The New Reference Librarian - Proposals
Spring Workshop sponsored by the NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Reference Services Committee and SCARLA

Date: Thursday, April 6, 2017
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 PM

Place: Rutgers University
Pane Room
Alexander Library
169 College Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Cost: Free

The NJLA CUS/ACRLNJ Reference Services Committee will hold a workshop to discuss and explore topics related to academic reference service through a series of Round Table discussions and Lightning Talks. Librarians, faculty, and LIS students are welcome to submit proposals.

Here are some possible topics to consider:

Staffing, peer & tier reference
Technology and virtual reference
Meaning of reference in academic libraries
Alternative sources as reference resources
Reference assessment
Or propose a topic of your own!

Proposals due by March 6, 2017

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Presentation Types
Please submit your proposal for a Round Table Discussion OR a Lightning Talk.
Round Table Discussion (25 minutes)
Round Tables are small, informal group discussions that give attendees the opportunity to exchange information, discuss best practices, and network with others around common themes and issues. Discussion facilitators identify and develop a topic that will allow participants to discuss how they are dealing with specific issues at their libraries. Your submission should include the Round Table Discussion Topic, as well as several questions to guide the discussion.
Lightning Talk (5 minutes, 3 minutes for Q&A)
A Lightning Talk is a short presentation followed by a brief Q&A. Presenters may use slides or not. Lightning Talks should serve as an inspiration for further investigation.
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Lightning Talk Topic:
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