Get the scoop on supporting student success at the ALA Annual conference

The ALA Annual conference starts next week and we couldn’t be more excited to catch up with everyone! We’re also delighted to host some fun events, activities, and informative presentations themed around supporting student success. Check out the full schedule below to see what we have going on in the SAGE booth.

Our booth is #1634

1) First, start the conference off right with wine, cheese, and conversation

Wine and Cheese Reception: Friday, June 23, 5:3opm

2) Learn about successful marketing outreach to students and faculty

Marketing outreach to engage students and faculty: Saturday, June 24, 11:00am

Michael Arthur, Head of Resource Acquisition and Discovery at the University of Alabama, will share successful strategies for connecting students and faculty to the best resources for their needs.  From simple ideas you can enact right away to out of the box promotions, come hear what has been successful and share your own ideas.

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3) Hear how librarians collaborate with faculty for effective instructional design

Collaborating with faculty for effective instructional design: Saturday, June 24, 3:00pm

When it comes to successful instructional design, both faculty and librarians have unique skillsets to bring to the table to create the best outcomes for students. SAGE Library Relations Manager Heather Dray, MLIS, will interview instructional design expert Karen Carr (North Hennepin Community College) in this interactive session on these successful collaborations.

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4) Learn how to lead students to success with data

Tips for Student Success with Data: Sunday, June 25, 10:00am

Students are being asked more and more to incorporate data and data analysis into their research. How do we help students learn to find the right data and to use it successfully to further an argument? We have brought together two of our favorite “data geeks” to present their tips and tricks for leading students to success with data; including the right questions to ask, the right places to look for authoritative data, and the right way to evaluate datasets for appropriateness in answering the research question.

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 5) Find out how to support student entrepreneurs

Supporting Student Entrepreneurs: Sunday, June 25, 11:00am

Erin Smith, Associate Dean of Library & Information Services at Westminster College, will share strategy and creative ideas for how the library can best engage with business research and student innovation.

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6) Have cake and champagne at the Marta Lang reception

Marta Lang Reception: Sunday, June 25, 3:00pm

Help us celebrate Julie A. Leuzinger, winner of this year’s Marta Lange/SAGE-CQ Press Award for distinguished contributions to bibliography and information service in political science. All are welcome!

7) Prepare to help students spot Fake News

Fighting the fake news epidemic: Sunday, June 25, 3:45pm

Hailey Mooney, Librarian for Psychology & Sociology at the University of Michigan, and Tom Billitteri, Executive Editor of CQ Researcher and SAGE Business Researcher, discuss the erosion of good journalism and tips on helping students identify biased and unreliable sources.

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Can’t attend? We’re filming this event on Facebook Live. Like the SAGE Publishing Facebook page to watch it live.

8) Challenge us to a game of oversized Connect 4 to win a prize

Connect with us over a little game of oversized Connect 4 in the SAGE booth and walk away with a prize and a chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card.

9) Speak from the heart about the freedom to read

Stand for the Banned booth: Saturday & Sunday, June 24-25, 9am-5pm

“Words have Power” is the theme for Banned Books Week 2017 (Sept. 24 – Sept. 30), acknowledging that books connect communities and present new ideas and recognizing your own ability to speak out against censorship. Supporting this observance, we’re partnering again with ALA’s Office for Intellectual Freedom to host the Stand for the Banned booth at ALA Annual. At the booth, you can be filmed speaking from the heart about how a book that has been banned before has impacted your life or read a short passage from your favorite banned book. Recorded videos will be featured on the Banned Books Week YouTube channel during Banned Books Week. (Sign up for a fast pass today!)

The booth will be located near the registration area.

Additionally, come see us at the SAGE booth to chat about our products and get demos. ALA Annual is the perfect time to check out our SAGE Business Cases collection, SAGE Video collection (including its latest collections in Sociology and Criminology & Criminal Justice), and SAGE Research Methods Cases (expanding by 1,500 new cases over the next three years).

See you all soon!

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