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Registration and Refreshments (Manning Hall)

7:30am-8:00am (Lobby)

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Welcome (Manning Hall)

8:00am-8:15am (Room 208)

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Poster Presentations (Manning Hall)

8:25am-11:00am (Second Floor Hallway)

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Concurrent Panel Sessions (Manning Hall)

Session 1 – 8:25am-9:10am

Capitalism and Storytelling: Profiting Off of the Other

Macy Ferguson, Meg Foster, and Sarah Sculnick
Room 014

Health and Data in the Digital Age: Who is Responsible?

Aleksandra Daws, Christina Getaz, Kathryn Konrad, and Sophi Link
Room 304

Working Toward a Radically Inclusive Historical Record Through Culturally Competent Archival Description

Brooke Csuka, Nicole Pawelski, and Tierra Thomas
Room 001

Going the Next Mile: How 21st Century Initiatives Like Mobile Makerspaces and Bookmobiles Can Break Down Barriers to Patrons’ Access to Information Services in Low-Income Communities

Catherine Gallagher, Margaret McGuire, Deane Rynerson, and Kristen Stockdale
Room 208

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Session 2 – 9:20am-10:05am

Accessibility in Physical and Digital Academic Library Spaces

Nadia Clifton, Whitney Hughes, and Evan Miles 
Room 014

The Right to Happily Ever After: Representing People of Color and LGBTQ+ Populations in Adult Romance Sections of Public Libraries

Meg McMahon, Holly Roper, Faith Wahlers, and Kat Zimmerman
Room 304

Reclaiming Privacy and Dignity in a Digital, Algorithmic World

Brian Lee, Nor Ortiz, Jessica Qiu, and Madeline Snipes
Room 001

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Session 3 – 10:15am-11:00am

Disability and Public Library Instructional Services: Assessing Community Needs, Designing Accessible Websites, and Creating Accessible Materials

Paul Khawaja, Nicole Pawelski, and Rachel~Anne Spencer
Room 014

The Ethics Behind the Advancement and Economics of the E-Sports Industry

Peter Conlon and Mike McGinniss
Room 304

Public Libraries in Times of Crisis

Genna Crites, Sharon Demorest, and Mariel MacGowan
Room 307

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Keynote Address (Sonja Haynes Stone Center)

Dr. Meredith Clark

“Black Women Tried to Tell Y’all: Race, Representation, and Self-Preservation through Digital Counternarratives”

11:30am-12:30pm

Please Note: Lunch will be available following Dr. Clark’s lecture.