- JCLC Tracks and Topics
- Session Formats
- Prohibited Submissions
- Selection Criteria
- Submission Site
JCLC Tracks and Topics
- Insights, skills, tools, and strategies that stress solutions, implementation, and practical applications
- Highlight exemplary programs, approaches, and models
- Facilitate constructive dialogue, interaction, and understanding around significant issues affecting conference constituencies
- Discuss efforts to create more inclusive environments, curricula, and programs.
- Advocacy, Outreach and Collaboration
Marketing; outreach to diverse populations; community collaborations; user spaces; public policy; health education; using census data and other government information; cultural programming; services to and rebuilding of communities hit with disaster; research; undocumented, urban, rural and low-income communities; etc.
- Collections, Programs and Services
Ethnic and multicultural collections; film and music; information literacy; children’s, youth and adult programming; programs for diverse populations; reference; instruction; grant funded programs; technical services; archives; preservation; digital inclusion; documenting traditional knowledge; research; cataloging/subject headings/controlled vocabulary; etc.
- Bridge Building, Intersectionality and Inclusion
Fostering awareness, acceptance, and inclusion of all communities; disabilities; gender; celebrating elders; religion; sexual orientation/LGBTQIA populations; nationality; sharing traditional knowledge; serving the incarcerated; immigrant and refugees; cross cultural issues; transnational communities; multiculturalism; best practices and model programs promoting bridge building, intersectionality, and inclusion; microaggressions; cultural humility; etc.
- Leadership, Management and Organizational Development
Administration; staff development/training; recruitment and retention; leadership; organizational culture; management; cultural competencies; mentoring; assessment; mid-career strategies; staff and paraprofessional issues; conflict resolution and mediation; reorganization and restructuring; leading during tight economic times; institutional change; research; fundraising; institutional racism; breaking the glass ceiling; etc.
- Technology and Innovation
Teaching and learning; emerging technologies; e-repositories; social networking applications; digitization; equal access for users; library tools; e-books; mobile devices; widgets; mashups; online learning and collaboration; open access movements; social aspects of technology and implications for use; videos; etc.
- Panel Presentation
- Individual Paper/Presentation
- Poster Session
- Film with discussion
All presenters of selected programs must register for the conference. Only registered participants will be allowed to present.