Midwinter conference proposals are due December 12, 2016 for the February conference. See the previous post for more details: http://sunyla.org/2016/11/09/call-for-proposals-sunyla-midwinter-online-conference/.
The website for the 2017 Annual Conference is up! Check it out here: https://sunyla2017.wordpress.com/
The November 2016 newsletter is available.
The next SUNYLA Council meeting will be Friday, November 18, 2016 at 10 a.m. at SUNY Albany.
If you will be attending in-person, please visit this registration link:
If you will be attending virtually, please use this Zoom link:
The meeting will be held in the Special Collections Conference Room in the Science Library. Visitor parking is located on SUNY Collins Circle – parking costs $5.00 and can be paid at the meter when you reach the lot.
Note: There will be light refreshments in the morning, and lunch will be at a restaurant.
Call for Proposals
SUNYLA Midwinter Online Conference
Library Hacks: Reuse, Repurpose, and Remix
February 10, 2017
Librarians are some of the most creative people around, making things happen in times of shrinking budgets, limited staff, and constant deadlines. We’re also experts at sharing ideas and modifying them to work better at our locations. The SUNYLA Midwinter Online Conference planning committee is seeking proposals describing your favorite tech and non-tech ideas, and how you’re using them in your library. Do you have great ideas about how to reuse code/widgets/APIs in your library webpages? Have you repurposed space in your library in order to better meet the needs of your users? Do you have best practice tips for remixing your PR for multiple social media outlets? Have you hacked instruction ideas for improved success in the classroom? Share your experience with your colleagues at the SUNYLA Midwinter Virtual Conference on February 10, 2017.
Presentations should be 15-20 minutes in length, in a format that best suits your topic. Presentations should include a demonstration of your library hack, what you’ve learned that other librarians should know, and any positive/negative feedback that you’ve received.
Technology requirements: Computer, internet connection, microphone/speakers (headset recommended) or telephone, quiet space for presenting, webcam optional
Accepting proposals until Monday, December 12, 2016. Submit your proposal here:
Teaching & Technology Unconference is happening October 17th at Brockport. Registration is $25 per person and includes a breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snack, plus coffee. Our keynote speaker is Jenica Rogers, who will talk about Applied and Engaged Learning.
Propose a session: http://www.tricider.com/brainstorming/3S1iqYhf1XR
The Council meetings for the 2016-2017 year are as follows:
- Friday, September 23: SUNY Geneseo
- Friday, November 18: SUNY Albany
- Friday, January 27: SUNY FIT
- Friday, March 10: SUNY Stony Brook
- Wednesday, June 14: SUNY Stony Brook
Details will follow as meetings approach.