Category Archives: Pennsylvania

PaLA Teaching, Learning, and Technology (TL&T) Round Table

The PaLA Teaching, Learning, and Technology (TL&T) Round Table is seeking lightning round presenters for a 1-day, in-person workshop centered about the use of technology as it relates to communication with, or education of,  patrons/stakeholders in their libraries.  The workshop will be conducted on the campus of Penn State University in State College, PA on May 6, 2019.  Topics should focus on communication and technology use in any type of library.  Presentations should be no more than 5-7 minutes in length.

If you are interested in presenting, please submit your proposal idea via the online form.

Proposals must be received no later than February 8, and accepted entries will be notified by the week of March 18.

Pennsylvania Library Association Lehigh Valley Chapter

On Friday, May 17, 2019, the Lehigh Valley chapter of the Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA) will host its annual workshop/conference at Northampton Community College, Main Campus in Bethlehem, PA. We are interested in sessions that are related to public, academic, special, or school librarians.

All workshop sessions are 60 minutes in length. If you have something great to share with fellow Lehigh Valley librarians, please submit your proposal by completing this form.

Presenting at the PaLA Lehigh Valley chapter workshop benefits your professional life, builds your resume, gets your name out there, and helps you network with colleagues. Fellow librarians are excited to learn from you!

The deadline to submit proposals is Monday, December 31, 2018. Applicants will be notified by end of January, 2019. Any questions please contact Catherine Stewart, incoming Chair, at cstewart@nazarethlibrary.org.

2019 Faculty of the Future Conference

Friday, May 31, 2019
Bucks County Community College
Newtown, PA
Proposals are being accepted for the 2019 Faculty of the Future Conference through Friday, March 22. Click here to submit your proposal for a 50-minute presentation, round table discussion, or 35-minute poster presentation.
The 2019 Faculty of the Future Conference is on Friday, May 31 at Bucks County Community College in Newtown, PA.
As always, the conference registration fee is waived for the primary presenter and all session presenters will be recognized with a digital FotF badge.
Visit www.bucks.edu/fotf for more information about the 2019 Faculty of the Future Conference.
If you have any questions or require more information, please contact Greg Luce at greg.luce@bucks.edu.
Sincerely,
Greg Luce & Jackie Burger
Faculty of the Future Conference Coordinators
Bucks County Community College
URL for proposal submission: https://goo.gl/forms/l1gJOGgDIoAMYenO2

TERS 2019

The Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) is honored to offer you the opportunity to present at the 3rd annual Technology Education Research Symposium (TERS) 2019!

Proposals are now being accepted at:

https://www.smore.com/mvnaf

Priority submission deadline for proposals — Dec. 13, 2018

Deadline for proposals — Feb. 1, 2019
*Based on availability with no assurances of acceptance*

When is TERS 2019? April 13th, 2019


Where? Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

·         Present your educational technology research to others

·         Accepted publications will be published in Volume 3, Issue 1 of the PAECT: Technology Education Research Journal

·         Attend sessions to learn from other Ed Tech leaders and researchers

Who should attend?

Higher education faculty

Doctoral students

Educational Technology researchers

Educators

School Administrators

Corporate e-learning specialists

Instructional technology specialists

Anyone interested in educational technology research topics!

Click here to submit a proposal for presentation, publication, and to learn more about this event.

PaLA C&CS (Connect & Communicate)

Are you a librarian working on a program or want to share your experiences? The C&CS would love to host you!

C&CS (Connect & Communicate) is a web-series from the College & Research Division of the Pennsylvania Library Association. We focus our programs for academic librarians, and we are looking to feature outstanding programs, including but not limited to instruction, research, outreach, collaboration, and everything in between. For some of our past presentations, click on this link.

We are particularly interested in the following topics, as indicated by our members:

*instruction/teaching

*collaborative initiatives

*management

*social/civic services/advocacy

And any thing else you might be working on! Please feel free to contact any member of the committee– including Erin Burns (emb28@psu.edu), Sara Pike, Amy Snyder, Ryan Sittler, Ronalee Ciocco and Amanda Avery. We also have a Google form available here for you to use, and it is also available on our website: https://crdpala.org/connect-communicate/

ACRL DVC Fall 2018 Program

When: October 26, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Where: Drexel University’s Learning Terrace

Theme:  Librarians as Advocates:  Leading Activism on Your Campus and Beyond

This program seeks to provide insight into the activism and advocacy work being done in libraries in higher education across the Delaware Valley region. In times of inequity, discrimination, and social injustice, libraries have the opportunity to be institutions of resistance, understanding, and hope. We are bringing together librarians who would like to share how they have incorporated democracy, equity, intellectual freedom, and privacy into their projects and collaborations to advocate for their communities.  Successful proposals will demonstrate an analysis of the underlying power structures that motivate their efforts. Whether your advocacy work takes the form of outreach projects, pedagogical techniques, systems or application development, cataloging practice, or collaborative projects, we would like to give you the opportunity to share your work and its impact with colleagues.

Topics should be related to library leadership in social change including:

  • Services for students with marginalized identities, including documentation status
  • Poverty, food insecurity, or homelessness
  • Voter registration and electoral issues
  • Social, mental, and health-related services
  • Access and textbook-related services
  • Library-related legislation
  • Privacy
  • Diversity, inclusion, and equity
  • Workplace fairness and rights issues

The deadline to submit is September 10 with notification by September 15, 2018.

Submission Information

Proposals must include the following information:

  1. Proposal title
  2. Names, affiliations, positions, and email addresses of the presenters
  3. Preferred presentation format
    1. Option A – 10-minute lightning round presentation only
    2. Option B – 10-minute lightning round presentation and roundtable facilitation.
  4. A 250-word summary of the topic you wish to present including the points you intend to make and the way(s) you intend to engage the audience, if applicable

To propose a session please visit: https://goo.gl/forms/ZOls6D1Xker3b1o83

Questions? E-mail Jess Denke at jessicadenke@muhlenberg.edu

Librarians as Advocates: Leading Activism on Your Campus and Beyond

ACRL DVC Fall 2018 Program

To propose a session please visit: https://goo.gl/forms/ZOls6D1Xker3b1o83

When: October 26, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM

Where: Drexel University’s Learning Terrace

Theme:  Librarians as Advocates:  Leading Activism on Your Campus and Beyond

This program seeks to provide insight into the activism and advocacy work being done in libraries in higher education across the Delaware Valley region. In times of inequity, discrimination, and social injustice, libraries have the opportunity to be institutions of resistance, understanding, and hope. We are bringing together librarians who would like to share how they have incorporated democracy, equity, intellectual freedom, and privacy into their projects and collaborations to advocate for their communities.  Successful proposals will demonstrate an analysis of the underlying power structures that motivate their efforts.  Whether your advocacy work takes the form of outreach projects, pedagogical techniques, systems or application development, cataloging practice, or collaborative projects, we would like to give you the opportunity to share your work and its impact with colleagues. 

Topics should be related to library leadership in social change including:

  • Services for students with marginalized identities, including documentation status
  • Poverty, food insecurity, or homelessness
  • Voter registration and electoral issues
  • Social, mental, and health-related services
  • Access and textbook-related services
  • Library-related legislation
  • Privacy
  • Diversity, inclusion, and equity
  • Workplace fairness and rights issues

The deadline to submit is September 10 with notification by September 15, 2018.

Submission Information

Proposals must include the following information:

  1. Proposal title
  2. Names, affiliations, positions, and email addresses of the presenters
  3. Preferred presentation format

a.                Option A – 10-minute lightning round presentation only

b.               Option B – 10-minute lightning round presentation and roundtable facilitation.

  1. A 250-word summary of the topic you wish to present including the points you intend to make and the way(s) you intend to engage the audience, if applicable

To propose a session please visit: https://goo.gl/forms/ZOls6D1Xker3b1o83

 

PETE&C 2019

February 10-13, 2019
Hershey, PA
The Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo and Conference (PETE&C) is a statewide event that provides quality programs focused on technology in the educational field. Each year, hundreds of exhibitors showcase their latest technology products and services to the vast audience of teachers, administrators, technology directors, school board members and more. Monday and Tuesday mornings kick off with keynote speakers that will both educate and inspire you. Throughout the three days, you can attend concurrent sessions and student showcases. There is something for everyone at PETE&C!
Conference Program Submissions Now Open

The conference will include a strand for Higher Education presentations and another for Libraries.
Please consider submitting a unique or innovative presentation proposal to PETE&C 2019.
The deadline to submit a proposal is July 15th, 2018.

 

OCLC Americas Regional Conference

Oct. 25-26, 2018  Chicago, IL

For more information go to https://www.oclc.org/en/events/councils/2018-19/americas-regional-council-meetings-home/participation.html

On October 25–26, leaders across all library types will come together at the OCLC Americas Regional Council Conference in Chicago, Illinois, USA, to share ideas, learnings, and insights, helping the entire community move forward to change the game. We invite you to contribute to the conversation.

We are seeking member proposals that will spark conversations around what it means to be a “game-changing library,” more specifically, what are those areas that will help the community better respond to shifts in the environment and drive their library’s transformation in the following categories:

  • Technology and innovation: From evolution to revolution
  • Spaces and resources: From collections to connections
  • Analytics and data: From what we count to what counts
  • Public purpose: From allies to advocates

Speakers will receive complimentary registration to the ARC18 Conference (a $275 value).

If you are interested in participating, please submit a topic for a 20–30 minute presentation by July 13. Speakers will be notified by July 31, 2018.

Please send your questions to oclcevents@oclc.org.

We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!

TERS 2018

 Present and publish your educational technology research!

The Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) is honored to offer you the opportunity to present at the 2nd annual Technology Education Research Symposium (TERS) 2018!

Proposals are now being accepted at:

https://www.smore.com/mvnaf

Priority submission deadline for proposals — Dec. 1, 2017
Deadline for proposals — Feb. 1., 2018
*Based on availability with no assurances of acceptance*
When is TERS 2018? April 14th, 2018

Where? Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
  • Present your educational technology research to others
  • Accepted publications will be published in Volume 2, Issue 1 of the PAECT: Technology Education Research Journal
  • Attend sessions to learn from other Ed Tech leaders and researchers

Who should attend?

Higher education faculty

Doctoral students

Educational Technology researchers

Educators

School Administrators

Corporate e-learning specialists

Instructional technology specialists

Anyone interested in educational technology research topics!

Click here to submit a proposal for presentation, publication, and to learn more about this event.