2018 Schedule, Slides & Handouts


Online Conference Schedule

Conference slides and handouts are organized alphabetically by title. Authors, session category (academic, public, general, special), and any tags (e.g., technical services) are listed as well.

Activism vs. Intellectual Freedom: What Would You Do?
Mariah Manley, Patrick Hoecherl
Tags: Civil Engagement, Intellectual Freedom, Ethics, Professional/Staff Development, Social Change
Activism vs. Intellectual Freedom Slides

Building Creative Communities: How Small and Rural Libraries Can Contribute to Economic Development and Civic Pride Across Utah
Juan Lee, Kerri Nakamura, Natalie Petersen, Roger Roper
Tags: Spaces & Places, Programming/Services

Crafting a Fair use Policy for Your Library
Allyson, Mower, Elizabeth Miles, Shawn Steidinger, Rebekah Cummings, Rita Christensen, Liz Solis, Chelsea Howells, Anna Zanarini, Becky Thoms, Rick Anderson
General, Pre-conference
Tags: Facilitation, Human Resources, Training, Administration, Management, Leadership, Copyright, Intellectual Property
Crafting a Fair Use Policy_Slides1_CopyrightBasics
Crafting a Fair Use Policy_Slides2_WorkingSession
Crafting a Fair Use Policy for Your Library

Hot Type: Utah Digital Newspapers
Jeremy Myntti, Tina Kirkham
Tags: Digitization, Genealogy & Local History, Partnerships & Collaboration
Hot Type Slides

Jerry-Rigging Your Way to a Better Digitization Workflow
Andrea Page
Tags: Digitization, Special Collections/Archives, Genealogy & Local History
Jerry-Rigging Presentation Slides

Leveling Up Library Support for a Game Studies Program
Talli Casucci, Anne Morrow, Roger Altizer, Greg Hatch, Christy Jarvis, Nancy Lombardo
Tags: Games & Gaming, Instruction, Collection Development

Level Up with Health Resources in Utah
Jenny Johnson
Tags: Adult Services, Information Literacy, Partnerships & Collaboration
Level Up with Health Resources_ULA2018_Slides

Literacy Skills with Preschool Dance Party
Sharon Robinson, Scott Bahlmann
Tags: Serving Youth, Programming/Services
Literacy Skills with Preschool Dance Party Slides

Not Just Another LibGuide: Applying UX Design to Take Research Guides to the Next Level
Chloe Barnett, Susannah Woodbury
Tags: Serving Youth, Programming/Services, Marketing, Teaching & Learning, Community Surveys, Information Literacy, Digitization, Genealogy & Local History, Partnerships & Collaboration, Readers’ Advisory, Games & Gaming, Instruction, Collection Development, Technology & Tools

Patron Service & Personal Safety: Getting the Best of Both Worlds
Miranda Kispert, Heather Downing, Tessie Zarogoza, Leslie Simpson, Barry Gomberg
Tags: Personnel & Staffing, Professional/Staff Development, Leadership, Assessment, Virtual Communities & Libraries, Adult Services, Programming/Services, Technology & Tools, Training, User Experience (UX), Teaching & Learning, Special Collections/Archives, Genealogy & Local History
Patron Service & Personal Safety – Kispert and Downing Slides

“Quiero ayudar.  Hablo un poquito.” – An Incentivized Staff Spanish Program
Carla Gordon, Joella Peterson
Tags: Diversity, Access Services, Training, Professional/Staff Development
Quiero Audar_ULA 2018 Presentation Slides

Taking Advantage of Your Friends (of the Library) or How to Extend Library Hours Without a Budget
Phil Roché, Doug Wayman, Amber Beach
Tags: Advocacy, Marketing, Management
Taking Advantage.. Or How to Extend Library Hours_Slides

Thinking About the Future: Trends, Signals, and Values for the Library of the Future
Miguel Figueroa
General, Keynote
Tags: Social Change, Administration

Virtual Reference Power Boost: Conducting a Chat Transcript Analysis at Utah State University
Rachel Wishkoski, Teagan Eastman, Katie Strand, McKenzie Hyde
Academic, Split Session
Tags: Adult Services, Assessment, Training, User Experience (UX), Technology & Tools
ULA Slides_Virtual Reference Power Boost

The World is Your Oyster: How Librarians Can Facilitate Curriculum Innovation and Student Engagement Through OER and Open Pedagogy
Rosie Liljenquist, Anne Diekema
Tags: Professional/Staff Development, Teaching & Learning
ULA 2018 OER and Open Pedagogy Slides

www.What?: First-Year Students’ Internet Source Evaluation Habits
Elise Silva, Jessica Green, Cole Walker
Academic, Split Session
Tags: Teaching & Learning, Community Surveys, Assessment
ULA Source Evaluation Study Presentation Slides