The North Carolina Community College Library Association (NCCCLA) is now accepting session proposals for the 2018 conference, which will be held March 8-9 at Randolph Community College.
Use this Google form to submit a conference session proposal.
The submission deadline is January 15, 2018. If you have any questions, contact Cheryl Coyle, Conference Coordinator, at email@example.com. To keep up with conference planning, visit the 2018 NCCCLA Conference website.
Did you miss an eNewsletter? Don’t worry! Now you can get to the archived issues on the NCCCLA website. Look for the Newsletters link under the Documents section of the top navigation bar.
Our eNewsletter editor is Jackie Kilberg at Wake Tech CC. If you have questions about submissions, contact Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Under Documents, choose Newsletters.
“Getting Started with OER and Textbook Affordability”
Presenter: Garrison Libby, Tidewater Community College, VA
October 4, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
Jackie Kilberg – “Making the Rounds, Building Relationships with Library Users and Showcasing Library Services” Presentation Slides
Michael Crumpton & Nora Bird – “Keeping the Library Relevant as a Learning Center” PowerPoint | Handout
Michael Crumpton & Nora Bird – “Teaching Workplace Information Literacy” PowerPoint
David Wright – “Show Your Value and Relevance: Be an Aggressive Weeder!” PowerPoint | Sources
David Wright – “Patron Record Data Loads in CCCLINC – Project Explanation and Status” PowerPoint | Handout
Amy Burns – “Beyond the Interview – How to Stand Out in the Applicant Pool” PowerPoint
Deborah Foster – “Fixing Books for Longer Life in Your Collection” PowerPoint
Libby Stone & Angela Davis – “NCCCLA & NCLA’s CJCLS: A Worthwhile Partnership” PowerPoint
Angela Davis & Catherine Tingelstad – “The Library Field of Dreams: Hitting a Home Run with Faculty Outreach (If you build it… they might come!)” PowerPoint
Samantha O’Connor – “Outreach and Archives: Building Community Investment by Building your Archives” Handout | PowerPoint
Heather Greer Klein – “Trouble Shooting Digital Resources with Confidence” PDF
“The Results Are In: Increasing the Use of Digital Resources is Easier Than You Think – Presenters: Heather Greer Klein & Emily Guhde (NC LIVE)
Teaching at a Distance & Up Close and Personal: The Benefit of Interactive Library Tutorials in Outreach and User Education – Presenter: Meredith Lewis, NC LIVE
Successfully Creating and Communicating a Staffing Model to College Administration – Presenters: Alisha Webb & Monica Young (Guilford Tech)