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Saturday, March 31 • 8:00am - 9:30am
Poster Sessions

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(For poster session abstracts, see http://www.arlisna.org/toronto2012/postersessions.html )

Paulina Rousseau, University of Toronto Scarborough Library, "A Portrait of the Artist as a Digital Collection: The Doris McCarthy fonds".

Emilee Mathews, Indiana University, "Adventures in Visual Literacy: Out of the Box and into the Classroom".

Sheila Cork, New Orleans Museum of Art, "Art Libraries and their Communities".

Nancy McPhee, Dalhousie University MLIS candidate, "Artists Making Libraries".

Lea Whittington, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, "The Changing Face of the Film Studies Librarian".

Nicole Finzer, Northwestern University Library and Lindsay King, Yale University Library, "Collaborating on Casas".

Luis Jacob, Artist/Art Metropole, "Commerce by Artists".

Mary Kandiuk and Aaron Lupton, York University, "Digital Images in Teaching and Learning at York University: Are the Libraries Meeting the Needs of Teaching Faculty in Fine Arts?.

Kasia Leousis, Auburn University, In the Studios: Research Instruction for Art and Design Students".

Shari A. Salisbury, University of Texas at San Antonio, "Incorporating Research in the Studio: A Case Study of Faculty/Librarian Collaboration".

Cathryn Ziefle, Woodbury University, "Learning to Colour Outside the Lines: Creating a Space my First Year on the Job."

Judy Wanner,  Linda Graburn and Jane Burpee, University of Guelph, "One Library's Quick Response to QR Technology for the Arts".

Tammy Ravas, The University of Montana, "Public Domain and Creative Commons-Licensed Image Resources".

Gregory Heald, University of Northern Colorado, "The Great Flattening: An Experiment with Gobi Notifications for Art and Design".

Tina Chan, SUNY Oswego, "The Unintentional Art Librarian: Reflections of a New Art Librarian".

Sandra Cowan, University of Lethbridge, "Tibetan Buddhist Texts : Craft, Communication, Preservation".

Michelle Sinotte, Mount Royal University, "Visualizing Citation – Simplifying the process to increase comprehension".

Terrie L. Wilson, Michigan State University, "Wanted: Art! Conducting a Campus-Wide Art Competition".

Sarah MacDonald, Indiana University, "What is a QR Code?: Implementation at Indiana University's Fine Arts Library".

Megan Lotts, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, "Woodblock Woodstock: a Celebration of Book Arts Technology and the Evolution of the Printing Press".


Saturday March 31, 2012 8:00am - 9:30am
Sheraton Hall A & B Sheraton Centre, Toronto

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