The Southeast Chapter of ARLIS/NA is accepting proposals for presentations at the 2016 annual chapter conference, which will be held in Sarasota, Florida from November 16-18.
Since the time of Ponce de Leon, Sarasota has inspired exploration. Join us, along with our hosts at The Ringling, as we explore the emerald green Center for Asian Art at the Ringling Museum of Art, the mid-century modern architecture of the Sarasota School, and the bespoke design of the Alfred R. Goldstein Library at the Ringling College of Art and Design. Inspire your colleagues with a presentation, then let the natural beauty of Sarasota’s sunsets, the city’s stylish architectural treasures, and the aesthetic delights of The Ringling inspire you!
Presentations are 20 minutes in length, followed by question-and-answer sessions. Presentations may include, but are not limited to, the following topics and themes:
- Assessment Plans, Performance Funding Metrics, Altmetrics
- Archives, Special Collections, Open Educational Resources, Collection Development
- Digital Scholarship
- Digital Humanities, Born-Digital Resources, Metadata, Scholarly Communication, Institutional Repositories, Asset Management
- Information Literacy, ACRL Frameworks, Curriculum Development, Embedded Librarianship, Instructional Technology, Professional Development
- Marketing, Promotion, Institutional Partnerships, Subject Liaisons, Programming
- Makerspaces, Renovations, New Construction, Learning Labs
Submissions are due to email@example.com by Friday, September 16, 2016.
We look forward to reading your proposals, and to seeing you at the conference!
2016 Program Planning Committee
- Kim Windham, Chair
- Elisa Hansen, co-Chair
- Katy Parker
- Leah Sherman
- Janet Thomas
- Jennifer Friedman
- Kristina Keogh
- Britt Boler