Until Next Year – OLA Poster Sessions

Dysart & Jones Associates was the delighted sponsor of the 2013 OLA Poster Session Presentations. This year, in addition to our sponsorship of the poster sessions, we showed our support of these incredible posters by having them featured on our website. We believe these posters represent innovative and forward thinking programs, projects and solutions. Further, the presenters themselves show innovation in action, the kind of innovation Dysart & Jones fosters through its own strategic planning and change management.  We like to think of these presenters as representatives of the future of library leadership.

We thoroughly enjoyed the poster sessions of 2013 and look forward to seeing many more next year. The poster sessions really are a ‘conference session’ on a poster and offer an especially interactive way of sharing information.

CNIB accessible Aboriginal materials

Here are some of the 2013 OLA Super Conference Posters:

ILS on a Shoe-String Budget

Information Seeking Behaviour of Nurses

Doubling Down: Wilfrid Laurier Library’s Online Teaching & Learning

Crisis culture in Librarianship: how we are digging our own grave and why

Better late than never: using clickers to engage the (not-so-new) freshman

Much ado about Shakespeare: Developing Shakespeare and the Theatre Literacy at the Library

Grimsby Grows Seed Library

Strengthening Medical Library Services in Ethiopia

Searching for the Library at Fanshawe: how students access the library website

How to integrate the ILS system, social media and subject guides

TPL libraries are busy

It’s Virtually the Real Thing

Inside OCULA Goes Online and Interactive

All Our Sisters National Forum Shoebox Stories

Tapping Motivation

Logic Models

Librarians Without Borders

Word Out!

ESL Cafe at Hanover Public Library

Collection Development for Aboriginal Communities

Virtual Orientation to Services for Students with Disabilities

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