Session Proposals: You Me We Belong

Welcome to NCCCLA’s 2022 Conference, You Me We Belong. This year’s conference will once again be virtual and will take place during March 14-18, 2022, including a day of preconference sessions.


This year’s theme, You Me We Belong, focuses on encouraging sustainable changes in community college libraries that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion for all who utilize our library spaces. We welcome proposals that support our theme, however, if you have an idea for a session proposal that does not seem to fit the theme, we encourage you to submit it anyway. Please think about how diversity, equity, and inclusion concerns may have influenced your work or how such actions might fit into the next steps for your project.


Session slots are 50 minutes long, and the suggested presentation time is 40-45 minutes, with 5-10 minutes of Q&A. Fifteen minute prerecorded poster sessions are an option to consider as well. All sessions will be presented via Zoom. The conference planning committee will provide training and practice opportunities with the software prior to the conference. Collaborative presentations and roundtables are encouraged too.

Submit a Session ProposalDeadline is Monday, January 31, 2022

For further information, reach out to Shannon Paul, or Brittany Champion,

Save the Date: Conference 2022

Save the date!
The next NCCCLA conference will be held online the week of March 14-18, 2022.

Conference Theme:
To encourage sustainable changes in community college libraries that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion for all those who utilize library spaces. 

2022 Conference Planning Committee:
Brittany Champion (Pitt CC), NCCCLA VP, Conference Chair
Samantha O’Connor (CCCC), NCCCLA President
Shannon Paul (Richmond CC), Conference Sessions Coordinator
Maria Luisa Saldarriaga Osorio (Surry CC) & Alicia Hartley (Caldwell CC) , Treasurers
BJ Thompson (CCCC), Exhibitor Coordinator
Angela Davis (Pitt CC), Webmaster

Photo Challenge Winners

District 2 wins first place as it scored the most correct answers! District 4 is second, followed by District 6. Thanks to all who participated! Google Docs with answer keys and photo locations are linked below.

Answer Keys

District Photo Challenge

Entries for the district photo challenge are below. Larger versions of the images can be viewed in this Google Doc. Make sure to submit your answers as to which collage goes with which district by Monday, August 9. Let’s see which district gets the most correct answers. Good luck!

Challenge Details

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 19, 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 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. 

Summer Webinars

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 Professional Development 2021 Summer Series