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California Academic and Research Libraries

Academic Libraries in Transition: Creating New Pathways, Preserving
Enduring Values

Fifth Annual CARL Conference
Friday and Saturday, September 19-20, 1997
Waterfront Plaza Hotel
Jack London Square, Oakland

Friday, September 19, 1997

11:00-1:00 Registration

1:00 - 2:45 1st Plenary session

Speakers: Richard E. Lucier, Univ. Librn. & Asst. Vice Chancellor,
Academic Info. Management, U.C. San Francisco and Special
Assistant for Library Planning, Office of the President,
University of California

"The Digital Library: Information Space Complementing
Information Place"

Michael Gorman, Dean, Library Services, California State
University, Fresno

"New Libraries, Old Values"

3:15 - 5:00 Breakout sessions

Session 1 The New Learning Communities: Instructional Teams An
Unfinished Agenda

Speakers: Philip Tompkins, Univ. Librn. & Executive Director of
Libraries, Indiana University/Purdue University at
Indianapolis. Co-Convenor of the Working Group on Teaching
and Learning of the Coalition for Networked Information.

Joan K. Lippincott, Interim Executive Director, Coalition
for Networked Information.

Curriculum and educational programs designed with the collaboration of
librarians, media and computing specialists, faculty, and students,
comprise the new learning communities. Discussion will focus on the
characteristics of these new learning communities in which students and
technology play a significant part.

Session 2 Trends in Higher Education

Speakers: VirginiaAnn Shadwick, Reference Librn., San Francisco
State University & Higher Education Representative, Board
of Directors, Calif. Teachers Assn.

"Higher Education: Driving Trends and Changing

Stephanie Bangert, Dean for Academic Resources, St. Marys

"The Forces Around Us: How Accreditation Focuses Attention
on Issues of Mission, Resources, and Student-Centered

Dr. Brian Murphy, Executive Director, San Francisco Urban
Institute, SF State University & Senior Advisor to the
Chancellor, CSU on Cornerstones. Cornerstones is the CSU
Systems plan to meet future trends.

5:15 - 6:30 Conference Cocktail Reception (no-host)

6:45 Baker and Taylor authors talk

Saturday, September 20, 1997

8:15 - 9:00 Morning refreshments

9:00 - 10:30 2nd Plenary Session

Developing Full-Text Electronic Collections: The Promise
and The Risk

Speakers: Eddy Hogan, Director for Library Services, CSU Monterey
Mary Ann Nash, Director, OCLC Pacific

Bob Olton, Senior Manager, Market Research, IAC

Alan Ritch, Head of Collection Planning, University of
California, Santa Cruz.

11:30 - 12:30 Breakout Sessions

Session 3 New Service Opportunities: Innovations in Reference,
Instruction and Access

Speakers: Paul T. Adalian, Jr., Head, Reference Dept, and Judy
Swanson, Multimedia Specialist, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo,
"The Student-Centered Electronic Teaching Library: A New
Model for Learning."

Susan Lessick, Head, Research and Instructional Services,
Science Library, UC Irvine, "Televideo Reference: The UCI

Don L. Bosseau, Dean, Libraries and Information Access,
San Diego State University, "Using Information Technology
to Support Instruction: An Inside Look at the Checks and

Session 4 Shared Problems, Shared Solutions: Creative Partnerships
Beyond the Campus

Susan Harris, Dean, Library Services, Sonoma State
University (Collaboration between K-12 and other
organizations and Sonoma State University)

Dr. C. James Schmidt, University Librarian, San Jose State

Jane Light, Library Director, San Jose Public Library
(Collaboration between San Jose State Univ. and San Jose
Public Library)

12:45 - 2:00 Lunch

Presentation of Member of the Year Award and Research
Committee Award

2:15-3:00 3rd Plenary Session

Speaker: Robert Berring, Walter Perry Johnson Professor of Law
and Law Librarian, School of Law ( Boalt Hall), University
of California, Berkeley
"Librarians and the Future: Where Do We Fit in the

Interest Group Preconference Programs: September 19th


9:00 a.m. - Noon

"Making the Decision to Change and Getting the Job Done: Issues in the
Changing Library Workplace"

Speakers: Mary Dolven, Director of Library Services, Diablo Valley
Community College

Jack Kranz, Chair, CSU Systemwide Committee on Library
Staff Development

Lee Leighton, Head of Technical Services, University of

Vicki Rosen, Coordinator of Regional Library Services,
University of San Francisco

Program will address the issues of the changing library workplace and
discuss training, continuing education, and professional development as a
means of coping with change.

Community College Interest Group (CCIG)

9:00 am - Noon

"Whats Up with Information Competency in California?"

The preconference will bring together people who will describe the current
status of programs/projects/initiatives in California community colleges,
the CSUs and the UCs related to the topic of information competency.
The focus will be on how to incorporate information competency in to the
curriculum of community colleges as a component of student success.
There will also be a short meeting to discuss the organizational process
for the new Community College Interest Group (Northern California) of


9:00 am - Noon

"Status of the CSU Unified Information Project"

Speaker: Doug Davis, University Librarian, Cal State Los Angeles
and member, UIAS Management Team and UIAS Contract
Negotiation Team.

Hotel Accommodations

60 rooms at the Waterfront Plaza Hotel are available at a conference rate.
Water View: $125 per night; City Side: $110 per night. To reserve a room,
call the hotel, 1-800-729-3638 or 510-836-3800 before August 21, 1997 and
identify yourself as a CARL Conference attendee.

Waterfront Plaza Hotel
10 Washington St.
Oakland, CA 94607

Nearby hotels: (without conference rate, but at alternate prices)

Best Western Inn at the Square 510-452-4565, $79 (single or double), 3
block walk

Executive Inn, 510-536-6633, $92/$102 (single or double),offers shuttle to
Jack London Square

Oakland Marriott, 510-451-4000, super saver for weekend at $89 (s or d),
regular $115, 15 minute walk

Travel Lodge at Chinatown, 510-451-6316, at 7th and Broadway.

Washington Inn, 510-452-1776, $79/$89 special rate for state employees;
$119/$129 regular rate, downtown Oakland.

Refer to Conference Website for additional hotels.


Waterfront Plaza Hotel guests may park at the hotel
for $10/night.

Inexpensive parking ($5.00/day) is available nearby at the
Washington St. Garage (corner of Washington St. & Embarcadero)
if tickets are ordered with Conference registration. Tickets will be
placed in your conference folder and can be given to garage attendants at
the end of each day.

CARL Conference Registration

Registration fee includes attendance at all conference programs, the
conference reception on Friday and lunch on Saturday. Preconference
programs require separate registration.

Preconference Registration (Optional). For more information see the
Preconference Homepage.

ABLE __________ CARL member: $15
CALM __________ Non-CARL Member: $20
CCLI __________ Student: $10
CSUL __________

Enter appropriate amount:________________

Conference Registration

If registering by CARL member: $95
Early Bird Deadline Non-CARL member: $115
(July 11, 1997) Student $65

If registering by CARL member: $115
Regular Deadline Non-CARL $130
(August 27, 1997 Student $85

Enter appropriate amount:_________

Luncheon choices. Indicate your selection.

Roasted chicken breast served with a wild mushroom sauce _______________

Penne Palermo with artichoke hearts, mushrooms, calamata
olives and zucchini_______________

Pre-Paid Parking Tickets

$5.00 ticket pays for one 12 hour day

Indicate Number of tickets: _________

Enter appropriate amount:__________

Please fill out other side of registration form.

Registration Form (see other side for costs)

Please complete this form (both sides) and return with your check, made
payable to "CARL," Mail to

Michael Fineman phone: 408-459-3580
Science Library email:
University of California (for questions only; not to
Santa Cruz, CA 95604 register)


Institution: ___________________________________

E-Mail: ___________________________________

Daytime Phone: _____________________________

Total $ enclosed: ___________________

Register early. Attendance is limited to 200. No cancellations will be
accepted after September 8, 1997. Receipts will be included in conference


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Academic Libraries in Transition: Creating New Pathways, Preserving
Enduring Values

Fifth Annual CARL Conference, Waterfront Plaza Hotel, Jack London Square,