Fifth Annual CARL Conference * September 19-20, 1997

Panels of Experts

 Breakout Session 1

 Friday, September 19, 1997

 3:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 "The New Learning Communities:
Instructional Teams, An Unfinished Agenda"


Philip Tompkins

University Librarian & 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.
Abstract: 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.

Breakout Session 2

Friday, September 19, 1997

 3:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 "Trends in Higher Education"

 Stephanie Bangert, VirginiaAnn Shadwick, Brian Murphy

VirginiaAnn G. Shadwick Reference Librarian, San Francisco State University. Higher Education Representative, Board of Directors, California Teachers Association. Past President, California Faculty Association [the faculty union within CSU]. Past President, National Council for Higher Education, NEA.
Stephanie Bangert

Dean for Academic Resources, St. Marys College

Stephanie Bangert will speak on "The Forces Around Us: How Accreditation Focuses Attention on Issues of Mission, Resources, and Student-Centered Learning."

Dr. Brian Murphy

Executive Director, San Francisco Urban Institute, SF State University
Senior Advisor to the Chancellor, CSU on Cornerstones

Dr. Brian Murphy will draw on his experience as Senior Advisor to the Chancellor of CSU on Cornerstones (, which is the CSU System's plan to meet future trends.


 Plenary Session 2

 Saturday, September 20, 1997

 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

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

Chip Nilges, Product Manager, OCLC's ECO and Full text products
"OCLC's ECO and Future Full-Text Products: Meeting the Needs of Libraries"
Bob Olton, Senior Manager, Market Research, Information Access Company.
"Planning, Developing, and Delivering Electronic Full-Text Products."
Alan Ritch, Head of Collection Development, University of California at Santa Cruz.
"What Users Want, What We Want Them to Want, and Improving Access to Undifferentiated, Indiscriminate Content."
[full text of Ritch talk]
Eddy Hogan, Director for Library Services, CSU Monterey Bay (Biographical sketch)
"Forming Coalitions to Empower Librarians and Users in the Electronic Marketplace."

 Breakout Session 3

 Saturday, September 20, 1997

 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

"New Service Opportunities:
Innovations in Reference, Instruction and Access"

Program Summary of Breakout Session #3

Paul T. Adalian, Jr., and Judy Swanson
Head, Reference Department, and 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 Experience."
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 Balances."

Adalian and Swanson talk:

At Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, they have created an environment in which print and online resources are combined with multimedia authoring tools to teach information competency skills. Their presentation will feature new ways to use electronic classrooms for credit-bearing library classes and course-related instructional programs, focusing both on active learning for in class assignments, and on the use of classroom multimedia in collaborative learning exercises.

Program Summary of Breakout Session #3

 Breakout Session 4

 Saturday, September 20, 1997

 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

"Shared Problems, Shared Solutions:
Creative Partnerships Beyond the Campus"

Program Summary of Breakout Session #4

Susan Harris, Dean, Library Services, Sonoma State University (Biographical sketch)
"Multitype Networks: Citizens, Students, and Scholars."
[collaboration between K-12 and other organizations with Sonoma State University]
Dr. C. James (Jim) Schmidt, University Librarian, San Jose State University (Biographical sketch
Jane Light, Library Director, San Jose Public Library
Dr. C. James Schmidt and Jane Light will discuss collaboration between San Jose State University and San Jose Public Library

Program Summary of Breakout Session #4


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