- Title (50 words or less): Interesting and descriptive
- Abstract (250 words or less): Summary of your presentation
- Session outcomes (2-3): Describe what participants will learn during your session that they can apply at their library or in their role as a business librarian
- Long Description: Describe how you will engage participants in an online session and make your presentation interactive. Detail the practical components of your presentation -- what will you teach attendees that will enrich their professional practice? What materials will you share (LibGuides, Lesson Plans, etc) with attendees that can be used as a reference or model?
- The business information literacy one-shot
- Creating effective online instruction for business information literacy
- Building liaison relationships/instruction programs with difficult-to-reach departments (which may include: accounting, finance, human resources management, and business technology)
- Developing business programming at your library
- Advocating for new resources or program funding
- Data literacy and/or data visualization
The call for proposals will close on March 25. Please use
https://goo.gl/forms/OjbMp5EJSatpv9Rm1 to submit proposals.
Questions can be directed to Emily Mross, Business Reference in Academic
Libraries Committee Chair at ELM43@psu.edu