METRO's 2017 Annual Conference
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METRO's 2017 Annual Conference

METRO's 2017 Annual Conference

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Kimmel Center for University Life

60 Washington Square South

New York, NY 10012

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METRO’s 2017 Annual Conference will take place on Wednesday, January 11 at NYU’s Kimmel Center. This year’s event will highlight keynotes by Marie Ostergard (Head of Community Engagement, Partnerships and Communication at Dokk1) and Jeff Goldenson (Library Director, Olin College), feature a plenary session for members of our Hospital Services Library Program, and provide a forum for updates on METRO’s new facility, 599.

We are thrilled to share the following sessions at METRO’s 2017 Annual Conference. Selected by double blind committee, in alphabetical order they are:

Empire State Digital Network: Updates on New York State's Service Hub for DPLA
Kerri Willette, John Mignault, Chris Stanton

Establishing the Archives for Storefront for Art and Architecture
Chialin Chou

Getting More Out of (and Into) Your Collections Management System
Bonnie Gordon, Patrick Galligan, Amy Berish, Julia Welby

Hack the Stacks
Jennifer Cwiok, Rebecca Morgan, Iris Lee, Stacy Schiff

Librarian without a Library
Julia Marden

Librarians as Labor: Lessons from Past and Present
Emily Drabinski, Aliqae Geraci

Living to tell the tale: Librarians and an archivist come clean about their original research projects
Lee Ann Fullington, Frans Albarillo, Eamon Tewell, Elizabeth Surles

Measuring Metadata for the Masses: Starting a Data Quality Program from Scratch
Shawn Averkamp, Sara Rubinow

No API, No Problem
Julie I. May

Rethinking Educator Partnerships: Bringing Teachers to the Library to Learn
Amy Mikel

Space in the City: Moving an Archive in Manhattan
Tamar Zeffren

Teaching MLA Skills to College Students with America's Next Top Citation
Katelyn Angell

The Culture in Transit Toolkit: A Discussion and Demonstration
Caroline Catchpole, Maggie Schreiner, Sarah Quick

The Design for Learning Program: Teaching Librarians Online About How to Teach Online
Arden Kirkland

The IDS Project 2016: Interlibrary Loan Staff Development and Automation
Beth Posner, Bill Jones

The METRO Fellowship: New Narrative Approaches
Molly Schwartz, Katherine Martinez, Karen Li-Lun Hwang

Will this be on the test?: Rethinking Information Literacy Course Design for High School Students
Robin O'Hanlon

Details about the HLSP plenary session will be announced in coming weeks. Questions about this year’s event can be addressed to Davis Erin Anderson at deanderson [at] metro [dot] org.

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