Do you want to revisit material that you saw while attending a presentation? Did you miss the conference? Access PowerPoint presentations, videos, PDF handouts, images, and other material presented at the 2017 AzLA Conference.
On behalf of the entire Arizona Library Association and the Executive Board, we want to thank all of you who attended and participated in the 2017 Annual Conference.
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AzLA 2017 Cycling for Libraries, A Tour of Libraries & Landscapes: Drawing Inspiration from the Environment to Transform the Library
Serene Rock, Library Faculty, Scottsdale Community College
Bullet Journaling 101
Andrea Castaneda, MPL
Building a Winning Library Team with Transformational Leadership: Inspiring, Empowering, and Challenging Staff
Robert Oliverio, Head Librarian, Arizona Christian University
Dinosaurs Didn’t Read. Now They Are Exctinct.
Jenny Youn, Davina Noffke
Interact for Impact
Allison Burke, Youth Services Library Supervisor, Tempe Public Library
Let it Go! Identify Traditions that Choke Customer Satisfaction and Staff Productivity
Martha Baden, Library Manager, Public Services, Prescott Public Library
Little Libraries – Big Barriers
Robbin Gaebler – Building Operations & Volunteer Services Senior Manager, SPL Brandon Chapman – Supervisor of Volunteers, SPL Yvonne Massman – Natural Resources Coordinator, Scottsdale McDowell-Sonoran Preserve Jim Nance – Intel Encore Fellow
Metadata: Preventing a Digital Junk Drawer
Nicole Umayam Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records
Mindfulness & More: Empowering Volunteers to Provide Transformational Wellness Programming
Deborah Bosma, Pima County Public Library Daniel Chitwood, volunteer, Pima County Public Library
Reach Across the Aisle for Partnerships that Transform Children’s and Youth Services
Jean Kilker, Teacher-Librarian, Phoenix Union High School, Phoenix Union School District Patricia Jimenez, Teacher-Librarian, Sunnyslope High School, Glendale Union School District Emily Howard, Librarian II, Desert Sage Library, Phoenix Public Library Mary Margaret Mercado, Children’s Librarian, Pima County Public Library
Rocking the Small Screen: Video & Libraries
James Rider Library Technology Yavapai College Library
Using Open Textbooks to Transform Student Learning
Cheryl Cuillier, OER Coordinator, University of Arizona Libraries
Open Educational Resources Website
Why Can’t We Be Friends?
Jana White, City of Buckeye Robin Salthouse, Maricopa County
Tools for Transformation: Key Elements for Building Library Programs
Janet Crum, Head, Library Technology Services, Northern Arizona University
America in Times of Conflict
Jean Reynolds-Cultural Affairs Coordinator-City of Chandler Mary Sagar-Assistant Library Manager-Chandler Public Library
Being Inclusive: Access and Services for Customers with Disabilities
Liz Garcia, MCLD Jennifer Gallagher, MCLD
Trends and Best Practices in Library Workforce Development Programs
Ken Zambos Program Manager for Workforce and Economic Development, Pima County Public Library and Alice Traut, Library Program Instructor, Pima County Public Library