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Welcomemessage, p.7

OLABoardof Directors, p.8

Sponsors, p.9

SuperConferenceplanners, p.8

General information, p.10

Wednesday program,p. 14

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invention.And,inthe nextfewdayswearegoingto seesomeoftheirsolutions.

Lookingback,wehavea longtraditionof adapting,accommodating, innovating, and

inventingsolutions.Consider theselandmarks.

• Publicpolicyforthe'informationhighway'throughInformationHighway

AdvisoryCouncilovera decadeago.

• TheSilverBirchAwardreadingprogramlaunchedin 1994asthebasefor our

200;000readerliteracyinitiativesin 2006

• Bill109thatwouldhaveendedprovincial involvement

publiclibrarieswithdrawnunderourpressurea

decadeago

• Ongoingadvocacyandresearchontheimpactof school librariesandteacherlibrarianson

studentsuccess.

• Creationof theEducationInstitutefiveyearsaheadofwhatisnowanavalancheof

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• Development ofThePartnership, an innovativecollegialwayfor Canada'sprovincialandterritorialibraryassociations

to worktogetherto improvelibraries

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• Creationof theOntarioDigitalLibraryin 2000,nowtransformedintoKnowledge

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• Development of Partnership: theCanadianJournalof LibraryandInformation

PracticeandResearch, a practitioner's journalofThePartnership, usingopen

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Whenit wasestablished in 1994,SuperConferencewasalsoa solutionin a changing

•landscape. It wasbecomingapparent thatourcommonalities weremorepowerfulthan

ourdifferencesandthatwehadmuchtOlearnfromeachotheracrossectors.Thatis

% reflectedin thisSuperConferenceprogram,wherewe haveopportunitiesto learnfrom

• leadersin thecorporateworldaswellasfromlibrariesof everytype.Youwill meet

leadersfromacrossCanadandtheUnitedStates, andevenfromGreatBritain.Some

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OCULA2006President

Ontario College and University LibraryAssociation

OCULA2007President

CYNTHIAMcKEICH

DONKINDER

SenecaCollege

RyerlonUniversity

Ontario

Library and Information TechnologyAssociation

OLA2006President OLITA2006President OLITA2007 President

JANETKAUFMAN PAULTAKALA CATHERINESTEEVES

Universityof Guelph HamiltonPublicLibrary Universityof Guelph

Ontario

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OLA2007President

ESTHE ROSENFELD OLBA2006President OLBA2007 President

formerly DOREENHORBACH CATHERINEDOWD

TorontoDistrictSchoolBoard - HamiltonPublicLibraryBoard OrilliaPublicLibraryBoard

Ontario

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OLATreasurer2003-2006

RODMcLEAN

OPLA 2006President

former trustee KARENMcGRATI! OPLA2007President

KirklandLake Niagara-on-the-Lake DARCYGUDDEN

PublicUbrary Board PublicLibrary HamiltonPublicLibrary

Ontario School Library Association

osLA 2006President

MICHAELROSETI1S

St.AugustineCatholic

HighSchool

YorkCatholicDistrictSchoolBd

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PEGGYTHOMAS I

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TorontoDistrictSchoolBoard

L'Associationdes biblioth_cairesfrancophonesde I'Ontario

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lARRY MOORE

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GeorgeElliott,author Inquirycoursesemphasizemany STRIKINGTHEBALANCE:

AndrejKrystoforski, illustrator skillsincludin groupwork,self- ESTABLISHINGCOMMUNITY

• SilverBirchAwards®(gr.4-6) directedlearningandeffective SOLUTIONSTO NOISE @_@i

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WolfPack

willprovideanoverviewof faculty- PROBLEMSINACADEMIC

EdovanBelkom

librariancollaborations thathave LIBRARIES

Non-Fiction:

BoredomBlasters

contributedto thesuccessof

inquiryat McMaster.Hearexam-

VivianLewis, AssociateUniversity

Librarian(Services),McMaster

HelaineBecker piesof howinquirybasedlibrary University; HelenSalmon, Associate ••

• RedMapleAward(gr.7-8) initiativesupportinformationliter- ChiefLibrarian, UserServices,

Skybreaker acy,learnhowlibrarianscantake Universityof Guelph.

KennethOppel

advantageof curriculumplanning

• WhitePineAward(highschool) opportunities, andfindout about AcrossNorthAmerica, librariesand

TheBlueGirl

techniquesandstrategies thatcan librarianshaveadoptedmoreliber-

CharlesdeLint

beusedto promoteactivelearning, alattitudesto grouplearningand

• GoldenOakAward

Convenor: JackHan-tatLeong, socialactivityinthepreviouslyhal-

(adultslearningto read) UniversityofToronto. lowedhallsof theacademic library.

TheHeavenShop

Butthenthedoublecohorthit and

DeborahEllis

thesheervolumeof trafficthrough

Ontariocollegeanduniversity

aboutnoise,cellphones,"carrel

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librarieshasbroughtconcerns

claiming","computercamping"

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andothertrafficissuesbackto the

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table.Findoutwhatsomelibraries

theForest ofReading ® havedoneto engagethestudents

themselves in establishingcommu-

SOLUTIONS In a CHanGInG LanDscape 31


nitysolutionsto thesecommunity GoogleMapsto presentarichWeb 308 ICHHumber 310 MTCC 202C

problems,

experience. Websystemsare 9:05-10:20am 9:05-10:20am

Convenor: JoyMuller,Seneca increasingly reachingoutto con- Management Access; Issues

College. tentandactivitiesthatwereonce LIBRARIANS'LIB:TAKING ACCESSIBLELIBRARY

thedomainofthedesktopand CONTROLOFWHAT'SOURS SERVICES:

305 MTCC206B otherinsularsystems. Seeconcrete RossSinger, ApplicationDeveloper, A NATIONWIDENETWORK

9:05-10:20am

examples likeanRFPapplication GeorgiaTechLibraryandlnformation ArleneChan,Manager, City-Wide

Collections andresources," Information thatallowsalibraryto purchase Centre. Service, MobileLibraryServices,

fiteracy titlesfromitsownvendorsbased TorontoPublicLibrary," michele

PLAINTALKABOUT onrequestsfor purchaseoriginat- Librarieshavetendedto supporta Chittenden, Coordinator forSpecial

HEALTHLITERACY

inginAmazon.com. Explorehow "cultureof victimhood" in ourrela- Readers' Service, Queens Unver_/ty,':,_.

SusanMurray, Manager, Consumer librariescantakeadvantageof tionshipswithourvendors.We RalphManning, ActingDirector,

HealthInformation Service, Toronto mashupsandothernewWeb-fueledwaitfor improvements basedon Strategic Canada. Policy, LibraryandArchives

PublicLibrary.

technologies to rethinkhowcon- whenthevendoriswillingto

tentandservicescanbedelivered• implement themandwhen(andif) Whatisyourvisionfora truly

Accordingto "HealthyPeople Convenor: BillVanKeuren, Hanover theydo,theyaregenerallyof the inclusiveandaccessible library?In

2010,"healthliteracyisthe "abili- PublicLibrary. 'quality'we'vegrownto expect. 2004,OLApassedaresolutionfor

tyto obtain,process, andunder- Wellno,more.Thetimeisripefor a made-in-Canada approachto a

standhealthinformationandsew- _ liberatingourcontentandservices nationwidenetworkof equitable:

caredecisions."Consumers with ISSUES wish.Freeourdatato usetheway can'taccessregularprintdueto a

icesto lowliteracycannotfullyparticipate makeappropriatehealth _ ASSOCIATION to wewantto useourselves, usethem:fromlink inanywaywe libraryservices

disability.Sincethen,thelibraryi

for peoplewho

intheirhealthcaredecisionsand resolvingto abetterOPAC. _ communitywaswidelyconsulted! a

havepoorerhealthoutcomes. This 307 ICHNiagara Convenor:CarolStephenson, CLAreportwithrecommendations

sessionwill provideawareness of 9:05-10:20am WilfridLaurierUniversity. wasreleased, andthefederalgov-

.... ir

healthliteracyissuesandrecom- Issues ernmenthasmadeanm_t_al investmendstrategiesonhowlibrary

GREENCOMPUTING 309 MTCC206F mentviaLibraryandArchivesCanada

staffcanbetterserveconsumers Catherine Steeves, AssociateChief 9:05-10:20am to buildthisnetwork.Howcanyo'ur

withlowliteracy.

Librarian forInformation Technology Web2.0

librarybepartof thisrevolutionary

Convenor: PatriciaJohnson, Children'sServices, GillianMaurice, SustainabilityRADICALTRUST-"

nextstepforequitableservice?:

Hospital of EasternOntario. Coordinator, University ofGuelph. WHY'2.0' REALLYMATrERS

TO LIBRARIES

Convenor: ShelaghPaterson, CNiB

Library. ._. _i

306 iCHBallroomA Thisis notasessionaboutalien DougHome,Head,Academic Liaison,

i

9:05-10:20am computingbutaboutsavingthe University ofGuelph. 311 MTCC204 i

Socialsoftware planet.Learnaboutheenviron- 9:05-10:20am ,,

ALWAYSIN BETA:USING mentalimpactsof computingand Whiletherearemanyaspectsof Advocacy, Community development:

MASHUPSATYOURLIBRARY howyourinstitutioncanincorpo- Web2.0thataresignificant to ITTAKESA LIBRARYTO :

Michael Vandenburg, Database rate"green"practicesintocorn- libraries,perhapsthe mostimpor-" RAISEA COMMUNII_ i

Librarian, KingstonFrontenac Public putingprocurement, utilizationand tantisthelittle-mentionedconcept MarjattaAsu,LibraryDevelopment

AdvisorTrustee andCommunity[

Library," ArtRhyno, Systems Librarian, reallocation, anddisposal/recyclingof 'radicaltrust.'Aslibrariespon- Development, LeanneClendening,

LeddyLibrary,Universityof Windsor. mechanisms, der'2.0'technologiessuchasrat- ChiefExecutive Officer,OntarioLibr_ary

Convenor:ThomasBrenndorfer, ingsystemsinOPACs, theabilityto Service-North.

Oneof themostinterestingtypes GuelphPublicLibrary. commentonthe usefulness of

of applications to emergefrom items,makingsystemsopen Bemoreproactiveincommunicat-

Web2.0isthemashup,asystem source,or evenallowingusersto ingwhylibrariesareessential to

thatcombinescontentfromdiffer- contributecontent,thechangethat communitybuilding.Ontario :

entWebsourcesintoanintegrated isbeingfacedisaboutmuchmore LibraryService-North is publishing 'i

experience. HousingMaps isa thanlearninganewtechnology, communitydevelopment toolkitsto

widelyknown.Webmashup,which

Convenor:DavidFiander,University introducepubliclibraryboardsand

mergeslocalhousingdatawith ofWesternOntario. staffto communitybuildingpri_ci-

JeannieAq JenniferMcKinnell OlgaPerkovic JimBrett JenniferSoutter

302 302 302 303 303

32 OLa'S sUPeR conFeRence 20o_


piesandpractices.Examinethe 314 ICHKingsway prepareforconferences, andthey 317 ICH Oakville

toolsavailableto evaluatetheir 9:05-10:20am areableto practiceandimprove 9:05-10:20am

roleincommunitydevelopment Assessment, Knowledge management," theirpresentationandcommunica- Valuesandvision," Curriculum and

andconsiderfuturedirections. Statistics andsurveys tionskills.Oneof thesegmentswill learning; Fundraising

Convenor: RebeccaJones,Dysart& SURVEYMONKEY.COM: showhowthreesecondaryschools BEINGTHECHANGE

Jones. ASSESSYOURLIBELA.RY'S usevideoconferencing inthe PeggyThomas, Centrally Assigned

SERVICES WhitePineReadingProgramto ' Teacher-Librarian; SybilleParry,Gwen

312 MTCC104C SamKalb,LibraryAssessment andlT engagethestudentreaders. McAIlister, AmySatterthwaite, Heather

9:05-10:20am

ProjectsCoordinator, Oueen's Convenor:MarybethSnyder, Myrvold, teacher-librarians, Toronto

Advocacy; Marketing

PLACEMAKING:TURNING

University. WaterlooRegionDistrictSchool

Board.

DistrictSchool Board.

YOURLIBRARYINTO Helpyourlibraryimproveitsservic- LastyeartheOSLAprojectonglob-

A FIRSTRATEDESTINATION esbylearningbasicprinciples 316 MTCC203A alcitizenship, BetheChangewas

launched. Joinfourteacher-librari-

AnneMurphy, AreaManager, Mississauga aboutconductingeffectiveon-line 9:05-10:20am

ansto findout howtheyimple-

LibrarySystem;

Advisor, Development

GilPenalosa,

andBusiness

Business surveys,

sampling,constructingandanalyzincludingsurveyplanning,

Reading

education;

andliteracy;

Collections

Technology

andresources

and mentedtheprogramintheir

Services, CityofMississauga. ingusingSurveyMonkey.com. All ASSISTIVETECHNOLOGY schoolsandwhatimpactBethe

typesof tibrariescanusethistool AND THE,SCHOOLIBRARY Changehashadonthestudents

Anoverviewof thekeyconceptsof andwillfindthissessionuseful. MichelleRegina, Department Headof involvement.

placemaking. Hearaboutsome Convenor: AnitaBrooksKirkland, Library, LiCho,LibraryTechnician, Holy Convenor: DianaMaliszewski,

practicalwaysinwhichplacemak- WaterlooRegionDistrictSchool CrossCatholic Academy, YorkCatholic TorontoDistrictSchoolBoard

ingcanbeusedto improvethe Board. DistrictSchool Board.

libraryasanimportantcommunity

destination. 315 ICH Halton Learnabouthepotentialof using 318 MTCC201C

Convenor:NatalieGibbons, 9:05-10:20am AssistiveTechnology in yourSchool 9:05-10:20am

KitchenerPublicLibrary. Technology andeducation," Reading Library.SeehowKurzweil,Dragon Collections andresources; Youngadults

andliteracy NaturallySpeaking,WordQ,and KIDSAREKEEN

313 MTCC203C VIRTUALLEARNING otherprogramscanchangethe FORFRENCHBOOKS °'

9:05-10:20am USINGINTERACTIVE wayyourstudentslearnand LouiseGodbout-Legault, Coordinator,

Access," Programs andservices; Users VIDEO-CONFERENCING deveropliteracyskills.Walkaway SouthernOntarioLibraryService;

SERVINGPATRONSWITH .leffBrown, LearningResources and withsometipsto initiatethe pro-

NathalieTremblay, LeCoindulivre

DEVELOPMENTAL

Technologies Consultant, DeanSmith, graminyourschoolandreceive Bookstore, Ottawa.

DISABILITIES(ANDTHE Teacher-Librarian, CobourgDistrict readyto usehandoutsfor lesson

PEOPLETHATCAREAND

Collegiate InstituteEast,Angela

Thompson, Teacher-Librarian, East

implementation. DoyoufindFrenchmaterialfor

schoolibrariesandFrench

SUPPORTHEM)

Northumberland Secondary School, Convenor: Jo-AnneLaForty, Toronto

AnneDorsey, Children-Youth Librarian, Jacqui Fuger,Teacher-Librarian, DistrictSchoolBoard. Immersionschoolshardto find?

BarriePublicLibrary," Sambhavi Campbellford DistrictHighSchool,

Learnabouthelatestandmost

Chandrashekar, Graduate Student (PhO Kawartha PineRidgeDistrictSchool

popularFrenchfictionbooksonthe

program),

Studies, University

Faculty ofInformation

of Toronto.

Board. marketaimedto

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non-fictionbooks, includingseries, _)o@_

Whoarethelibraryuserswith justthe latestech-toy,oris it a onallsortsof topicsandfor arl

developmental disabilitiesandhow potentiallypowerfulteachingtool? ages.Discoverhowto selectitles

canlibrariesmeettheirneeds? Thissessionwill demonstratea thatwill encourageboys(Frenchor

Herearestrategies for librarypro- varietyof waysthatgoodteachers Frenchimmersion) to readmore,

grams,collectiondevelopment and haveincorporatedvirtuallearning seeselectionlistsfromanexperipartnershipswithcommunity

experiences into regularclassroom

encedbookstoreandpossibly

organizations,

andlibraryprograms. Students

browsethroughthebooks.

Convenor: AndreaGordon,

BurlingtonPublicLibrary.

improvetheirresearchskillsasthey Convenor: AnnFord,Waterloo

RegionDistrictSchoolBoard.

SusanMurray MichaelVandenburg CatherineSteeves ArleneChan MarjattaAsu

305 306 307 310 311

SOLUTIONS In a cHanGinG LanDscape 33


319 MTCC206E 321 ICH Ballroom B trendsto maketheirwayintothe 324 ICH Ontario

9:05-10:20am 9:05-10:20am mainstreamorwill theylargely 9:05-10:20am

Reading andliteracy; Curriculumand Collections remainthedomainof youthanda Collaborative space

learning DEWEYDIVASANDTHE technical elite(alphageeks)? What I'VE LOOKEDATCLOUDS :

READA NOVEL?... DUDESTALKUP NEW arethe privacyimplications?Do FROMBOTHSIDESNOW i

BUTTHISIS NOT SPRINGBOOKSFORADULTS usersunderstand?Doesit matter? PatriciaHorak, Zachary Abram,Alison

MY ENGLISHCLASS!! May/inScott,RandomHouseof WhatimpactisthesocialWebhay- Drain,Community AccessProgramCAP

AnneLow,Teacher-Librarian, Alison Canada, LahringTribe,RandomHouse ingonculturalnorms:ideasas Central Co-ordinators.

Hepburn, Teacher-Librarian/Geography ofCanada,' DavidMacMillan,

Teacher, Lawrence ParkCollegiate HarperCollins Canada.

centralastruthandidentity? i

YouhaveheardaboutMySpace,

Institute, TorontoDistrictSchool Board.

YouTubeandFaceBook buthave

TheDeweysarebackwitha new

youeverseenthem?Whatdothey

Getthestoryonintegratingfiction cropof excitingspringrecommen- 323 ICH HighPark do?Whatisgoodabouthem?

intoawiderangeof subjectareas, dationsfor yourpatrons.Hearour 9:05-10:20am Whataretheirweaknesses? Are i

andgetlessonplans,curriculum picksforthebestinfiction,non- Programs," Culture, Protection of," theyjustafad?Canwe allgoback

connections andup-to-datebook fiction,Canadianauthors,hidden " Communities to sleep?Ouryoungpeoplewill

lists.Alargeselectionof bookswill gems,booksfor bookdubsandjust LIFESCAPES showyouwhatisgoingonina

beavailableto browse.Otherles- darngoodreads.Greatfor readers JayneTun/ev,CommunityRelations and whirlwindmysterytour.Knowledge

sonsin progresswill beshared, advisory, collectiondevelopment Volunteer Co-ordinator, OrilliaPublic ispower!

Convenor: SharonMills,Toronto andanylibrarianwhointeracts Library. Convenor:RyanPatrick,Marketing

DistrictSchoolBoard. withthepublicdaily. Manager,OLAStore. :

Convenor: BillZambusi,Whitehots. Lifescapes isanadultprogram

320 MTCC201F designedto encourageseniorsto _ SOYOU'RENOW,

9:05-10:20am

Youngadults," Collaboration _ NEXT

preservetheirpersonal

thatof theircommunitybywriting

historyand: U ON

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THEUBRARY

YOUTHENGAGEMENT @YOURLIBRARY _ GENERATION CATALOGUE theirmemoirs.Featuringtwo ingspermonth,.comptete withpre- meet- 325 MTCC202A :

flosalindBryce, YouthServices sentationsbyauthors,storytellers 9:05-10:20am 'i

Specialist, YorkWoodsBranch," Haney 322 MTCC201D andteachersof writing,ideasare Governance andpolicies," Trustees

Mussa,Youth&Outreach Services

Specialist, AlbionBranch; Sharon

9:05-10:20am recordedandedited,andthepro- THEBASICS

KarenMcGrath, ChiefExecutive Officer,

Moynes, YouthServices Specialist, Innovation," Technology trends," Values gramconcludeswitha bookpub- Niagara-on-the-Lake PublicLibrary,

NorthYorkCentral LibraryBranch, andvision lishingandbooklaunch.Thepro- DarylNovak,Director ofOperations, !

TorontoPublicLibrary; KathleenNaylor, IS SOCIALSOFIlWARE gramwasbasedonthatof the SouthernOntarioLibraryService; Jim':

ProgramManager, HeartWood Centre TOOSOCIAL? WashoeCountyLibraryintheU.S. Neill,Chair,KingstonFrontenac Public

forComfnunity YouthDevelopment, RobHyndman, business lawyer for Ithasbeenverysuccessful at LibraryBoard.

Halifax.

technology companies andavidblogger OrilliaPublicLibrary.

onallthingstechnical; Matthew Convenor: LynneGibbon,Orillia Forthosepeoplewhohavejust

Viewyouthasinnovativeproblem Ingrain, technology writer,theGlobe

andMail;NoraYoung, foundinghost PublicLibrary. beenappointedto thelibrary

solversratherthanproblems. Learn ofCBC'sDNTO, explores technology

board.Howisthe librarymanaged

to collaboratewithenergizedteens andcultureonradio, inprint,andon

througha board?Whatareyour

to developlibraryservicesand television, legalresponsibilities underthe

identifypossibilities for meaningful

LibrariesAct?Howareboardm_etinclusion.

Youthfacilitationgame Ourpanelof technologycommen- ingsstructuredandconducted?

activitieswill rocktheroom! tatorsfromoutsidethe librarysec- Whatcommitteesarenecessary i,

Convenor: StellaDahlin,Toronto torwill exploretrendsintheevolu- andwhatkindof workdotheydo?

PublicLibrary.

tionof thesocialWeb.Isthecurrenttendencytowardthehypersocialfad,orafactof

life?Isit

sustainable?Howlikelyarethese

LeanneClendening AnneMurphy Sambhavi Chandrashekar AnneDorsey SamKalb

311,406 312 313 313 314

34 OLa'S: sUPeR conFeRence 2007


326 ICHGrenadier _ NEXT ofthatdatato thesearchanddis-

Advocacy; 9:05-10:20am Finance _ GENERATION CATALOGUE coven/needs

alike.MikeiscurrentlyData

of patronsandstaff

STRATEGIESFORGETIrlNGA

Architectforthe Evergreen project,

BUDGETINTACTTHROUGH 329 MTCC104D withtheGeorgiaPinesLibrary

THECiTYCOUNCILPROCESS 9:05-10:20am

System. BeforejoiningGPLS,Mike

Lt.Col.DeanBlack,Vice-Chair, Metadata; Technology trends," Values designedanddevelopedapplica-

RenfrewPublicLibraryBoard. andvision tionsfor several technologystart- ,

MAKINGYOURDATAWORK ups,allbasedonOpenSourcetool

Even!yearthelibraryboardpre- HARDERiN SUPPORTING setsandprojects.Mikehasalso

paresa budget,thenwaitsfor PATRONSEARCHAND heldDBAresponsibiJities onseveral

monthsto seeif itsbudgetwillbe DISCOVERYPROCESSES largePostgres installations andis

passedintactintheseuncertain MikeRylander, DataArchitect, 6eorgia anactiveparticipant onseveral

timesof cutbacksandbelt-tighten- PINESConsortium.

Evergreen relatedOpenSource

ing.Consider strategiesboard

projects.

membersandCEOscantaketo Asweexplorenewoptionsfor

helpsmooththebudgetprocess allowingourpatronsgreaterease

throughthecitystaffreview

process, the budgetcommittee

of browsinganddiscoven/inour

on-linecataloguenvironments

330 9:05-10:20am MTCC203D

phase,andthecitycouncildeliber- facetedbrowsing, forexample OLBA'S2006SPOTLIGHTEVENTREPEAT

ations, we'requicklyrealizingthatthe Communitydevelopment WasSession1906onSaturday.

patronexperience canonlybeas

good astheunderlying data a,owsLEADERSHIP ANDADVOCACY SKILLS LEAD

it to be.Variationsin cataloguing

for example, canmake TOEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

327 Withdrawn practices,

9:05-10:20am

searc hardandconfusingfor our U,, h

RECRUITING,BUILDINGAND patrons.Butinvestments indata Ken.aFoc.

NURTURINGA RELATION- normalization, particularlyaround Director, SanJos_StateUniversity School ofInformation Studies.

SHIPWITHYOURCHIEF subjectheadings, canhavea huge

EXECUTIVEOFFICER impactonbothease-of-useand Lastyear,KenHaycockaskedwhatthe differencewasbetweenpublicity,

therelevancyof results.Thedesign publicrelations,marketingandadvocacy. Theansweraffectsanyattempt

ABFO), DIXANS Evergreen ILSprovideda unique ensurethattheirlibrariesaremuchmorethaninformationprovidersif

anddevelopment

opportunityto re-thinkfundamenprocessforthe

to

theyareto

provideeffectiveleadershipincommunitydevelopment.

bethecatalystfor changethateven/community

Boardsmust

needs.The

tal principlesregardingwhichdata plannersaskedhimto repeathesessionforallthenewtrusteesand

328 MTCC203B arestoredinwhichformatsfor returningtrusteeswhowerenotat SuperConference2006.Kenwill add

9:05-10:20am

whatpurposes, andthedesignof a2007perspective. Oneof ourverythoughtful,articulatepractitioners.

Valuesandvision; Planning interfaces thatoptimizetheutility Convenor: SuzanneCutp,2005OLBAPresident, 2007Trusteeof theYear.

CELEBRATIONOF IFLA2008:A CANADA-WIDE LIBRARIES

LouisCabral, Executive Director,

ASTED," C_line6endron, Manager,

International Projects, Libraryand

ArchivesCanada.

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Anenormousamountof planning

isgoingintotheInternational

Federationof Libraryand

InformationAssociationsWorld

Congress in 2008in QuebecCity.

ASTEDistheofficialhostandall

Canadianlibrariansareinvitedto

makethisamemorableoccasion

for delegatescomingfromallover

theworld.Officialprojectsto collecttheCanadianlib(an/experienceandto

shareourexpertise

withthislargeinternational audienceareunderway.Hearwhatis

plannedsofar,whathelpis neededandwhatyoucando.

Convenor: Pascal Lupien,University

of Guelph.

SOLUTTOnS In a cHanGTnG LanDscape 35


Maintenant session1427le

GENERATION

401 samedi

_ CATALOGUE

NEXT

ABFO10ANS

RECHERCHE: SITES,TRUCS 403 ICHBallroom B

ETASTUCES

10:40-11:55am

400 10:40-11:55am MTCC104B JulieRodrigue,

IsabelleMoreau, Coordonnatrice,

Analyste-rechechiste; #quipe THECHANGINGNATUREOF

Technicalservices

OCULA'S SPOTLIGHT EVENT

Recherche et Veille,Caisseded_pOt et THECATALOGUEAND ITS

placement duQuebec, Service d'infor- INTEGRATIONWITHOTHERj_

mation.

DISCOVERYSYSTEMS

INFORMATION IS

402 ICH BallroomA University Librarian forInformation

10:40-11:55am

KarenCalhoun,

Technology andTechnical

SeniorAssociate'

Services,

NOTENOUGH' CREATIVITY:THEARTAND

Management ComellUniversity.

SHAPINGTHEUSER

SKILLOFWRITINGPOLICIES Consider thefactorsaffectingthe

AND 6allWells,Regional

PROCEDURES Coordinator, futureof Iogue.Reviewsomeplanningtools

thelibraryon-linecata-

EXPERIENCE

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joan

NorthernLightsHealth.

sideroptionsforestablishing the

Policies, Standards&Practices, for revitalizingcataloguesandconcatalogueandthecollectionsit

Policiesandprocedures provide describeswithintheframeworkof

Mostraditional libraryservices cleardirection,setthestandards on-lineinformationdiscovery tools

weredesignedwheninforma- andcreateaconsistency inthe ofall kindsBasedonthef ndngs

'

F

tionwasarelativelyscarce workplace. Policiesandprocedures ofa reportpreparedbythespeaker

commodity. Nowthatinforma- setthetonefor governanceand for theLibraryof Congress.

tionisubiquitous, smartlibrari- operationof theorganization, and Convenor: AdamTaves, York _

ansrecognizethattheirprimary areneededinorderto operat effi- University.

productisthe user'sexperience, ciently,avoidemployeeconfusion,

Thislivelysessionexploresthe andensurethatlegalandregulato- 404 Now Session628

newservicemodelsandtech- ryguidelinesarefollowed.Atthis Thursday3:45pm :!

nologiesthatcanhelpusmeet workshopyouwilllearntheskillof WiKiSAND LIBRARIES

ourusers'changingexpecta- wordcrunching, usingawriting DarleneFichter, University of

•tionsinwaysthataddreal stylethatisclearandunderstand- Saskatchewan.

valueandpreserveourrolein ableto thereaders, andthedeveltheeducational

process. Learn opmentof userfriendlymanuals. 405 MTCC203A '

howto keepcustomersatisfac- Convertor: PenkaStoyanova, Credit 10:40-11:55am

tion upandyourownblood

pressuredownbyprovidinga

ValleyHospital. Digitalcollections

HEARINGVOICES?

top qualityuserexperience.

HAMILTONPUBLICLIBRARY'S

E-AUDIOCOLLECTION

c

Formorethan20years,Joan

ss r ra uconsutant

LISTENAND LEARN! ::

FryeWilliamshasbeena suc-

SeanCrowe, SystemsAdministrator,

vendor,planner,designer, evalu-

Branch, AidaRudnik, Technical

atoranduserof computerized

Services, HamiltonPublicLibrary.

Shehasworkedin publicand

HamiltonPublicLibraryshareslesacademic

libraries, for library

sonslearnedasthefirstsystemin!i

Wglams

Frve libraryandinformationsystems, i

atthe CaliforniaStateLibrary.

automationvendors, aswell as

Joanis bestknownasanacute

LibraryandInformation andsometimes irreverent

Technology Consultant. observerof trendsinwhatshe

calls"the culturalanthropology

of librariesandlibraryautomation."

Convenor:CynthiaMcKeich,

SenecaCollege. MichelleRegina , SybilleParry

316 317

36 OLa'S sUPeR conFeRence 2007


Canadato launchOverDrive- Web-basedpublicserver. The beentrainedto managethesesitu- setof Rulesof Conduct.Public

audiobooks. Thispopularcollection implementation of suchaprojectis ations?Cantheyrecognizethe servicestaffmustbepreparedfor

isintegratedwiththelibrarycata- muchmorecomplex,withchal- signsof potentialviolenceinangry anastonishingarrayof problems

Iogueandappearsasanadditional lengesuchasfundraising, customers?Learnwhya "Dealing thatoccurinthepublicarena.This

formatchoice.The initialinvest- automationandtechnologyissues, withDifficultandAngryCustomers" sessionoutlineshowpoliciesand

mentledto manypositiveout- andprojectmanagement for both programisanessential partof any procedures, in-housetrainingand

comes:customershave24/7Web theorganizationandthelibraries library'sHealthandSafetypro- communitypartnershipswill assist

accessto awideselectionofmate- themselves, gram.Onelibrarysharesitsexperi- to keeplibrariesafeandwelcoming.

rial;thecollectionismoreflexible Convenor: GeoffSinclair,Nipissing enceinimplementingsucha pro- Convenor:MarilynPowell,

to meetpopulardemands; it is University. gramandhowit tappedintothe BurlingtonPublicLibrary.

morecost-effective thantraditional

resourcesof theEducationSafety

booksonCD;andit isparticularly 407 MTCC2060 Associationof Ontario. 411 MTCC203C

attractiveto studentsandcom- 10:40-11:55am Convenor:DianBorek,Toronto 10:40-11:55am

muters.LearnfromthreeHamilton Buildingandrenovation PublicLibrary. Programs andservices

PublicLibrarystaffmemberswith 35 IDEASIN 75 MINUTES: A WRITINGCAMP

threecomplementary areasof MERCHANDISINGIN YOUR 409 MTCC104D FORADULTS?

expertise intechnical services, sys- LIBRARY 10:40-11:55am YOUCAN DO ITTOO!

temsadministration andvirtual Ateamofmerchandising specialists to Programs andservices

MarshaSkrypuch, author,Brantford

libraryservicedelivery. A mustfor beannounced. Sponsored byBrodart OUTSTANDINGOUTREACH AdultWritingCampinitiator;Sharon

anyoneconsidering thepurchaseof CanadaFurniture. RoxanneRissanen, Children's Services Brooks, Director, KidsCanFly,

e-audioformats,anda greatoppor-

Librarian, SaultSte.MariePublic Brantford AdultWritingCamp.

tunityto asktargetedquestions. Theevolutionof librarieshas Library.

Convenor:DaphneWood,Hamilton placedgreaterdemandsondevel-

Afterrunninga wildlysuccessful

PublicLibrary. opingdynamicandinvitingenvi- Learnandsharetipsandtechniqueschildren'swritingcampfortwo

ronments. Learnhowto approach forprovidingoutreachto children summers,BrantfordBookCamp

406 MTCC203D newlibraryprojectsora library andtheirfamiliesinyourcommuni- plungedintoa newadventure.

10:40-11:55am "make-over"andlearncreative ty.Librariescanreachunderserved PartneringwithWilfridLaurier

Technicalservices; Collaboration waysto achievea "freshexpefi- populationsina positive, funway University, BrantfordPublicLibrary,

THEJOINTAUTOMATION enceforyourpatronsonevery whileincreasingourexposurein BrantCountyLibrary,bothlocal

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anniversary year.Ourcontributions JamivanHaaftenand6urvinder culturallyrelevanteducational

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pitotteenmembershiprojectwas fieldsof volunteerism, advocacy, Association. illness,(2)designnewclinicaland

conceivedandputin motion.The fundraisingandcommunitypart- informationpracticesto deliver

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handsof everystudentandteacher promotionof Friendsof Libraries to the supportof healthlibrary resources. Froma librarianshiperat

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stratehowotherlibrariescaneasily

informationintheformofpatient

replicatethismodelusingfree educationhasbecomea keycorn- 4. SPECIALCOLLECTIONSAT

Web-basedbloggingsoftware, ponentinthedeliveryof health RYERSONUNIVERSITY

WaterlooPubliclibraryhopesthat care,meetingpatientexpectations LIBRARY

thepostersessionwill demystify

asmuchasthedesireof clinicians MeganHarrisandRomaKail,

bloggingtechnologyandencour-

to reinforceadherence to care RyersonUniversityLibrary.

ageotherlibrariesto makeuseof

plans.Havingaccessto quality

thisinnovative, successful andcost

informationis particularlycriticalas RyersonUniversityoffersprograms

effectivecommunications tool. thepopularityof searchingfor on- andcoursesinawiderangeof

linehealth-related information subjects. TheUniversity's library

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holdingsareaclearrepresentation MichelleArbuckleandTodie libraryinteractionsandinformation atedthem.DesignersneedtO

ofthisdiverseacademicommuni- Winter,PrincessMargaretHospital, searchesconductedbyvolunteers, addresscommonissueslikeuser

ty.AddingSpecialCollections to PatientandFamilyLibrary. It willalsohighlightheprocesses needs,administration, contentcurtheLibrary'sholdingsdemonstrates

takento developacomprehensive,rencyanddisplayconsistency,

theuniversity'scommitment to Volunteersatthe Patientand evidence-based approachto train- encouraginguserbuy-in, .andan

outstandingandrelevant,educa- FamilyLibrary,PrincessMargaret ingvolunteersinthefollowing increasingneedfordynamicWeb

tionalopportunities.Fourmain Hospitalbringwiththemmanydif- areas:libraryprocesses and workspacefor collaboration.iThis

collectionscomprisethisnew ferentlifeexperiences froma wide resources, technologyskillsandon- sessionwill presentexamplesof

learningenvironment of historical varietyof backgrounds. Often lineevaluationstrategies, andpsy- overwhelming, underusedand

artifacts,photographicbooks,pho- theseindividualstrugglewiththe chosocial skills, dynamicintranethomepages,dia- l

tographicnegatives, audiovisual rolesexpectedof themwithinthe gramsmappingusergroups

material,andtextualfiles.This PatientEducationProgram.In 7. REDESIGNINGYOUR accordingto theirworkflowdMpostersessionwilladdressthedif-

orderto addressthespectrumof LIBRARYINTRANET: sions,anda prototypehomepage

ficultiesof acquiringsuchcollec- skillsrequiredinthisrolethe IDENTIFYINGUNIQUE reflectingshorttermrecommendationsandmakingthemaccessible

PatientEducationProgramhas NEEDSFOREFFECTIVE tions.Thechallengeforanysysto

alargecommunity. It willalso developeda comprehensive train- REGENERATION temslibrarianorWebmanageris

illustratetheroleof Special ingprogramto ensurethatvolun- JessicaPosgate, Alex

to redesigntheirlibrary'sintranet

Collectionswithinthecontextand teersarepreparedfor thehigh MacCutcheon, Universityof to meetspecificstaffneedsand

scopeof RyersonUniversity.The demandsof thelibraryenviron- Toronto,Facultyof Information: uniqueorganizational workfiows.

sessionwill reveathowRyerson mentandthatstaffarecomfort- Studies. Firstgenerationintranetproblems

UniversityLibraryoffersaccessto ablewiththeirknowledgebase. arecommon, andlibrarieswill need

thecollectionswhileensuringlong Intranetsareincreasinglypopular to anticipatetheseissuesasthey

timeuseof thematerial, through Thisposterdemonstrates the for libraryorganizations, butthese workto balancetheimmediate

properhousingandpreservation, strategiesandresources thatare systemsarenotalwaysbuiltto andfuturedemandsof librarystaff.

usedto improvethequalityof expandwiththelibrariesthatcre-

5. DIGITALIMAGE

PRESENTATIONS IN THE

MOREPOSTERSESSIONS ONFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2,ATEXPO2007.Seepage71.

UTSCCLASSROOM

Heather61erum,Universityof

TorontoScarborough Library.

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Scarborough asthelocusforexper- .

imentation, thisposterwill lookat

the resources forworkingwithdigitalimagesat

UTSCandwillconcentrateoninstructorsof

art and

art history.1-hefollowingquestions

will beconsidered:Whatarethe

mainsourcesofdigitalimages?To

whomdothesesourcesbelong?

Howaretheyfunded?Howwere

theyestablished?Itwill includea

descriptionof theresourcesand

discusspecialfeaturesof particularinterestto

facultyandhowthe

resourcescanbeaddedto,or otherwisetailoredto

suitthe needsof

individual facultymembersorspecificdisciplines?Observations

and

conclusionswill bepresented.

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SO0 MTCC 105-106

ALLCONFERENCE EVENT

THEFUTUREOF

SEARCH

BRADLEY

HOROWITZ

VicePresident,ProductStrategy, Yahoo!

Initseffortsto re-toolforWeb2.0,Yahoo!hasbeenre-thinking

manyofthemostfundamental elementsoftheuserexperience -

a dauntingchallengefor a companythathasthelargestaudience

onthenet:withhalfa billionusersvisitingitspropertiesevery

month,andovertwicethepageviewsworldwideof Google.

Centralto thisre-think,isa beliefthathumanjudgmentneedsto

integratedbackintothesearchprocess.Comehearabout

Yahoo!'sresearchinthisarea- andhowrecentacquisitions like

del.icio.usandFlickrfit in itsoverall"FUSE"vision:helpingusers

notonlyFindinformation,butUseit, Shareit andExpanduponit.

Bradley Horowitz

®&_

isVicePresident of ProductStrategy, atYahoo!'sheadofficein _ o&@_

Cupertino,California.Histeamisresponsible

leadingYahoo!'s

effortsinbuildingnext-generation searchtechnologies - and

includestheYahoo!DeveloperNetwork,theAdvancedProducts

Group,YahooResearchBerkeley(acentrefor SocialMedia

Research), TechnologyDevelopment Group,Methods& Practices

Group.Bradley'sgrouphasalsoplayeda pivotalroleintheacquisitionof

companies likedel.icio.usandFlickr.

Priorto Yahoo!,BradleyfoundedVirage, thecompanywidelyrecognizedasthemarketcreatorandleaderfor

advancedmedia

indexingandanalysis.Hehelpedgrowthecompanyfrom"a

garagestart-up"throughitsNASDAQIPO.Bradleywasa PhDcandidateat

theMITMediaLabandholdsa MSinMediaScience

fromMITanda BSinComputerSciencefromtheUniversityof

Michigan.Heblogsat http://www.elatable.comlblogl

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PRESENTATIONOFTHEOLADISTINGUISHEDSERVICE

AWARDTOROBERTA(BOBBLE)HENLEY

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412 412 413,625,1422 414 414

,SharonArmstrong ValerieChartrand LanaL.Peck CaitlinWilliams SuzanneCulp

415,622,1325 417 418 422,608,1107,1923 427,627

JoyceCunningham JohannaWellheiser JohnDupuis JamesRoy SlavkoManojlovich

427 428 429 603 605

JaniceMutz SylviaRenaud DonMills DaphneWood JenniferHorwath i

606 606 615,1116 617,1915 618,1910

ValerieSherrard RoseDodgson CindyMatthews ValerieBureau CarolKoechlin

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601 604 MTCC201D

MaintenantJeudi,I0h40_ 1Ih55 3:45-5:00pm

ABFO/_ 10ANS

Research dissemination," Publishing

ACADEMICLIBRARY

OUI, LESGAR(_ONSLISENT CONSORTIA:POLICYAND

600 3:45-5:00pm

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CathyMaskell,

OPLA' SPOTLIGHTEVENT MTCC104B

AssociateUniversity

livre,Ottawa," LouiseGodbout-Legault, Librarian, LeddyLibrary, University of

Coordonnatrice desservices en Windsor.

fran_ais, Service desbiblioth_ques

I'Ontario-Sud.

LearnhowCanadianacademic

YOURLIBRARY

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librarydirectorsviewconsortia.

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ISSUES

tionshipsinthatparadigm(i.e.

tributingto achangingscholarly

602 MTCC206B amongacademic

academic librariesandpublishers)?

libraries,between

6ovemmentprograms andservices

OLAUPDATE2007

consortiaonthe professional roles

Learntheirviewsontheeffectsof

of academic librarians. Thedirec-

PUBLICLIBRARIESAND tors'viewswill bedrawntogether

LibrariesTransformCommunities GOVERNMENTPRIORITIES: to situateacademic libraryconsoristhethemechosenbyLeslie

A CHANGINGLANDSCAPE tin activitywithinthebroadframe-

Burger, AmericanLibrary

Association(ALA)President and

LudlleRoch,DeputyMinister, Ministry workof thescholarlyinformation

of Culture. cycleto explorethe questionof

Princeton(N.J.)PublicLibrary

whetherconsortiasupportlibrary

Director,asherpresidential ini- Therearemanychangesthisyear idealsofthepublicgood(e.g.,

tiative.Burgerhassaid,"We inthewaytheMinistryof Culture freedomof access), or,ontheother

knowthatwhenlibrariesare isconductingbusinessandreview hand,pushacademic librariesinto

transformedeitherbynewsew- hasbeenintheairacrossthe a morecompetitive,marketecoiceprograms,

renovations, or wholegovernment. Thisis atimeof nomicpositioninthescholarly

newbuildingsthatthecommu- opportunityandexpectation. The informationcycle.

nitiestheyserveareinturn relationshipsestablishedwith Convenor: TanisFink,Seneca

transformed...Whencustomers KnowledgeOntario,ServiceOntarioCollege.

realizetheyaregettingmore andothercurrentinitiativesenliven

fromtheirlibraries, theybecome thisanticipatedsession. 605 ICH Oakville

advocatesandpassionatesup- Convenor: CatherineDowdoOrillia 3:45-5:00pm

portersfor learninnewanddifferentways."

whatwedo,and PublicLibraryBoard,OLBA President 2007. Bestpractices;

Institutional repositories Collaboration; (_H

SUCCES STORIESFOR I _ 8

Burgershareherobservations 603 ICHHumber TOTALDIGITALCOLLECTION

Leslie

onhowlibrariestransformcorn- 3:45-5:00pm MANAGEMENT

arere-engineering services to WORDSAT LARGE University Librarian (IT),Memorial

_u_,_s howtoday,slibraries Authorsandwriting SlavkoManojlovich,

University ofNewfoundland," Associate Mark

dearwithdigitalproductsand ]amesRoy,Canadian Broadcasting Jordan, HeadofLibrarySystems,

."ur-er

downloadableaudiobooksand Discover thelateston Wordsat

likeonelectroniCdemand,bOokS,MP3

Corporation.

University.W'AC" BennettLibrary, SimonFraser

on-linesearchandhowwe can Large,CBC'sportalonliterature Everseesomethingamazingand

American Library adapto thesechangesand andliteracyevents.Wordsat Large wonderhowtheydidit? Heartwo

AssociationPresident demandswithoutlosingsightof isaWebportalwhichprovides storiesaboutsuccessful multi-secourcoremissionandvalues,

accessto radioprogramming, pod- tor regionaldigitalarchivesthat

casts,a blog,listsandinformation areaccessible throughasingle

Convenor: KarenMcGrath,OPLA thatwill entertainandinformyou searchinterface.Learnaboutmeta-

President, ChiefExecutive onthewrittenwordin Canadand dataanddigitizationstandards,

Officer,Niagara-on-the-Lake aroundtheworld, softwareusedandthevarious

PublicLibrary. www.cbc.ca/wordsatlarge formsofcollaborations andpartnershipsinwhichtheseinstitutions

wereinvolved.

OPLAINVITESYOUTOMEETLESLIEBURGERATA SPECIALRECEPTION

Convenor: DanielBoivin,OCLC

INHERHONOURFOLLOWING THEPRESENTATION. SEEPAGE48.

Canada.

51


606 ICH Halton healthrecord,consortial/provincial

3:45-5:00pm

licensing,programmaticmodelsof

Institutional repositories patientcentricportals.Thissession PRIVILEGES

THETWOSOLITUDES:

Bestpractices; Collaboration; caredelivery,

will provideanoverviewof Telehealth, and current L_ BORROWING

ACADEMICAND PUBLIC strategicdirectionsforhealth 609 MTCC201F

LIBRARIES librariesinrelationto present 3:45-5:00pm

JaniceMutz,/nstrudion Librarian, healthcare trendsfromthe per- Innovation," Bestpractices

Chancellor Paterson Library, Lakehead spectiveof bothinformation

University; SylviaRenaud, Head, providersandinformationseekers.

Reference Department, Thunder Bay

THINKINGBEYOND

PublicLibrary. Convenor:ChenLi,CreditValley ONEMESSAGE

Hospital.

FORALL

Librariesareoftenisolatedintheir

own"solitudes".Learnhowan

academicandpubliclibrarycollab- LIBRARIANSHIP Uwe 5tueck_1_af_

oratedto bringinformationliteracy ASA PROFESSION ChiefMarketing Officer, Lowe'sCanada.

to highschoolteachersandstudents.Thebenefits:bothlibraries

608 MTCC206F

promotedtheirservices/e-cotlec- 3:45-5:00pm

Librarysignage, bookstuffers, magazines, ourWebsitehomepages.

tionsto usergroupswhose

20

Career

TiPSFORRE-AWAKENING

development

Librarieshavetendedto

thegrowingimportanceof

thinkintermsof

ourWebpresenceandotherdigital

onemessageforall.But

researchneedsoftenoverlap. PASSIONFORYOURWORK communications opensupnewpossibilities for morepersonalized

Convenor:MarilynMcDermott, CaitlinWilliams, President, New communications streams.

MohawkCollege.

Directions fortheGoodLife,LLC, Thissessionwill discussthebasicsof CustomerRelationship

607 MTCC203A Successful WorkingWomen, Inc. Marketing- touchingonconceptslikepermissionvs.interruption

3:45-5:00pm

Ifyourcareer is infull-flightand

marketing, providingmessages at thepointof needor interest,cus-

Collaboration; Partnerships; Planning youhaveplentyof expertise, but tomersegmentationmodels,andpersonalized communication deliv-

CANYOUSAY

notquiteasmuchexcitement for eryoptions. Uwewill alsosharecasestudiesof successful imple-'I

COLLABORATIONWITH yourjobasyou'dlike,thissession mentations, andtouchonpossibilities fortheirapplicationina

INNOVATION? isforyou.It'spackedwithideasto libraryenvironment.

STRATEGICDiRECTiONS keepyouengaged,growing(no

FORHEALTHLIBRARIES matterwhatyourjobtitle),and Owe Stueckmann

Rebecca Zakoor, Manager, Health findingwaysto makeadifference, hasworkedwithsomeof themostprestigiousmarketingorganiza-

Sciences Library, St.Michael's Hospital You'llbuildastrategyfor returning tionsinCanada, amongthemTheLoyaltyGroup(AirMiles),Petroto

yourjobre-energized andfocus- Canada(Petro-Points) andBMWCanadaInc.to designandimple-i

Healthlibrariesarefastbecoming edonhowyoucandemonstrate mentsomeof themostsophisticatedCRMsolutionsin North

partofthe "DNA"oftheirparent yourstrengthsforyourownbenefit America.Mostrecently, hewasVice-President, Marketingat

institutions. Theadventofthe andforthatof yourorganization. ShoppersDrugMart.

LHINs(LocalHealthIntegration Convenor: JackieMcFarlan, Withfiscalyear2005salesof $43.2billion,Lowe'sCompanies, Inc.

Networks), combinedwithavariety OshawaPublicLibrary.

of trendsinhealthcarerequirethat

isa FORTUNE®50companythatservesapproximately12million

customersa weekat morethan1,275homeimprovement storesin

healthlibrariescollaborateand 609 MTCC201F 49states.Basedin Mooresville, N.C.,the 60-yearoldcompanyis ,

innovatewhileplanningtheir 3:45-5:00pm thesecond-largest homeimprovement retailerintheworld.Lowe's,

strategicfuture.Healthlibraries BORROWING PRIVILEGES recentlyannounced thatit will launchaseriesof Canadianstoresin

mustakeanactiveroleincollabo- THINKINGBEYONDONE

ratingwithkeystakeholders

MESSAGEFORALL

2007.Uwerecentlyjoinedthelaunchexecutive teamasVice

relationto awidevarietyof health UweStueckmann, ChiefMarketing President,Marketing. l,_l_l;_Devel°ped by"

caretrends,includingbutnotlimitedto

thefollowing:theelectronic

Officer, LowesCanada.

Seeboxfordetails.

Convenor: SallyGrande,OshawaPublicLibrary.

SandiZwaan KevinBradbeer AdeleKostiak DarleneFichter MargaretAndrewes

623 624 627,1804 628,1321 1000

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GENERATION aboutcommunities andgroups 3:45-5:00pm 3:45-5:00pm

O CATALOGUE NEXT servedbyexistingservices?What thataren'twellserved?Wholooks

aftertheirneeds?Ifsuchaservice

613 Governance andpolicies, Withdrawn Trustees

COMMUNITYRELATIONS

616 Social networking; MTCC206A Information literacy

CITIZENS,PUNDITSAND

610 MTCC206D weredeveloped, whatformshould AND FUNDRAISING SCHOLARS: IN DEFENCE

3:45-5:00pm it take?Whoisgoingto staffsuch OF BLOGS

Creativity; Planning; Valuesandvision a service?Whatimpactmightit 614 ICHGrenadier MarkRobertson, KalinaGrewal,

NOTSOCONFIDENTIAL: haveonpublic,schoolandaca- 3:45-5:00pm Reference Librarians, YorkUniversity.

EXPOSING2.0 WEBSITES .demiclibraryservicesorothercom- Technology

JohnBlyberg, Systems Administrator munityinformationservices?To WHATDO BOARDSNEEDTO Thepresentersargueforthe imporandLeadDeveloper,

AnnArborDistrict whomwouldthe servicebemar- KNOWABOUTTECHNOLOGY tanceof theblogasa sourceof

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keted?Somanyquestions, with HeleneGolden, LibraryTechnology historicallyandgeographically spefewobviousoreasyanswers.So

Consultant, SouthernOntarioLibrary cific,contentrichmaterialthat

Howdoweevenbeginto provide lastspring,a KnowledgeOntario Service. librarieshouldtreatasa bonafide

Web-basedserviceto ourpatrons committeeof virtualreference resource. Explorethe potentialreleina

2.0world?Whatdoes2.0 expertsandstakeholders discussed Technologyplaysa vitalrolein vanceof blogsintheacademic

meanto librariesandhowshould thesetoughissuesandtheresultis librariestoday,buttheterminology context,theuseof blogsasapedwebepreparingfor

it?Consider AskOntario.Learnaboutthe itself,andwhatthevarioustech- agogical tool ininformationliteracy

thelatestrendsin libraryWeb progressofAskOntarioandthe nologiesdoandhowtheyfit classesand/orin on-linetutorials,

sitesandtheservicesprovided planto develo provincewidecol- togethercanbeoverwhelming. This andthechallengeblogspresent for

throughthem.Specificexamples laborativevirtualreference. Have sessionpresentsanoverviewof collections. Whatroledowe have

will giveyouanideaof whatsome yoursayonthiscontroversial and librarytechnologyanditsusesin inorganizingaccessto them?

librariesarecurrentlydoing.From importanttopic.Itsvirtuallyguar- non-technical language. Convenor: AdamTaves, York

socialOPACs to Netflix-likeservice, anteedthatthesparkswill fly!

University.

learnwherewemightgofrom Convenor: GerdaMolson,Acting

hereandthetoolsnecessary to ExecutiveDirector,Knowledge 615 MTCC201C 617 MTCC202C

makeit happen.Thissessionwill Ontario. Governance andpoficies 3:45-5:00pmpm

candidlyhighlighta numberof BOARDPOLICIES: Portals; Communities

waysyourlibrarycanpreparefor a _ AN IMPORTANTCHALLENGE COMMUNITYPORTALSAND

redressingsomefundamental READING System. MYHAMILTON.CAA NEW

majorWebsiteredesignprojectby aspectsof yourinformationtech- _ THEFORESTOF DonMiffs,Director, Mississauga Library THEPUBLICLIBRARY:

MODEL

nologyprocesses andinfrastructure.612 MTCCZ03D Comeandhearonelibrary'story KitDarling, DaphneWood,Hamilton

Convenor: JohnDupuis,York 3:45-5:00pm of howtheysimplified, codified PublicLibrary.

andregularized thecareandfeed-

University.

THEAUthors2006and

readingWHiTE PINE ingoftheirpolicies. TheMississaugaTheHamiltonPublicLibraryin part-

611 ICHKingsway AND GOLDENOAK PublicLibraryBoardhascompleted nershipwiththeCityof Hamilton,

3:45-5:00pm AWARDWINNERS a setof policiesundertheCarver McMasterUniversity, Mohawk

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Statistics andsurveys," Planning;

Management

Wikis," Social software

WIKISAND LIBRARIES:

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DATA:OPTIMIZINGPUBLIC USERS 2003,elleracontedeslivresaux

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INTELLIGENCE

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CarlThompson, CountingOpinions University ofSaskatchewan.

Dominique raconte.

(SOU/RE) Ltd.;publiclibrarysenior

management personTBA.

What'sawikiandwhywouldyou

wantone?Doyouneedto share

In allourdiscussionof strategies to

Takingcontrolof yourquantitative knowledgebetter,find aneasier

promotereadingto children,have

wayto publishinformationorcol-

wetakenthetimeto awakenthem

andqualitativedatameans

to theextraordinary richnessof

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bookasa "sacredplace"forchillibrarypatrons.Popopenthehood

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variousmanipulated'groups

includ-andof awikiandpeerinsideto learn

uemer$ drento developtheircreativeimagi-

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pality.Theseffortsrequireprecious rollingoutawikiina librarysetting, andscreenwriter.

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staffresources andyet,inmost Convenor: ClaireHazard,St.

for L'actualit_, lecturerat the

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availablefor meaningful useuntil Sessionenfran_ais, andliterarycriticforLeDevoir.One

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mat_oo Studies deI'Universit_ McGill. TalinVartanian, Executive Producer,

CanadaReads, CBCToronto.

calledStephenHeppellAcqu_rirdeshabilet_sdeleader-

,_

Europe'sleadingon- shipestund_fiparticulierpourleE AveteranCBCproducerwill talk

sp_cialistes del'informationqui aboutCanadaReads,oneof the

lineeducationexpert, ontsouventpeud'occasionspour country'spremierliteraryevents,

leEd_velopper. Ceshabilet_sont andaboutaworkin.progress,

Stephen' spectacularappear- essentielles nonseulement pourleE CanadaReadsforTeens. Thiswill

anceat the HongKongconfer- gestionnaires enpostemais_gale- beanactivesession, offeringdeleenceof

the International mentpourtousceuxquidoivent

g_rerdesressources humaines,

gatesanopportunityto share

ideas,andto consultwithanexpe-

Associationof SchoolLibrarian- financi_resetautresafinder_alis- riencedjournalistaboutthechalshipmadehim

someonewe erdesobjectifset duesprojets.Le lungestheyfaceingarneringi,

hadto bringto you.Stephen butdel'atelierestd'examiner des mediaattentionfortheirlibrary.

spenta quarterof a century exemplesd'individusquiont su

buildingUltralab,a world- meneratermedesprojetset d'en 1103 MTCC201D ;

leadinglearning-technology ressortir leEcaract_ristiques princi- 9:05-10:20am

researchcentrewith anenvi- pales.Carsi leleadership estimpor- Curriculumandlearning," Reference and

ableglobalreputationfor cre- tantpourtous,ilexistedifferents

stylesetdiversescomp_tences _

research," Users

LANGUAGELEARNINGIN'

ativity,innovationandcommon

sense.He now headshisown

d_velopper. THELIBRARY:EXPLORING

HOWESLSTUDENTSUSE

policy,researchand practice Acquiringleadershipskillsisapar- ACADEMICLIBRARIES 4'

consultancyHeppell.net,at the ticularchallengefor information KarenBordonaro, Ph.D. information

heartof a networkof innova- specialists whocanfindfew occa- LiteracyServices/Instruction Co-ordinative

collaboratorsworldwide, sionsto developthem.Theseskills tor,JamesA.GibsonLibrary,MingXu,

areessential notonlyfor manage-

Stephenchairsor sitson a mentpositionsbutalsoforall ' 6raduateStudent,

BrockUniversity. M.A.TESLProgram, ;

numberof boardsand commit- thosewho mustcarryoutobjec- HowdoESL(English-as-a-second

with humanresources, finances, libraries?Thissessionwill reporton

termvirtualschoolproducing andotherareasofwork. TheseE-

Notschool.netalong tivesandprojectswhileworking language)students useacademic

exceptionalsuccessfor children

excludedfromschoolby circumstancesorbehaviour;

Teachers' TVa radicalnewTV

channelfor teacherswith over

800 programson-line,podcast

andbroadcastraditionally;the

government'sBuildingSchools

for the Futureworkinggroup;

the BBC'sambitiouslylarge

OLADistinguishedService DigitalCurriculumproject,and

UNESCOgroupsin Europeand LauraE.Briggs Dr.JamesM.Skidm0re

•Awardwinner2007. SouthEastAsia. 1113 1113

64 OL8'S sUPeR conFeRence 2007


theresultsof arecentstudyand 1105 ICHKingsway _ _ NEXT

experiences workingwith non- Digital services; Reference services; ASA PROFESSION CATALOGUE

will

nativespeakersof

askparticipants

Englishinthe

to sharetheir 9:05-10:20am

Research dissemination

_[_ LIBRARIANSHIP _ GENERATION

library.Attendeeswiltbeableto WINDOWSTM OF 1107 MTCC206A 1109 MTCC104D

viewthe libraryin anewlight,asa OPPORTUNITY: FACULTY 9:05-10:20am Supported by

placeforpeopleto improvetheir SDIIN THE21STCENTURY Career development," Persona/

languagelearning.Attendeeswill Heather Matheson, Reference Librarian,development usability ! matters

gaininsightsonhowto workmore CarletonUniversity Library. WHAT'SNEXT? 9:05-10:20am

effectivelywithESLstudents,and YOURCAREERATTHE innovation; Technology trends

willleavewithsomeconcretesug- Academic facultywantto receive THIRD-QUARTERMARK THEPUBLICLIBRARY

gestionsonhowtosupporthe informationfromtheirlibrarians CaitlinWilliams, President, New CATALOGUE: AN

internationalization effortsof butnottoo much,andonlyonpar- Directions forthe6oodLife,LLC, OUTSIDER'SPERSPECTIVEI

Canadiancollegesanduniversities,ticulartopics."Selectivedissemina- Successful WorkingWomen, Inc. THROUGHOTHEREYES

Convenor: SairaMall,Seneca tionof information"(SDI)haslong Moderator: TerryCostantino, Principal

College. beena hallmarkof information Beingaveteraninyourfieldandin andInformation Architect, Usability

professionals seekingto satisfy yourjobbringsbothchallenges Matters. JohnRobertson, Director,

_: 1104 ICH BallroomA

9:05-10:20am

suchexpectationsofselectivity, but

arewe evolvingwiththetimes?

andopportunities. Whatwouldyou

liketo donextinyourworkandin

ClientExperience, IntemetChannel,

OBCJamesMcNab, Director, Product

Statistics andsurveys," Numeracy and Seepractical, real-lifeexamples yourlife?Ifyou'reunsureof your Design LavalifeCorp.; BrendaSzymborski,

literacy," Reference services thatillustratehowacademiclibrari- direction,orif you'rejustlooking PMPManager, CBCCAProject Manage-

STATISTICALITERACYAT anscanemployemergingtech- forexcitingideasto growand mentOffice,CBC/Radio-Canada.

- THEREFERENCEDESK nologies(beyonde-mail!)for more shapeyourfuture(insideandout-

SuzetteGiles,Data,Mapand6/S simplifiedandefficientSDIliaisons sideyourworkplace), thissession Threeof Canada'sleadingUser

Librarian, Ryerson University; Laine withfacultymembers, willgiveyoueverythingyouneed. Experience designerssharetheir

Ruus,DataService Librarian, UniversityConvenor: KatherineWallis, Comeandlearna modelfor thoughtsontheexperiencewhich

of Toronto; JeffMoon, HeadMADGIC GeorgianCollege. exploringyourThird-Quarter theon-linelibrarycataloguepro-

(maps, Dat and6ovemment

options,andleavewitha personal- vides.Theyevaluatetheapplication

Information Centre), Stauffer Library, 1106 ICH Ontario ly designedplanforyourfuture throughtheirowneyes,asprofes-

Queen's University. 9:05-10:20am thatyoujustcan'twaitto imple- sionalsinthefield,andthrough

Librarianshavelongbeeninvolved Web2.0;B/ogging, Wikis;RSS ment. theeyesof users.Sharetrendsthey

in promotingliteracy(akaread- HEALTHLIBRARY2.0: Convenor:NicolePatterson, seeonthehorizonfor UserExperiing)..,but.whatabouthe

'other' DELIVERINGWEBSERVICES OshawaPublicLibrary. encedesign,andkeyprioritiesfor

literacy?Learnaboutheneedfor WITHWEB2.0

AmandaEtches-Johnson,

TOOLS

Reference 1108 MTCC206D

theevolutionof applications.

statistical literacyandhowto bring Librarian, McMaster University. 9:05-10:20am _'_

themessagehomeatthereference

Innovation; Bestpractices

THEFORESTOF

desk.Exploretheissueof statistical Web2.0toolsbuilda dynamic BORROWING PRIVILEGES

literacybywayof practical exam- Webpresenceandallowfor simpli- KEEPINGIDEASFRESH:

_ READING

pies.Wewill alsolookat whatthe fledinformationdissemination and BUILDINGAND SUSTAINING 1110 MTCC206B

literaturetellsusabouthowpeople Web-basedcollaboration. Thisses- A CULTUREOF PERPETUAL 9:05-10:20am

interpretnumbers.

sionwill exploresome.of theways INNOVATION Authorsandwriting

Convenor:MarilynMcDermott, inwhichhealthlibrariescanmake PietroSatriano, Executive Vice THEBLUESPRUCEAWARD

MohawkCollege. useoftoolssuchasblogs,RSS, President, LoblawCompaniesLimited; WINNERS2006

andwikis,andintroducepractical President, LoblawBrandsLimited. GeorgeElliott,author,andAndrej

tipsandbestpracticesforusing

Krystoforski, illustrator, whowonthe

thesetoolsin healthlibraries. Fordetails,seeboxonnextpage. BlueSpruceAwardwiththeirbook,

Convenor:HelenLeeRobertson,

TheBoyWhoLovedBananas.

Universityof Calgary.

Picturebookspresentheirown

SarahHarrison CathyGrant ValerieRidgway JeanMalavoy ToddPennell

1115 1120,1807 1120 1301 1303

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FRESH:BUILDINGAND

SUSTAININGA CULTUREOF

PERPETUALINNOVATION

Pietro Satriano,

fascination.Meetnotonlythesto- community. WPLprovidesMP3:

n/tellerbuttheillustrator.Howthey playersfor loancompletewithi

worktogetherandhowcomple- walkingtoursofthe city'sUptown

mentaryapproaches to thecreative area.Inthissession, youwill learn

spiritarefoundwill bediscussed, howthe libraryplannedthe pr6j-

BORROWING Convenor: PaulAxford,Clarington ect,enabledlocalpartnerships and

PRIVILEGES PublicLibrary. overcameobstacles to providethis

niftynewserviceto thelocalcom-

1108 MTCC206D 1111 ICH Humber munityandtouriststo theareai

9:05-I0:20am 9:05-I0:20am Convenor: JulieHannaford,OISE,

Innovation; Bestpractices

Technical services

UniversityofToronto.

CONTRIBUTETOTHE

KEEPINGIDEAS COLLECTIVECOLLECTION, 1113 MTCC206E

COMRADE

9:05-I0:20am

RossSinger, ApplicationDeveloper, Information Literacy

Georgia TechLibraryand lnformation THEROLEOFTHE 'i

Centre•

LIBRARIANIN AN ON-LINE

COURSE

'

TheLibrary'scatalogueis consid- Dr.JamesM.Skidmore, Associate:

ENVIRONMENT

ereda representation of itscollection.However,

it isreallyjustan

Professor, Department of Germanic and

SlavicStudies, LauraBriggs, Chemistry

Executive VicePresident, LoblawCompanies Limited;

inventoryof thelibrary'scollection LibrariandLT3,University

of

President, LoblawBrandsLimited.

development policiesandbudget Waterloo.

cycles. Itdoesnotnecessarily

President'sChoicebrandshavealwaysstoodfor innovationinthis reflectheactualresources and : Seehowthelibrary'sroleat the

country.Twenty-three yearsago,LoblawlauncheditsfirstPCprod- actualpatronuse.Communicat LT3Centrefacilitatedco-operation

uctintheInsider'sReportandtoday,theteamat LoblawBrands allowsourusersto addto ourcol- withfaculty,whatimpacthe ;

Limitedintroducesalmost500newproductsever year. lectionandorganizeit intotheir coursemanagement technology'

PietroSatrianowill talkaboutwherethe ideascomefrom,andthe ownpersonal

canthensharewithothers.Itthen,

librarieswhichthey

tion

hadontheintroductionof

literacy,andexplorethe

informa-

plaCe

processes usedto deliberatelysourcenewideas,includinga discus- becomesanOPAC, socialbook- ofthe libraryintechnologicallysionoftheimportanceof

Loblaw'svendorcommunityto this marker,citationmanager, research enhancedcourseinstruction. The

process.,

guide,reservesystem, andinstruc- presenterswill explainthepeda-:

tionallearningtool.

gogicalbackgroundto boththeir

PietroSatrianoisExecutiveVice-President, LobtawBrandsLimited, Convenor: JenniferCyr,Conestoga choicesof tasksandthetechnolbanda

memberofthe LoblawCompanies seniormanagement College. gytheyusedto deliverthoseta_ks.

team. PietroandtheLoblawBrandsteamareresponsible forthe

Convenor:CarolStephenson,

strategicdirection,productdevelopment, qualityassuranceand 1112 ICH Oakville WilfridLaurierUniversity.

marketingof aportfolioof over5,000productsoldexclusively in 9:05-10:20am

the company'sstores. , Digitalservices 1114 MTCC201C

PODCASTING:DELIVERING 9:05-I0:20am

Witha degreeinEconomics fromHarvardUniversity, Pietrospent HERITAGEWALKINGTOURS Collaboration," Partnerships

several yearsasa strategyconsultant inEuropeand.North. CathyMatyas, ChiefLibrarian, WORKINGWITHYOUR

America.

Waterloo PublicLibrary.

MUNICIPALIT

DEPARTMENT?

Convenor: SamCoghlan,CEO, In 2006,theWaterlooPublic INGREDIENTSFORSUCCESS

StratfordPublicLibrary,

Developedh;t_linby Libraryincollaborationwitha WalterGasparini, Director Information

OntarioLibraryAssociation _c_11_qqsl numberof communitypartners, Systems, RegionofWaterloo; Christine

President-Elect 2008. _ developedapodcastingprojecto 5wenor, Director, Information

"" deliverheritageinformationto the TechnologySeMces, CityofHamilton.

WarrenHolder MelanieBoyd M.J.D'Elia KarenHunt MarilynMcDermott

1304 1305 1305 1305 1305

66 OLa'S sUPeR conFeRence 2007

l


Howstrongisyourlibrary'spart- 1116 MTCC104B tipsfor keepingupto datewith 1120 MTCC201B

nershipwithyourmunicipalIT 9:05-10:20am popculture,brainstormideasfor 9:05-10:20am

department?WhatdoesITthinkof Staff,'Communication; Management creativedisplaysof popularmateri- Staff," Management

libraries?Whataresomeof thekey LET'STALK! alsandpopculturaleventsat your THECOMPETENCYCULTURE

challenges facingITdepartments? OPENINGUP FEEDBACK library,andlearnaboutsomeuse- ValerieRidgway, DeputyCEO,Cathy

Whetheryourlibraryiscloselyinte- IN THEWORKPLACE ful toolsto helpyoukeepupto 6rant,Director ofPublicServices,

gratedwithyourcity'sITdepart- DonMills,Director, Mississauga Library datewithdevelopments inyour Picketing PublicLibrary.

merit,keepsall ITservicesin-house System.

preferredareaof popexpertise!

or issomewhere in-between, you

Convenor: KateMorrison,Hamilton Competencies arepowerfultools

will gaininsightsintokeyissues Areyourcommunications allthey PublicLibrary. for performance evaluation. They

facingITdepartmentsandexplore needto beinthisageofconstant alsosupportdevelopment ofthe

waysyourlibrarycanworkbetter andrapidchange?Dostafffeel"in 1118 Now Session627 library' serviceandworkplaceculwithyourcityITdepartment,

the loop"andlistenedto regarding Thursday, 3:45pm

ture.LearnfromthePicketing

Convenor: DaphneWood,Hamilton the library?Hearabouta success- LOCALADVOCACY

PublicLibrary'sexperienceoverthe

' PublicLibrary. ful programatonepubliclibrary THROUGHTELLINGOUR pasttwoyearsandseehowthis

thataddressedtheneedfor real STORIES couldworkinyourlibrary.

1115 MTC{ 203D communications acrossthewhole

Convenor:RebeccaJones,Dysart&

• 9:05-I0:20am systemat alllevels.Hearabouta Jones.

Programs andservices; Technology and numberof actionsthatmight 1119 MTCC206F

education improveyoursituation.Hearabout 9:05-10:20am 1121 MTCC104A

AM I TOOOLDTO LEARN? the measurable improvements in Assessment; Collections andresources 9:05-10:20am

COMPUTERLITERACY moraleandresultsinthework- COLLECTIONASSESSMENT Collections andresources

TRAININGFORSENIORS place.TheMississauga Library AND iNVENTORYAT EFFECTIVEBOOKCAREAND

iN THEPUBLICLIBRARY System's "Two-wayCommunication"TORONTOPUBLICLIBRARY REPAIRTECHNIQUES

SETTING. programwill bepresentedanddis- SusanCaron,Manager, Margaret CindyOskam, BookCareandRepair

SarahHarrison, Librarian, Training cussed.Formsandexampleswill Henry,Collection Librarians, Collection Specialist, BrodartCanada," librarianto

Team, JillSparks, LibraryAssistant, beprovided. Development Department, Toronto beannounced.

TrainingTeam, Burlington Public

PublicLibrary.

Library. 1117 MTCC104C Keeptoday'sbookslookingbetter

9:05-10:20am WhathappenswhenNorth andcirculatinglonger!A practical

Computer literacyisbecomingan Youngadults America'sbusiestpubliclibrary "hands-on"sessioninwhichparessential

lifeskill,andmanypeo- POPGOESTHELIBRARY with99branchesandastockof ticipantswill learnquick,inexpenpie,especiallyseniors,

arefeeling SophieBrookover, SeniorTeen over10millionitemsdecidesto sivetechniquesforsimple,effective

overwhelmedbythenewtechnolo- Librarian, CamdenCountyLibrary, New undertakeanongoingprogramof bookrepairandprotection.All

gy.JoinBurlingtonPublicLibrary's Jersey. counting,evaluatingandbuilding attendeeswill receiveacompli-

TrainingTeamto learnhowto upitscollections?Undeterredby mentaryillustratedguideto book

teachpeoplewhohavenever Doyouknowthedifference thelackof publiclibrarymodels, careandrepairandhaveachance

touchedacomputer

feelcom- betweenNASCARandFormula17 TorontoPublicLibrarydevelopedits to win a$100giftcertificatefor

fortableusingInternet-based Doyouwishyourlibrarydidsome- ownmethodologyusingacombi- supplies.

resources. Wewill discussour thingto celebratetheOscars?Do nationof technologyandtraditioninstructional

techniques, thechal- youserveteensbutcan'ttellthe alexpertise.Staffmembers

lengeswe'vefaced,howourexpe- differenceamongAshlee,Avril, describetheirexperiences andhow

riencehelpsstaffonthe reference Hilary,andPink?Doyouunder- theprogramthatTorontoPublic

deskandwhatwe'velearnedfrom standhowfolksonomiesareshap- Libraryhasbeenusingsince2003,

ourstudents!

ingthewaywe usepopularon-line canbeadaptedto otherlibraries

Convenor: JudyHyland,Brampton services likeAmazon.corn andFlickr? largeandsmall.

PublicLibrary. Motorracing,award shows, Convenor:HeleneGolden,

celebritygossip,andsocialsoft- SouthernOntarioLibraryService.

ware,it's all popularculture.Learn

AndrewNicholson MalcolmBinns SandraKendall Mary'McDiarmid DouglasDavey

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F

1122 MTCC203C

9:05-I0:20am I:it Planning, 1200 MTCC105-106

-!

OURWAYFORWARD:

ANADVOCACYKIT FOR

ONTARIOFIRSTNATION

PUBLICLIBRARIES

ANALL-CONFERENCE PLENARY

:'

KanhioteTyendinaga

KarenLewis,ChiefExecutive Territory Officer, First _ -. '- THESENSEOF

NationPublicLibrary; DianaDoxtdator, _* _ °

Chief

PublicLibrary; Executive

DarylNovak,Manager Officer, SixNations

of

COMMUNITY INOUR

Operations, SouthernOntarioLibrary

Service;ElizaTru,

Advisor-First Nation,OntarioLibrary LibraryDevelopment CHANGING LANDSCAPE

5eMce-North.

Membersof theAdvocacyKit

Committeewill discuss the issues

cameacrosswhiledevelopingthe

andchallenges

kit.Participants thatthemembers

of thesessionwilt

haveanopportunityto viewand

learnhowto usethematerials

foundintheAdvocacyKitfor First

Nationpubliclibraries. Therewill

alsobeadiscussiononthebroader

advocacyconcepts,

Convenor: DarylNovak,Southern

OntarioLibraryService.

Glen

Murray

AsanurbanstrategistwithAuthentiCityGJenMurrayisbestknown

for hisvisionto buildculturallydynamicurbancentres.Heinspires

Canadians to lookat citiesandtownsastheeconomicenginesof the

countrythatmustbebuiltona_foundation of culture,creativityand

qualityof place.

Hisvisionisanchoredin practical andextensivemunicipalexperience

1123 MTCC201A andfromworkingwithbusinessandunionleadersandinpartnership

9:05-10:20am

6ovemment programs andservices

ServiceOntarioCOMESTOTHE

PUBLICLIBRARY

BrianSteves, Manager, 5erviceOntario,

MinistryofGovernment Services.

ServiceOntario isanInternet-based

e-government serviceto connect

Ontariansto government services

throughelectronicself-help.Since

theannouncement of thisnew

governmentprogramlastyear,

over70publiclibrarieshaveparticipatedinfourpilotsto

determinethevalueof

publiclibraries

andFirstNationslibrariesas

agentsfortheprovisionof the

serviceto thepeopleof theircornmunities.TheMinistryof

Government Services feelthepilots

havebeenverysuccessful. The

findingsthathaveemergedfrom

thesepilotswillbesharedand

opinionandreactioninvited.

Glenwasachampioninthedifficultstruggleto buildWinnipeg's

withotherlevelsof government: HewasthefirstChairof theBigCity

MayorsCaucusin2002whilehewasMayorof Winnipeg. Inthat

capacityheledthecampaignfor newfiscalarrangements for municipalities-

the NewDealfor Cities.

MillenniumLibraryandhehas,in recentreports,extolledthepublic

libraryastheoverlookedanchor,foreconomicandsocialdevelopment.Hislandscape

isthecommunity.Hissolutionsincludeusall.

GlenchairstheNationalRoundtableontheEnvironment and

Economy. Hehasalsocompleteda yearat MasseyCollegeasafellow

intheFacultyof Architectureat theUniversityofToronto.

PRECEDED BY

THEPRESENTATIONOFTHE2006EVERGREENAWARD

ThewinnerisJOSEPHBOYDENforThree Day Road.

Hewillbeautographingat EXPO2007at noontoday

andbespeakingin Session#1300at 2:10p.m.

AN iNViTATiONTO iFLA2008IN QUEBECCITY

LOUISCABRAL,ExecutiveDirector/Directeur g_n_ralASTED

AssociationpourI'Avancement desSciencesetTechniques dela

Documentation, theCanadianhost.

,i

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processinthecritiquegroup.Find StudiesinEducation(OISE). classroomdoor.Comeawaywith mappingkeyindicatorsuchasthe

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. groupandhowto getyourpatrons e-LearningOntario(Ministryof schoolandgreatideasforproving Indianimmigrantcommunities, the

hookedin. Sampleon-line Education) hasundertakenacom- yourvalueasateacher-librarian, povertylevelsforthe neighbour-

' critiqueswill beondisplay,aswell prehensivee-learningstrategyso Thisis afeel-goodmessageabout hoodsselected, andexamining

asinstructionsonhowto access thatstudents'educational experi- howteacher-librarians havethe multicultural serviceprovisionat six

' i theforum, encescanbeadaptedto meetheir powerto turn"reluctantreaders" publiclibrarysystemslocatedin

individualstrengthsandinterests, into "literacyleaders."You,too, theTorontoCensusMetropolitan

I 2. THEROLEOF Partof thisstrategyincludesthe canbeaBookBabe! Area,weassessthewaysinwhich

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LeanneBowler,McGillUniversity, to supportheireducational activi- LITERACYTUTORIAL librariesin providingadequate

' GraduateSchoolof Libraryand ties. Examplesof contentinclude AnnHemingway, SteveRokeby, resourcesandservicesto immi-

• InformationScience.

videos,animations, activitiesand JenniferDekker,Universityof grants.Weaddresstheneedfor

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receivedthe RogersWritersTrust • Recueildesmeilleurespra- ' formandthenevaluate- thelast

FictionPrizeandtheMcNally tiqueset histoiresexemplaires;wordiske_/.

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YearAwardandhasalsobeen mentorat(mentorat individuel of Guelph.

shortlistedfortheGovernor mentoratdegroupe);

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CanadaWritersCraftAward. grammedementorat. A REALITYCHECK

Convenor: AnnHemingway, KarenHunt,Learning

Services Co-ordinator,

andResearch

University of I

Hisworkhasappearedinpublica- Universityof Ottawa. Winnipeg," M.J.D'Elia,Academicil

tionssuchasPotpourri,Cimarron

LiaisonLibrarian, University of GuJIph;

Review,BluePennyQuarterly, 130:) ICH Oakville MarilynMcDermott, LiaisonLibrari'an,"

, . BlackWarrior, andThePanhandler. 2:10-3:25pm

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; Hedivideshistimebetween

Leadership; Innovation

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K!ngdom'sUltrala bringsmore

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N_ Book ,_Ic_

Convenor: BarbaraLove,Kingston of education, technologyandthe: homogeneously inthe library

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world.Comechallengethe 1307 aTCC 201C guage, increaseyour.understandingprivate,publicandnot-for-profit

assumptionthatinformationlitera- 2:10-3:25pm of visualtraditionsfromaroundthe funders, localactorsandbookstooJ

cyis,orcanbe,definedinastan- Users; Collections andresources," world,and,afterseeingtheirsig- Convenor: AnneMarieHeckman,

dardizedway.Wewillexplorethe Reference andresearch," ManagementnificanceinJapanesemedia,you'll StratfordPublicLibrary.

prosandconsinherentinattempt- HOWDOESYOURCEOUSE neverthinkof nosebleeds thesame

ingto structureinformationliteracy YOURHOSPITALLIBRARY'/ wayagain! 1311 MTCC104B

aroundaprogrammodel,andthe MaryMcOiarmid, Manager, Library Convertor: RandyJarvis,Picketing 2:10-3:25pm

prosandconsinherent ina more Service, MalcolmBinns,Statistician, PublicLibrary. Programs andservices; Marketing

process-oriented approach. Itwill TheRotmanResearch

Baycrest CentreforGeriatricCare,"

Institute,

ROUNDTABLE

unearthpressuressteeringus 5andraKendall, Director, Library 1309 MTCC206D SUCCESSFUL INITIATIVES

towardsonepathovertheother.

Thesessionisnotaboutwhatisor

Services, MountSinaiHospital. 2:10-3:25pm ON A SHOESTRINGBUDGET

Communities," Partnerships; NetworkingDonnaBright,ChiefExecutive Officer,

isn'tworkingintermsof actualIL Littleresearchasexaminedthe COLLECTINGPARTNERS CobourgPublicLibrary; JaneDiamanti,

offerings, rather,it ismeanto lift informatio needsof chiefexecu- FORCOLLECTIONS ChiefExecutive Officer, HaltonHills

ourheadsfromthedrawingboard, tiveofficersinhospitalsandthe JanetWoodbridge,

Branches, Windsor

Manager,

PublicLibrary;

South

Beth

PublicLibrary.

let goofurgencies, andengage,as sourcesusedbythemto facilitate Whitney, Co-ordinator, Collections Cometo thisexcitingroundtable

.-,"

libraryscholars, in anopenand

healthydebate,

decision-making. Herearefindings

froma researchstudythatidenti-

Management, LondonPublicLibrary. wherelibrariescansharetheirsuccessful

initiatives. Thefocusis on

Convenedandmoderatedby tiesthehospitalCEO'sreasonsfor Librarycollectionspresenta won- smallto medium-sized libraries

AwardwinnerMelanieBoyd, seekinginformationandhisorher deffulopportunityto reflectyour withrelativelysmallbudgets.

AcademicLiaisonLibrarian, feelingsandthoughtsabouthe individualcommunities. Partnering Sessions ledbylargerlibrariesare

Universityof Guelph.

process.The sessionwill informthe withsocialserviceagenciesallows interesting, butveryoftenthe

\ hospital librarianaboutbestprac- librariesto bringcommunity activitiesarebeyondtheabilityof

1306 MTCC206B ticeinprovidingserviceto theCEO. expertsintothe library.Loca!busi- smallerlibrariesdueto lackof

\

2:10-3:25pm

Convenor: SusanHendricks,

nessesandhistoricalgroupscan resources. Thisisintendedto be

\ Digitalcollections LakeridgeHealthCorporation. providecollectionknowledgeand veryparticipatory. Comewithsam-

-_MAP IT! ON-LINE

resourcefunding.Learn.how piesof yourpromotionalmaterials,

MAPPINGSERVICES 1308 MTCC104A WindsorandLondonPublic adescriptionof theactivity,infor-

ANDYOURLIBRARY 2:10-3:25pm Librarieshaveattractedcommunity mationonitssuccess, etc.

AndrewNicholson, GIS/Data Librarian, Graphicnovels andbusinesspartnersto enhance Convenor: KatherineA.Seredynska,

University ofTorontoatMississauga. SLY,VIOLENCEAND theircollections. RegionofWaterlooLibrary.

NOSEBLEEDS:

Convenor: ArleneMarls,Chatham-

On-linemappingWebsiteshave UNDERSTANDINGCULTURAL KentPublicLibrary. 1312 ICH BallroomA

dramaticallychangedthewaypeo- DIFFERENCESIN COMICS 2:10-3:25pm

pieusemaps.Fromlocatingan AND GRAPHICNOVELS 1310 ICH Humber Reading andliteracy; Programs and

address to planninga roadtrip,on- DouglasDavey, Chi/dren'sand Youth 2:10-3:25pm services

linemappingtoolsnowofferan Advocate, HaltonHillsPublicLibrary. Communication; Programs andservices,BOOKBUZZ:ON-LINE2417

incrediblearrayof community

Reading andliteracy

VIRTUALREJIDINGCLUBS

informationandgeographicknowl- Comicsandgraphicnovelsemploy PRODUCEYOUROWN ANDWHATWE'VELF_RNED

edgeaboutheworld.Getan visualanguage,which,likespoken LIBRARYTV SHOWS: ABOUTTHEM

overviewoftheseon-linemapping orwrittenlanguage, is subjectto LITERACYINA BOX Catherine AuYeung, Manager,

,tools,includinghowalibrarycan culturaldifference. Thispresenta- BrendaWilson,Head,YoungAdult& Research &Reference, SandraGomall,

'takeadvantageof themto best tionintroducestheconceptof visu- Children's Services, Cornwall Public WebLibrarian, SheilaDalton,Moderator,

referusersandpromotetheirserv- allanguage, andhowthestan- Library. BookBuzz,TorontoPublicLibrary.

icesto awiderpublic,

dardsandtraditionsof different

Convenor:CarolineStewart, culturesvaryfromandinfluence A practicalW5sessionfor public Anon-linebookclubleavesnoone

SenecaCollege. oneanother.Attendancewill librariesto produceliteracy-driven out.it letsreaderstalkabout

improveyourunderstandingofthe IV programsin partnershipwith books2417,includingthosewho

practiceandhistoryofvisuallan- theirlocalcommunityTVstation, livefarwayfromlibrarybuildings.

JanetWoodbridge CatherineAuYeung SheilaDalton BethJefferson GregSennema

1309 1312 1312 1315,1902 1318,1912

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It'salsoanexcellent forumforonlinereader'sadvisory.

Joinusto

We'veborrowedthe ideaof a

charrettefromthedesignand

BORROWING

tingupandrunningTorontoPublic seemsideallysuitedto thecha!,-

PRIVILEGES Library'sfirston-linebookclub, lengeof mappingoutthe "next

learnabouthechallengesof set-' planningcommunities - since

whichincludesablogandanopen generation"of ourlibrarieson-line

1314 ICHBallroom B forum,aswellasanauditorium publicaccesscatalogues...ordis-

2:10-3:25pm

chatfunctonforon- neprogram- !i coven/environments.., atopicthat

Innovation; Bestpractices ming.Topicsincludeservice, hasbeenreceivingconsiderable

staffing,marketing, facilitatingand attention(sparkingconsiderable

DESIGNING

technical issues, aswellasconsid" debate)recently, i:

erationof problemsuniqueto on,

_KU_._H_NNI,,L linebookdiscussion. A charretteisanintensive, coilabo- :,

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES: Convenor: BramptonPublicLibrary.

MaureenO'Connor,

BRIDGING

OFF-LINE SERVICE DELIVERY

ENVIRONMENTS ,,. ICHBallroom B timeframe.

ScottStirton

al rativecreativeprocessakinto brainstorming thatis usedby visudesignprofessionals

THE0N-LINEAND to develop

1,,, Withdrawn solutionsto a share designproblemwithinatightlyconstrained

2:10-3:25pm

Innovation," Bestpractices

thishighlyinteractive, Andthat'sjustwhat doublesessionwill

offerparticipantsthe

BORROWING

DESIGNINGCROSS- PRIVILEGES focusof opportunityto discussionfromtheinade-

do(asweshift_:the

Vice-President, Strategy, BankofMontreal CHANNELCUSTOMER quaciesof currentcatalogsto_envi-

EXPERIENCES: BRIDGING sioningsolutionsforthefuture.)

BanksinNorthAmericahaverecentlyreturnedto theideaof the THEON-LINEAND OFF-LINE

SERVICEDELIVERY We'llbreaktheexistingOPACinto

branchasthecornerstoneofretailbanking.Branchesarebeing

transformed intostoresinsteadof transactioncentresandare

ENVIRONMENTS parts- andassigneachgroupone::

drawingonallvarietiesof retailformatsintheprocess: fromfast Scott5tirton,VicePresident, Strategy, areato focuson... whetherit be

BankofMontreal.

thesearchinputinterface, the :

foodoutletsto massivediscountcentres.Yetheavyinvestments Fordetails,seeboxat left. searchresultspage,orthe presenintheon-lineexperiencealsoremainacriticalelementof

a

tationof anindividualrecord....

bank'sabilityto deliverthekindof personalized, always-on _ NEXT

productsandservicesthatcustomersarelookingfor. Theparallelswithlibrariesaremany,aswe- likethebanks- _ GENERATION CATALOGUE enceneeded.Justopinionsabout'_

Don'tworry...No"design"experithe

kindsof experiences thatwork

struggleto keepabreastof changingservicede!iveryoptionsand

expectations. Scottwill discusstrends,andsharethoughtson

1315 ICHNiagara inthedesignof searchanddiscov-

optimizingthepatron'sexperience ina multi-channel environ- Supported by : eryapplicationsof onesortor

ment,balancingin-personagainstself-servicealternatives, and usability _matters


another.Participantswill

edwithavarietyof toolselectronic

beprovid,

branchservicesagainston-linedeliverymechanisms. 2:10-5:00pmDOUBLESESSION andotherwise..,withwhichito

Innovation," Technology trends documentandsharetheirideas.

ScottStirtonwasafinancialanalystwithMorganStanley. and OVERTOYOU!A PARTICIPAhasheldpositionsincorporatestrategyfor

CentricaNorth TIVEDESIGNCHARRETTE Afterlunch,Inthesecondsession,

Americandmostrecentlythe Bankof Montrealwhereheis FOROURNEXTGENERATION eachgroupwill receiveI0 minutes

VicePresident of Strategy. CATALOGUE,PART1 to presentheirthoughtsbackto

Developed by Facilitator:TerryCostantino, thegroupasa whole.

Convenor:SoniaLewis,CEO, _ Principal andInformationArchiiect,

Kitchener PublicLibrary,OLATreasurer _ UsabilityMatters. Thesecondsessionbeginsat 3:45.

i

'

ChristyBranston LitaBarrie MarcJulien Dr.LesleyM.Soden KathyCowan

1319 1320,1416 1322 1324 1326

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Seesessionumber1401.Advance tentto theirWebsites.Whilethere theLibraryis usingthiseasy-to-usevatesandexcites.Experience the

registrationreq_Jired. Limitedto 60. aremanysolutionsavailable, this producto offerinteractivepro- ClassroomJeopardygamesystem

set-up,andcustomizeWordPress, on-linebookclub,summereading Convenor: CynthiaArcher,

LIBRARIANSHIP anopensourcesolutionthathas andyouthactivityspace. UniversityLibrarian, YorkUniversity

__)

AS A PROFESSION anactiveusercommunityamong Convenor:GregSmith,St. Libraries.

sessionwilldescribehowto

librariesandbeyond.

install, grammingfor

CatharinesPublicLibrary.

youth,suchasan andhowit canenrichyourlibrary.

1316 MTCC203D Convenor:MarianDoucette, 1323 ICHGrenadier

2:10-3:25pm Countyof Huron,ITDivision. 1321 iCH Ontario 2:10-3:25pm

Career development 2:10-3:25pm Planning; Information literacy; Culture,

CREATIVEENTREPRENEUR- 1319 MTCC201D Users; Techno/ogy andeducation Canadian

SHIP:THEOPPORTUNITIES 2:10-3:25pm PRACTICALUSABILITY ENTERINGTHE

IN A WORLDFULLOF Information literacy; 6amesand RESEARCHTIPS: NORTHERNFRONTIER

CHALLENGES gaming GETTINGUSERSTOTHEIR MaggiePerquin, Teacher-Librarian, Rick

KimSilk,President, Brightsai/; Stan DIGITALGAME-BASED TARGETCONTENT HansenPublicSchool, Thames Valley

Skrzeszewsk_ Entrepreneur and LEARNINGAND DarleneFichter, DataLibraryCo-ordina-DistrictSchool Board.

Philosopher Practitioner; Allison INFORMATIONLITERACY tor,University ofSaskatchewan.

Standen, Partner, Convergent Library ChristyBranston, LiaisonLibrarian for

Canada'sArcticisafrontierready

Technologies IncandVPBusiness Economics &6ovemment Information, Learnaboutfivetypesof naviga- forbravesoulswillingto build

Development, WebC/arity Software. Information Services andResources, tionalpagesthatimproveusersuc- readingliteracy.Nunavutisin atit-

University ofWaterlooLibrary. cessandhowto buildthem.See eracycrisis.Teaching information

Explorethewaysto channelyour examplesof thepagesandwalk literacyskillsto thestaffandstucreativeideas,

informationskills, Digitalgame-based learningand throughsitesandcollectively ana- dentsinonecommunity required.

experience andknowledgeinto theuseof videogamesininstruc- lyzethetechniques inaction.New useof uniqueresourcesandproentrepreneurial

activity,bothasan tionhaverecentlyemergedin researchondesigningfor thescent gramming. Sharethestoriesof one

individualworkingindependently areasof academic research. Learn of informationhasdearlyidentified bravepioneer teacher-librarian who

oraspartof ateamwithinan howgame-based learningtheory threeindicators of whenasite spenta yearestablishing thefirst

organization. Beingalibraryentre- canbeeffectivelyappliedto infor- designwillfail.Learnto spotthese elementaryschoolibraryprogram.

preneurisnotanoxymoron, mationprograms. Topicsto bedis- indicatorsonyourownsiteand Convenor: PetraSmith,York

Creativentrepreneurship canbe cussedwill includegame-based pinpointwhenuserslosescent. CatholicDistrictSchoolBoard.

usedfor bothpersonal andsocial learningtheory,gamedesign,and Takeawaynewdesignideasthat

gain.Librariansarestillwell-posi- implementation strategies, canmakeyoursiteworkbetterfor 1324 MTCC206E

tionedforworlddomination.We Convenor: SandraHodgson, yourusers. 2:10-3:25pm

justdon'tknowit. researcher. Convenor: GallRichardson, Curriculum andlearning," Reference and

Convenor: JackieMcFarlane,

OshawaPublicLibrary. 1320 MTCC104C

OakvillePublicLibrary. research

PRESENTATIONSKILLS

2:10-3:25pm 1322 MTCC201F CONFERENCEFOR

1318 ICHKingsway Teens andtechnology 2:10-3:25pm STUDENTS@YOURLIBRARY

2:10-3:25pm IFYOU CAN'TBEAT'EM, Technology andeducation," 6amesand 61oriaWhyte, CurriculumLeader,

B/ogging JOIN'EM: gaming," Reading andliteracy Library, JohnSlute,Curriculum Leader,

LIBRARYBLOGS HOWYOUCAN GETYOUR THISIS JEOPARDY:USING Communications, Marc6ameau

Collegiate Institute,TorontoDistrict

USINGWORDPRESS YOUTHPROGRAMSON-LINE TECHNOLOGYAND GAMING School Board;Dr.Les/ey Soden, profes-

6regSennema, Electronic Services LiraBattle,YouthServices Teen ATYOURSCHOOLLIBRARY siona/speaker andpresentation skills

Librarian, WilfridLaurierUniversity. Librarian, HamiltonPublicLibrary. MarcJulien,Teacher-Librarian, Tomken coach.

RoadMiddleSchool, PeelDistrict

Aslibrariesconsiderhowto

mentWeb2.0technologies on

imple- Aspartofthe

munityportalproject,the

myhamilton.ca

Hamilton

com- Schoo/Board. Doyourstudentsgiveexcellent

presentations? Ifso,don'tstop

theirWebsites,manywillconsider PublicLibrary_ acquiredcollabora- Spiceupyourbookclubsand here.Ifyouhavefoundthatstubloggingsoft_vareasaneffective

tion spaceapplicationswith libraryreadingprogramsusing dentsdonotgetenoughformal

wayto communicate andaddcon- MicrosoftSharePoint. Findouthow interactivetechnologywhichcapti-

JudyHalpern MaureenCasey SharonMills ElysePike ShirleyLewis

1327 1328 1328,1811 1405 1406

a LeaRninG space in WHICH TO expanD THe imaGznaTzon 75


trainingingivingeffectivepresentations,thenthissessionisforyou.

Learnhow GIoriaand Johnworked

withDr.LesleySodenfrom

Toastmasters to developa Student

Presentations Conference for Grade

10studentswhichincluded: har-

nessingthepowerof inghowto organizefora story,learn- purpose

•andwinoveranaudience, developinganeffectivepresentation

styleandturningPowerPoint from

"powerpointless" to aneffective -"

presentation tool.

Convenor: Jo-AnneLaForty, Toronto

DistrictSchoolBoard.

Branch out and try newthings.

Tryoursmart

and simple

ac_u.,si.iO n4 ' 'L'

ordering

system

for

Public

1325 ICH HighPark We .

2:10-3:25pm

are

Advocacy

ADVOCATINGFORSUPPORT:

nroud

A TWO-PRONGEDAPPROACH

SharonArmstrong, HeadofLibrary,

to be

NorthParkCoflegiate, GrandErie

DistrictSchool Board;MarshaSkrypuch,

the official

author," HelaineBecker, author.

Visit booth

sponsorand

Learnpractical strategiesonlobbyingsupportforschoolibrarieswith

Lll'll_i-i,_- _: sUpplie-iof

¢-

twofreshapproaches: onefroma for an the 200"/OLA

teacher-librarian whohasbeenon _ " _ _ " •

herlocalfederationCollective "

BargainingCommitteeandwho demol " .Fc

knowsthatcreatingpartnerships

betweenteacher-librarians andfederationrepresentatives

iscrucialto

obtainingsupportinglanguagein

collectiveagreements at thelocal

level,andsecondly, fromtwochildren'sauthorswhohavebeen

heavilyinvolvedinadvocatingfor

adequately-funded andstaffed

school

willofferhands-onstrategies,

handouts, step-by-stepackages

andlocally-developed documents.

Convenor: PamWilsonMcCormick,

GrandErieDistrictSchoolBoard.

libraries.Bothpresentations u _ir ii

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CaryDaniel JimFord IslaJordan JulieMcKenna KatherineBall :

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1326 MTCC206F 1328 MTCC202A 1403 MTCC104D

2:10-3:25pm 2:10-3:25pm 3:45-5:00pm

Leadership," Planning; Partnerships Management Video

LITERACY,LEADERSHIP NUTSAND BOLTSOF DECONSTRUCTINGTHE

AND SCHOOLLIBRARIES SECONDARYSCHOOL MOVIEMACHINE9

KathyCowan, Superintendent of LIBRARYMANAGEMENT 1400 FionaDenzey, DougAtkinson, CVS, Inc.

Education, TimGauntley, ProgramCo- SharonMills,Instructional Leader, Maintenant session629

ordinator, LibraryandLearning MaureenCasey, ACLLibrary, EtobicokeLundi,3h45/Thursday3:45pm FionaandDoughavebeenSuper

Resources, TorontoDistrictSchool Collegiate Institute, TorontoDistrict LIRE:POURUNETHERAPIE Conferencestalwartsfor yearsas

Board.

School Board. DE L'IMAGINAIRE thenumberonthistitleattests.

READING:THERAPYFOR CVShavebeensponsorsof the

Teacher-librarians playa keyrolein Areyounewto schoolibraries? THEIMAGINATION openingWelcomePartyfor almost

influencingandmodelingeffective DoyoufindthatdailymanagementEnfran_ais.Simultaneous transla- aslong.Theyareindeedbig

literacyfocusedinstructional prac- issuesaretakinguptoo muchof tionin English. friends.Inthissession, theyreturn

ticesforteachercolleagues. Aswell yourvaluableprogramtime?Here withanotherentertainingtourof

teacher-librarians shouldbeinstrumentalinsupportingthe'at

risk'

ishelp!Secondary style!

Convenor: JitkaHorton,Toronto

_ NEXT

GENERATION

thehighoctanevideoscurrently

perceivedaschildren'smaterials.

learnerfromthejunior,intermedi- ateandseniordivisions. DistrictSchoolBoard. _ CATALOGUE Enjoyasamplingof theyear'sbest

Superintendents andprincipals

andworstoverthetraditionalpopneedto

structuretheirschoolsand 1401 ICH Niagara

Continuationof Session1315

cornandlollipops.

familyofschoolsto highlightand

Innovation," Values andvision 1404 ICH BallroomA

supportheworkoftheteacher- THECHARREII'lrEPART2 3:45-5:00pm

librarianthroughPLCgroupsand Whathavewe comeupwithin our Collections

focusedprofessional development, charrette?Wherewouldwego DEWEYDIVASTALKUP

Convenor: AnnPerez, Toronto fromhere?Wherecanwegofrom NEWSPRINGBOOKS

DistrictSchoolBoard. here?Youmusthavebeenpartof FORCHILDREN

1327 MTCC206A Session1315to takepart. Maureen Johnson, Scholastic Canada;

Rosalyn Steele, H.B.Fennand

2:10-3:25pm Collections andresources; Curriculum

_ Company," AnneStevens, TundraBooks.

LITERATURE:DUCTTAPEFOR andlearning; Reading andliteracy _ THEFORESTOF

THESCIENCECURRICULUM

newcropof excitingspringrecom-

JudyHalpern, Educational Consultant, 1402 MTCC206B mendations foryourusers.Hear

TheMagic Suitcase Inc. 3:45-5:00pm ourpicksforthe bestchildren's

Authorsandwriting

picturebooks,YAfictionandnon-

Exploresuperbpicturebooksthat THEREDMAPLEAWARD fiction,andbooksfor reluctant

promotescientificandvisualitera- WINNER2006 readers.Greatfor reader'sadvisory,

cyfortheelementarygrades.

KennethOppel, authorofSkybreaker.collectiondevelopment, children's

Determinewhichbook shouldbe

programmingandanylibrarian

incirculationat yourschoolto Oppelisthefirstauthorto winthe workingwithchildren.

ignitetheinnerscientistsinyour

awardtwicein arow.Hehasclear- Convenor: BillZambusi,Whitehots.

staffandstudentsalike.Discover

lyfoundthe measureof hisyoung

titlessuitablefor everyonefromthe

readersandisfilledwithenergyfor

reluctantto theavidreader,some

theexperience. Hearhisthoughts

speciallyappealingto boys.

onhisaudienceandonhiswriting.

Convenor: AndreaBrozyna, Toronto

Convenor: PeterBonk,Smithfield

DistrictSchoolBoard.

MiddleSchool,TorontoDistrict

SchoolBoard.

AnneKaay PeterZimmerman RobinSakowski PaulTakala PatriciaMoore

1409 1409 1410 1413 1415,1909

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1405 MTCC206A teefism.ExLibris& Friendsenrich Practical experienceaswellas : academiclibraries.Fornewprofes-

3:45-5:00pm

theirlibrarycommunities acrossthe management literatureandtheory sionals•without a backgroun&in

Collaboration," Information literacy country.Comeandseehow! willshowhowuser-centred service education, theprospectof teaching

KEEPINGPACE:

assessment canbeusedto imple- informationliteracysessionscanbe

HEALTHINFORMATION 1407 MTCC201B mentchangeandbolstertradition- daunting.Comelearnaboutpracti-

PRESCRIPTIONPROJECT 3:45-5:00pm aldecisionmaking, calstrategiesfor preparingto

ElysePike,HealthSciences Librarian, Metadata; Planning," Technical services Convenor: SairaMall,Seneca teachinformationliteracysessions.

MarySolomon, GreyBruceHealth CODOCTOLC:THELONG College. Thesessionwill offerabalanceof

Services; LindaBumstead, Bruce-Grey AND WINDINGROAD . theorywithanecdotal andpractical"

OwenSoundHealthUnit. JimFord,CaryDaniel,Cataloguing 1409 ICH Kingsway adviceontopicssuchaslearning

Librarians, University of Western 3:45-5:00pm aboutpedagogyandputtingit into_:

Becomingaself-manager of your Ontario. Collections andresources; Finance practice, developinginformationlit-i

healthisthefuturedirectionof

BUSTINGBUDGETBARRIERS eracytools,anddevelopingyour

healthcare.Self-management cre- Thinkingof movingawayfrom Katharine Ball,Business Administration, teachingstyle.

atesa demandfor credible, acces- CODOC?Lookingfor aplaceto HumanKinetics, AnneKaay,Social" Convenor:HeatherGlerum,

siblehealthinformation. It empha- go?Isadventuretravelyourideaof Sciences Librarian, PeterZimmerman,UniversityofToronto.

sizesthesupportof healthyliving a goodtime?Lookingfor agood HeadofInformation Services, Leddy

asa communityresponsibility. The traveladvisor?Fouryearsago Library, University of Windsor. 1411 MTCC206D

HealthInformationPrescription WesternLibrariesetoffinto 3:45-5:00pm

Projectisaprogramdesignedto unchartedwaters, to travelfrom TheLeddyLibraryatthe University Socialsoftware," Bestpractices

placestrokeinformationincommu- CODOCto LC.Althoughthedesti- ofWindsorecentlycompleteda BESTPRACTICES

nitylibraries. Theprogramisan nationwasknown,theitinerary projecto developandimplement FORSOCIALSOFTWARE

enhancement of anexistinglibrary wasself-directed discovery, nota a budgetbasedonanallocation iN LIBRARIES

pedometer lendingprogramwhich packagedtour.Thissessionwill formula.Thispresentationwill Michael Stephens, Instructor,

encourages activeliving.Health detailthereasons, plans,pitfalls includediscussionofthecompo- Dominican University.

informationcapacityis increased andcontinuingissuesweencoun- nentsof theformula,itsapplicabilibyutilizingtheexpertiseof

the teredandcontinuetOencounter, ty to variousmaterials(e.g.,books, Herearebestpracticesandimple- :

community librarians, healthsci- Convenor: CynthiaWilliamson, Serials, electronicresources), and mentationstrategiesfor socialsoftenceslibrarian,

the healthunitand MohawkCollege. the processof monitoringthefor- waresuchasblogs,wikisandIM

theDistrictStrokeCentrestaff.This mulaoveritsfirstyearof imple- inlibraries.Getpractical take

sessionis areviewofthiscollabo- 1408 ICH BallroomB mentation.ChaLlenges, areasfor aways,aswellasinformationon

rativeprograminruralGreyand 3:45-5:00pm reviewandfuturedevelopment will wherelibrariesaregoingwith

BruceCounties. Assessment becovered, socialsoftwareandWeb2.0,

Convenor: PatJohnson,Children's ASSESSMENTSTRATEGIES Convenor:CarolineStewart, includingthebenefitsof creatin'g

Hospitalof EasternOntario. FORLIBRARYSERVICES SenecaCollege. communityviaconversations. It'will

JulieMcKenna, Services Assessment

bebasedonMichaelStephens'

1406 MTCC202A Librarian, University ofRegina; Isla 1410 ICH Ontario ALALibraryTechnology reporton

3:45-5:00pm

Jordan, Systems Librarian, Carleton 3:45-5:00pm thesametopic. :_ ': ii

Friends

University Library.

Information literacy

Convenor:ChristineBrown,

WITHA LITTLEHELP INFORMATIONLITERACY WaterlooPublicLibrary.

FROMMY FRIENDS Assessment is criticalforunder- AND THENEWLIBRARIAN:

PeggyHiscock, PastPresident, Friends standinghowwellthe libraryis PREPARINGTOTEACH, ,

ofCanadian Libraries; ShirleyLewis, meetingusers'desiresandneeds. LEARNINGTO LEARN

PastPresident, ExLibris.

Anassessment strategyfor library RobinSakowski, Reference Librarian,

services, therelationship between Augustana Faculty Library, University of

Whatdofriendsof librariesand standardsandassessment, anda Alberta..

retiredlibrarianshaveincommon? selectionof toolsandtechniques

Loveof libraries, passionfor library to implementyourlibraryassess- Informationliteracyisbecoming

historyandtruespiritofvolun- meritprogramwillbediscussed, thesingle-most focusedeffortof

ShaunaClinning CameronKnight NickWesson EmmaDuncan AnitaBrooksKirkland

1416 1418 1418 1419 1421 :!

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1412 MTCC104B explorekeyconsiderations when 1415 ICHHalton incorporating the40

3:45-5:00pm implementinga ContentManage- 3:45-5:00pm "Developmental Assets"for ado-

Technical services

mentSystem. Staffromthe Preservation; Web2.0

]escents. Thesecomponentswill

ILS,THENEXTGENERATION: HamiltonPublicLibrarywill share ROUNDTABLE: includethechallenges increating

MODULARITYAND theirexperienceandoutlinechal- LET'STALK space,deliveringprogramming,

OUTWARDINTEGRATION lengeswithimplementation includ- PRESERVATION2.0

networkingwithcommunitypart-

KarenCalhoun, Senior Associate ingtechnicalpitfallsto avoid,train- PatficiaMoore, Information Systems & nersandtheday-to-dayissuesin

University Librarian forInformation ing,usabilityandeditorial standards. Technology Librarian, University'6f libraryyouthservices.

Technology andTechnical Services, Convenor: BernardMusoni,Logitek Saskatchewan.

Convenor: SharonYates,Oakville

Cornell University. TechnologyLtd.

Socialsoftware,blogging,wiki,and

PublicLibrary.

Explorethefutureofthe integrated 1414 ICHWellington otheradhocauthoringenviron- 1417 MTCC201A

librarysystemandtherolesof e- 3:45-5:00pm mentsprovidesomeuniquethai- 3:45-5:00pm

resourcemanagement systems, Digitalcollections," Digitalservices lengesfor preservation. Howwill Statistics andsurveys

metasearch, linkresolvers, portals, INSOURCINGFORFUNAND thecurrentsocialdiscoursebe MINING YOURMETRICS:

digitalcollectiondeliveryplatforms PROFIT:BRINGING recorded?Discusshowwecan EFFECTIVELYUSING

andstandards. Thisintroduction DiGiTiZATiONIN-HOUSE capture,snapshot, preserve, and STATISTICSiN

andoverviewfromanimplementer/WilliamWueppeimann, Electronic documentbodiesof knowledge A PUBLICLIBRARY

projectmanager/library decision Systems Specialist, Canadiana.org. andcommunities of practiceand Margaret Mitchell, Director, Qualityand

makerisintendedto encourage

discourse theartifactswhicharein FacilitiesManagement, MariaForte,

discussionandcollaboration inthe Startingadigitizationprojectcan constant flux.Thisisaroundtable Supervisor, Rebecca Faber, Branch

library/vendor community, becomplicated. Outsourcing isone brainstorming session.Comepre- Librarian, Beacock Branch, London

Convenor: JenniferCyr,Conestoga wayto getstartedquickly,butcan paredto shareanddiscussideas. PublicLibrary.

College.

becostlyandmaymeansacrificing Convenor:MarciaSalmon, York

somecontrolovertheprocessand University. Examinewhylibrariesneedto col-

1413 MTCC203D finalproduct.WhenCanadiana.org led statistics. Determinewhat

3:45-5:00pm starteditsEarlyCanadianaOnline 1416 MTCC206F typesof statisticshouldbecoiled-

Management

digitizationpilotproject, it out- 3:45-5:00pm edandhowto usemetricsatvari-

EMPOWERINGPUBLIC sourcedalmosteverything. Today, it Bestpractices; Youngadults ouslevelsof organizational need,

SERVICEON YOURWEBSiTE doesmosthingsinternally, result- DEVELOPMENTALASSETS suchaswitha Director,Branch

THROUGHA CONTENT ingin betterefficiency, higherqual- AND YOUTH:HOW

Supervisor andBranchLibrarian.

MANAGEMENTSYSTEM ity,andmorecontroloverthefinal LIBRARIESCANGIVE LondonPublicLibrary'sBalanced

DarcyGlidden, Manager, Fiction, product.Thispresentation isabout TEENSTHETOOLSTHEY ScorecardMetricsapproachisused

Popular

Collections,

Materials

PaulTakala,

andSpecial

Manager of

thepracticalconsiderations of NEEDTOSUCCEED! asa methodthatleadstopositive

Electronic Services, HamiltonPublic buildinganin-housedigitization ChristineDalgetty, YouthServices actionplansto improvethedeliv-

Library.

infrastructure, whetherfromscratch Librarian, Burlington PublicLibrary; elyof servicesandtheefficiencyof

orfromanexistingoutsourced ShaunaClinning, TeenServices

Librarian, OakvillePublicLibrary; Lita

operations.

Convenor: BethRoss,Huron

ContentManagement Systems

enablethesecuredistributionof

operation. Itwill drawfrom

Canadiana.org's experiences with

Barrie, YouthServices Librarian,

HamiltonPublicLibrary.

CountyLibrary.

Webcontentwithoutrequiring EarlyCanadianaOnlineindevelopknowledgeof

HTMLforWeb ingtheneededinfrastructure and Manylil_rarieshaverealizedthe

authors.Properly implemented, expertise, gapsinlibraryserviceto youthand

ContentManagement Systems Convenor: SusanGreaves, Queen's arenowaddressingthem.ThissesenableyourlibraryWebsiteto

University. sionwill providelibrarystaffwith

moveinnewdirectionsandenable

the buildingblocksto provide

contentdevelopment to bemore

responsive to serviceneeds.This

exemplaryserviceto youthby

programwill providea primeron

contentmanagement andthen

HettySmeathers JamieA.Groh JohannaLawlerandElizabethGolden ChrisPrefontaine

1422 1423 1424 1426

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1418 MTCC201C 1420 ICHHumber 1422 MTCC201F arrivalsinCanada.Hereareways

3:45-5:00pm 3:45-5:00pm 3:45-5:00pm to enhancelibrarycollections in

History, Library

Digitalservices; Children

Information literacy; Reading andliteracyschoolsto meethe needsof these

THEPUBUCLIBRARY KIDS'SPACE:DESIGNINGA PROMOTINGSTUDENT ,, studentsandtheirteachers. ;

IN ONTARIO:THREE WEBSITEWITHCHILDREN LITERACYTHROUGH Convertor: WendaTulloch,

19THCENTURYMODELS SheilahO'Connor, 6atewayLibrarian,SCHOOLLIBRARY

Hamilton-Wentworth District _

Cameron Knight, LocalHistory Kids'SpaceGateway Project, Toronto INITIATIVES SchoolBoard.

Librarian, Richmond HillPublicLibrary; PubficLibrary.

HettySmeathers, HeadofLibrary, St.

i

LomeBruce, Archivist, University of JoanofArcCatholicHighSchool, 1424 ICHGrenadier

i,

Guelph," NickWesson, AdultServices WhenTorontoPublicLibrary Michael Rosettis, HeadofLibrary, St. 3:45-5:00pm _

Librarian, Vaughan PublicLibraries. redesigned itsWebsiteforchildren,kidswereinvolvedfromstart

AugustineCatholicHighSchool, York

CatholicDistrictSchool Board.

Digitalcollections," Information literacy; ;,

Knowledge management

Thethreemodelsdescribed inthis to finish.Seehowchildren THERAWAND UNFILTERED!,,

sessionare:SubscriptionLibrary approachtheon-lineexperience School librarieshaveanessential :: INTERNE THATIS! ,i

(Newmarket: 1840),Common anddemonstratehowto involve andcentralroleto playin building Johanna Lawler, LizGolden, Elementary

SchoolPublicLibrary(Variousloca- childreninthe designprocess. As school-wideliteracy.Explorefour' Teacher-Librarians, Greater Essex

tions:circa1852)andMechanics' well,explorenewtrendsinon-line majorstrategies thatfosterstudent CountyDistrictSchool Board;Tasha

Institute(Woodbridge: 1880).Each serviceto children, literacy. Maddison, MicroMedia Account,

speakerwill describethe historical Convenor:MaryBaxter,Georgina 1. Establishing andAddressinga Developer andTrainer, K-12. :

development of eachmodelwhile PublicLibrary. Continuumof Studies;

placingit withinitsculturalcon- 2. EngagingStaffinTargeted Learnto cultivatecriticaliteracy

text. 1421 MTCC104A CollaborativePlanning; skillsinyourstudents. Twoteacher-

Convenor: LeslieSutherland, 3:45-5:00pm 3. UtilizingAssistiveTechnology; librarianswill showyouhowto'

OakvillePublicLibrary.

Web2.0;Wikis;RSS," Blogging 4. ConnectingBeyondtheLibrary. teachcriticaliteracyskillsandere-

PUTA BLOGONTHEFIRE Hereisawealthof adaptable, atetheopportunityto develop:

1419 MTCC201D AND LIGHTTHATWIKI! practical ideasthatwillmotivate theseliteracyskillsinthelibrary

3:45-5:00pm

AnitaBrooksKirkland, Library studentsandfosteracultureof throughthe useof eLibrary. Learn

Advocacy," Community development Consultant, Information Technology schooliteracy,

to equipstudentswitha newset

TAKIN'CAREOFBUSINESS: Services, WaterlooRegionDistrict Convenor: MarybethSnyder, of skillswhichwill enablethem:to

BUILDINGBRIDGESWITH School Board. WaterlooRegionDistrictSchool locate,analyze, evaluateandsyn-

THEBUSINESSCOMMUNITY Board. thesizethevastamountof up-to-

EmmaDuncan, Co-ordinator, Business TheReadlWriteWeb,theMeWeb

dateinformationthatcomesfrom

&E-Services, Brampton Library. Internet2.0whateveryoucallit, 1423 MTCC104C avarietyof sourcesinthisconnewWeb-based

technologies are 3:45-5:00pm trolleddatabase. Enlightenyouiself

Findout howto buildstrongrela- drasticallychangingthewaysocie- Collections andresources," Curriculum withthe knowledgeandability

tionshipswiththelocalbusiness tyconstructsandinteractswith andlearning; ESLstudents : neededto improvethestudents'

community. Learnhowpublic knowledge. Is Wikipediato be MANY ROOTS, skillsto goon-lineandbecome

librariescandevelopinnovative avoidedorembraced?Howdowe MANY VOICES informationmanagers.

servicesthatarerelevantforthe teachstudentsto evaluatesources JamieA.Groh, Itinerant Teacher- Convenor: SyaVanGeest, Retired,

businesscommunity, including inawideopenwikiworld?How Librarian, WaterlooRegionDistrict PeelDistrictSchoolBoard.

newsletters, workshops, book canwe useblogsandwikisto School Board, ElizabethCoelho,

clubs,remoteaccessdatabasesand motivatestudentsto writeandtalk Student

Pearson,

Achievement

Education Officer,Ministryof

Officer, Lyle

muchmore!Partnerships andout- aboutheirlearningin ameaning- Education.

reachwithlocalbusinessorganiza- fulway?Explorethedynamic

tionsarealsoakeycomponent to learningopportunitiesofferedby Learnsomekeyapproaches and

promotingyourlibrary'services, theworldof blogsandwikis,and strategies for supportingstudents

Convenor:. DonnaBolton-Steele, discoverpracticalstrategies forget- whoarelearningthecurriculumat

WbitbyPublicLibrary. ringstarted, thesametimeastheyarelearning

Convenor:DianePapernick,

TorontoDistrictSchoolBoard.

English,andwhomayberecent

IsabelleMoreau JulieRodrigue RevaCooper HelenKatz MichaelWhite

1427 1427 1801,1901 1802 1803

80 OLa sUPeR conFeRence 2007


ISSUES

_ SSOCIATION _ ABFO_, DIX ANS

1425 MTCC206A 1427 MTCC203A

3:45-5:00pm 15h45-17h ANNUAL MEETINGS

Reading andliteracy," Censorship RECHERCHE:

SELECTIONVSCENSORSHIP: SlTES.TRUCSETASTUCES 1501 MTCC 206F 5:15pm

BUILDINGCRITICAL

LITERACY

IsabelleMoreau, Analyste-rechechiste;

JulieRodrigue, Coordonnatrice, #quipe

ONTARIO PUBLIC

PeggyThomas, Centrally Assigned

Teacher-Librarian, TorontoDistrict

Recherche etVeiile,Caisseded6pdtet

placement duOu#bec, Service d'infor-

LIBRARYASSOCIATION

A_N_b_&L _J_E_'_MN6

School Board," Mari/ynWillis, marion. Presiding: KARENMcGRATH,President 2006.

Instructional Coordinator, PeelDistrict

School Board; AlanCumyn, PEN Presentation dediverstrucsde

Allof thedramatichangeshappeninginthe

Canada, TessKalinowski, TorontoStar," recherchevouspermettantdemax-

OntariopubliclibraryworldfromKnowledge

PatsyAIdana, 6roundwood Books. imiservoscapacit_s&trouverde Ontarioto theFederationof OntarioPublic

I'informationpertinenterapidement

Librariesto theMinistryof Culture'searchfora

In lightof therecentcontroversy surInternet.Partaged'astucesaug- newframeworkisaffectinghowwe alllookat the

regardingbooksselectedfor the mentantvotreefficacit_et desites future.OPLACouncil thisyearhiredaconsultant

Forestof Reading, it istimeto start int_ressantspourmieuxparcourir

to rebuilditsmandateandto setfuturedirections

thedialogueaboutwhatiscritical leWebinvisible.Entrelaproximit_

literacy,howthatimpactsourreac-" et troncatured'Exaleadet le

forthe OntarioPublicLibraryAssociation.

tionto literature,andwhatis selec- InvisibleWebDirectory, vous

Youaregoingto wantto seethisand,sincethe

tionversuscensorship. Jointhis d_couvrirezunefouledepratiques decisionsarestillverydynamic, youhavea chance

paneldiscussionandexplorehow pouroptimiservotretemps! to changeit!! It isallaboutleadershipandyou

to handleyourowncomfortlevel Convenor: PatriciaRoebuck, Barrie

arepartof it.Let'sseta recordforattendanceat

withbooksof acontroversial PublicLibrary. OPLA'sAnnualMeetingthisyear!And,YOU

nature,howto bringstudentsinto

thediscussionaswellaswhat

COULDWINTHATI-POD!

freedomof expressionandfreedom

to readmeansto usasthinking, 1502 ICH Caledon 5:15 pm

contributingcitizens.

ONTARIOLIBRARYAND INFORMATION

Convenor: LindaWhite,Thames

TECHNOLOGYASSOCIATION

ValleyDistrictSchoolBoard.

ANNUALMEETUN@

1426 ICH Oakville Presiding: PAULTAKALA,President 2006,

3:45-5:00pm

Information literacy; Reference and

research,

THINKINGMAPS:

Technology andeducation 1503 MTCC 2OIF 5:15 prn

ON THEROADTOLITERACY

ONTARIO SCHOOL

ChrisPrefontaine, PatWhitehouse,

LIBRARYASSOCIATION

CurriculumConsultants,YorkRegion _&NN_&[L _E_-TI_(_]

DistrictSchool Board.

Howcanteachersengagestudents

Dr.DonKlinger,EvaluationandAssessment, Faculty

of Education, Queen'sUniversity, will bespeakerat

the OSL AnnualMeeting.Dr.Klingerconducted

theresearchwithPeoplefor Educationthatresult-

edintheresearchreport,SchoolLibraries&Student

Achievement in Ontario.A secondresearchstudyis

being preparedfor 2007in whichthe behaviours

of librarystaffwilt be matchedto studentand

teacherbehaviours to determinetheimpactonstudentsuccess.

TheOLABoardof Directorshasfundedthe$100,000project.

astheyconsider theirquestioning

practicesandhowcantheybest

usetechnologyto enhancethe

learningexperienceandmaximize

criticaliteracy?Usingpicture

books, launchthinkingactivities

thatallowkidsto extendtheir

ideasanddemonstratewhatthey

know.

Convenor: NancyDalrymple,

DurhamDistrictSchoolBoard.

Presiding: MICHAELROSETIrlS,President.

Speaker: Dr.DONKLINGER,Queen'sUniversity.

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FRIENDSOFCANADIANLIBRARIES

super AndwehaveMAGICto add

10th ANNIVERSARY Conference'sto yourfun. :

DINNER atArriba(privateroom),

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Featuring puppeteer DonMills.Toreserve,, contact

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ANEWGENERATION

Max

1700 ICHBALLROOM

ALLCONFERENCEVENT

Valiquette

Youthopia, Inc.

MaxValiquetteisCanada's foremostexpertonyouthcultureandmarketing.Heisfounder

andPresident of Youthography, Canada'sleadingyouthmarketingconsultancy, andthe

hostofTVOntario'sVoxTalk, a youthissuestalkshow. r

Youthography isCanada'sleadingyouth-focused communications agency,managingmarketresearchandmarketingprogramsfor

allvarietyof clientsandorganizations, bethey

fortune500companies, governmental organizations, ornot-for-profit.

Max'svariedexpertisemakeshimoneof themostsoughtafterspeakersonyouthandpop

cultureinCanadatoday.Hehasbeenfeaturedinvirtuallyeverynationalmediaoutletn

Canada, includingMuchMusic, CBCTelevision, ROB-TVandTSN, as wellasinvarious

newspapers, periodicalsandtradepublications, fromTheWallStreetJournal to Canadian

Business, andeverythingin between.Heistheauthorof numerous industryrelatedarticles,andwasthethree-timeChairperson

of StrategyMagazine'sUnderstanding Youth

Conference. Maxhasa B.A.fromtheUniversityof Ottawa,isaformerCentralCanadian

DebatingChampion, andhasperformed, asa sketchcomedian, at SecondCity.Hewas

recentlynamedoneof Canada'smostinfluentialmarketersbyMarketingMagazine.

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1801 MTCC201D frompublicpatentdatabases.

9:05-10:20am

Librarianswhoserveinventors,

Friends; Volunteers

entrepreneurs, businessclientele,

VOLUNTEERRECRUITMENT instructorsor researchers andhave

AND RETENTIONTODAY: aninterest in learningabout

1800 PARTONE patentsareencouraged to attend.

RevaCooper, Principal, RevaCooper Convenor: ItaGrant,GeorgeBrown

ICH BALLROOM Consulting. College.

9:05-10:20am

Successful recruitment requires 1804 MTC¢ 204

OLITA' SPOTLIGHTEVENT newwaysof thinkingaboutwho 9:05-10:20am

TECHTRENDS

TOP voElnteers,

howto poolopportunities.

increaseyourvolunteer whytheyvolunteer, Planning; PLANNINGFORA BRANCHLIBRARY

Buildingandrenovation NEW

targetrecruiting,marketingand WendySchick, ChiefExecutive Officer,

newprogrammodels.Sharebest Burlington PublicLibrary; Adele

practices for volunteerecruitment Kostiak, ChiefExecutive Officer,

Michael andengagement.

1802 ICH Humber Brampton Newbranchlibrariesarespringing

PublicLibrary.

tepn"--'em programs

Digitalcollections," Government novelapproaches to introducing

,:o,,o:_oandservices am , upthroughoutOntario.Hearabout

(ormaintaining) serviceinthearea

DominicanUniversity STRATEGISAND thenewbranchisbeingdevel-

ITSHIDDENGEMS!

oped,workingwitharchitects, con-

HelenKatz,Manager, Finance Library, tractors,citystaff,andsuppliers to

AmandaOntarioMinistryofFinance.

Strategis, aWebsitefromIndustry

Etches Canada,

successfu,lYlibrary, opena newbranch

I

Canadiancompany, business, eco-

isanamazingresourcefor 9:05-10:20am

1805 MTCC203A

nomicandconsumer information. Staff," Governance andpolicies

Johnson Afteranoverviewof segmentsof thesite,acloserlook

thevarious WHATTHEBOARDSHOULD

KNOWABOUTWORKING

ReferenceLibrarian, willbetakenat some(relatively) WITHA UNIONWORKFORCE

hidden"gems"of information JohnPlatz,President, Platz&

McMasterUniversity; whichyoumayhavemissed. Associates IncandHR/IRSatellite Inc.

Convenor: ElaineDeBonis, Sheridan

workwith unionizedworkforces.

John College. 1803 MTCC203C Manylibraryboardsintheprovince

Exploreaspectsof theunionized

Patents; Reference andresearch operate.Understand thecollective

DIyD _I" RLe rg__ 9:05-i DISCOVERINGTHE

0:20 am workplace bargainingprocessandthefeno

and how it needs to

NetworkAdministrator WORLDOFPATENTS turesofa collectiveagreement.

andLeadDeveloper,

AnnArborDistrictLibrary. Library,

MichaelWhite, Librarian forResearch Lookat dealingwiththeresponsi-

Services, Engineering andScience bilityof theDutytoAccommodate.

Queen'sUniversity. Discuss theimpactof yourstrategic

businessplanonlabourcostman-

Eachyear,inventorsfilemorethan agement.

Whattechnologies andtrends a millio newpatentapplications Convenor:ClaudetteRichardson,

shouldlibrariansbewatching? forinventions thatmakeourday- KingstonFrontenacPublicLibrary

What'sthenextbigthingaswe to-dayliveseasierandmoreenjoy- Board,OLBA2007Program

moveinto2007?Jointheexperts ableandachievethebettermentof Planner.

astheydiscusstentechnologies to society.Thissessionwill coverthe

beawareof inthenowand basicsof patentdocumentsand

beyond.Theywilltouchonplan- databases, exploreon-linesearch

ning,peopleandparticipation, toolsandstrategies, andexplain

theroleof patentinformationin

Convenor: PaulTakala,OLITA2006 scientificresearchandbusiness

President, HamiltonPublicLibrary,

decision-making usingexamples

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1806 MTCC201F 1808 ICHCaledon 1809 ICHKingsway resourcedelivery.Exploreways

9:05-10:20am 9:05-10:20am 9:05-10:20am TownandGowncancollaborateto

Fundraising

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Communities, Programs andservices; Community development," Partnershipscreateopportunities for community

Users TOWNAND GOWN: engagement.

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BarriePublicLibrary; Me/issaCameron,NEWCANADIANSAND DelilahDeaneCummings, Program&

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andFundraising, Oakvi//e PublicLibrary.PaulTrumphour, Manager, Joan LondonPublicLibrary; ClaireCallaghan,9:05-10:20am

McCatty, Planning andDevelopment, ChiefLibrarian, KingsUniversity : Planning; Collaboration; Communities

Successful fundraisingcannothap- TorontoPublicLibrary," PeterDorfman, College, University of Western Ontario,"USINGCURRICULUM

penwithoutthesupportof the Provincial Co-ordinator, Settlement TristaWalker, Associate Director`

board.Butwhat,exactly, isthe Educational Partnership; Colette Program&Events, AlumniRelations,

Snyder, ProgramConsultant, SettlementUniversity ofWesternOntario. :

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board'sroleisclearly.definedand academicommunitieswill be HighSchool, RuthHall,Assistant

whatthebestboardsdoto ensure

theirlibrariesfindthefundingthey

Recordnumbersof newCanadians highlighted,withparticularempha- Curriculum Leader, Library, Debra

Mondrow, Assistant CurriculumLeader,

needisexplored.Learnhowto arearrivingincommunitiesall

acrossOntario.Howarethesepeosisonpublicprograms,

shared EarlHaigSecondary School, Toronto

technical solutionsandprofessionalDistrictSchoo/Board.

activelysupportafundraisingproj- piemanagingto copewiththe development. WesternReads,modect,howto

makeeducatedeci- challenges of settlinginanew eledonCBCRadio'sCanadaReads Theteacher-librarian's useof _ursionsaboutyourlibrary'sfundrais-

country?Whatorganizations and programandtheimplementation riculummapping(usingthe i

ingefforts,andhowto integrate agenciesareavailable_to help of thesharedInnovativeMillennium ElectronicCurriculumPlanner)can

therolesof staffandboard, them?Andwhatrolecanthepub- system, knittingtogetherLondon helpbringteachersof various':

Convenor:DarylNovak,SOuthern liclibraryplayin reachingoutand andareapublicandacademic departmentsandgradestogether

OntarioLibraryService. assistingnewcomerswhohave librarycommunities, aretwo exam- asprofessional learningcommunities.

arrivedinourcommunities? These piesof co-operative serviceand. Convenor: NancyDouglas,Braemar

1807 MTCC206B andotherimportantquestions HouseSchool.

9:05-10:20am

relatingto thepubliclibrary'srole

Collections andresources; Programs in helpingnewcomerswillbe

andservices,"

FRIENDLYSPACES:

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explored.Consider thecurrent

REORGANIZINGPICKERING'S immigrationenvironment in

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newcomers andtherolethatone

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Support,Amy Caughlin,Service ingnewcomers dealwiththeirset-

Development, Pickering PublicLibrary. tlement-related issuesandproblems.

ThePickeringPublicLibraryhas Convenor: PaulTrumphour, Toronto

undertakena reorganization of its PublicLibrary.

collectionsandservicesbasedon

newmodelsanduserstudies.

Althoughthesechangesappear

radical,theyultimatelyarea return

to theprincipleof "Savethetime

of thereader."

Convenor: JoanneHawthorne,

TorontoPublicLibrary.

JohnPlatz

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Reference andresearch, •Information lit- Values andvision; Fundraising Graphicnovels Collections; Children

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INFORMATION

Sinclair Secondary School, Nancy Librarian, AgnesMacphail Public PublicLibrary; JaneSalmon, Librarian,

Jo-Anne LaForty, SharonMills, Cotter,Department Head-Library School, TorontoDistrictSchool Board. BarriePublicLibrary.

Instructional Leaders, Libraryand Recourse, DurhamDistrictSchool

LearningResources, TorontoDistrict Board. Comehearaboutgreatgraphic The30bestitlesfrom2006:10

School Board.

novelsthataremust-haves for your fiction,10non-fiction, and10pic-

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is oneof themostchallenging Foundation(over$35,000raised) ic novelbookclubreviewbooks. Convenor: SheilahO'Connor,

stagesto teachintheresearch ourhighschool librarybecamethe Learnhowto select,reviewand TorontoPublicLibrary.

process. Inthisworkshop, specific motivationfor change. In aninfor- usethisexcitingformatinyourlanstrategiesforteachingstudents

mationsessionpresentedto over guageartsprogram, othercurricu- 1817 MTCC206E

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•organizeinformation, usegraphic dering,whyshouldI care? readers. Collections andresources," Information

organizersanddevelopthesis Experience anupbeat,information- Convenor: SharonArmstrong, fiteracy

statementswill bepresented, alyetdeeplyemotional30minute GrandErieDistrictSchoolBoard. MEETINGTHENEEDSOF

Teachingresourceswill beshared presentation forstudents..,and

HEALTHINFO-SEEKERS: ARE

suchasvideosandWebsites.As YOUtoo,canbethe change 1814 MTCC202B LIBRARIESDOINGTHEJOB?

well,copiesof thenew2005 @yourlibrary. 9:05-10:20am RomaHarris,Professor, Facultyof

TorontoDistrictSchoolBoard Convenor: SusanMaize,Toronto Reading andliteracy; Information Information andMediaStudies,

ResearchGuide,Research DistrictSchoolBoard. literacy University ofWesternOntario.

Success@your Librarywill behigh-

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lighted. LITERACYIN THESCHOOL WhydoCanadians loseif libraries

Convenor: RobertBaxter,York LIBRARYPROGRAM andlibrariansareinvisibleinthe

RegionDistrictSchoolBoard.

RoseDodgson, AnnPerez, Instructionalcountry'shealthinfo-scape?Come

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what'shappeningwhencitizens

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strategiesandactivitieslinking

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tion.Whatdifferencewouldit

kindergarten literacyandinforma- makeif librariansadoptedabroadtion

Libraries

literacyfor teacher-librarians erservicemandateintheprovision

gartenclasses. _ Convenor: ElysePike,GreyBruce

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consumer healthinformation?

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PeelCatholicDistrictSchoolBoard.

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OshawaPublicLibrary.

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Information literacy Fundraising Social software

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Jennifer Peters-Lise, Dig#a/Services and PublicLibraryBoard;RossPeacock,JennHorwath, ELibrarian, Cynthia Librarian, Wi/fridLaurierUniversity.

MetadataLibrarian, JaneFoo, Trustee,CollingwoodPublicLibrary Wi//iamson, CollectionManagement

Manager, DigitalLibraryServices and Board," SherrySpark,former Librarian, MohawkCollege. MacroExpress issoftwarethat

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LibrariesOn-lineCourseReadings community. Settingupfundraising Buthowarelibrariesactuallyusing bycreatingmacrosthatautomati-

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plan,andimplementing thatplan tionalgoals?Comeout andhear formedwithinanILSorWeb-based

ware(firstEndeavor'sEncompass, is necessary whetherfor continu- abouta collegelibrary'suseof applications. LearnabouthegenbutsoonCurator)insteadof

using ous,long-termfundraisingorfor a thesetoolsfor realworldapplica- eralprinciplesof macroconstruccirculationsoftware,courseman-

specialproject.Thistwo-partwork- tionsandto furtherthe library's tionandseeif thisisasolutionfor

agementsystems, andlorcommer- shopbysuccessful boardfundrais- strategicpriorities, youandyourcolleagues.

ciale-reserves software.Seneca erswill explorethe insandoutsof Convenor: ThomasBrenndorfer, Convenor: ElaineDeBonis, Sheridan

usescustommetadatabasedon successful fundraising. GuelphPublicLibrary. College.

MARCto catalogueitemsin an Convenor: RobLavery, Southern

attempto collocateacompletelist OntarioLibraryService. 1911 MTCC206D 1913 MTCC206A

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reserverecordsimportedfrom 1909 MTCC203A Reference; DigitalServices Genealogy; Reference services;

Voyager. Draftprocedures, plansfor 10:40-11:55am VIRTUALREFERENCE- IS IT Collections andresources

stafftraining,andchangesto cur- Issues MAKINGA DIFFERENCE? GENEALOGYRESOURCES

rentworkflowfor coursematerials EVERYWHERE'SOOPEN, Lei/aWallenius, Engineering and YOU CANUSENOW!

areexamined. THERE'SNOWHERE Psycho/ogy Librarian, LeddyLibrary, E/iseC.Cole, LocalHistoryLibrarian &

Convenor: JessicaOlivier,University SAFETO DRESS

University ofWindsor..

AskUs?Co-ordinator, Central Branch,

ofWesternOntario.

PatriciaMoore, Information Systems'

OakvillePublicLibrary.

Technology Librarian, University of Foroverfouryears,the University

1906 Saskatchewan. ofWindsorlibrarieshavebeencol- Genealogical researchchangeson

MovedtoThursday, 9:05am lectingdataontheirreference a dailybasisasmoreandmore

Newsessionnumber:330 Withthe riseof socialsoftware, servicesinanattemptto under- resourcesbecomeavailableand

LEADERSHIPAND bloggingandothersharingand standbetterwhystudentsusethe interestinfamilyhistorygrows.

ADVOCACYSKILLSLEADTO peer-to-peer utilities,manypeople service. Theanalysisis nowcom- Learnhowto easilystayontopof

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KenHaycock, Director, SanJos#State everything?Thissessionwilllook servicesattheuniversity? referenceclientele.

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University School ofInformation

at thecultureof sharing, thecon- Convenor:CarlyBrake,York Convenor:DeanNickerson, Whitby

ceptsof appropriateness, University. PublicLibrary.

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Reading andliteracy librariesareperceivedashonest Reading andliteracy

Curriculum andlearning

READINGMATTERS brokersandcommunitybuilders. BUILDINGSTUDENT PICTUREBOOKS:A

Catherine Ross, Professor andDean, Thebrandenjoystrongsupport, SUCCESSTHROUGH SPRINGBOARDTO

Faculty ofInformation andMedia andevokesexpectations of quality, LITERATUREAND

INVESTIGATING

Studies, University of Western Ontario. service, freedomof expression and INFORMATIONCIRCLES MATHEMATICS

universal access. Whataccounts for AnndaMota,Teacher-Librarian, ' MaryAnneCree, JuniorSchool

Co-authorof ReadingMatters thesedifferences?Whatarethe TorontoDistrictSchool Board• Librarian, AmandaHumphreys, Teacher,

(LibrariesUnlimited, 2005), telltalesignsof abranddevalua- MathLead,SusanHislop,Teacher,

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ingsabouthe library'svitalrolein promisesarenotmet?Froman area powerfulwayto engagestuthelifeof

apleasure-reader. Gain international perspective, thisses- dentsinnewlearningexperiences Thereisawiderangeof math-,',

insightintowhatpleasure-readerssiondemonstrates theimpactsof whileimprovingtheirachievement,relatedpicturebooksandrelated

themselves sayabouthe roleof branding, theimportanceof match- Presenterswilldemonstratehow resources to fireyourimagination.

readingintheirlives.Thissessionis ingcustomerexpectations

serv- thesemethodologies areeffective Findout howliteraturecanbe

intendedforbothreaders' advisors icedelivery, andkeyattributesof meansofprocessingandsynthesiz- usedinmathinvestigations for'

andforpeoplewhoarefansof thepubliclibrary'suniqueand inginformation, aswellashow bothprimaryandjuniorgradesii

pleasurereadingandwantto hear powerfulbrand, theymeettheneedsof multiple Convenor: JudyCarter,RainyRiver

abouthowotherpeoplechoose Convenor: VirginiaVanVliet, intelligences. DistrictSchoolBoard.

books,talkaboutreading,and TorontoPublicLibrary. Convenor: SyaVanGeest,Retired,

valuetheirreadingexperiences. PeelDistrictSchoolBoard. 1920 MTCC202B

Convenor: LynnMcLeod, 1916 MTCC202A 10:40-11:55am

Mississauga LibrarySystem. 10:40-11:55am 1918 ICH Halton Partnerships

Reading andfiteracy 10:40-11:55am WHAT'SNEXT?.FROM

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1915 MTCC203D FAMILYLITERACYGAMES Partnerships TO UNIVERSITY-

10:40-11:55am THATCANHELPCHILDREN MODELSAND STANDARDS THELIBRARYEXPERIENCE

Communication," Marketing; ACHIEVEGOLDIN READING FORSCHOOLLIBRARY RandyWilliams, Senior SchoolTeacher-

Management

SusanRamsay, EarlyLiteracy Specialist,COLLABORATION

Librarian, BishopStrachan School," '

WHAT'STHEBIGIDEA? KingstonLiteracy. TimGaunt/ey, ProgramCo-ordinator, CecileFarnum, Communications and

PERCEPTIONSAND LibraryandLearningResources, LiaisonLibrarian,

DeenaYanofsky, Research

Ryerson University;

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EXPECTATIONSOFTHE Familyliteracygamesinvolvea TorontoDistrictSchool Board. YorkUniversity; JeffNewman, Co-ordi-

LIBRARYBRAND playful,interactivestations nator,Instruction inLibraryUse,

KenRoberts, Chief Librarian, Daphne approachto teachingparentsand "Partnering"isavibrantconcept Undergraduates, University ofToronto.

Wood,Manager, Communications and children3to 8 yearsof agethe whenre-examined

lightof new

Community Development, Hamilton fivecomponents of literacyacquisi- modelsof collaborationand Asecondaryschoolteacher-librari-

PublicLibrary. tion.Learnhowto nurtureemer- nationalstandardsof school-wide anandthreeacademic librarians

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leadership. KeyresearchandinnovativeideashelpestablishlonganswertheBIGquestionforstu-

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offerawiderangeof adulteduca- Convenor: DistrictSchoolBoard. PeggyThomas, Toronto andunlocksjointcurricularplan- ning,delivery,andassessment, Theywillanswerthecomplementa-

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tion classes, careerandeducation

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Atkinson,Doug 1403 Fantin,Loren 421 McCabe,Murray 1000 Silk,Kim 1316

AuYeung,Catherine 1312 Farnum,Cecile 1920 McCatty,Joan 1808 Singer,Ross 308, 1111

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Barker,Charmaine 625 Flecker,Michelle 414 McDiarmid,Mary 1307 Skreszewski, Stan 1316

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Bissonette,Lise 900 Gasparini,Walter 1114 Mikulinski,Margaret 410 Smulevitch,Karen 1810

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Blyberg,John 610,1800 Gendron,Celine 328 Mills,Don 615, 1116, 1605 Soden,Dr.LesleyM. 1324

Bordonaro,Karen 1103 Giles,Suzette 1104 Mills,Sharon 1328, 1811 Solomon,Mary 1405

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Bradbeer,Kevin 624 Golden,Helene 614 Moore,Patricia 1415,1909 Standen,Allison 1316

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Brown,Jeff 315 Hall,Ruth 1810 Mutz,Janice 606 Stover,Lisa 1815

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Bumstead,Linda 1405 Haycock,Ken 330, 1000, 1924 Neill,John 613 Takala,Paul 1413

Bureau,Valerie 622 Henry,Margaret 1119 Ness,Ron 1908 Teodosio,Lisa 4.16

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CabraI,Louis 328 HeppelI,Stephen 1100,1302 Newman,Jeff 1920., Thompson,Angela 315

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Casey,Maureen 1328 Home,Doug 309 Oppel,Kenneth 300, 1402 Trumphour,Paul 1808

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Cecchetto,Andrea 412 HonNath,Jenn 618, 1910 Parry,Sybille 317 Valiquette,Max 1700

Chan,Arlene 310 Humphreys, Amanda 1919 Peacock,Ross 1908 vanBelkom,Edo 300,424

Chandrashekar, Sambhavi 313 Hunt,Karen 1305 Pearson,Lyle 1423 Vandenburg,Michael 306

Chartrand,Valerie 417 Hyndman,Rob 322 Peck,LanaL. 418 ' Vares,Kim 1000

Chittenden,Michele 310 Ingrain,Matthew 322 Penalosa,Gil

312 Vartanian,Talin 1102

Cho,Li 316 Jefferson,Beth 1315,1902 Pennell,Todd 1303 Walker,Trista 1809

Clendening,Leanne 311,406 Jessup,Rhonda 408 Perez,Ann 621, 1814 Wallenius,Leila 19i 1

Clinning,Shauna 1416 Johnson,Maureen 1404 Perkovic,Olga 302 " Weitzel,Sandra 1000

Coelho,Elizabeth 1423 Jordan,Mark 605 Perquin,Maggie 1323 Wellheiser,Johanna 428

Cole,Elise 1913 Jordan,Isla 1408 Peters-Use, Jennifer 1904 '_ Wells,Gall 402

Cooper,Reva 1801, 1901 Jouppien,GloriaJoy 1903 Pike,Elyse 1405 , Wesson,Nick 1418

Costantino,Terry 1109,1315, 1401 Julien,Marc 1322 Platz,John 1805. White,Michael 1803

Cotter,Nancy 1812 Kaay,Anne 1409 Prefontaine,Chris 1426 Whitehouse,Pat 1426

Coutts,Paula 1807 Kalb,Sam 314 Prigoda,Elena 618 Whyte,GIoiia 13i4

Cowan,Kathy 1326 Kalinowski,Tess 1425 Qin, Dijia 405 ,Williarns, Caitlin P099,422,608, 1107, 1923

Craig,Gordon 1000 Kandiuk,Mary 420 Ramsay, Susan 1916 Williams,Randy 1920

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Cullen,Sean 2000 Kendall,Sandra 1307- Renaud,Sylvia 606 _' Willis,Marilyn 1425

Culp;Suzanne 427, 627 King,Melissa 1815 Reycraft,Doug 1000 Wilson,lan E. 900

Cumming,Douglas 1000 Knight,Cameron 1418 Rhyno,Art 306 Wilson,Brenda 13i0

Cummings,DelilahDeane 1809 Koechlin,Carol 623 Ridgway,Valerie 1120 Witney,Beth 1309

Cumyn,Alan 1425 Kostiak,Adele 627, 1804 Rigo,Magda 1900 Wood,Daphne 617, 1915

Cunningham,Joyce 427 Krystoforski,Andrei 300, 1110 Rissanen,Roxanne 409 : Woodbridge,Janet 1309

Cuthbert,Shireen 417 Kwasnicki,Meg 412 Roberts,Ken 1000, 1915 Wueppelmann,William 1414

daMota,Ann 1917 LaForty,Jo-Anne 624,1811 Robertson,John 1109 . Xu,Ming 1103

Dalgetty,Christine 1416 Lavery,Rob 1806 Robertson,Mark 616 Yanofsky,Deena 1920

Dalton,Sheila 1312 Lawler,Johanna 1424 Roch,Lucille 602 Young,Nora 322

Daniel,Can/ 1407 Lewis,Vivian 304 Rodrigue,Julie 1427 Zakoor,Rebecca 607

Darling,Kit 617 Lewis,Walter 421 Roger,Dave 408 Zimmerman,Peter 1409

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610 322,419,609,1100,1108, 304,415,611,618,622,623,

Culture, Canadian 1109,1302,1314,1315, 1103,1104,1105,1307,

1102,1323 1902 1324,1426,1803,1811,

Culture, Protection of Intellectual Property 1911,1913

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325,426, 1000,1924 First Nations Networking 315,316,412, 417,624,

1122 1309 1115,1321,1322,1426,

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423, 1425 1913 Personal Development 325,326,330,426,427, 428,

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324 and Services 1323,1326,1407,1804, 313,318,320,423,627,

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607,1114,1405,1810,1903, 1308,1813 617 1700,1808,1816

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Ontario Health Libraries Association

Annual General Meetinq Minutes

OLA Super Conference

Thursday February i, 2007

5:15 - 6:15 pm,

Room 203A, MTCC

110'Welcome and Call to Order; Mary McDiarmid

Mary welcomed OHLA members. The meeting was called to order at

5:15p.m.

Members present: 36

2.0 Approval of the Agenda (All)

No addition

3.0 Approval of the minutes from 2005 AGM (All)

Accepted by: Susan Hendricks

No Objections.

4.1 Reporl" from President (Mary McDiarmid)

Mary pr(!sented her report for 2006

President's Report

4.2 Report from Past-President (Jami Van Haaften)

]ami presented her report for 2006

Report

4.3 Report from Professional Development Coordinator

(Penka Stoyanova)

Report

4.4 Report from Communication Coordinator

(Elyse Pyke)

Report


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4.5 Report from Webmaster (Sophie Regaldo)

Melanie Browne presented webmaster report. See attached

Webmaster Report.

4,6Report from President-Elect (Melanie Browne)

Melanie Browne presented her report.

Financial Report (Christina Woodward)

Report

5.0 Discussion and Approval of Reports (All)

1) Newsline: OHLA members concern was of about not receiving

newsline. Mary and other Executives members commented that that it may

be problem of listserv.

2) Award to attend the conference: Pat Johnston asked to consider

having conference attendance award for north Ontario librarians. Susan

Hendricks made the point, that it isn't only librarians in the north who have

difficulty affording conference rates.

Mary suggested that the new executive may wish to discuss this further at

the next meeting.

5.1 Presentation of Awards (Mary McDiarmid )

Winners:

Lifetime Achievement Award: Jan Figurski

Susan Hendricks presented Jan Figurski with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Two Coin Sets: In order to celebrate the 20thanniversary

of OHLA, two-coin

set of 1986 have been awarded. Jan received one set and picked the name for

other coin set winner from the basket, Doreen Lewis.

5.2 Election of New Association Officers

Jami Van Haaften

OHLA Elections - 2007

]'he following OHLA members have been elected for the following three


)ositions.

1) President-Elect- Mark Aaron Polger

2) Assistant to Professional Development Coordinator - Mark Aaron

Polger

no nominationsreceived,so Markvolunteeredfor thisposition.

3) Assistant to Media Coordinator (Newsline): Vacant

no nominationsreceived.

6.0 questions/Comments (members)

No comments from the floor.

6.1 Other Business;

Discussion and Approval of Ratification Notices

C:,Woodward

The following amendments were made.

OHLA has three categories of memberships. Working members fee at full

_rice. Retired/Non working and students member fee at half price.

Early bird registration is received before Dec.1.

Motion by: by Gail Knaggs

Seconded by Patricia Johnston

LO Adjournment

Meeting was adjourned at: 6.15

B.o Dinner:

There was a dinner to celebrate OHLA's 20th anniversary after meeting at

Copia Grille & Wine Bar which started at 6:30 pm


OHLA President's Report 2006 (Mary McDiarmid)

Good evening and Welcome

Back to Minutes

At last year's AGM we heard from the members that they wished to

reconnect with the OHA and raise the profile of hospital libraries within their

organizations.

OHLA's Executive met for the first time in March 2006 and you'll find a copy

of the 2006 Activity Plan we used to guide us this past year. It was an

ambitious list and when you have a chance to review it, you will notice that

we accomplished most of our goals. The uncompleted items will be revisited

at the first Executive Meeting and decisions will be made at that time to

either continue with the idea or replace it with a new plan.

Responding to change and seizing the moment were characteristic of OHLA's

achievements this past year that marks our 20th anniversary as an

Association.

One way we tried to reconnect with OHA and raise the profile of the hospital

library was through the CEO study funded by CHLA/ABSC through a Toronto

Health Libraries Association Chapter grant. At the 2:10 session tomorrow

afternoon, Sandra Kendall of Mount Sinai Hospital, Malcolm Binns of the

Baycrest Rotman Research Institute and I will be sharing with you some of

our findings from the provincial wide telephone interviews we conducted this

past summer with chief executive officers in Ontario hospitals. This was a

great opportunity to find out what CEOs think about the future of hospital

libraries and we also used the time with the CEOs to raise their awareness of

how the library/librarian can help them in decision-making based on

evidence. We found their perceptions and comments utterly fascinating as

you'll find out tomorrow.

Another project we completed was creating a Copyright Toolkit for Ontario

hospitals that included questions submitted from health librarians from

across Canada. Thanks to the efforts of Jan Figurski, the principle author,

the OHA is at this moment in production of this document that will be

released as a joint publication of the Ontario Health Libraries Association and

Ontario Hospital Association.

The third project I would like to comment on is OHLA's proposal to the LHINs

for investigating a centrally operated portal of health databases that could

be accessed by all Ontario health care providers. You may be wondering

how this idea sprang to life.


As you may know, last year British Columbia became the latest of many

provinces to implement an e-health library for its health care providers.

With the coming of the LHINs in Ontario and no doubt all the changes to our

present world that would follow, the OHLA Executive decided to explore this

idea. We met last spring with a representative from the BC e-health project

via teleconference. They shared with us their business plan for the project.

From that we drafted over the next couple of months a proposal for Ontario.

Once the Executive were satisfied with our effort we sent it out to comment

among OHLA members via the listserv.

The most common feedback was "it's about time", or to put it more nicely,

"get on with it already." We heard from a couple of OHLA members whose

preference for the LHIN proposal was that we first conduct an intensive

consultative process with all health library stakeholders. Collaboration and

consultation are givens in a project like this and at the appropriate time

which would be with the hiring of an independent consultant funded by the

LHINs, extensive review and consultation will occur. The proposal to hire an

independent consultant to assess the ways and means of implementing a

provincial wide portal of health databases has also made its way to the

Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. So at this moment, we have two

government agencies assessing the merits and we are hopeful that they will

agree it is worth taking a close look at. The Coalition of Academic Health

Libraries has also sent OHLA an email of support for this idea.

One final word about the LHIN proposal is that opportunities are often lost

while waiting for perfect conditions.

I am also very pleased that OHLA is managing to attract new young

members who I hope will be around in twenty years, celebrating OHLA's

40th anniversary.

I was honored to have the opportunity to work with such a diverse,

interesting group of people on the 2006 Executive. I would also like to

thank the OHLA members who took the time to give us feedback. That was

key in helping us make the decisions we made this year and I urge you all to

get involve in the association as much as you can.

Submitted by

Mary McDiarmid

Back to Minutes


Report from the Past-President (J. Van Haaften)

OHLA Affiliation Agreements Back to Minutes

The OLA affiliation agreement was updated this year. The major change to

the agreement was the fact that OLA now hosts our website and listserv.

OHLA Docline

Group

There is a group in Docline called OHLA, which currently has 30 members.

Membership in this group is not restricted in any way. It is a convenient

method to add a group of Ontario libraries to your routing table by placing

the OHLA group in your routing table, rather than adding 30 libraries

separately.

Ontario Hospital Library Index

With the creation of the LHINS it seemed like an opportune time to create an

index to hospital libraries in Ontario. I took from the OHA website a list of

Ontario hospitals and cross-checked that list against the list of hospitals

found on the LHIN website. I then sorted my list by LHIN region. I used

membership lists from OHLA and CHLA, and searched Docline to identify

those hospitals which had a library service.

We obtained copyright permission from the Queen's Printer to use the LHIN

map on our website, and modify it, so that from our website someone could

browse an alphabetical list or click on their LHIN region, and see the list of

institutions with libraries.

Training

Links and Resources

I compiled a list of training links and resources and worked with Sophie to

have them added to the website. If OHLA members have created their own

resources in-house, and are willing to share, they could be listed here as

well.

Archives

I was able to visit the Archives in person mid-November, and came away

with a better idea of what is in the collection, and how it is organized. Based

on what I see, the archive was created be Dee Sprung, possibly in 1996, and

last year Jan did a major update of the archive to bring the collection up to

2006.


The collection has some artefacts which were fun to see. Purely by accident I

found another artefact in the hospital library in Sudbury, something that Don

Hawryliuk must have treasured, and this will be added to the collection.

The website now has an archives section, and one thing that that I gathered

last year has been posted on the web - a list of all our past executive

members, and their years of service. If you have not had a chance to look at

that yet, it is worth a read.

Elyse contributed an archive of all the articles that have appeared in

AccessOLA's magazine, and that folder now contains 9 articles.

Submitted by

Jami van Haaften

Back to Minutes


Report from the Professional Development Coordinator

My major responsibility was to organize the OHLA sessions for the OLA

Super Conference 2006 and 2007.

Ideas for the topics were solicited by e-mail and phone from all OHLA

members. The OHLA Executive meetings were also crucial for brainstorming

and deciding on the appropriate topics for the presentations. For this year's

conference we also used ideas from the survey, distributed last year by our

president Mary McDiarmid.

Once the topics were finalized, finding speakers for the topics of interest was

the most difficult part. However, OHLA members were very helpful at this

stage too. We had ten sessions scheduled for the conference in 2006 and

eight are scheduled for 2007.

I would like to thank our members, who agreed to convene sessions -

Patricia Johnson, Helen Lee Robertson, Chen Li, Gail Knaggs, Susan

Hendricks, Elyse Pike, Jan Figurski, Janette Hatton, Margaret Campbell, and

Linda Wilcox.

Lastly, I would like say a big thank you to Patricia Johnson and Gail Knaggs,

who served as my assistants during the past two years. They contributed

tremendously to the success of the program.

Submitted by

Penka Stoyanova

Back to Minutes


Report from the Communication Coordinator

Back to Minutes

I have done my last issue of the OHLA newsletter.

In the past two years, the newsletter has moved from a print format to an

on-line only format. The newsletter is posted on the OHLA web site and

notification is sent to the OHLA listserv. We hope this format is acceptable

to all. The advantage is significantly reduced cost (postage and paper) and

work load for those producing the newsletter. We've also updated the look

of the newsletter to partner with the new look for the OHLA logo.

The new Newsline editor is Karen Gagnon from Kingston. Karen has served

as assistant and done the technical part of the newsletter production for the

past two years. Now she is stepping up to be editor. All best wishes! I am

certain she will do a wonderful job. Please remember Karen when you see

something of interest to Health Sciences Librarians in Ontario or if you hear

of job moves, promotions, births, marriages etc. amoung your peers.

For the next year Karen and I have agreed that, until she gets the Newsline

going in her style and voice, I will continue to serve as the OHLA contact for

OLA's publication Access. The OLA has kindly permitted OHLA to have a

column in each issue that is devoted to matters of interest to Health

Sciences Libraries (and we hope of interest to many other types of libraries

as well).

Various authors this year included Jan Figurski, Susan Murray, Jean

Williams, Margaret Darling and myself. I am always looking for people who

are willing to contribute material - It's a great kick to be able to take a

published article to your boss and say - here! See what I've done. - And

remember Access circulation is over 4000 copies - This is a great place to

get published.

Again best wishes to Karen as she takes on her new role and I hope you

have enjoyed the past issues of Newsline.

Submitted by

Elyse Pike

Back to Minutes


Report from the Webmaster

With the input of the Membership and Executive the OHLA website was

successfully redesigned and launched during the spring of 2006. A web

survey was posted on the website and distributed to the Membership at the

last Annual General Meeting. Membership feedback was used to gauge user

satisfaction with the site and to identify areas for improvement. Thanks to all

of you who filled out the survey and who sent me your thoughts about the

new site - it was great hearing from you! In addition to a new look and logo,

the new OHLA site now boasts a Links page that contains the LHINS index

and helpful links, such as free medical journals and associations/networks,

as well as an Archives page. The OHLA website is a work in progress -- as

webmaster I invite and encourage your suggestions in order to ensure that

the site meets your needs.

The ohla.on.ca domain name has been renewed for a 5-year term and

continues to be hosted by the Ontario Library Association.

Submitted by

Sophie Regalado

Return to Minutes


o

Report from the President-Elect

Here we are again at the beginning of a new year. It seems like yesterday that the

OHLA past President-Elect was encouraging me to take over her position while she

moved on to become the President and to lead OHLA through many brand new

initiatives and to successfully wrap up the old ones. As President-Elect I had the

opportunity to sit back, observe and learn from the President while she carried on her

duties. Now I feel more confident to take over as President of OHLA and to continue to

work on the initiatives that Mary started and to lead new initiatives.

As President-Elect I was responsible for the membership drive. Currently OHLA has a

membership of 73. To increase membership this year I have decided to target library

graduate students at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto. I

1 will be giving a talk at the Faculty of Information Sciences at the University of Toronto

on the 30thJanuary 2007 where I will be promoting OHLA and the benefits of becoming

a member. As we go into the New Year I will continue to form partnerships with other

library schools.

Submitted by

Melanie Browne

Return to Minutes


Financial Statement Return to Minutes

Ontario Health Libraries Association

Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements

Jan 1, 2006 - Dec 31, 2006

Cash Balance Beginning of Year - chequing & savings accounts* $ 12,296.03

Income Membership Fees 2006 & also some for FY 2007 ** $ 6,665.60

M. McDiarmid, Baycrest, toward LHIN Report $ 500.00

Investment Interest $ 334.60

Expenses

Total Income $ 7,500.20

Executive Meeting Conference Calls $ 647.12

Executive Meeting Travel Expenses $ 597.30

Cheque book $ 29.44

Conference Poster $ 143.75

AGM Handouts $ 213.25

OHLA Archives Business: Travel & Supplies $ 183.36

OLA Membership Fees $ 1,295.00

Web Site Costs $ 93.70

Consultant Fees: Report to LHINs $ 1,000.00

Refund for duplicate membership payment $ 40.00

Service Charges and fees $ 89.30

TotalExpenses $ 4,322.22 $ 4,332.22

Ending Cash on Account- chequing & savings accounts $ 15,464.01 $ 15,464.01

TOTALON ACCOUNT $ 15,464.01 $ 15,464.01

* Comments:In lieuof investingina GIC (2.35% interest)we continuethe following

arrangement:

1) BonusSavingsAccounthataccrues2.55%interest

2) ChequingAccountforeconomicalmonthlytransactions

** $2,265.00 in membershipfee deposits(for fiscalyear 2007) reflectsthe application

deadline

date beingchangedto December 31.

Prepared for OHLA Annual General Meeting, Thursday February 1, 2007

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Ontario Health Libraries Association

• Leadership • Advocacy • Education • Communication

2006 Annual Report of Activities and Financial Statement

Presented at the AGM

Thursday February 1, 2007

5'15-6:15 pm, MTCC

Ontario Health Libraries Association

http://www.ohla.on.ca


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2006 Executive Members and Appointed Members ............................................................................. 3

Report from the President ..................................................................................................................... ..............4

Report from the Past-President ....................................................................................................................... 6

Report from the Professional Development Coordinator ................................................................. 7

Report from the Communication Coordinator ......................................................................................... 8

Report from the Webmaster ............................................................................................................................... 9

Report from the President-Elect ...................................................................................................................... 9

Financial Statement ................................................................................................................................................

10


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2006 Executive Members and Appointed Members

President: Mary McDiarmid

Baycrest - Toronto

Past President: Jami van Haaften

Sudbury Regional Hospital - Sudbury

President-Elect: Melanie Browne

Mount Sinai Hospital - Toronto

Treasurer: Christina Woodward

Trillium Health Centre - Mississauga

Secretary: Gurvinder Batra

Toronto East General Hospital

Professional Development Coordinator: Penka Stoyanova

Credit Valley Hospital - Mississauga

Communication Coordinator (Newsline): Elyse Pike

Grey Bruce Health Services - Owen Sound

Webmaster: Sophie M. Regalado

St. Joseph's Care Group - Thunder Bay


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Report from the President

Good evening and Welcome

At last year's AGM we heard from the members that they wished to reconnect with the OHA

and raise the profile of hospital libraries within their organizations.

OHLA's Executive met for the first time in March 2006 and you'll find a copy of the 2006

Activity Plan we used to guide us this past year. It was an ambitious list and when you

have a chance to review it, you will notice that we accomplished most of our goals. The

incompleted items will be revisited at the first Executive Meeting and decisions will be made

at that time to either continue with the idea or replace it with a new plan.

Responding to change and seizing the moment were characteristic of OHLA's achievements

this past year that marks our 20th anniversary as an Association.

One way we tried to reconnect with OHA and raise the profile of the hospital library was

through the CEO study funded by CHLA/ABSC through a Toronto Health Libraries

Association Chapter grant. At the 2:10 session tomorrow afternoon, Sandra Kendall of

Mount Sinai Hospital, Malcolm Binns of the Baycrest Rotman Research Institute and I will be

sharing with you some of our findings from the provincial wide telephone interviews we

conducted this past summer with chief executive officers in Ontario hospitals. This was a

great opportunity to find out what CEOs think about the future of hospital libraries and we

also used the time with the CEOs to raise their awareness of how the library/librarian can

help them in decision-making based on evidence. We found their perceptions and

comments utterly fascinating as you'll find out tomorrow.

Another project we completed was creating a Copyright Toolkit for Ontario hospitals that

included questions submitted from health librarians from across Canada. Thanks to the

efforts of Jan Figurski, the principle author, the OHA is at this moment in production of this

document that will be released as a joint publication of the Ontario Health Libraries

Association and Ontario Hospital Association.

The third project I would like to comment on is OHLA's proposal to the LHINs for

investigating a centrally operated portal of health databases that could be accessed by all

Ontario health care providers. You may be wondering how this idea sprang to life.

As you may know, last year British Columbia became the latest of many provinces to

implement an e-health library for its health care providers. With the coming of the LHINs in

Ontario and no doubt all the changes to our present world that would follow, the OHLA

Executive decided to explore this idea. We met last spring with a representative from the

BC e-health project via teleconference. They shared with us their business plan for the

project. From that we drafted over the next couple of months a proposal for Ontario. Once

the Executive were satisfied with our effort we sent it out to comment among OHLA

members via the listserv.

The most common feedback was "it's about time", or to put it more nicely, "get on with it

already." We heard from a couple of OHLA members whose preference for the LHIN

proposal was that we first conduct an intensive consultative process with all health library

stakeholders. Collaboration and consultation are givens in a project like this and at the

appropriate time which would be with the hiring of an independent consultant funded by the

LHINs, extensive review and consultation will occur. The proposal to hire an independent

consultant to assess the ways and means of implementing a provincial wide portal of health

databases has also made its way to the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. So at this

moment, we have two government agencies assessing the merits and we are hopeful that

they will agree it is worth taking a close look at. The Coalition of Academic Health Libraries

has also sent OHLA an email of support for this idea.


One final word about the LHIN proposal is that opportunities are often lost while waiting for

perfect conditions.

I am also very pleased that OHLA is managing to attract new young members who I hope

will be around in twenty years, celebrating OHLA's 40th anniversary.

I was honoured to have the opportunity to work with such a diverse, interesting group of

people on the 2006 Executive. I would also like to thank the OHLA members who took the

time to give us feedback. That was key in helping us make the decisions we made this year

and I urge you all to get involve in the association as much as you can.

Submitted by

Mary McDiarmid


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Report from the Past-President

OHLA Affiliation

Agreements

The OLAaffiliation agreement was updated this year. The major change to the agreement

was the fact that OLA now hosts our website and listserv.

OHLA Docline

Group

There is a group in Docline called OHLA, which currently has 30 members. Membership in

this group is not restricted in any way. It is a convenient method to add a group of Ontario

libraries to your routing table by placing the OHLA group in your routing table, rather than

adding 30 libraries separately.

Ontario Hospital Library Index

With the creation of the LHINS it seemed like an opportune time to create an index to

hospital libraries in Ontario. I took from the OHA website a list of Ontario hospitals and

cross-checked that list against the list of hospitals found on the LHIN website. I then sorted

my list by LHIN region. I used membership lists from OHLA and CHLA, and searched Docline

to identify those hospitals which had a library service.

We obtained copyright permission from the Queen's Printer to use the LHIN map on our

website, and modify it, so that from our website someone could browse an alphabetical list

or click on their LHIN region, and see the list of institutions with libraries.

Training

Links and Resources

I compiled a list of training links and resources and worked with Sophie to have them added

to the website. If OHLA members have created their own resources in-house, and are willing

to share, they could be listed here as well.

Archives

I was able to visit the Archives in person mid-November, and came away with a better idea

of what is in the collection, and how it is organized. Based on what I see, the archive was

created be Dee Sprung, possibly in 1996, and last year Jan did a major update of the

archive to bring the collection up to 2006.

The collection has some artefacts which were fun to see. Purely by accident I found another

artefact in the hospital library in Sudbury, something that Don Hawryliuk must have

treasured, and this will be added to the collection.

The website now has an archives section, and one thing that that I gathered last year has

been posted on the web - a list of all our past executive members, and their years of

service. If you have not had a chance to look at that yet, it is worth a read.

Elyse contributed an archive of all the articles that have appeared in AccessOLA's magazine,

and that folder now contains 9 articles.

Submitted by

Jami van Haaften


Report from the Professional Development Coordinator

My major responsibility was to organize the OHLA sessions for the OLA Super Conference

2006 and 2007.

Ideas for the topics were solicited by e-mail and phone from all OHLA members. The OHLA

Executive meetings were also crucial for brainstorming and deciding on the appropriate

topics for the presentations. For this year's conference we also used ideas from the survey,

distributed last year by our president Mary McDiarmid.

Once the topics were finalized, finding speakers for the topics of interest was the most

difficult part. However, OHLA members were very helpful at this stage too. We had ten

sessions scheduled for the conference in 2006 and eight are scheduled for 2007.

I would like to thank our members, who agreed to convene sessions - Patricia Johnson,

Helen Lee Robertson, Chen Li, Gall Knaggs, Susan Hendricks, Elyse Pike, Jan Figurski,

Janette Hatton, Margaret Campbell, and Linda Wilcox.

Lastly, I would like say a big thank you to Patricia Johnson and Gail Knaggs, who served as

my assistants during the past two years. They contributed tremendously to the success of

the program.

Submitted by

Penka Stoyanova


Report from the Communication Coordinator

I have done my last issue of the OHLA newsletter.

In the past two years, the newsletter has moved from a print format to an on-line

only format. The newsletter is posted on the OHLA web site and notification is sent to the

OHLA listserv. We hope this format is acceptable to all. The advantage is significantly

reduced cost (postage and paper) and work load for those producing the newsletter. We've

also updated the look of the newsletter to partner with the new look for the OHLA logo.

The new Newsline editor is Karen Gagnon from Kingston. Karen has served as assistant and

done the technical part of the newsletter production for the past two years. Now she is

stepping up to be editor. All best wishes! I am certain she will do a wonderful job. Please

remember Karen when you see something of interest to Health Sciences Librarians in

Ontario or if you hear of job moves, promotions, births, marriages etc. amoung your peers.

For the next year Karen and I have agreed that, until she gets the Newsline going in her

style and voice, I will continue to serve as the OHLA contact for OLA's publication Access.

The OLA has kindly permitted OHLA to have a column in each issue that is devoted to

matters of interest to Health Sciences Libraries (and we hope of interest to many other

types of libraries as well).

Various authors this year included Jan Figurski, Susan Murray, Jean Williams, Margaret

Darling and myself. I am always looking for people who are willing to contribute material -

It's a great kick to be able to take a published article to your boss and say - here! See what

I've done. - And remember Access circulation is over 4000 copies - This is a great place to

get published.

Again best wishes to Karen as she takes on her new role and I hope you have enjoyed

past issues of Newsline.

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Submitted by

Elyse Pike


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Report from the Webmaster

With the input of the Membership and Executive the OHLA website was successfully

redesigned and launched during the spring of 2006. A web survey was posted on the

website and distributed to the Membership at the last Annual General Meeting. Membership

feedback was used to gauge user satisfaction with the site and to identify areas for

improvement. Thanks to all of you who filled out the survey and who sent me your thoughts

about the new site - it was great hearing from you! In addition to a new look and logo, the

new OHLA site now boasts a Links page that contains the LHINS index and helpful links,

such as free medical journals and associations/networks, as well as an Archives page. The

OHLA website is a work in progress -- as webmaster I invite and encourage your

suggestions in order to ensure that the site meets your needs.

The ohla.on.ca domain name has been renewed for a 5-year term and continues to be

hosted by the Ontario Library Association.

Submitted by

Sophie Regalado

Report from the President-Elect

Here we are again at the beginning of a new year. It seems like yesterday that the OHLA

past President-Elect was encouraging me to take over her position while she moved on to

become the President and to lead OHLA through many brand new initiatives and to

successfully wrap up the old ones. As President-Elect I had the opportunity to sit back,

observe and learn from the President while she carried on her duties. Now I feel more

confident to take over as President of OHLA and to continue to work on the initiatives that

Mary started and to lead new initiatives.

As President-Elect I was responsible for the membership drive. Currently OHLA has a

membership of 73. To increase membership this year I have decided to target library

graduate students at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto. I will

be giving a talk at the Faculty of Information Sciences at the University of Toronto on the

30thJanuary 2007 where I will be promoting OHLA and the benefits of becoming a member.

As we go into the New Year I will continue to form partnerships with other library schools.

Submitted by

Melanie Browne


Financial Statement

Ontario Health Libraries Association

Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements

Jan 1, 2006- Dec 31,2006

Cash Balance Beginning

of Year - chequing & savings accounts*

Income MembershipFees2006& alsosomefor FY 2007** $ 6,665.60

M. McDiarmid,Baycrest,towardLHINReport $ 500.00

Investment Interest $ 334.60

Total Income

Expenses

ExecutiveMeetingConferenceCalls $ 647.12

ExecutiveMeetingTravel Expenses $ 597.30

Cheque book $ 29.44

ConferencePoster $ 143.75

AGM Handouts $ 213.25

OHLA ArchivesBusiness:Travel & Supplies $ 183.36

OLA MembershipFees $ 1,295.00

Web Site Costs $ 93.70

ConsultantFees: Reportto LHINs $ 1,000.00

Refundfor duplicatemembershippayment $ 40.00

ServiceCharges and fees $ 89.30

Total Expenses $ 4,322.22

EndingCashon Account- chequing& savingsaccounts $ 15,464.01

TOTAL ON ACCOUNT $ 15,464.01

* Comments: Inlieuof investingina GIC(2.35%interest)wecontinuethefollowingarrangement:

1) BonusSavingsAccountthataccrues2.55% interest

2) ChequingAccountfor economicalmonthlytransactions

** $2,265.00inmembership fee deposits(forfiscalyear2007)reflectstheapplicationdeadline

datebeingchangedtoDecember31.

Preparedfor OHLA Annual General Meeting, Thursday February 1, 2007

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