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3rd Personal Librarian and First Year Experience Library Conference: Past Conference Highlights

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Important Dates

Registration Opens: November 10, 2017

Registration Closes: March 2, 2018

Conference Dates: March 21-22, 2018

Credit Card Payment: As of February 12, 2018, only credit card payments will be accepted.

Contact

Phone: (216) 368-2992

Brian Gray
Team Leader of Research Services
brian.c.gray@case.edu

E. Gail Reese
Associate Director for Public Engagement and Library Administration
gail.reese@case.edu

 

2014 & 2016 Conference Pictures

2014 Conference Speaker at Podium

2014 Conference Breakout Session

2014 Conference Student Panel

2014 Conference Student Panel

2014 Conference Breakout Session

2014 Conference Breakout Session

Conference Attendees Enjoying Breakfast

2016 Conference Attendees Enjoying Breakfast

2016 Conference Breakout Session

2016 Conference Breakout Session

2016 Conference Plenary Session Speaker

2016 Conference Plenary Session

2016 Conference Poster Session Attendees

2016 Conference Poster Session

2016 Conference Poster Session Attendees

2016 Conference Poster Session

2016 Conference Reception Food Table

2016 Conference Reception

2016 Conference Student Panel Speakers

2016 Conference Student Panel

vendor table at conference

2016 Conference Vendor Table (Credo)

Sunshine Break with attendees outside talking

2016 Conference Sunshine Break

1st Conference (2014)

2014 Personal Librarian & First Year Experience Library Conference Banner ImageThe First National Personal Librarian & First Year Experience Library Conference was a 2-day event focused on all aspects of the first year experience and the personalization of outreach and services for incoming students. It was held on April 7-8, 2014. Over 150 attendees came from 71 institutions throughout the United States and Canada. 

2nd Conference (2016)

2nd National Personal Librarian and First Year Experience Library Conference Banner ImageThe 2016 conference included a keynote, 4 plenary sessions, 22 breakout sessions, and 8 posters. The conference was truly national, and technically international, as several Canadian organizations presented. Content existed for every type of organization, librarian, or academic role.