[Libs-Or] OVRS Early Bird Registration Deadline!
khostetler at cocc.edu
Wed Mar 11 16:41:41 PDT 2015
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Deadline for early bird registration to the 2015 Oregon Virtual Reference Summit Pre-Conference is Friday, March 13, 2015
Register today at http://www.olaweb.org/conference-2015---preconference-sessions. This year's OVRS will be held as a preconference session to OLA 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesday, April 15, 2015, with an informal gathering from 8-9 a.m. at the Eugene, Oregon, Hilton.
The Oregon Virtual Reference Summit is Oregon's annual conference dedicated to reference, service, and technology. It is a one-day conference that strives for a fun, friendly, inclusive environment with reference-focused content appropriate for all skill levels, library types, and experiences. It is an excellent opportunity to meet virtual reference staff from around the state face-to-face and exchange ideas. Presenters and attendees do not need to staff Answerland; all are welcome.
A day of presentations and conversation about reference services, featuring:
Marie Radford morning main speaker:
Marie Radford has long been a leading voice in the world of virtual reference. Her latest books include: "Leading the Reference Renaissance" and "Reference Renaissance: Current and Future Trends," co-edited with R. David Lankes. She received the 2010 ALA/RUSA Mudge Award for distinguished contributions to reference service. Marie Radford is Director of the Ph.D. Program and a Professor at the Department of Library and Information Science in the School of Communication & Information, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Cathy Camper, afternoon main speaker:
Cathy Camper was interviewed on Oregon Public Broadcasting's Think Out Loud for her most recent book published in November, 2014, "Lowriders in Space," a graphic novel for kids with illustrations by Raul the Third. She is also the creator of "Bugs Before Time: Prehistoric Insects and Their Relatives." Her work has also been featured in "Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People" by Amy Sedaris, as well as in Wired, Cricket, Cicada, Primavera, Women's Review of Books, Utne Reader, and Giant Robot. She is a graduate of VONA/Voices writing workshops for people of color in Berkeley, California. She reviews graphic novels online for Lambda Literary and is a librarian for Multnomah County Library in Portland, Oregon, where she does outreach to schools and kids in grades K-12.
Registration is now open | answerland.org/summit | Questions: rachaels at multco.us<mailto:rachaels at multco.us>
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