UK Libraries faculty, staff and graduate assistants participated in the annual Kentucky Library Association conference chairing and serving on committees and working groups and making presentations.
Laura Whayne, head of the Transportation Library, completed her year as KLA past president at the close of the conference.
Those presenting included:
--Tina Brooks, Beth Kraemer, Carla Cantagallo, “Doing it Online: Embedded Librarians;”
--Beth Reeder, Jaclyn Spraetz, “School and Public Libraries Unite: Ensuring Our Children Are Prepared for a Global Future;”
--Ruth Bryan, Sarah Dorpinghaus, Yvonne Giles, “University Library-Community Partnership: The Basic Archives Workshop as a Joint Community Support & Collection Development Initiative.” They summarized a series of SCRC workshops on basic records management for community organizations, particularly African American churches. Giles is a local historian.
--Christie Peters, “Leveraging Data to Support Local Communities;”
--Beth Fuchs, “Framing Information Literacy: The Importance of Setting the Stage.”