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Library of Congress booth at ALA

From: Jeanne Drewes <Drewes>
Date: Monday, June 9, 2014
If you will be attending ALA please stop by the Library of Congress
booth for presentations of possible interest and for free
preservation bookmarks and poster.

The Library of Congress Exhibit Booth Schedule
ALA Annual Conference--Las Vegas, NV
June 27-30, 2014

Booth # 1709

Friday, June 27, 2014

    5:30            Celebrating the American Archive of Public
                    Broadcasting
                        webcast of the Library of Congress

                    Black Pearls Restrung: Hebrew and Yiddish
                    Artists' Books at the Library of Congress
                        webcast from the Library of Congress

    6:00            Modern Marvels: The Library of Congress
                        featured video from the History Channel

    Saturday, June 28, 2014

    9:00            Government.gov - Introduction
                        webcast from the Library of Congress

                    Gary Sinise's Tour of the Library of Congress on
                    the Veterans History Project
                        featured video from the Library of Congress

    9:30            The Center for the Book: Promoting Reading and
                    Literacy Nationwide
                        Guy Lamolinara

    10:00           Getting the Most Out of Cataloger's Desktop with
                    a New User Interface
                        Colleen Cahill and Bruce Johnson

    10:30           The Law Library of Congress: Service, Support,
                    and Scholarship
                        David Mao

    11:00           Library of the United States
                        John Barton

    11:30           Veterans History Project:  Preserving Veterans'
                    Stories and How You Can Participate
                        Bob Patrick

    12:00           American Folklife Center Launches the Civil
                    Rights History Project Interviews Online
                        Maggie Kruesi

    12:30           The Hispanic Division Online
                        Everette Larson

    1:00            The Library of Congress: Acquisitions Beyond
                    Copyright
                        Linda Geisler

    1:30            Preserving Tangible Media in Monographs
                        Adrija Henley

    2:00            The Cataloging in Publication (CIP) Data Block
                        Karl Debus-Lopez and Camilla Williams

    2:30            Exploring the ROAD Directory of Open Access
                    Scholarly Resources: An Open Access ISSN
                    Resource
                        Regina Romano Reynolds

    3:00            BIBFRAME Introduction: High-level Concepts and
                    Objectives
                        Kevin Ford

    3:30            BIBFRAME and the Program for Cooperative
                    Cataloging (PCC) - Latest Developments
                        Judith Cannan and Paul Frank

    4:00            The Library of Congress
                        featured video from C-Span

Sunday, June 29, 2014

    9:00            Celebrating the American Archive of Public
                    Broadcasting
                        webcast of the Library of Congress

                    Inside the Library of Congress
                        bonus feature from DVD
                        for National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets

    9:30            The Center for the Book: Promoting Reading and
                    Literacy Nationwide
                        Guy Lamolinara

    10:00           Getting the Most Out of Cataloger's Desktop with
                    a New User Interface
                        Colleen Cahill and Bruce Johnson

    10:30           The Law Library of Congress: Service, Support,
                    and Scholarship
                        David Mao

    11:00           Library of the United States
                        John Barton

    11:30           Civil War Soul Sisters: Civil War Era African
                    American Women Who Published!
                        Lavonda Broadnax

    12:00           BIBFRAME Introduction: High-level Concepts and
                    Objectives
                        Kevin Ford

    12:30           Exploring the ROAD Directory of Open Access
                    Scholarly Resources: An Open Access ISSN
                    Resource
                        Regina Romano Reynolds

    1:00            Exploring the Concept of Innovation
                        Roberta Shaffer

    1:30            Library of Congress Recommended Format
                    Specifications
                        Donna Scanlon

    2:00            Veterans History Project:  Preserving Veterans'
                    Stories and How You Can Participate
                        Bob Patrick

    2:30            Current Issues in Copyright
                        Yvonne Dooley and Maria Perez-Morales

    3:00            Map-Making East and West
                        Min Zhang and Tammy Wong

    3:30            The National Library Service: Making Print
                    Accessible
                        MaryBeth Wise

    4:00            Modern Marvels: The Library of Congress
                        featured video from the History Channel

Monday, June 30, 2014

    9:00            Black Pearls Restrung: Hebrew and Yiddish
                    Artists' Books at the Library of Congress
                        webcast from the Library of Congress

                    Government.gov:  Introduction
                        webcast from the Library of Congress

    9:30            The National Library Service: Making Print
                    Accessible
                        MaryBeth Wise

    10:00           Getting the Most Out of Cataloger's Desktop with
                    a New User Interface
                        Colleen Cahill and Bruce Johnson

    10:30           The Hispanic Division Online
                        Everette Larson

    11:00           Current Issues in Copyright
                        Yvonne Dooley and Maria Perez-Morales

    11:30           American Folklife Center Launches the Civil
                    Rights History Project Interviews Online
                        Maggie Kruesi

    12:00           Connecting Researchers to Africana Collections
                        Laverne Page

Jeanne Drewes
Chief
Binding and Collections Conservation/Deacidification Program
Library of Congress
101 Independence Ave. S.E.
Washington, DC 20540-4520
202-707-5330
Fax: 202-7073434


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