Poster session viewing is available!
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|Poster Session #1: Poster Session #1: Conversations That Matter: A Step Towards Increasing DEI |
with Carolyn Martin and Maddie Romansic.
|Poster Session #2: Developing and Providing Access to Artists’ Books Collections|
with Amy Stewart.
|Poster Session #3: From Cloudy to Clear: Putting Transparent Design to Practice|
with Ann Matsushima Chiu and Amy Stanforth.
|Poster Session #4: Libros for Oregon – Collections Connect Communities|
with Hannah Bostrom, Deborah Gitlitz, and Jennifer Fischer.
|Poster Session #5: Navigating a New Normal; Early Literacy Programming Goes Virtual at North Plains Public, with Emily West.|
|Poster Session #6: OLAQ moves to OJS , with Cara Key.|
|Poster Session #7: Teen Book Boxes—A Program that Teens Want!|
with Brianna Sowinski and Rebecca Mayer.
|Poster Session #8: Virtual Library Displays: Strategies to Engage Patrons and Connect with Your Community, with Jennifer Wells and Christine Remenih.|
Virtual poster session viewing will be available throughout all days of the conference in a slide show or recorded format. There will be a one-hour Poster Session Chats on Friday, April 23rd, from 2:45 -3:45 pm., for attendees to speak with the poster presenters about their topics.
Poster sessions will address equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI), which are at the center of our work in libraries. Libraries are a cornerstone of democracy, providing free and open access to services and resources for everyone in our local communities. This year’s OLA conference will explore EDI in many connotations and intersections, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical and mental abilities, body size, religious beliefs, political ideologies, and geography.
The conference is an opportunity for OLA to have focused conversations surrounding EDI, learn from one another, provide professional and personal growth, and share the important work we are doing to help create equitable and inclusive communities in Oregon.
For questions about poster session information, contact program co-chairs below.