Florida Library Association2012 Annual Conference and Exhibits Conference Program April 18 - 20, 2012 Wyndham Orlando Resort
A Message from President Gloria ColvinWelcome to the 2012 Florida Library Association Conference! The Conference Committeeand the FLA staff and conference coordinators have worked hard to make this conferencefull of memorable programs, events, and activities. During the coming days, I hope that youwill encounter speakers who stimulate and inspire you; programs that broaden yourknowledge and skills; opportunities to socialize and network with colleagues from aroundthe state; exhibits that introduce you to new products and services; and some time for funand relaxation on the beautiful grounds of the Wyndham Orlando Resort.In keeping with the conference theme, Florida Libraries: Vibrant and Vital, there are programs,discussions, and poster sessions planned in which presenters will showcase the vibrant,innovative programs and services offered in our libraries and others that will offer opportunities for learningthe skills needed to keep libraries vital to our communities. The variety of topics should offer an abundanceof choices for everyone, regardless of library affiliation or type of work.As you plan your schedule, be sure to note the programs featuring national speakers who will address top-ics of particular interest to the library community. Michael Porter, the opening keynote speaker, is presidentof Library Renewal, a grassroots organization that is tackling issues related to libraries’ delivery of electroniccontent. Sue Polanka, author of No Shelf Required and nationally recognized expert on ebooks, will shareher thoughts on future directions for ebooks and her experience with e-readers. Additional national speak-ers will discuss issues related to cloud computing, spaces and services for seniors, the use of iPads andtablet computers in the classroom, the newly released Best Practices for Fair Use in Academic Librariesdocument, and techniques for preparing children to read.You’ll want to be sure to attend the special events, including the Exhibits Grand Opening and Reception onWednesday evening, the President’s reception on Thursday, and the awards luncheon with NPR librarianKee Malesky as the featured speaker on Friday.Enjoy the conference and thank you for being part of FLA! Leadership Voices Project Wednesday, April 18 and Thursday, April 19 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M., Palms Foyer (Ask at the Conference registration desk for the exact location.)FLA’s Leadership Development Committee invites conference attendees to share their thoughts on howlibrary leadership can play a vital role in a library’s service community. We will record your ideas and takeyour picture for use on the FLA Web site. Drop in any time, no appointment is necessary. Exhibit Hours Wednesday, April 18: 5:00 to 6:30 P.M. - Exhibits Grand Opening Thursday, April 19: 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. - Exhibits Open Mobile Conference Information www.flalib.org/mobile Quickly find program, exhibits and hotel information. Page 3 Create your own personal schedule on your phone.
Florida Library Association 2012 Annual Conference CONFERENCE-AT-A-GLANCE All events are at the Wyndham Orlando Resort. Tuesday, April 17 5:00 – 7:00 P.M. Registra on open 6:00 – 7:00 P.M. Meet Up at Gatorville Restaurant & Bar/ East Pool (bring badge for discounts) Wednesday April 18 7:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. Registra on & Informa on Desk Open 7:45 – 8:45 A.M. Coﬀee Klatch 8:00 – 8:45 A.M. New Member & First‐Time Conference A endee Orienta on 9:15 – 11:15 A.M. Opening General Session 10:30 A.M. Approximate me of Opening Session keynote address Con nuing Educa on Commi ee Roundtable Discussions & Member Group 11:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. Discussion Tables with lunch available for purchase 12:45 – 2:15 P.M. Poster Sessions 12:00 – 5:00 P.M. Commi ee & Member Group Mee ngs 1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Breakout Sessions 2:15 – 3:30 P.M. Breakout Sessions 3:45 – 4:45 P.M. Breakout Sessions 5:00 – 6:30 P.M. Exhibits Grand Opening 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. Recep ons – Florida State University & University of South Florida Thursday April 19 7:30 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. Registra on & Informa on Desk Open 8:00 – 9:30 A.M. Coﬀee Klatch 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. Exhibits Open 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Commi ee & Member Group Mee ngs 8:30 – 9:30 A.M. Breakout Sessions 9:30 – 10:30 A.M. Coﬀee with Exhibitors 10:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Breakout Sessions & Performers Showcase, Part I 10:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Poster Sessions 12:00 – 1:00 P.M. Lunch on your own (available for purchase in Exhibit Hall) Friends, Founda ons & Boards Member Group – Awards Luncheon & Business 12:15 – 1:45 P.M. Mee ng ( cketed event) 1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Breakout Sessions & Performers Showcase, Part II 1:30 – 3:00 P.M. Poster Sessions 2:15 – 3:15 P.M. Breakout Sessions 3:15 – 4:00 P.M. Refreshment Break 4:00 – 5:00 P.M. Breakout Sessions 5:30 – 7:00 P.M. Presidents Recep on, Silent Auc on Finale, Florida Book Awards Book Signing 7:15 – 9:00 P.M. Florida Book Awards Banquet ( cketed event) Friday April 20 7:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Registra on & Informa on Desk Open 8:00 – 9:00 A.M. Coﬀee Klatch 8:00 – 11:00 A.M. Poster Sessions; Commi ee & Member Group mee ngs 9:00 – 10:00 A.M. Breakout SessionsPage 4 10:15 – 11:15 A.M. Breakout Sessions 11:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M. Closing General Session 1:45 – 4:00 P.M. FLA Execu ve Board Mee ng
Schedule of Meetings Academic Libraries Member Group/FACRL, 2:00 – 3:00 P.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea B Awards Committee, 3:45 – 4:45 P.M., Wednesday, April 18, Azalea A Conference Committee, 8:00 – 9:00 A.M., Friday, April 20, Azalea A Continuing Education Committee, 8:45 – 9:30 A.M., Friday, April 20, Azalea B Intellectual Freedom Committee, 1:00 – 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, April 18, Azalea B Leadership Development Committee, 8:00 – 8:45 A.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea A Legislative Committee, 12:00 – 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, April 18, Azalea B Library Personnel Recruitment, 1:00 – 2:00 P.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea A LGBT Support Services Member Group, 2:15 – 3:00 P.M., Wednesday, April 18, Azalea B Membership Committee, 3:00 – 3:45 P.M., Wednesday, April 18, Azalea A Outreach & Programming Member Group, 4:00 – 5:00 P.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea A Past Presidents Council, 3:00 – 4:00 P.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea A Planning Committee, 3:45 – 4:45 P.M., Wednesday, April 18, Azalea B Public Library Directors Member Group, 12:00 – 1:00 P.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea B Public Relations Committee, 2:00 – 3:00 P.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea A REFORMA de Florida Member Group, 12:00 – 1:00 P.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea A Scholarship Committee, 12:00 – 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, April 18, Azalea A Youth Services Member Group, 8:00 – 8:45 A.M., Thursday, April 19, Azalea B Special Events Wednesday Start your conference experience off right at the Opening Session with Michael Porter of Library Renewal, Floral Ballroom, 9:15 to 11:15 A.M. Topical Roundtable Discussion and cash lunch right after the Opening Session, Orange, 11:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Student members of FLA are invited to a Mixer on Wednesday at 1:00 to 2:00 P.M. in Azalea A Start your evening at the Exhibits Grand Opening & Reception, Palms Ballroom, 5:00 to 6:30 P.M. Find old friends at the Florida State University and University of Florida Receptions, 6:30 to 8:30 P.M., check schedule for locations Thursday Enjoy lunch with library supporters from all over the state, Lemon, 12:15 to 1:45 P.M. (fee event) Relax by the pool at the President’s Reception and place your final bid on Silent Auction items, West Pavilion, 5:30 to 7:00 P.M. Chat with a Florida Book Awards winning author at your FBA Banquet dinner table, Jasmine, 7:15 to 9:00 P.M. (fee event) Friday Visit the Technology Petting Zoo, this year in a much larger room, Jasmine, 9:00 to 11:00 A.M. Closing Session with Kee Malesky, FLA award presentations, and our annual business meeting, Page 5 Orange/Lemon, 11:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
Areas of Interest Technology Technical Services • Nothin’ But Blue Skies Do I See: Cloud Computing • Nothin’ But Blue Skies Do I See: Cloud Computing in the Library in the Library • Open Minded: Moving to an Open Source ILS • Open Minded: Moving to an Open Source ILS • Integrating iPads and Tablet Computers into Your • Ebooks: What’s Hot, What’s Not Library • Ebook Reader Lending: the Hardware Side of • Implementing Web Scale Discovery without a Map Ebooks in Libraries • Ebooks: What’s Hot, What’s Not • RDA for Beginners • Top 10 Mobile Apps for Libraries • The Future of Library Technical Services: • Ebook Reader Lending: The Hardware Side of Moving into the 21st Century Ebooks in Libraries • PDA: Putting Your Patrons in the Driver’s Seat • Find Your Oasis: How Libraries Can Deliver Comprehensive Technology Training in a Financial Desert Marketing/PR • Shaping Kids with Today’s Technology for • Library Snapshot Day – The Results and How to Tomorrow’s Future Use Them • Practical Strategies for Developing Broadband • Social Media & Demographics: Hitting the Right Services in Libraries Media for Your Audience • Technology Petting Zoo & Tech Talk Tables • Award Winning Elevator Speeches: Be Prepared • Prezify Yourself! with Anytime, Anywhere Advocacy for Your Library Outreach/Programming • Prezify Yourself! • Meeting Seniors in the Community • Senior Spaces: Creating Your Library as Place for Personal Development Older Adults • CChhh Chhhanging: A Library Job Isn’t Always • Serving Older Adults: Generation-by-Generation in a Library: Vibrant and Vital Alternative Career • Soy Culto! Connecting with the Hispanic Population Paths • Survey Says: Assessing and Understanding the • One Book, One State Social Impact of Library Programs • Navigating the Minefield: Understanding Power • Every Librarian a Filmmaker: Creating Online and Politics in Organizations Videos for Your Library • Making a Film with Students • Making Public Library & School Library Partnerships Teaching/Learning & Information Literacy Work in Troubled Times • Prezify Yourself! • Innovative Outreach Ideas: How to Serve • Find Your Oasis: How Libraries Can Deliver Communities without Library Buildings Comprehensive Technology Training in a • Exploring Florida’s Vibrant History – Planning and Financial Desert Programs for 2013 Viva Florida 500 • Engaging Students in Information Literacy: The First Year and Beyond • Serving Older Adults: Generation-by-Generation Collection Development & Management • Building In - Instructional Design Principles for • The Choice is Yours: Teen GLBT Titles for a New Library Instruction Era • Making Connections: Strategies to Personalize • Implementing Web Scale Discovery without A Map the First Year College Student Experience • Opening up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just • Organizing for Online Presentation an Academic Library Issue • Ebooks: What’s Hot, What’s Not • Ebook Reader Lending: The Hardware Side of Author Signings Ebooks in Libraries • 2011 Florida Book Award Winning Authors Discuss in the Exhibit Hall Their Books Wednesday EveningPage 6 • PDA: Putting Your Patrons in the Driver’s Seat and Thursday
Management/Leadership Children/Youth Services• Nothin’ But Blue Skies Do I See: Cloud Computing in the • The Choice is Yours: Teen GLBT Titles for a New Library Era• Meet the Keynoter, Michael Porter • Every Child Ready to Read 2nd Edition• Library Snapshot Day – The Results and How to Use Them • Shaping Kids with Today’s Technology for• Assessment Across Library Types Tomorrow’s Future• Survey Says: Assessing and Understanding the Social Impact of Library Programs • Telling Tales: Fun Ways to Use Folk Tales with• The Future of Florida Academic Libraries School Age Children• Building a Library Foundation from the Ground Up: • Performers’ Showcase Hardhats Optional • Library Clubs for Youth• Ethnographic Assessment Techniques: A Mini Workshop • Navigating the New NetSmartz• Navigating the Minefield: Understanding Power and • Making a Film with Students Politics in Organizations • Creating Culturally Competent Kids• How to Make Your Friends Your “Best Friends” • 2011 Florida Book Award Winning Authors Discuss• Social Media & Demographics: Hitting the Right Media for Their Books Your Audience • Making Public Library & School Library Partner-• One Book, One State• Making the Most Rather Than Making Do: Repurposing ships Work in Troubled Times Library Space • Exploring Florida’s Vibrant History – Planning and• Practical Strategies for Developing Broadband Services in Programs for 2013 Viva Florida 500 Libraries• Fair Use: The New Code of Best Practices in Academic Libraries Authors & Books• Retention Anxiety: What Do You Do For The Employees • Kee Malesky, author of All Facts Considered: The That Are Not Being Let Go? Essential Library of Inessential Knowledge• Award Winning Elevator Speeches: Be Prepared with Any • Edward Corrado & Heather Moulaison, co-editors time, Anywhere Advocacy for Your Library of Getting Started with Cloud Computing: A LITA• Designing and Building a Gold Level LEED Certified Library Guide • Sue Polanka, author of No Shelf Required: Ebooks in Libraries • The Choice Is Yours: GLBT Titles for a New Era • One Book, One State • 2011 Florida Book Award Winning Authors Discuss Their Books • Florida Book Award Author Signing • Florida Book Awards Banquet Information Services/Reference • Vital Reference in a Vibrant Society • Back to Work @ Your Library • Integrating iPads and Tablet Computers into Your Library • Legal Research – The Basics for Assisting Library Customers • Building the Next Generation of E-government Librarians: Skills, Training and Service • American FactFinder and Census Data: Vital Information for Your Patrons • Implementing Web Scale Discovery without a Map • Opening up Open Access: Open Access is Not Just an Academic Library Issue • E-Books: What’s Hot, What’s Not • Top 10 Mobile Apps for Libraries Page 7 • Fair Use: The New Code of Best Practices in Academic Libraries
Tuesday, April 17 Florida’s new Secretary of State, Ken Detzner will bring greetings Registration open: 5:00 – 7:00 P.M., Palms Foyer from his department. Michael Porter, keynote speaker and 6:00 – 7:00 P.M. President of Library Renewal as Bring your badge to the Meet Up at Gatorville Bar well as Communications Manag- & Grill, East Pool, for discounts on wine and er for Web Junction will talk appetizers about the leading role Library Michael Porter Wednesday, April 18 Renewal is taking in charting the future of electronic content delivery in libraries and its work in research, relationships and Registration open: 7:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M., Palms Foyer outreach to assure the future of libraries. Exhibits & Silent Auction open 5:00 – 6:30 P.M., Palms Ballroom 11:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. Poster Sessions 12:45 – 2:15 P.M., Palms Foyer Continuing Education Committee Roundtable Discussions & Member Group Discussion Committee & Member Group Meetings 12:00 noon – 5:00 P.M., Tables (cash lunch) Azalea A & B Table Leaders: Linda Chancey, Polk County Cash Lunch & Roundtable Discussions, Orange Library Cooperative; Gene Coppola, Palm 7:30 – 8:30 A.M. Harbor Community Library; Elizabeth Henry & OCLC Update Breakfast Rachel Longstaff, Saint Leo University; Mary Speaker: Chris Manriquez, OCLC Page, University of Central Florida Location: Orange Sponsors: Continuing Education Committee Location: Orange OCLC invites conference attendees to enjoy breakfast and learn how OCLC WorldShare can Pick up some lunch, check-out the Roundtable better connect your library to our digital, Webscale topics and make your own topic at discussion information environment. Apps for acquisition, circu- tables for FLA Member Groups. lation and license management will be discussed. 1:00 – 2:00 P.M. 7:45 – 8:45 A.M. FLA Student Member Mixer, Azalea A Coffee Klatch Vital Reference in a Vibrant Society Location: Palms Foyer Tony Garrett & John Phil, Troy University Location: Jasmine 8:00 – 8:45 A.M. New Member & First-Time Conference Attendee Making information and reference services vital Orientation through using non-traditional tools such as QR Speakers: Gloria Colvin, FLA President; John codes, Zotero, cloud computing, apps, text/ Callahan, FLA Past President; Gene Coppola, FLA mobile reference, eBook readers – this program Board Director; Christy Koontz, FLA Member covers it all to help you discover ways to bring Sponsor: New Members Round Table Member your services into the 21st Century. Group Location: Tangerine A Nothin’ But Blue Skies Do I See: Cloud Computing in the Library This session provides new FLA members and first- Edward Corrado & Heather Moulaison, time conference attendees with an overview of the co-editors of Getting Started with Cloud Florida Library Association, association involve- Computing: A LITA Guide ment, and conference highlights to help “newbies” Location: Magnolia navigate the program. Speakers will discuss opportunities for getting active in FLA and getting the most out of your FLA membership and conference attendance. 9:15 – 11:15 A.M. Opening General Session Location: Floral BallroomPage 8 Edward Corrado Heather Moulaison Tuesday, April 17 • Wednesday, April 18
The speakers will cut through the hype about “The Snapshot Day is more than just the great pic-Cloud” and dispel some of the myths surrounding tures and customer stories – results from thecloud computing as they introduce the concept and day are a tool for library advocacy. Learn abouthow it pertains to libraries. They will discuss the day in all library types and how you can useadvantages and disadvantages of moving to the the published results to promote services andcloud, including issues of privacy, security, staff funding.workload and overall cost. 2:00 – 2:15 P.M. Session BreakMeet the Keynoter, Michael PorterLocation: Oleander A 2:15 – 3:30 P.M. Back to Work @ Your LibraryGet up close and personal with Michael Porter, Stephanie Race, Florida Department of State,President of Library Renewal. This is your chance Division of Library and Information Services;to get in-depth answers to questions raised by his Paolo Melillo, Orange County Library System;Opening Session speech. Brian Smith, Delray Beach Public Library. Location: JasmineThe Choice is Yours: Teen GLBT Titles for aNew Era Today’s challenging economy brings many peo-Authors David Matthew-Barnes, Steve Berman, ple to a library seeking assistance. Learn aboutSam Cameron & Greg Herren, Bold Strokes Books the services libraries provide to meet the needsSponsor: GLBT Library Services Support Member of the unemployed and under-employed, smallGroup business owners, and people seeking financialLocation: Oleander B literacy assistance.The authors discuss their recent works and thesignificance of these titles for teens grappling withidentity and their place in the world. Future trendsin the genre will also be discussed.Open Minded: Moving to an Open Source ILSPaul Alford & Adam Brooks, Hernando County Rebecca Miller Carolyn MeierPublic Library System; Brendan Gallagher,ByWater Solutions; Cheryl Pulliam, Three Rivers Integrating iPads and Tablet ComputersRegional Library System into Your LibrarySponsor: Learning Support Member Group Rebecca Miller & Carolyn Meier, UniversityLocation: Tangerine A Libraries at Virginia Tech Location: MagnoliaIs an open source integrated library system right foryour library? Find out how this software is working Tablet devices offer major potential for enhanc-out at some libraries that have made the switch. ing library services and instruction as well asSpeakers will share lessons learned and what’s increasing staff productivity. The speakers willhappening in this increasingly attractive approach share their experiences with a multi-facetedto ILS. tablet program and provide guidance on build- ing your own program, from choosing andLibrary Snapshot Day – The Results and How purchasing through deployment.to Use ThemSalena Coller, Sanford-Brown Institute; Lisa Hor- Implementing Web Scale Discovery withoutton, Emerald Cove Middle School; Karen Kaufman, a MapSeminole State College of Florida; Brian Smith, Rhonda Kitchens, State College of Florida,Delray Beach Public Library Manatee-Sarasota; Jean Phillips, Florida CenterSponsor: Public Relations Committee for Library Automation; Danielle Rosenthal,Location: Tangerine B Florida Gulf Coast University; Jane Strudwick, Page 9 Florida Atlantic University; Dave Whisenant, Wednesday, April 18
College Center for Library Automation describe how they delight seniors and enrich Location: Oleander A lives with personalized services such as teen tech tutors, senior socials, blogs, and more. Providing a single point of access to a broad range Some services are taken to seniors where they of library materials seems to be emerging as the live and gather. Holy Grail of the library world and vendors have responded with an array of products. Speakers will 3:30 – 3:45 P.M. discuss a variety of these tools and provide practi- Refreshment Break cal, useful information on implementation and Location: Palms Foyer whether the tools were successful in their academic library settings. 3:45 – 4:45 P.M. Legal Research – The Basics for Assisting Library Customers Every Child Ready to Read 2nd Eric Young, Shepard Broad Law Center, Nova Edition: What’s different? Southeastern University What’s the same? Location: Jasmine Sue McCleaf Nespeca, Kid Lit Plus Consulting Florida citizens need access to legal information Location: Oleander B and a basic ability to navigate its complexities. Learn how you can help your customers when they have legal information needs. A national expert will bring you up to speed on the updated and Social Media & Demographics: Hitting the expanded 2nd Right Media for Your Audience edition of Every Child Ready To Read which Diana Silveira, Novare Library Services incorporates simple research-based practices to Location: Magnolia help parents and other caregivers develop early literacy skills in children from birth to age five. The number of social media continue to grow exponentially and with a multitude of sites Engaging Students in Information Literacy: The developed daily, one size no longer fits all. The First Year and Beyond speaker will help you sort through the tangled Elana Karshmer & Jacalyn Bryan, Saint Leo web of social media sites and learn how to use University; Anna Carlin, Florida Gulf Coast different outlets in order to target and tailor University; Diane Fulkerson, University of South messages to different audiences and for Florida Polytechnic; Portia McQueen, Florida State specific purposes. University Location: Tangerine A Soy Culto! Connecting with the Hispanic Population The speakers will present a variety of innovative Wendi Bost, Orange County Library System; strategies for teaching information literacy skills Sami Haiman-Marrero, Urbander Business with a focus on first-year students. Topics will Development & Marketing; Dr. Joyce Nutta & include creating and using online tutorials, using Alison Youngblood, University of Central Florida Google to teach research skills, designing School of Teaching, Learning & Leadership instruction for incoming engineering majors, and Location: Oleander A creating videos to address problem-based learning Orange County Library System’s partnership situations. with UCF is breaking down barriers to serving Hispanic residents through a concentrated effort Meeting Seniors in the Community involving collection development, English Isabelle Fetherston & Mary Keesling, Pasco County language classes, and education about Library System; Kathy Mayo, Lee County Library available resources. System; Roberta Reiss, Collier County Public Library Shaping Kids with Today’s Technology for Location: Tangerine B Tomorrow’s Future Brian Knoll, Tony Orengo & OrmillaPage 10 Librarians from three public library systems Vengersammy, Orange County Library System Wednesday, April 18
Location: Oleander B Technology programs for kids enhance learning, Thursday, April 19 exploration and creativity. The speakers share their Registration open: 7:30 A.M. – 7:00 P.M., motivating and educational programs developed Palms Foyer using instructional design principles. Exhibits & Silent Auction open: 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M., Opening up Open Access: Open Access is Not Palms Ballroom Just an Academic Library Issue Poster Sessions 10:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. & 1:30 – Lee Dotson, University of Central Florida; 3:00 P.M., Palms Foyer Christine Ross, University of Florida; Jonathan Miller, Rollins College; Isabelle Silver, Committee & Member Group Meetings 8:00 – 9:30 A.M. University of Florida; Micah Vandegrift, Florida & 10:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M., Azalea A & B State University Location: Tangerine B 8:00 – 9:30 A.M. Coffee Klatch The panel will discuss how open access has been, Location: Palms Ballroom and can be, brought out of the academic library and into the broader community through efforts such as 8:30 – 9:30 A.M. institutional open access mandates and public Ebooks: What’s Hot, What’s Not library advocacy. The future of open access as a Sue Polanka, Wright State movement will also be discussed. University, author of No Shelf Required and an ebook Designing and Building a Gold Level Certified blog LEED Library Location: Jasmine Cay Hohmeister, LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library; Ivan Johnson, Johnson Peterson Archi- Well known for her blog and other ebook-related tects; Judith Rundel, Eastside Branch Manager; activities, Sue Polanka brings her expertise and John M. Ward, Leon County Facilities a national view to provide the latest information Management on ebook trends such as business models, new Location: Tangerine A technologies, statistics, and innovations in libraries. The new Eastside Branch of the Leon County system opened in fall 2011 and has all the latest Telling Tales: Fun Ways to Use Folk Tales bells and whistles to sustain and protect our envi- with School Age Children ronment. The major players in this building project Sue McCleaf Nespeca, Kid Lit Plus Consulting take you on the grand tour, sharing what worked Location: Oleander B and what didn’t as they sought gold level LEED certification for the building. Need some ideas for programming for elemen- tary age children? Explore ways to share folk literature with children through story sharing, Wednesday Evening Events poetry, music, creative dramatics, reader’s theatre and puppetry.5:00 – 6:30 P.M. Exhibits Grand Opening & Reception Survey Says: Assessing the Value of Library Location: Palms Ballroom Sponsored Tutoring in Higher Education Michelle Demeter & Rebecca Reibman, Florida6:30 – 8:00 P.M. State University Florida State University Reception, Location: Tangerine A Location: Orange Florida State University’s library tutoring service University of South Florida Reception, will be described along with the methods for Location: Check the USF booth (#216) or website assessing its success, including how to imple- Page 11 (http://si.usf.edu) ment and interpret a social survey. Wednesday, April 18 • Thursday, April 19
Award Winning Elevator Speeches: Be hardware. She will discuss types of devices and Prepared with Anywhere, Anytime Advocacy lending programs, provide guidelines for estab- for your Library lishing such programs, device purchasing and Meg Scharf, University of Central Florida training. Location: Oleander A The Future of Florida Academic Libraries Jim Corey, Florida Center for Library Automa- Learn all about elevator speeches – those short but tion; Don Muccino, College Center for Library very to the point advocacy talks so fast they can be Automation; Shirley Hallblade, University of delivered in an elevator ride. Participants will devel- North Florida; Deborah Robinson, Tallahassee op their own elevator speeches and try them out on Community College partners. Chocolate goes to the best! Sponsor: LINCC Users Forum & State University Libraries Member Groups Organizing for Online Presentation Location: Magnolia Christie Koontz and Michelle Kazmer, Florida State A Florida legislative mandate to form a new University College of Communication & Information, organization out of FCLA and CCLA resulted in School of Library & Information Services the work of the Academic Libraries Task Force. Location: Magnolia Speakers will summarize Task Force results but the focus will be on implementation and the Organization is key to presenting online. Learn from future. Brief meetings of State University Librar- speakers who have been teaching online for many ies and LINCC Users Group Member Groups years and have learned the hard way how to be will be held at the end of the program. prepared to present Webinars, classes and other online events. Building a Library Foundation from the Ground Up: Hardhats Optional Sarabeth Kalajian, Sarasota County Library Prezify Yourself! System; Peter Pearson, Library Foundation for Gary Scott Brown, Nova Southeastern University the St. Paul (MN) Public Library and Loanis Menendez-Cuesta, Delray Beach Public Location: Oleander A Library Location: Tangerine B The public library support groups in St. Paul are leaders in taking assistance to libraries to the Meet Prezi, a new and intuitive Web-based presen- highest levels. One of their leaders and a Florida tation program that uses time, space and move- director who has recently gone through the pro- ment to develop a unique way of sharing your story. Prezi takes your presentation skills to the cloud so cess describe the role private funding should get ready to purge the linear presentation mind-set play in a public library’s budget and how to form and enter the Prezi Zone. Best of all, you can get a foundation. Success stories from around the started for FREE! country will also be presented. 9:30 – 10:30 A.M. RDA for Beginners Coffee with the Exhibitors Jeanne Piascik, University of Central Florida Location: Palms Ballroom Sponsor: Technical Services Member Group Location Oleander B 10:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Ebook Reader Lending: The Hardware Side of The why and how of RDA (Resource Description Ebooks in Libraries & Access), the new cataloging code, will be ex- Sue Polanka, Wright State University, author of plained with examples and interactive exercises. No Shelf Required and an ebook blog Location: Jasmine Ethnographic Assessment Techniques: A Mini Workshop, Part One The No Shelf Required librarian continues her dis- Rachel Besara, Rebecca Bichel & Kirsten Kins- cussion of ebooks in libraries from the early morn- ley, Florida State UniversityPage 12 ing session by getting into the nitty-gritty of ebook Location: Tangerine A Thursday, April 19
This two part mini-workshop offers hands-on expe- eration of e-government librarians with a focus rience on how to use less common qualitative on skills and training needed to successfully en- assessment techniques such as charrettes, photo gage in e-government services and develop diaries, and photos of users in the library. Work- needed partnerships. Trends in e-government shop leaders will teach several alternate assess- and the impact of this service will be discussed. ment techniques, when to use them, data gathering techniques and data analysis. Every Librarian a Filmmaker: Creating Online Videos for Your Library Serving Older Adults: Chris Zabriskie, Orange County Library System Generation-by-Generation Location: Magnolia Allan Kleiman, Library Videos promoting library events and services Consultant can be easily and inexpensively made. Learn the Location: Tangerine B many ways original video content can be used & about basic equipment, software and know-how. Seniors come in all shapes, sizes and generations. Learn how Navigating the Minefield: Understanding libraries can develop programs and services to Power and Politics in Organizations meet the needs of Baby Boomers, the Silent Kate Nevins, LYRASIS Generation and the Greatest Generation with more Location: Oleander A than just large print books and homebound In this lively presentation participants will look at services! Models of successful programs will be who has power in organizations, what impact provided. organizational politics can have on your career Performers’ Showcase I and how to navigate the minefield and come out Location: Orange on top! Find Your Oasis: How Libraries Can Deliver Watch and participate in eight minute sketches by Comprehensive Technology Training in a performers from all over the state! A great way to Financial Desert audition acts for your summer youth programs and Peggy Remis, Oasis Connections; Hayley St. lots of fun, too. A directory of these and other per- John-Ayre & Tara Zimmermann, Broward formers will be provided and performers will offer County Library informational materials about their services. Location: Oleander B12:00 – 1:00 P.M. Comprehensive volunteer-based technology Cash Lunch in Exhibits training is the answer! Speakers will discuss re- Location: Palms Ballroom sources, best practices and finding funding for technology training.12:15 – 1:45 P.M. Friends, Foundations & Boards Member Group Ethnographic Assessment Techniques: A Luncheon & Business Meeting (ticketed event) Mini Workshop, Part Two Location: Lemon Rachel Besara, Rebecca Bichel & Kirsten Kinsley, Florida State University1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Location: Tangerine A Building the Next Generation of E-government Librarians: Skills, Training and Service Continuation of mini-workshop from the morning John Bertot, University of Maryland, College of session. Information Studies; Nancy Fredericks, Pasco County Library Cooperative; Lawrence Mello, The Future of Library Technical Services: Florida Atlantic University; Janet Norton, West Moving into the 21st Century Palm Beach Public Library; Pamela Thompson, Annie Glerum, Michael Luesebrink, Amy Weiss, Florida Department of State, Division of Library and & Ruth Ziegler, Florida State University Information Services Location: Tangerine B Location: Jasmine Key functions provided by technical services Page 13 Panelists will discuss development of the next gen- staff evolve through adoption of new technolo- Thursday, April 19
gies, restructuring of functions and change in use Libraries are a great place for young people to of personnel. Current trends and possible futures interact in groups and these speakers have lots for administration, acquisitions, cataloging and of ideas for making that happen at your library. authority control will be discussed. Clubs for model kit building, Legos, trading cards, duct tape for teens and book clubs are Performers’ Showcase II among the ideas to be presented. Homeschool- Location: Orange ing groups will be on the agenda, too. More performer sketches and fun! One Book, One State 2:00 – 2:15 P.M. Anne Haywood, Bruton Memorial Library; Jaime Session Break Goldman, Nova Southeastern University; Lisa Manners, Broward County Library; Renae 2:15 – 3:15 P.M. Rountree, Washington County Public Library Building In - Instructional Design Principles for Sponsor: Leadership Development Committee Library Instruction Location: Tangerine A Corinne Bishop, University of Central Florida Location: Jasmine Join your colleagues for a discussion of Our Ice- berg is Melting: Changing and Succeeding This session examines instructional design princi- under Any Conditions by John P. Kotter, ples and popular models like ADDIE and Under- President Gloria Colvin’s selection for this standing by Design. Explore how learning works, inaugural One Book program. steps for creating objectives, and ideas on design. The session will also include a handout of face-to- Senior Spaces: Creating Your Library as face instruction and online learning strategies. Place for Older Adults Allan Kleiman, Library Consultant Top 10 Mobile Apps for Libraries Location: Tangerine B Chad Marin, Novare Library Services Location: Magnolia Libraries are developing spaces that serve as focal points of service to seniors. The speaker Smartphones are everywhere! Hear about the best has been helping to shape services for seniors of the best apps for library staff and users from a all over the nation for many years. Learn about librarian who is in the app development business. the kinds of spaces that make this age group feel welcome, hear what other libraries are How to Make Your Friends Your “Best Friends” doing, and learn how you can create such a Phyllis Gorshe, Dunedin Public Library; Linda space in your library. Harcrow & Patricia Ross, Dunedin Friends of the Library; Deborah Hohler, Friends, Foundations & 3:15 – 4:00 P.M. Boards Member Group Refreshment Break in Exhibits Sponsor: Friends, Foundations & Boards Member Location: Palms Ballroom Group Location: Oleander A 4:00 – 5:00 P.M. Making the Most Rather Than Friends of the Library – a lifeline for many public Making Do: library programs and services. The panel will Repurposing Library Space address Friends Group and staff collaboration, David R. Moore, McMillan creative ideas, and promoting the library through Pazdan Smith Architecture the Friends. Location: Jasmine Library Clubs for Youth Space is the place where all your Sharon Fiske & Theresa Owen, Flagler County stuff goes and it’s quite possible Public Library; Tanci Mishler, Tampa-Hillsborough you’re out of it – or will be real County Public Library Cooperative; Ron Moore, soon. When building projects are Lake County Library System off the agenda, seeing opportunities for Sponsor: Youth Services Member GroupPage 14 progress and optimization become increasingly Location: Oleander B Thursday, April 19
difficult. Learn how to make the most of your space Everlove & Associates; Bethany Sehon, Price-and review several case studies involving large and waterhouseCooperssmall libraries with this experienced library Sponsor: Library Personnel Recruitmentarchitect. Committee Location: Tangerine BPractical Strategies for Developing BroadbandServices in Libraries What do librarians offer that non-libraryLauren Mandel, Information Use Management and employers want? Hear from four whoPolicy Institute, Florida State University revitalized their careers by taking their skillsLocation: Magnolia down a different path.What is broadband and what can you do with it? Thursday Evening EventsThe speaker answers these and related questions 5:30 – 7:00 P.M.while reporting on rural library research that President’s Reception, Silent Auction Finale &demonstrates practical strategies and resources Florida Book Award Author Signingfor developing broadband services. Location: Poolside Pavilion, West Pool Rain locations: Lemon/Lime Rooms2011 Florida Book Award Winning Authors Music by Fred Harvey, FLA’s Favorite MusicianDiscuss Their BooksLocation: Oleander A 7:15 – 9:00 P.M. Florida Book Awards Banquet (ticketed event)Selected authors from the winners list of the 2011 Location: JasmineFlorida Book Awards discuss their winning books.Navigating the New NetSmartzEd Russo, National Center for Missing &Exploited Children; Renelda Sells, Tampa- Friday, April 20Hillsborough County Public Library CooperativeLocation: Oleander B Registration open: 7:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M., Palms FoyerThe modern library is a Cyber Café without the ex-pensive coffee. Protecting computer users’ personal Poster Sessions 9:30 – 11:00 A.M., Palms Foyersafety through education about appropriate online Committee & Member Group Meetings 8:00 –behaviors is vital and NetSmartz provides a way. 11:00 A.M., Azalea A & BLearn about this tool for reducing online risks. 8:00 – 9:00 A.M.PDA: Putting Your Patrons in the Driver’s Seat Coffee KlatchNatalie Henri-Bennett & Cherie McCraw, Location: Palms FoyerCollege Center for Library Automation; Becky Don-lan, Florida Gulf Coast University; Claire Dygert,Florida Center for Library Automation; Sharon 9:00 – 10:00 A.M.Lokken, Polk State College Film Making with Students Banks Helfrich, FilmmakerLocation: Tangerine A Location: Oleander APDA (Patron Driven Acquisition) is a national trendthat has placed Florida’s academic libraries on the Award winning filmmaker Helfrich will teachcusp of change. Join representatives from the Flori- you how to take an idea and make it a film.da College System and the State University System Examples of his work will be presented.as they discuss two pilot programs conducted thisyear. Making Public Library & School Library Partnerships Work in Troubled TimesCchhh Chhhanging: A Library Job Isn’t Bill Harris, Tampa-Hillsborough County PublicAlways in a Library Library; Carol Sivard, Hillsborough CountySusan Wald Berkman, Research-Ability; Lisa Public Schools Page 15Chinn, University of Florida; Nora Everlove, Location: Oleander B Thursday, April 19 • Friday, April 20
Budget restrictions at public and school libraries/ added attraction – a place to discuss what you media centers are causing staff and service cuts. saw and how you can use it in your library or Increased standardized testing in the schools re- personal life with others of like mind. stricts what school librarians can do. Learn how you can make a partnership work under these 10:00 – 10:15 A.M. restrictions. An example partnership will be Session Break discussed as a model. 10:15 – 11:15 A.M. Fair Use: The New Code of Best Practices in American FactFinder and Census Data: Vital Academic Libraries Information for Your Patrons Peter Jaszi, American University Joe Aufmuth & Jan Swanbeck, University of Location: Tangerine A Florida Sponsor: Government Documents Member Group American University coordinated Location: Magnolia development of the new Code of Best Practices released in winter 2010 U.S. Census results offer information vital to of 2012. Peter Jaszi, a Professor your customers making business decisions, of Law, had a lead role in devel- supporting grant proposals, determining political oping the Code. Hear from him how it will impact boundaries and creating maps. It’s even used for your work as an academic librarian assisting library planning! Learn how to navigate and map students and faculty with their research. the Census data using American Fact Finder. Innovative Outreach Ideas: How to Serve Creating Culturally Competent Kids Communities without Library Buildings Kristen Arnett & Jonathan Dolce, Maitland Public Linda Chancey, Tina Peak & Gladys Roberts, Polk Library County Library Cooperative, Michael Sullivan, Location: Oleander A Jacksonville Public Library Take the kids in your library to other lands on vir- Sponsor: Outreach & Programming Member Group tual visits on a shoestring budget. The speakers Location: Tangerine B present their model for bringing together multime- Communities without library buildings can be dia, library materials, local residents from other served locally with new and tried and true cultures and countries, businesses, and authentic methods. Hear about some of the methods food, music and crafts to create fantastic trips. Florida libraries are using such as electronic Assessment across Library Types lockers for pickup of reserved items and material Rachel Besara, Florida State University; Kirsten vending machines. Kinsley, Florida State University Retention Anxiety: What do you do for the Libraries; Deb Svec, Palm Beach County School employees that are not being let go? System; Mary Anne Hodel, Orange County Library Steve Rosenthal, The Training Tree System Location: Magnolia Location: Oleander B Get a broader perspective and new ideas on how Human Resources expert and training professional to use assessment at all library types to improve Steve Rosenthal provides inspiration and ideas on services. Take advantage of this opportunity to keeping staff morale positive after staff cuts have start a cross-library dialog on effective assess- been made. ment. 9:00 – 11:00 A.M. Technology Petting Zoo & Tech Talk Tables Making Connections: Strategies to Personalize Location: Jasmine the First-Year College Student Experience Kim Copenhaver, Lakeisha Hall, Alyssa Koclanes The Petting Zoo is back, bigger and better than & Stephanie Henderson, Eckerd College ever with more room this year to fondle those elec- Location: Tangerine A tronic goodies and learn about them from experts! An innovative first-year student experiencePage 16 Tech Talk Tables in the same room will be an extra initiated in 2011 by the Eckerd College Library will Friday, April 20
be described. It included an orientation event 11:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M.based on the television show The Amazing Closing General Session &Race, a self-directed online tutorial on plagia- Luncheon, Awards Presentationsrism prevention, and an individualized person- and FLA Annual Business Meetingal librarian program. Keynote Speaker: Kee Malesky, National Public Radio Location: Orange & LemonExploring Florida’s Vibrant History –planning and programs for 2013 Viva Kee Malesky, a member of the NPR library team,Florida 500 will speak about her wonderful experiences inJudi Ring Florida Department of State, Direc- twenty-five years of answering questions for journal-tor of the Division of Library and Information ists, handling deadline pressure, learning new skills,Services and Jennifer Obermaier, Clearwater and doing what all librarians do everywhere: work-Public Library & FLA Board Fellow ing hard to meet the information needs of herLocation: Tangerine B patrons.FLA is a partner in planning Viva Florida 500, The program also includes the FLA Annualthe commemoration celebration of the 500 Business meeting and presentation of the 2012years since the Spanish first landed in Florida. FLA Awards.Learn how your library can be a cornerstonein planning community events and also about 1:45 – 4:00 P.M.ideas for related programs. FLA Executive Board Meeting (open to all) Location: Marathon Page 17 Friday, April 20
Alphabetical Roster of Exhibitors Company Booth # Company Booth # 3 Branch Products, Inc. 109 Library Automation Technologies, Inc. 615 3M Library System 411 Library Interiors of Florida 601 A B Enterprises 316 Lilly The Lash 503 AudioGo 112 Lyrasis 513 AWE 612 Magazine Subscription Service Agency 504 Baker & Taylor, Inc. 108 & 110 Mango Languages 608 Bella & Harry, LLC 105 McGraw-Hill / Contemporary 610 Bound to Stay Bound Books 701 Midwest Tape 201 Bowker (see also Proquest) 611 Mumford Books 505 Bridge - Logos Foundation 114 Neatoscan, Inc. 313 Brodart Co. 310 Novare Library Services 402 Burrow Library Services 512 OCLC 509 BWI 609 Orange County Library System EPOCH 703 Bywater Solutions 617 OverDrive 312 CCP Solutions 604 Ovid Technologies 303 Colibri Systems North America, Inc. 417 Playaway 516 Combined Book Exhibit 100-106 Polaris Library Systems 607 Comprise Technologies 702 Possum Grape RHK, Inc. 412 Creative Arts Unlimited 305 & 404 PRIDE Enterprises 315 & 414 Creekside Digital 511 ProQuest (see also Bowker) 611 Davidson Titles, Inc. 211 Quality Books, Inc. 205 Division of Library & Information Services, 500 R. George & Associates 405 FL Department of State Dr. Annette Laings Imaginative Journey 212 Recorded Books 501 DVA 700 San Jose State University - SLIS 204 EBSCO 600 Showcases 113 Emery-Pratt Company 603 SirsiDynix 304 Florida Association for Media in 403 Springer Science & Business Media 613 Education (FAME) Florida Publishers Association 203 Storage Systems USA, Inc. 510 Florida Multitype Library Cooperatives (MLCs) Foyer Tampa Bay Library Consortium 111 FSU School of Library and Information Studies 409 Tech Logic Corporation 210 Gale, Cengage Learning 301 & 400 The Book Farm, Inc. 202 Grey House Publishing 602 TLC - The Library Corporation 208 Harvard Jolly Architecture 300 Unique Books, Inc. 311 History Education 217 University of South Florida School of 216 Information Image One Corporation 213 University Press of Florida 410 Ingram / Coutts 101 Viva Florida 500 502Page 18 Innovative Interfaces 401 World Book, Inc. 302 L J S & S Publishing 704 WT Cox Subscriptions 200 LibLime, a division of PTFS 103
Exhibitor Information 3 Branch Products, Inc. Bound to Stay Bound Books CCP Solutions Booth # 109 Booth # 701 Booth # 604 www.mag-box.com www.btsb.com www.ccpcopy.com 847-291-3900 800-637-6586 404-797-8676 Mag/box acrylic periodical display box and Prebound juvenile library books with full Introducing a walkup self, service scanning the new staknspin acrylic modular spinner processing and automation support kiosk to scan to smart phone, iPad, Android system. available. tablet, email, GoogleDocs and Fax. 3M Library System Bowker (see also Proquest) Colibri Systems North America, Inc. Booth # 411 Booth # 611 Booth # 417 www.3M.com/us/library www.bowker.com www.colibriusa.com 321-663-8934 877-340-2400 877-265-4274 Develop, design and manufacture cutting Leading provider of bibliographic infor- Unique book covering system for hard or edge digital media, circulation management mation management solutions for publish- soft covered books in 20 seconds. Uses no and security solutions. ers, booksellers, and libraries. tars, glues, or adhesives. A B Enterprises Bridge - Logos Foundation Combined Book Exhibit Booth # 316 Booth # 114 Booth # 100-106 336-884-5685 www.bridgelogosfoundation.com www.combinedbook.com Imaging systems, book scanners, copiers, 386-462-2525 914-739-7500 micrographics. Publishers of Christian fiction, Pure Gold Subject arranged collection of books and Classics, Bibles, and Christian reference ebooks from a variety of publishers. AudioGo books. Booth # 112 Comprise Technologies www.audiogo.com Brodart Co. Booth # 702 401-295-3804 Booth # 310 www.comprisetechnologies.com Unabridged audiobooks and radio dramati- www.brodart.com 800-854-6122 zations for adults and children - ask about 570-326-2461 ext. 6546 Comprise Technologies is a leading provid- our 3,000+ titles under $50! The premier supplier of shelf-ready materi- er of software and technology to public als to libraries, delivering carefully select- libraries across N.A. The innovator of AWE ed, catalogued and processed books and SAM, Comprise offers the only PCI- Booth # 612 McNaughton Leasing. compliant unified payment system www.awelearning.com compatible with every ILS. 610-833-6400 Burrow Library Services Digital learning solutions that are intuitive Booth # 512 Creative Arts Unlimited and foster self-directed learning. 800-683-5187 Booth # 305 & 404 www.creativearts.com Baker & Taylor, Inc. BWI 727-525-2066 Booth # 108 & 110 Booth # 609 Providing innovative, personalized, interior www.baker-taylor.com www.titlewave.com environments and furniture that educates 704-998-3231 815-578-3672 and captures the imagination. A global company offering print and digital Books, A/V and more for public libraries. books, entertainment products and value- For specialized collection development and personal service, choose BWI. Creekside Digital added services. Booth # 511 www.creeksidedigital.com Bella & Harry, LLC Bywater Solutions 443-213-0335 Booth # 105 Booth # 617 Reservation-quality digitization of micro- www.BellaAndHarry.com www.bywatersolutions.com film, books, newspapers, photographs, 855-235-5211 203-345-2762 maps, and fine artwork; on-demand print The "Adventures of Bella and Harry" series KOHA ILS implementation and support reproductions of digitized items. – informative and interactive childrens company. picture books about travel, countries,Page 20 customs, history, and landmarks.
Exhibitor InformationDavidson Titles, Inc. Florida Publishers Association Image One CorporationBooth # 211 Booth # 203 Booth # 213www.davidsontitles.com www.floridapublishersassociation.com www.imagine-1.com800-433-3903 239-472-0599 813-888-8288A wide selection of library materials: fic- Supporting book publishers through Specializing in microfilm / microfiche andtion, non-fiction, reference, Spanish and education, networking, and the opportunity apperture card solutions, process automa-bilingual, and ebooks at highly competitive to display books at FLA conferences. tion and film/ paper scanners.prices. Florida Multitype Library Cooperatives Ingram / CouttsDivision of Library & Information (MLCs) Booth # 101Services, FL Department of State Booth located in Foyer. www.ingramcontent.comBooth # 500 www.seflin.org 615-213-7976http://info.florida.gov/ 561-208-0984 Ingram Content Group Inc. is the worlds850-245-6629 largest and most trusted distributor ofServices enabling local libraries and agen- FSU School of Library and Information physical and digital content.cies to effectively provide information to Studiesthe people of Florida. Booth # 409 Innovative Interfaces http://slis.fsu.edu Booth # 401Dr. Annette Laings Imaginative Journey 850-645-7145 www.iii.comBooth # 212 ALA Accredited 36 hour completely 510-655-6200www.imaginativejourney.org Online Masters in Library and Information Creating cutting-edge technologies for912-536-2719 Studies; Professional Certificates; Doctoral libraries, including the Sierra Services Plat-Historian and MG/YA novelist Dr. Annette Program. form, the Millennium ILS, The Encore Syn-Laing presents her books and Imaginative ergy Discovery Application, the InnovativeJourneys and history programs for kids. Gale, Cengage Learning ERM, and Inn-Reach Resource Sharing. Booth # 301 & 400 www.gale.cengage.comDVA L J S & S Publishing 248-699-8988Booth # 700 Booth # 704 Serving the worlds information and educa-www.dvalibrary.com www.ljsspublishing.com; tion needs through vast and dynamic con-727-489-1516 www.theimmune.com tent pools, which are used by researchers inDVD, Media, CDs, processing. 407-353-3797 libraries, schools and online. Offering fiction/non-fiction books of vari-EBSCO ous genre. Currently highlighting the novels Grey House PublishingBooth # 600 of Doc Lucky Meisenheimer. Booth # 602www.ebsco.com www.greyhouse.com205-981-4678 518-789-8700 LibLime, a division of PTFSE-journal, e-book and e-journal package Publisher of authoritative reference Booth # 103and print subscriptions, e-resource manage- products for the libraries. Stop by to demo http://www.liblime.comment tools, full-text and secondary data- our new Financial Ratings Series and 301-654-8088 ext. 176bases, and related services. Medigap Buyers Guides. The global leader in support for Koha open source ILS through consulting, develop-Emery-Pratt Company Harvard Jolly Architecture ment, implementation, and support hosting.Booth # 603 Booth # 300www.emery-pratt.com www.harvardjolly.com Library Automation Technologies, Inc.989.723.5291 727-896-4611 Booth # 615Distributor of over nine million titles from Providing professional architectural and www.LATcorp.commore than 160,000 publishing sources. interior design services for over 70 years. 856-566-4121 Unique and affordable technology solutionsFlorida Association for Media in History Education for the self-check, security, and storageEducation (FAME) Booth # 217 needs of libraries.Booth # 403 www.historyeducation.com 727-372-6162 Page 21www.floridamedia.org Educational and popular DVDs from A & E904-312-4371 History Channel and PBS Educational Media. Digital delivery available.
Exhibitor Information Library Interiors of Florida Midwest Tape OverDrive Booth # 601 Booth # 201 Booth # 312 www.libraryinteriors.com www.midwesttapes.com www.overdrive.com 813-977-6805 800-875-2785 216-573-6886 Portfolio of library and technology furnish- Full service AV vendor offering processing, Create your Virtual Branch! Offer ings; comprehensive consulting services cataloging, and customized standing orders: bestselling audiobooks, eBooks, music and available from three Florida offices. DVDs, CD music, Spoken Word Audio video, online 24/7 from your librarys Book, Playaway, and the View. website. Lilly The Lash Booth # 503 Mumford Books Ovid Technologies www.lillythelash.com Booth # 505 Booth # 303 941-358-9265 www.books-library.com www.ovid.com Successful childrens book series that teach- 800-367-3927 561-330-6512 es core values and the importance of good We are a wholesaler which sells books to Online content for colleges and universities character. libraries. on nursing, allied health, dentistry, physi- cal/occupational therapy, anatomy, public Lyrasis Neatoscan, Inc. health, and vet science. Booth # 513 Booth # 313 www.lyrasis.org www.neatoscan.com Playaway 678-235-2921 651-905-0995 ext. 6009 Booth # 516 Partnering with member libraries to create, Neatoscan is the solution to success in your www.library-playaway.com access and manage information, build and library’s funding ventures. 440-893-0808 sustain collaboration, enhance library and Simple and immediate access to digital technology operations, and increase buying content through Playaway & Playaway Novare Library Services power. View, combining digital portability with Booth # 402 www.novarelibrary.com the grab and go convenience of a physical Magazine Subscription Service Agency 813-601-0693 format. Booth # 504 IT solutions: custom web development, www.magazinesubservagy.com programming, technology consulting, and Polaris Library Systems 800-368-7922 technology-oriented training. Booth # 607 Providing over 250,000 publications to www.polarislibrary.com libraries, including free replacement when 315-634-4556 OCLC Helping libraries across the United States available. Booth # 509 leverage library technology to maximize www.oclc.org time and resources and improve patron Mango Languages 614-761-5074 satisfaction. Booth # 608 Visit the OCLC booth to see demos of www.mangolanguages.com/libraries OCLC solutions, including OCLC 248-254-7450 WorldShare Management Services, which Possum Grape RHK, Inc. An online language learning system for streamline cataloging, acquisitions, license Booth # 412 libraries that teaches practical conversation management and circulation, and provide 501-525-1210 skills for a variety of languages. next-gen discovery for library users. Possum Grape is a distributor of small press, current titles, fiction, and non-fiction, McGraw-Hill / Contemporary adult, and children’s books. We schedule an Orange County Library System EPOCH appointment with each customer for a face Booth # 610 Booth # 703 to face meeting. www.mheonline.com www.ocls.info 813-421-1073 407-835-7370 Publisher of GED, ABE, ESL, TABE, PRIDE Enterprises EPOCH, an online database where friends Workforce, and Secondary materials; Booth # 315 & 414 and family can submit detailed obituaries as solutions for Adult Career Pathways and www.pride-enterprises.org tributes to their loved ones. Workforce Development programs. 866-528-2175 Manufacturers of media center furniture. We modify existing furniture and designPage 22 new items to meet your needs.