The following is the preliminary schedule and is subject to minor changes. Current information is up-to-date as of Thursday, March 17. All conference sessions take place in Meeting Room A at the Iowa City Public Library unless otherwise noted. No pre-registration required.

8:30-9 a.m. Registration Table Open
Coffee and bagels provided.
9-10 a.m. Remixing the Library
Founders of B Sides, Angela Murillo (University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill) and Rachel Smalter Hall (Lawrence Public Library)
10:10-11:10 a.m. Using Technology to Further Personal and Institutional Goals
Ian Mason (Cornell College), Leila Rod-Welch (SLIS), and Courtney Walters (Curriculum Library, St. Ambrose University)
11:10-11:30 a.m. Open Poster Browsing, Room B
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Wait a Second, I’m Not a Teacher, I’m a Librarian: Librarians, Information Literacy, and Instructional Roles
Megan Conley (Wartburg College), Katie L.D. Hassman (SLIS/B Sides), Rachel Smalter Hall (Lawrence Public Library)
12:30-2 p.m. Lunch: Birds of a Feather Eat Together
Generously discounted coupons to the Wedge will be included in the materials provided. SLIS alumni--and new LIS professionals--will be available for chatting about their experiences in libraryland over lunch.
2-3:30 p.m. What Employers Want: Advice from the Hiring Squad
Maeve Clark (Information Services Coordinator, Iowa City Public Library), Jacqueline Snider (ACT), Mike Wright (Head of Acquisitions and Rapid Cataloging, University of Iowa Libraries), Susan Marks (Director, Human Resources and Diversity Programs, UI Libraries)
3:30-4:30 p.m. Risky Business: Radical History in Books and Librarianship
Kelly Hidlebaugh (SLIS), Kalmia Strong (SLIS), Katherine Wilson (SLIS)
4:30-4:50 p.m. Afternoon Treats
5-6 p.m. Open Poster Browsing, Room B
5-6 p.m. Special Issues in Collection Building: Zombies, n00bs, and Multilingual Materials
Megan Conley (Wartburg College), Christine Mastalio (SLIS), Britney Thomas (SLIS)
6 p.m. After party, The Mill, 120 E. Burlington St., Iowa City

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