Dates:, June 24-26, 2020. An online event with educational programming, special author events, and social networking.
- educational sessions available in an on-demand format
- notable featured speakers
- COVID-19 information for libraries
- live chats with authors
- live-streamed presentations
- a virtual Exhibit Hall
- networking opportunities with peers via social activities
Join us in this virtual space as we learn, grow, and most importantly, lean on our fellow librarians and library workers while we adapt and evolve in these changing times.
Registration is NOW CLOSED!
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The theme for the conference is the legacy of COVID-19 on scholarly communication. It will run over three sessions from 16‑18 September, with the ALPSP AGM and Awards Finalists session on 8 September. Programme details will be announced soon.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Susie Brown or Lesley Ogg.
Tuesday 8 September
ALPSP AGM (14:00 UK) – ALPSP Members only (Registration details will be announced shortly)
Awards Finalists Lightning Session (15:00 – 17:00 UK) – free registration Book
Thursday 17 September (13:00 – 17:00 UK) Transparency and trust in scholarly communication: Changing access, business models and funding
Friday 18 September (13:00 – 17:00 UK) Delivering a more inclusive, accessible and diverse scholarly communication ecosystem
The Awards Finalists and Keynote sessions are open and free to all, but you will need to register.
There is a fee to attend the sessions on 17 and 18 September…
Please email ALPSP if you wish to book more than one ticket.
Date: Thursday 25 June 2020
Time: 1200 BST (British Summer Time)
Duration: 45-60 minutes including Q&A
- Kira Allmann, University of Oxford
- Anasuya Sengupta, Whose Knowledge?
The infrastructure, content, and design of digital tools and spaces increasingly underpin our many modes of both offline and online communication. This is especially true during this time of forced immobility in response to the coronavirus pandemic. But as the internet has become suddenly more central to our lives, this moment has also revealed the many ways in which internet access and use are unequal. In this talk, we frame the issue of internet inequality in terms of ‘knowledge justice’ — aspiring to equal participation, representation, and visibility of different forms of knowledge online. We explore how our experiences of the internet are the products of certain exclusive knowledges. And we share some of the exciting ways in which we can build an internet that is more inclusive, accessible, diverse, multi-directional, and just– an internet that is truly for and by us all.
This is a free webinar and open to all – Please note that advance registration is required. If you are interested, but unable to join the live event, please register anyway as a recording will be made available to all who register. If you have particular accessibility needs, please feel free to contact me on email@example.com
Connecting with academic faculty members is critical to ensuring the library is providing research materials that align with psychology curriculum and overall institutional mission. Staying connected with busy faculty can be challenging – especially today. Additionally, remote student instruction across a variety of resources can also be difficult. Hear from Karin Heffernan, Research & Learning Librarian | Associate Professor Liaison to Communications, Social Sciences & Psychology of Southern New Hampshire University about proven ways to engage. We’ll also provide an overview of instructional tools and materials that support the use of APA’s databases on EBSCO platforms.
- Karin Heffernan, MLIS, Ed.M Research & Learning Librarian | Associate Professor Liaison to Communications, Social Sciences & Psychology. Karin is a Research & Learning Librarian at Southern New Hampshire University where she liaises with the School of Arts & Sciences’ Social Sciences, Communications and Psychology departments, and serves on the Undergraduate Research Committee and the Center for Teaching & Learning Board.
- Marta Soto, MLIS Training & Support Specialist American Psychological Association (APA) Marta has worked at APA for six years. Her current role as a Training and Support Specialist includes technical support for end users, synchronous training via webinars, campus visits, and conferences, and creating guides for APA Publishing’s databases and digital learning tools.
- Jaime K. Barrilleaux, MA, MLIS. eLearning Engagement Manager, U.S. & Canada EBSCO Information Services. Jaime is the eLearning Engagement Manager at EBSCO and hosts online training sessions covering multiple EBSCO products, in addition to designing and delivering training videos for product lifecycles and eLearning paths. Jaime previously worked in member support and engagement for a statewide academic library consortium.
Tom is originally from Brooklyn N.Y but has spent his entire professional career in South Carolina, most recently as Head of Reference Services at the College of Charleston. As part of the Against the Grain and Charleston Conference team, he serves as the associate editor of the print ATG as well as the co-editor of the webpage. Tom’s conference duties include coordinating the Penthouse Suite interviews as well as the conference poster sessions.
He received his MLS from the University of Buffalo, SUNY and a second master’s in public administration from the College of Charleston and the Univ. of South Carolina. His wife Carol and he live in downtown Charleston and she is an artist and a tour guide offering historic walking tours of the city.