SCLA Conference 2016

The 2016 SCLA Annual Conference will be November 9-11 at the Marriott in Downtown Columbia.


The 2016 Conference is now over.  Please join us in 2017 at the Columbia Marriott  October 11-13, 2017. Information will be available soon.


Conference presentation handouts are available for the following sessions:

Going upSTREAM! Adventures in Summer Learning , Resource 1, Resource 2, Resource 3, Resource 4  - Lori Cook and Jim Staskowski (Richland Library)

Promoting the Library through Food Truck Fun , Thinglink link  - Candace Moorer, Joshua Ivey, Emily Brenan, Brooke Fox, Jeffrey Pritchard, Maya Hollinshead, Michael McIntyre, Kevin Frasier, Tabitha Samuel, Ana Reeves (MUSC Libraries)

LibraryVoicesSC - Curtis Rogers (SC State Library)

Making the Library Visible on Google - Trey Gordner (Koios)

Your High School Seniors Are Our University Freshmen - David Lankes (USC SLIS), Karen Brown (USC Thomas Cooper), Karen Gavigan (USC SLIS), Laura Haverkamp (Dreher High School)

The Care and Feeding of A Teen Anime Club , Handouts - Thomas Maluck (Richland Library)

STEM Interest Group , Flyer - Jan Comfort (Clemson University)

Anderson County Library Annual Electric City ComiCon - Brianna McDonell, Dani Lubsen, Sara Leady, Sarah Holmes (Anderson County Library)

Marketing and Engagement – “Like a Tiger" - Maggie Mason Smith and Ed Rock (Clemson University)

We All Need a Little Help from our Friends - Clifton Boyer (Horry County Memorial Library), Gail McAbee (Spartanburg County Public Libraries), Amanda Newman (Spartanburg County Public Libraries), Ann Szypulski (Laurens County Public Library) 

Seek and They Will Find: Improving Discoverability for Online Resources , Resource 1, Resource 2 - Robena Barton (Oconee County Public Library)

Four Programs Using SELF-e That Engage and Inspire Writers of All Ages - Patricia Sinclair (SC State Library), Tina Chenoweth (Berkeley County Library), Shiela Keaise (Colleton County Library), Katie Simmons (SC State Library)

Finding the Right Fit - Melanie Griffin (Richland Library)

The Future of Resource Sharing through Interlibrary Loan - Amie Freeman and Amber Cook (USC Thomas Cooper)

First Folio: The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare - Jeanette Arvay Beck (USC), Lisa Gieskes (Richland Library), Elizabeth Sudduth (USC), Michael Weisenburg (USC)

A Textual Analysis of Course Syllabi for Library- and Research-Related Terminology: A Quantitative Approach to Faculty Outreach - Sarah Hood (Columbia College)