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Friday, October 18

8:00am EDT

Poster #16 -- Trade Work Initiative Piedmont 1-3Hannah Drum Poster #2 -- Marketing School Age Programming: Best Practices Piedmont 1-3Anna Ward Poster #7 -- Tales and Trails: Spaces to Collaborate Piedmont 1-3Adrian Zeck Leadership Institute Breakfast + Poster Session #3 Piedmont 1-3Teresa LePors • Julianne Moore • LI Poster #1 -- Library Offline: providing library services during a renovation Piedmont 1-3Kate Engelbrecht • Leanda Gahegan Poster #14 -- The Ideal Qualities of Library Leaders and Employees Piedmont 1-3Anthony Chow • Ashley Conte Poster #25 -- Cultivating and Inspiring North Carolina Library Leaders Piedmont 1-3Michael Crumpton Poster #6 -- Work Together: A Win-Win Situation With Student Assistants in an Academic Library Piedmont 1-3Erica Barnett Poster #23 -- Connecting Patrons with Library Services Using LibCal Piedmont 1-3Chad Fortner Fortner Poster #3 -- Do You See What They See? : Cost Effective Solutions for Improving Signage Piedmont 1-3Jon-Marc Ryan Dale Poster #9 -- Libraries: Spaces to Experience and Reflect on Digital Games Piedmont 1-3Melanie Sorrell • Julio Bahamon • Bob Price Poster #22 -- Planning the 15th Annual Paraprofessional Conference Piedmont 1-3Andrew Grace • Joe Barricella Poster #8 -- Change History: 365 Days of Black History Piedmont 1-3Jennifer Finlay Poster #10 -- FLICK Experimental film Festival at UNCG Jackson Library Digital Media Commons Piedmont 1-3Paula Damasceno Poster #11 -- O.E. What? : Implementing OER at Guilford Tech Community College Piedmont 1-3Alisha Webb Poster #17 -- Libraries: Spaces to Leverage Digital Media into a Pathway for First-Generation Latinx/Hispanic College Access at UNC Greensboro Piedmont 1-3Gerald Holmes • Rod Wyatt • Armondo R. Collins Poster #19 -- Connecting Your Library to the Wider Campus Community Through Collaborative Displays Piedmont 1-3DeAnn Brame • Emily Deinert • Amanda McLeod • Cody Walters Poster #12 -- The Grateful Dead Course @ UNCG: Peace, Love, and Library Collaborations Piedmont 1-3Rachel Olsen • Sarah Dorsey Poster #20 -- The ones that got away: Minimizing “missed” chats using an evidence-based wait-time standard Piedmont 1-3Sarah Steiner Poster #18 -- Time Flies When You’re Having Fun: Intensive Library Internships Piedmont 1-3Amy Harris Houk • Cassie Vargo Poster #21 -- Incentives-Based Technology Instruction in Public Libraries Piedmont 1-3Joanna Cox Poster #24 -- What Does It Meme?: Visual Literacy Programming in the Library Through the Language of Memes Piedmont 1-3Jenny Dale (she/her) • Brown Biggers Poster #4 -- Libraries: Spaces to find primary sources in the sciences vs. humanities. Piedmont 1-3Megan Carlton Poster #15 -- Collaborative Blogging: a sustainable professional development & networking tool Piedmont 1-3Nancy Lovas • Summer Krstevska • Angel Truesdale Poster #26 -- Teaching with Mobile Technology: Learning, Engagement, and Discovery Piedmont 1-3Laura McShane Poster #5 -- Creating an Open Educational Resource: Exploring ways that libraries can support OER publishing Piedmont 1-3Jeanne Hoover • Heather Seibert NCLA Website Help Piedmont 1-3NCLA Web & Technologies Committee

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Programming with Intent: Planning Storytimes Through An Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity Framework Winston 1CSophie Kenney • YSS Data, Video, Coding, Making: Libraries are Spaces to Create Salem 3AKathryn Webb From the Ground Up: Lab School Library Space Design Project Winston 1ANicole Spoor • Abby Moore Assisting and Providing Mental Health Literacy to Library Users with Mental Disorders and Developmental Disorders Across Library Settings Winston 3CPatrice Hall • Dawn Behrend Libraries: Spaces to Unite and Empower Communities Salem 3CTaylor Atkinson • Rieta Drinkwine • John Catalano • Dana Bertolino Raising Your Library’s Profile: Making Your Community Relationships Work for You Winston 1BMorgan Ritchie-Baum • Kassie Ettefagh • Summer Krstevska • BLINC Academic Libraries: Spaces to Promote Recreational Reading!: Research-Driven Justifications for Recreational Reading Initiatives Salem 3BMeredith Lewis • LI Get Active! Active Learning Techniques for Library Instruction Salem 1CJess Bellemer • Garrison Libby Representation Matters: Celebrating 50 Years of the Coretta Scott King Book Awards Winston 3AAlan R. Bailey • Lakeshia Darden • REMCO Two birds one stone: Supporting data literacy and encouraging civic engagement using framework-inspired library programming Salem 1AMegan Carlton • Jo Klein • GRS Creating Library Space for Learning and Growth: developing professional development workshops and sessions for librarians Winston 3BSamantha Harlow • Jenny Dale (she/her)

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