CARL Conference 2014: Leadership in Action
THEME: Leadership in Action
A supervisor who offers opportunities for librarians to spread their wings. The Library Director who can make the difficult decision and then gracefully guide her library through changes. The new librarian fresh out of school who fearlessly brings innovation to his first job. The Reference Librarian who provides guidance to her colleagues. A library faculty who drives the information literacy requirement in an Academic Senate committee.
Leadership exists in many ways and in many places in our libraries. How can we continue to encourage, cultivate, and celebrate it? And ultimately, what does it mean to you, your institution, and librarianship?
Session Proposals: submission information
Proposals for Research into Practice, Discussion, and IG Showcase sessions are no longer being accepted. Thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal.
All presenters must register and pay for the conference. All presenters, regardless of session type, will be asked to submit a paper and/or summary of their session to the proceedings.
If you have any questions, please contact the conference planning co-chairs:
Leadership in Action: Leading, Learning, and Reflecting on a Career in Academic LibrariesDean of University Libraries UNLV Libraries, University of Nevada, Las VegasPatricia Iannuzzi
An intentional conversation: Electronic resources and your library patronsSerials & Electronic Resources Librarian William H. Hannon Library, Loyola Marymount UniversityMarie Kennedy
You're the dean? An inside view of an early career librarian turned administratorInterim Assistant Dean, Library Services Pasadena City CollegePearl Ly