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==Conference Report==
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==Media & Popular Culture: Effects on Academic Libraries==
 
This is a summary report of the [http://www.acrlnec.org/ Association of College & Research Libraries-New England Chapter] annual conference attended by: Richard Jenkins, Judy Watts, Joy Pile, Joe Antonioli, Jean Simmons, and Steve Bertolini. It was held at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, on April 18, 2008.
 
This is a summary report of the [http://www.acrlnec.org/ Association of College & Research Libraries-New England Chapter] annual conference attended by: Richard Jenkins, Judy Watts, Joy Pile, Joe Antonioli, Jean Simmons, and Steve Bertolini. It was held at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, on April 18, 2008.
  
 
===Morning Session===
 
===Morning Session===
*'''Bryan Alexander''', NITLE Director of Research: ''Cyberculture, Academia, & the New Web''
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*'''Cyberculture, Academia, & the New Web''': Bryan Alexander, NITLE Director of Research
  
*'''James G. Neal''', V.P. for Information Services & University Librarian, Columbia University: ''The Library in the Academy: Where Are We Going, and How Will We Get There, and Who Cares?''
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*'''The Library in the Academy: Where Are We Going, and How Will We Get There, and Who Cares?''': James G. Neal, V.P. for Information Services & University Librarian, Columbia University
  
*'''Brian Mathews''', User Experience Librarian, Georgia Tech: ''Think Like a Media Mogul: Experiential marketing for Academic Libraries''
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*'''Think Like a Media Mogul: Experiential marketing for Academic Libraries''': Brian Mathews, User Experience Librarian, Georgia Tech
  
 
*'''Panel of Keynote Speakers''': moderated by Linda Plunket, Head, Pickering Educational Resources Library School of Education, Boston University
 
*'''Panel of Keynote Speakers''': moderated by Linda Plunket, Head, Pickering Educational Resources Library School of Education, Boston University

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Media & Popular Culture: Effects on Academic Libraries

This is a summary report of the Association of College & Research Libraries-New England Chapter annual conference attended by: Richard Jenkins, Judy Watts, Joy Pile, Joe Antonioli, Jean Simmons, and Steve Bertolini. It was held at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, on April 18, 2008.

Morning Session

  • Cyberculture, Academia, & the New Web: Bryan Alexander, NITLE Director of Research
  • The Library in the Academy: Where Are We Going, and How Will We Get There, and Who Cares?: James G. Neal, V.P. for Information Services & University Librarian, Columbia University
  • Think Like a Media Mogul: Experiential marketing for Academic Libraries: Brian Mathews, User Experience Librarian, Georgia Tech
  • Panel of Keynote Speakers: moderated by Linda Plunket, Head, Pickering Educational Resources Library School of Education, Boston University
  • ACRL-NE annual business meeting
  • Poster Sessions

Afternoon Sessions

Three concurrent breakout sessions were available.

  • Panel Discussion on Digital Media Facilities & Collections: Julie DeCesare, Debra H. Mandel, Steeven Park
  • Collaborative Development of Visual Literacy Tools: Ian McDermott, Barbara Rockenbach, Danuta A. Nitecki
  • Do You Need a Videographer in Your Library?: Nick Baker

Overall Impressions of Attendees