Academic Libraries in America's Multicultural 21st Century
Dr. Carlos Cortés
Professor Emeritus of History
University of California, Riverside
Dr. Cortés, who is a Professor Emeritus of History at UC Riverside, will deliver the conference keynote address on Sunday evening. Dr. Cortés has published and lectured widely throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Australia on such topics as: race, ethnicity and multiculturalism; ethnicity and foreignness in the media; multicultural, global, bilingual and social studies education; media literacy; Hispanic culture; film and history; Latin American and Chicano history; and the implications of ethinic and global diversity for education, government, and private business. A consultant to many government agencies, school systems, universities, mass media, private businesses, and other organizations, he has written film and television documentaries, has appeared as guest host on the PBS national television series, "Why in the World?" and is the featured presenter on the Video Journal of Education's 1994 training video, "Diversity in the Classroom." Since 1990, he has served on the summer faculty of the Harvard Institutes for Higher Education.
Copyright, Higher Education, and News from Washington
Dr. Kenneth Crews
Director, Indiana University Copyright Management Center
Indiana University School of Law--Indianapolis
Indiana University School of Library and Information Science
Dr. Kenneth Crews is an associate professor in the Indian University School of Law-Indianapolis and in the IU School of Library and Information Science. He is also the director of Indiana University's Copyright Management Center at IUPUI. Professor Crews is a recognized expert on the relationship of copyright law to the needs of higher education, and will take this opportunity to bring his expertise to bear on the challenging topic of intellectual property and copyright law in the digital age.
Opportunities and Challenges for Librarians
Organizational Development Consultant
Ms. Sullivan is the current President of ACRL, and is an organizational development consultant who has worked extensively with college and university libraries across the nation. At our conference, she will address the topic of evolving organization structures and roles in academic libraries.
Building Shared Digital Collections for the 21st Century
Dawn E. Talbot
GIS Services in Academic Libraries:
Issues and Directions
Sariya Talip Clay
Library Services to Remote Users:
Treasure Chest or Pandora's Box
Teaching and Assessing Information Competencies
Topsy N. Smalley
Bonnie Gratch Lindauer
Gordon W. Smith
CSU's Journal Access Core Collection:
A Model for Change
Director, CSU Software & Electronic Information Resources
CSU Chancellor's Office
On Being Wise Stewards...
President of LITA and Dean of Library Services
California State University, Fresno
Mr. Gorman, author of AACR2, is Dean of Library Services at CSU Fresno and President Elect of LITA. Mr. Gorman will take this opportunity to opine about the future of academic libraries in a world where reading and technology have become inseparably entwined; where books and bytes share the same bed.
support of the Seventh Annual CARL Conference:
Ameritech Library Services
Pacific Bell Education Market Group
Midwest Library Services
Ovid Technologies, Inc.
Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)
Baker & Taylor Books
Advanced Information Management (AIM)
Institute of Physics Publishing
SilverPlatter Information, Inc.
for their support in the printing of the conference program.