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Friday, April 8 • 9:30am - 10:30am
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From et al. to add all: increasing visibility of lesser-known artists in existing collections
Andrea Puccio
Clark Art Institute

It Came From the Internet!: An Event Focusing on the Application of Information Literacy to Social Media
Kayla Morrell
Ringling College of Art and Design

The State of Artists' Files in Canadian GLAMs & ARCs
John Latour
Concordia University
Sara Ellis
University of British Columbia

Reaching Students Where They Are: The MassArt Library's Pop-Up Service for Art & Design Classes
Rachel Resnik
Greg Wallace
Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Keeping it Online: A Case Study of Six Virtual Library Lounge Instruction Sessions
Allison Comrie
Alberta University of the Arts

Electrifying Discovery: Bringing a Hidden Collection of Neon Art to Light
Laura Darlington
Former Interim Director, Museum of Neon Art

The Kentucky Women Artists Timeline
Courtney Stine
University of Louisville

Dipping a toe in: Collecting and promoting introductory texts to studio art students
Cara Barker
Western Carolina University

Embodying Information Literacy Through Arts Based Pedagogy
Meghan O'Neill
Romany Craig
University of Lethbridge

A Collector's Story: A Lifetime Passion Becomes a Digital Exhibit in the Fritzsche Porcelain Collection at the Seattle Art Museum
Kirsten Painter

Fahrenheit 451 House: Collecting Books in the Twilight of the Book
Alexis Bhagat
University at Albany

Pandemic Productivity: VR Applications in Library Settings
Greg Hatch
University of Utah

Metric analysis of the bibliographic presence of Alfredo Sosabravo, Osneldo García and Lesbia Vent Dumois in the collection of Cuban Fine Arts
Beatriz Tarré Alonso
Cuban National Fine Arts Museum

Working with What You Have: Utilizing an Event Management Framework
Alex O'Keefe
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Tess Colwell
Yale University

Imagining LIS Futures Together: Mail Art with ArLiSNAP x Artifacts
Sam Regal
UCLA

O'Malley Library Lobby Gallery: An art space for the Manhattan College community
Amy Handfield
Manhattan College

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Friday April 8, 2022 9:30am - 10:30am CDT
Regency Ballroom B