November 30, 2015

Six Presentations From the 162nd ARL Membership Meeting (Spring 2013) Now Online

Six presentations became available earlier today on the ARL web site.

More presentations will be available on this page shortly.

The 162nd ARL Membership Meeting took place on April 30-May 1, 2013 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Complete Meeting Agenda

Presentations Available Online Today

  • Academic Preservation Trust: Why? What? When? and How?
    Presenter: Martha Sites
    University of Virginia
    Direct to Slides (PDF)
  • Parents, Alumni, and Libraries: What Our Customers Really Believe about the Library
    Presenters: Lorraine Haricombe
    University of Kansas
    Irene Hoffman
    Direct to Slides (PDF)
  • Position Description Bank Demonstration
    Presenters: Tiffany Allen
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Judy Ruttenberg
    Direct to Slides (PDF)
  • Reflections on Organizational Transformations: Tough Terrain
    Presenter: Hugh O’Neill
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Direct to Slides (PDF)
  • Something’s Gotta Give! Making Tough Choices on Doing Less with Less
    Presenter: Anne R. Kenney
    Cornell University
    Direct to Slides (PDF)
  • “Towards Designing an Ecosystem of Change for the Future of the American Research Library”
    Presenter: Ann Pendleton-Jullian
    The Ohio St. University
    Direct to Slides (PDF)

See Also: 162nd ARL Membership Meeting (Spring 2013) Attendee List (PDF)

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