OCULA Spring Conference 2015
OCULA Spring Conference 2015: Crossing Thresholds
Friday, April 24, 2015
Hosted at the Inn on the Twenty, Jordan Ontario
From multiple directions, academic libraries and library professionals help our communities cross thresholds into unfamiliar territories. These thresholds are broad in scope and signal important changes on the horizon. The threshold in librarianship could be open access scholarship, new information literacy standards, digital citizenship, online privacy, e-resources, copyright, and more! Join us for a day of Crossing Thresholds in academic libraries, an opportunity to explore and share our experiences.
This year’s conference will feature a very special guest: Dr. Karen Louise Smith. Dr. Smith is a Toronto-based researcher whose work explores the themes of openness, privacy and participation in digital society. She is a Mitacs Elevate post-doctoral research fellow working in partnership with Mozilla and UofT. Dr. Smith contributes to Hive Toronto, a network of over 40 youth serving organizations interested in digital literacy and she conducts user experience research for Webmaker.
Inn on the Twenty
3845 Main Street
Jordan Village, Ontario
Toll Free Reservations: 1-800-701-8074
April 24, 2015
8:30 – 4:00 PM
OLA Member: $125
Student: $70 (Limit of 5)
Job-Seekers: $70 (Limit of 5)
Lightning Talk Presenters: $75
If you have any dietary restrictions, please indicate them in this short form
OLA TRAVEL FUND:
The OLA Board of Directors has established a modest travel fund to ensure members of the association have opportunities to participate in OLA programs despite geographical barriers.
Registrations will be reimbursed at 100% until 30 days prior to the event; 50% until 15 days prior and will not be reimbursed at all within 14 days of the event. Registration can be transferred to another staff member at any point during the registration process. Please email your cancellation or transfer requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
Code of Conduct:
The OLA is dedicated to providing a positive event experience for all participants, and expects attendees, speakers, exhibitors, volunteers, and staff to show respect and courtesy toward one another at all conference and conference-related events. We value ideas, thoughts and expression, and we appreciate new pedagogy when delivering workshops and sessions. Discriminatory language and imagery is not appropriate for any event venue, including talks, workshops, sessions or any community event online or in a face-to-face environment.
Onsite Code of Conduct Committee:
Michael Rogowski, OLA Staff
Denise Smith, OCULA Committee