for 2018. Members of the planning committee include:

Don Appleby — University of Akron
Maureen Barry — Wright State University
Jennifer Bazeley — Miami University
Laura Birkenhauer — Miami University
Michelle Brasseur — Miami University
Erin Fleak — The Ohio State University
Carrie Girton — Miami University
Peggy Rector — Denison University
Eric Resnis — Miami University
Ryan Scott — Columbus State Community College
Bethany Spieth — Ohio Northern University

Pre-conference — November 1, 2018

We will feature a full-day pre-conference for 2018.  ALAO is happy to bring the ACRL roadshow “Assessment in Action: Demonstrating and Communicating Library Contributions to Student Learning and Success” to Columbus.  ALAO is providing a subsidy to help keep registration costs affordable for the roadshow. More information is available at: http://www.ala.org/acrl/conferences/roadshows/aiaroadshow

Conference — November 2, 2018

I am pleased to announce that Megan Oakleaf from Syracuse University’s iSchool  will be the keynote for the 2018 conference. Megan is an Ohio native and written extensively regarding library impact, library value, and evidence-based decision making. More information about her work is available at meganoakleaf.info.

-Eric Resnis, Miami University, Vice President, President-Elect

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