PROGRAM

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O P P O R T U N I T I E S

Friday,
May 16, 2003 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
LaGuardia Community College, CUNY
31-10 Thomson Ave. Long Island City, NY

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Time Program Location
 8:30-9:00 Registration, coffee and vendor demonstrations E-Building Atrium
Welcome and Introduction
9:05 –  9:35

 

Welcome
   Dr. Gail O. Mellow, President, LaGuardia Community College

   
Dr. John Bihn, Vice President, Academic Affairs, LaGuardia Community College
   
Madeline Ford, President, LACUNY
   
Ngozi Agbim, Chief Librarian, LaGuardia Community College
Conference theme overview – Maria Kiriakova and Kenneth Schlesinger, Co-Chairs, LACUNY Institute 

Little Theatre - M Building
The New Library: Challenges and Opportunities

9:40 – 11:30       

Moderator – Lucinda Zoe, Chief Librarian, Hostos Community College
"Shift Happens: 10 Major Shifts in the Library World and How Information Pros Should Respond,"  Stephen Abram,
Micromedia ProQuest, Toronto, Canada presentation
"
The 21st Century Moral Panics over Libraries,"  Siva Vaidhyanathan, New York University 
Discussion
Respondent – Julie Cunningham, Chief Librarian, CUNY Graduate Center
Little Theatre - M Building
Lunch and Activities
11:45 – 1:10

Vendor demonstrations
Poster sessions
  
"Collaborating with a History Professor for an SLS Course," Linda Roccos & Eric Ivison, College of Staten Island
  
"The Actor Page and Introduction to Drama Blackboard Page," Pamela Bloom, New York University
  
"Enhancing Member Collaboration through Technology," Xuemao (Shimo) Wang & Tim Johnson, METRO
Box Lunch
Cobblestone Courtyard and E-Building Atrium

 

12:15 &  12:45  Vendor presentation: Cambridge Scientific Abstracts: "What Is It About Linking?" Library Classroom, E-101B
12:15 &  12:45 Museum of Modern Art Library and Archives tours MoMA QNS
33rd St. & Queens Blvd.
Afternoon Session #1

1:15 – 2:30     

 

"VOILA! Information Literacy Tutorial @ Hunter College," Valeda F. Dent and Ingrid Bonadie-Joseph, Hunter College 
presentation (Netscape users)
presentation (Internet Explorer users) 
"Library and Classroom Faculty Collaboration in Teaching an African-American History Course," Aditi Bandyopadhyay and Marsha J. Darling, Adelphi University presentation
"Library Culture in the Electronic Age: How Computers Have Changed Our World of Work," Rona Ostrow, Lehman College
"Beyond Google: The Invisible Web,"Jane Devine and Francine Egger-Sider, LaGuardia Community College presentation

Room E-259

Room E-261

Room E-228

Room E-101B

2:30 – 2:45       Refreshment Break E-Building Atrium
Afternoon Session #2

2:45 – 4:00      

 

"Bioinformatics," Dr.Stuart Brown, New York University, School of Medicine
"Beating the Cheating: Proactive Prevention of Plagiarism," Scott White and Marie Cimino Spina, LaGuardia Community College
"Librarians Without Borders: Reaching out to students at a Campus student center," Triveni Kuchi, Laura Bowering Mullen, and Stephanie Tama-Bartels, Rutgers University
"The Glorious Revolution Revisited: A New English and Library Faculty Partnership," Alexandra de Luise and Rolf Swensen, Queens College

Room E-228

Room E-101B

Room E-261

Room E-259

Closing Remarks
4:10-4:45 Pamela R. Gillespie, Assistant Dean and Chief Librarian, City College, CUNY
Discussion
Poolside Cafe, E-Building

5:00 & 5:30*                

Museum of Modern Art’s Matisse Picasso exhibition

* MoMA QNS is open until 9 pm Fridays.

MoMA QNS
33rd St. & Queens Blvd.

last updated 05/11/2004