We have our first entry for the NCCCLA summer photo challenge!
Through pictures, tell us where your district is without telling us. Use this as an opportunity to work with your district members to submit at least one photo from each county or college in your district. Be creative! Photo entries will be featured on the NCCCLA website and are due no later than July 16, 2021, for consideration.
A photo collage from each district will be posted by July 31st. You will have until August 6th to review the entries and submit your answers, which will be done via Google Form (coming soon!). The district having the most correct submissions will be rewarded…with lots of kudos and recognition for a job well done!
Send your representative photos (8 photo limit) to Angela Davis, NCCCLA Webmaster & District 2 Vice-Director at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: NCCCLA District Photo Challenge. Make sure that you include the district number where your photos were taken, who took the photo (if applicable), and that any borrowed photos are CC licensed and/or public domain.
The NCCCLA Summer Webinar series is back! Join colleagues from around the state as we explore LibGuides, Leadership, and a variety of other tools and issues pertaining to our libraries. Sessions will be held on June 10th, June 24th, July 8th, July 22nd, and August 5th at 2 PM. Check out our Events page for more info.
NCCCLA has approved the formation of an OER Task Force to provide more sustained conversation and collaboration around Open Educational Resources in North Carolina community colleges. This task force aims to promote the awareness and adoption of OER as well as serve as a community of practice for librarians wishing to expand their knowledge of and engagement with OER trends. The Task Force will explore potential projects, such as facilitating conversations and training across NCCCLA and OpenNCCC, developing an OER toolkit, offering educational opportunities, and/or exploring grant opportunities to foster the adoption of OER in NC community colleges.
We welcome your interest and look forward to your participation! We are hoping to begin meeting in late May or early June. If you’re interested in signing up, please fill out the interest form [Google Form].
Questions? Contact Julie Reed (email@example.com) and Garrison Libby (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Conference attendees can access session videos and materials via the secure conference website. Check your email for details on how to access the website. Session slides will continue to be added here as they are received.
Find it in the Archives: Archival Sources as Information Literacy [PDF Slides]
Garrison Libby and Erin Allsop
CCP Textbooks: A Pragmatic Plan for the Pandemic
Anita McRary, Zaria White, Brenda Lewis, Staci Wilson
Building a Digital Library Consortium [PDF Slides]
Alan Unsworth & Joel Ferdon
We Survived an Online Book Club (and so can you)! [PDF Files]
Michele Handy, Ali Norvell, Dane Secor
Look Inside LibGuides
Equity Matters in Community College Libraries: NCCCLA Equity Subcommittee Takes the Challenge [PDF Slides]
Brittany Champion & Colleen Kehoe-Robinson
Decolonizing NC Community College Libraries by Identifying Recruitment and Retention Practices [PDF Slides] –
Brittany Champion, Retha Hall, and Gerald Holmes
Copyright During a Pandemic (and other fun times!)
Cheryl Ann Coyle
Filling the OER Gap: Conversations and Collaborations [PDF Slides]
Julie Reed & Garrison Libby
Cheryl Ann Coyle
Session materials should be sent to Angela Davis
The members of NCCCLA would like to express our sincere appreciation to our conference sponsors for their continued support of North Carolina’s community college libraries.
EBSCO is covering the cost of our webinar hosting service for the duration of the conference!
You should know . . .