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Join LPSS @ ALA Annual in Orlando for:

LPSS/Arts Section Forum Editorial Cartooning – The Art of Politics with Michael Osbun

  • Saturday, June 25, 3:00-4:00 PM, HILTON Orlando, Room Florida Ballroom 5-7
  • Program Pathfinder

Government Data Centers: A Look Under the Hood

  • Monday, June 27, 1:00-2:30 PM, Orange County Convention Center, Room W102A

Previous Conferences and Events

  • 2015 Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA
    • Minutes: Executive Committee | General Membership Meeting
    • Program: Libraries Behind Bars: Education and Outreach to Prisoners.  View the program bibliography
  • 2014 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV
  • 2013 Annual Conference, Chicago, IL
  • 2012 Annual Conference, Annaheim, CA
    • Minutes: Executive Committee | General Membership Meeting
    • Program:  “National Security vs. the Right to Know,” Social Responsibilities Round Table/LPSS Conference Program, with William Binney, Emma Cape, and Patrice McDermott.  View theprogram bibliography.
  • 2011 Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA
  • 2011 Midwinter Meeting, San Diego, CA
  • 2010 Annual Conference, Washington, DC
  • 2010 Midwinter Meeting, Boston, MA
    • Minutes: Executive Committee | General Membership Meeting
  • 2009 American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Toronto, ON
    • LPSS-GODORT Preconference/Short Course, “Library 2.0: Knowledge, Power, and Pedagogy in Net Space — Evolving Collaborations and Roles” Welcome by Bruce Pencek, ACRL LPSS, and Jenny Mendelsohn, University of Toronto
    • Workshop I: “‘Stories’: How to Help Undergrads Discover, Define, and Keep their Research on Track” – Virginia Tech. See presentations by Scott Nelson, Scott Nelson and Craig Brians, and Craig Brians and Bruce Pencek.
    • Workshop II: “A Collaborative Model for Maximal Learning in the M.A. Political Science Research Seminar: Faculty, Graduate Student and Librarian Perspectives” – University of Toronto. See presentations by Michael Stein, Evan Rosevear, and Jenny Mendelsohn.
    • Plenary I: “Who are They Really? Studying the Millennial Generation’s Research Behaviors” – University of Rochester, Ann Marshall (video unavailable)
    • Plenary II: “Distributed collaboration through Accessible Cyberinfrastructure-enabled Knowledge Communities.” See presentation by Derrick Cogburn.