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.
The submission deadline is January 15, 2018. If you have any questions, contact Cheryl Coyle, Conference Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. To keep up with conference planning, visit the 2018 NCCCLA Conference website.
Jackie Kilberg – “Making the Rounds, Building Relationships with Library Users and Showcasing Library Services” Presentation Slides
Michael Crumpton & Nora Bird – “Teaching Workplace Information Literacy” PowerPoint
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
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)
Keynote Address: “Improving the Library User Experience”
by Jean Ferguson, Head of Research Services, Duke University