Thank you to everyone that attended SUNYLA 2020 and worked so diligently to bring everything together. Watch your email that you registered with for a conference evaluation link. We hope to see you at SUNY Delhi June 16-18, 2021. Conference recordings and slides will be available soon! Don’t forget to check out the twelve virtualContinue reading “Thank you!”
If you’ve registered you should have received an email from Logan Rath with session links. If you haven’t received this, and you believe you are registered, please contact him at email@example.com.
All presentations given during SUNYLA 2020 will be recorded and made available to everyone registered. Slideshows will also be shared as PDFs.
It pains me to share that the SUNYLA 2020 annual conference will no longer take place at MVCC. The conference will take place virtually June 17-18. There are many details yet to be ironed out, but I wanted to let everyone know about this switch early so you can plan ahead. Please cancel hotel reservationsContinue reading “Annual conference changing to online”
Please submit poster session proposals here: Call for Poster Session Proposals. The virtual poster session will take place asynchronously. Deadline to submit poster proposals: April 27, 2020 Poster proposals are welcome from librarians or library staff, SUNY or non-SUNY. Please note: It’s up to the presenter(s) how they want to do their presentation. It canContinue reading “Call for Poster Proposals”
Proposal form The Planning Committee is accepting proposals for pre-conference workshops, lightning talks, and breakout session presentations. Please submit your proposals here: Call for Proposals. Submit a separate form for each workshop or presentation if proposing multiple sessions. A separate call for poster session proposals will be sent in March. Presentation options: Pre-conference workshop Date:Continue reading “Call for proposals”
Kaetrena Davis Kendrick, winner of ACRL’s 2019 Academic/Research Librarian of the Year, will be SUNYLA’s 2020 keynote speaker. We are thrilled to have her! Among other things, she will be speaking on leveraging creativity to inspire and integrate equity, diversity, and inclusion values in libraries.