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Thursday, November 10
 

5:00pm

Early Check-In
Avoid the crowd and check in early for the conference.


Thursday November 10, 2016 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Grand Naniloa: Palm Room 93 Banyan Drive, Hilo, Hawaii, 96720
 
Friday, November 11
 

7:30am

Check-In & Refreshments
Check into the conference and enjoy morning refreshments.


Friday November 11, 2016 7:30am - 8:30am
Campus Center Dining Hall

8:30am

Opening Remarks
Remarks by the Hawaii Library Association President and Conference Chair.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Huffman

Brian Huffman

Electronic Services Librarian, William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
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Jean Thoulag

Access Services Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Jean Thoulag is an Access Services Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Previously, she lived in the Federated States of Micronesia and has extensive experience with the Pacific Islands Association of Libraries and Archives in library development across the Micronesian Region.



Friday November 11, 2016 8:30am - 8:40am
University Classroom Building: Room 100

8:40am

Keynote 1
Speakers
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Marshall Breeding

Creator & Editor, Library Technology Guides
Marshall Breeding is an independent consultant, speaker, and author. He is the creator and editor of Library Technology Guides and the libraries.org online directory of libraries on the Web. His monthly column Systems Librarian appears in Computers in Libraries; he is the Editor for Smart Libraries Newsletter published by the American Library Association, and has authored the annualLibrary Systems Report published by American Libraries since... Read More →




Friday November 11, 2016 8:40am - 9:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 100

9:30am

Networking Break
Catch up with colleagues and meet new ones over refreshments. You can also view the conference posters, visit exhibitors, and bid at the silent auction.


Friday November 11, 2016 9:30am - 10:10am
Campus Center Dining Hall

9:30am

Silent Auction & Exhibit Hall

Proceeds from the HLA Silent Auction support scholarships, the professional development of Hawai‘i librarians, and five student organizations associated with the UH Mānoa LIS program: the American Library Association student chapter, Nā Hawaiʻi ʻImi Loa, the Society of American Archivists student chapter, the Special Libraries Association student chapter, and Hui Dui.

Schedule and Instructions

Friday, November 11: Bidding opens at 9:30 AM and closes at 4:00 PM. Items will be displayed the entire time and bidding will resume the following day.

Saturday, November 12: Bidding re-opens at 9:30 AM and closes at 4:00 PM. Items will be available for pickup/payment at 5:00 PM. Bidders must be present at that time to claim their items; otherwise, the item will go to the next highest bidder.

Note: Payments must be made by cash or check. Bids should be in exact dollars (e.g., $30.00, not $29.99 or $30.50). Please bid in the increments noted on the bid sheets ($1, $5, or $10).


Exhibitors
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Innovative

Innovative
Innovative offers one of the broadest and most complete portfolios of library automation products on the market today.
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ExLibris

Ex Libris is a leading provider of automation solutions for academic, national, and research libraries
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Springer

Springer
Springer Nature is a leading global research, educational and professional publisher, home to an array of respected and trusted brands. Visit www.springernature.com and follow @SpringerNature.
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SirsiDynix

SirsiDynix
Together with libraries, we help communities thrive by connecting people with library resources that educate and inspire.
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Recorded Books

sales, Recorded Books
Recorded Books offers unabridged audiobooks, digital databases, language-learning programs, films, and other audio products for public and university libraries.
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Gale/A Cengage Company

For over 60 years, Gale partners with libraries around the world to empower the discovery of knowledge and insights by all people, for all purposes.
avatar for TLC - The Library Corporation

TLC - The Library Corporation

The Library Corporation serves the automation and cataloging needs of more than 4,500 libraries worldwide.
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Bess Press (Dimpna Figuracion)

School Accounts Representative, Bess Press
Bess Press is a family-owned, independent company that has produced educational and general interest titles on Hawai‘i and the Pacific for over 30 years. | We're offering "Free Shipping" on orders taken during the conference as well as an additional 25% library discount on all titles! | Please join us at the booth on Friday, Nov. 11th for a "Meet and Greet" with local author Tom Peek author of "Daughter's of Fire" --(Big Island). | Also... Read More →
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University of Hawai‘i Press (Steve Hirashima)

University of Hawaiʻ Press
One of the world’s leading book publishers on Asia, Hawai‘i, Pacific, and Asian American studies.
avatar for Bibliotheca (Mason Humphrey)

Bibliotheca (Mason Humphrey)

Bibliotheca
The global leader of self-service solutions for libraries.
avatar for YBP Library Services (Suzanne Kapusta)

YBP Library Services (Suzanne Kapusta)

Collection Development Mgr, GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
Provides solutions for acquisition, collection development and technical service needs of academic libraries and consortia.
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Britannica Digital Learning

Britannica Digital Learning develops online information resources and supplemental curriculum products for K-12 students.
avatar for DLSG at Image Access (Ian Minnerley)

DLSG at Image Access (Ian Minnerley)

DLSG at Image Access
Best value 21st Century hybrid-library digitization products: scan, copy, fax
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Sage Publishing

Senior Sales Manager, SAGE
SAGE aims to be the world’s leading independent academic and professional publisher.
avatar for EBSCO Information Services

EBSCO Information Services

EBSCO
EBSCO provides a discovery service, full-text and secondary databases, e-books, e-journals & e-packages, print subscriptions and related services for all types of libraries.
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Alexander Street

Alexander Street publishes curated, discipline-focused, primary-source collections, websites, and streaming media for learning and research.



Friday November 11, 2016 9:30am - 4:00pm
Campus Center Dining Hall

10:10am

(01) Small Resources, Big Impact: Maximizing Outreach and Collaboration
Limited Capacity seats available

The board of the Hawaiian-Pacific Chapter of the Special Libraries Association will share their efforts to collaborate with other organizations to extend their outreach into the community, increase public awareness of the critical role libraries play in communities, and sponsor events focused on professional development. From a video project that interviewed experts in the field to Community Libraries Day and career development events, learn what worked and what they would have done differently. Outreach is a huge issue for many organizations and institutions and this is an opportunity to talk story, exchange creative ideas and increase collaboration.

Speakers
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Charlene Arthur

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Charlene Arthur was born and raised in the Federated States of Micronesia (Pohnpei) where she went to school for most of her general education, ending at the College of Micronesia - National Campus. Charlene left Pohnpei to continue her education at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa where she received her undergraduate degree in English. She is currently a graduate student in the Library and Information Science Program at the University of... Read More →
avatar for Keikilani Meyer

Keikilani Meyer

Librarian, Chaminade University of Honolulu
Keikilani Meyer is an Academic Librarian at Chaminade University of Honolulu. Ms. Meyer is responsible for the Hawaiian-Pacific Collection. She is in her second year of the Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Communication and Information Sciences at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa . She is President of the Hawaiian-Pacific Chapter of the Special Libraries Association.
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Storm Stoker

Program Manager, Public Administration Program, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Storm Stoker is Secretary of the Special Library Association's Hawaiian-Pacific Chapter. She is currently Program Manager for the Public Administration Program at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She also has her own company that does research, genealogy and other services - East West Research (eastwesthi.com). She attended Rare Book School and the RBMS conference this summer on an IMLS fellowship and is presenting at the ATALM conference in... Read More →



Friday November 11, 2016 10:10am - 10:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 112

10:10am

(02) MARC: Serving As 'Library As Place'
Limited Capacity seats available

The Micronesian Area Research Center at the University of Guam is a premier center for social sciences and humanities research in the western Pacific and a major resource for materials related to Guam and Micronesia. The Collection constitutes one of the most extensive repositories of Guam and Micronesia library materials in the world. Because of this, MARC attracts students, researchers, and scholars from all over the world.

This presentation will highlight some of the resources and library materials in the MARC Collection. Also, it will show how MARC serves as a "Library As Place" during a time of change in the profession.

Speakers
avatar for Roland San Nicolas

Roland San Nicolas

Head of Reference Services and Information Literacy Instruction, University of Guam
Roland is an indigenous Chamorro librarian who was born and raised on the island of Guam. He earned an undergraduate degree in Allied Health Sciences (BS) from the University of Portland, Oregon and a graduate degree in Library and Information Sciences (MLIS) from the University of North Texas.  He taught in the Catholic school system on Guam for 20 years and served as a school administrator for six of those years. He is dedicated to teaching... Read More →




Friday November 11, 2016 10:10am - 10:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 111

10:10am

(03) Friction Make Fire, but Not Good for Patron
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you know where your patrons experience friction when using your library? Join this interactive session to talk about how you can identify and reduce friction points for your patrons, and create experiences that meet their evolving needs.

Speakers
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Stacey Aldrich

State Librarian, Hawaii State Public Library System
Stacey Aldrich brings more than 20 years of experience to the role of State Librarian of Hawaiʻi. Prior to Hawaiʻi, she served as State Librarian in Pennsylvania and California. Stacey has also worked in public and academic libraries. She was named one of Library Journal's Movers & Shakers in 2003.
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Jarrid Keller

Assistant Director - Infrastructure, Sacramento Public Library
Jarrid Keller is the Assistant Director - Infrastructure at the Sacramento Public Library and is responsible for IT, Marketing, and Collection Services. Prior to joining the Sacramento Public Library, Jarrid was Chief Information Officer and Acting Deputy State Librarian at the California State Library.




Friday November 11, 2016 10:10am - 11:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 115

10:10am

(04) What is Digital Pedagogy? Technology in the Library Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

How is technology changing library instruction? Learn about digital pedagogy in libraries and how technology can be used to engage social justice issues in the library classroom. Explore practical applications of digital tools from various disciplines and examine how they might fit into your practice. Consider the social and cultural implications of technologies for student learning. This will be an interactive session, encouraging participants to share their expertise in small group discussion. Participants from all types of libraries are encouraged to attend.

Speakers
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Sveta Stoytcheva

Humanities Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Sveta Stoytcheva is a Humanities Reference and Instruction Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library. She is the liaison librarian to English, Linguistics, Second Language Studies, and Literatures & Languages of Europe and the Americas. Her professional interests include critical information literacy instruction, digital humanities and digital pedagogy, and the politics of information.
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Myra Waddell

Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Myra Waddell is an Instruction and Research Support Librarian for Science and Technology at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library. She is the liaison librarian to the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, and the College of Engineering.




Friday November 11, 2016 10:10am - 11:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 114

10:40am

(05) What Fo' You Need Dakine Non-textual Context?
Limited Capacity seats available

Question: What do these questions have in common?

What is the justification for traveling to a Big Island conference? How can a one shot instruction session use disgust to gain currency? Why does the Most Inspiring Treasurer's Report cite Downton Abbey?

Answer: CONTEXT (from Latin contextus, ‘weaving together’) is the setting which can modify our view of an idea, phenomenon or statement.

Author supplied keywords: Boolean Library Tour, memory, textbooks, Pu`ukoholā/Pololū/Kiholo, immigrant honeybees, face to face, free association, Films on Demand AND peer-review.

Speakers
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Carol Hasegawa

Librarian, Honolulu Community College
Carol has been a Reference and Instruction​​ Librarian at Honolulu Community College since 2008.​ She is a member of the WebVoyage, Discovery, and Open Educational Resources library committees. Context: She traces her regard for frames of reference to her art history background.




Friday November 11, 2016 10:40am - 11:00am
University Classroom Building: Room 113

10:40am

(06) Are You Open Today? A Simple JavaScript Project
Limited Capacity seats available

One of the things that Ralph wanted for the library's website was a "today's hours" display that showed the library's operating hours based on the day of the week, but only if it could automatically show a "closed" message on holidays. Learn about the simple solution he came up with. Basic HTML knowledge is necessary for this presentation, as he'll be talking about tags and showing source code. A great project for someone who is just learning JavaScript.

Speakers
avatar for Ralph Toyama

Ralph Toyama

Systems Librarian, Leeward Community College
Ralph Toyama is the Systems Librarian at Leeward Community College. He has a BA in Biology and an MLIS from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. He has been designing web pages for many years.




Friday November 11, 2016 10:40am - 11:00am
University Classroom Building: Room 118

11:10am

(07) Making Public Libraries Future Proof with Data-Driven Collection Management
Limited Capacity seats available

The future of public libraries relies on their ability to anticipate demand and keep up with the evolving needs of patrons. To do so, public librarians must introduce methods that help to demonstrate a demand for new material before it is purchased, therefore increasing circulation and reducing time spent weeding "dead" items. This presentation will share statistics from research into the number of newly purchased library items across the U.S.A. that have never circulated. The discussion will move onto ways in which librarians can reduce this number by applying an evidence-based methodology, a selection decision support system, and data-driven analytics.

Speakers
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Scott Crawford

Vice President - General Manager, CollectionHQ
Scott Crawford has been working with public libraries for over 20 years. With focuses on collection development, acquisitions, technical services, and data analytics his experiences in these areas give him a unique perspective on library materials management. Scott is Vice President and General Manager of collectionHQ, a Follett company.



Friday November 11, 2016 11:10am - 11:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 112

11:10am

(08) Management of Ebooks: Acquisition, Cataloging and Access
Limited Capacity seats available

Ebooks bring a whole new world of opportunities to students and those who help them. Ebooks offer strengths and interest at a wide range of reading levels. At the same time, managing ebooks can impose increasing challenges for librarians. The presentation discusses issues in relation to acquisition, cataloging, and access of ebooks.

Speakers
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Jue Wang

Technical Services Librarian, Leeward Community College
Jue Wang is the Technical Services Librarian at Leeward Community College. Her job duties include reference, collection development, acquisition and cataloging of e-resources. She is the co-chair of the HLA Technical Services Special Interest Group.



Friday November 11, 2016 11:10am - 11:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 111

11:30am

Lunch
Buffet lunch catered by Sodexo.

Sponsors
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EBSCO Information Services

EBSCO
EBSCO provides a discovery service, full-text and secondary databases, e-books, e-journals & e-packages, print subscriptions and related services for all types of libraries.



Friday November 11, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Campus Center Dining Hall

12:30pm

(09) Best/Worst Comics & Manga for Adults
Limited Capacity seats available

Join an eclectic group of information professionals who share a love of graphic novels, comics, and manga. The discussion will include their favorite new releases, best continuing series, classic titles, and books you may want to avoid.

Speakers
avatar for Kelly Campbell

Kelly Campbell

Young Adult Librarian, Mililani Public Library
Who would have thought that a kid from Guam would become a librarian in Hawaiʻi ? It happened! Kelly is the Young Adult Librarian at Mililani Public Library on Oʻahu. Previously she worked at Hilo Public Library learning the ins and outs of Circulation. When not working at the library, Kelly likes to play video games, read manga, and try out different teas. She's still learning how to play First-Person Shooters.
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Hillary Chang

Branch Manager, Hawaii State Public Library System
When Hillary Chang joined the Kahala Schools Library Corps in the 5th grade, she didn't realize how well it would serve her future positions as a student worker, library assistant, librarian, and department head. She currently manages the McCully-Moiliili Public Library and is the graphic novel/animation specialist.
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Alphie Garcia

Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi – West O’ahu 
Since Alphie Garcia found himself with collection development duties at his library, his secret mission has been to slowly add quality graphic novels and convince faculty members to incorporate them into their classes. He is currently the Information Resources and Collection Management Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi – West O’ahu.
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Koa Luke

Cataloger/Assistant Archivist, ʻUluʻulu: The Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi
Koa Luke is a Kanaka ʻŌiwi archivist whose family is from Keawalauopuʻuloa. Koa is Assistant Archivist/Cataloger at ʻUluʻulu: The Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi. Koa's interests are archives, Hawaiian ‘ike (knowledge) and culture, and cataloging in a way that better reflects indigenous knowledge systems.




Friday November 11, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 114

12:30pm

(10) Enhancing Academic Library Relevance to Students and the Institution
Limited Capacity seats available

How does an academic library stay relevant? How does it defend its budget for technology and materials? How does it engage with its multiple constituencies (students, faculty, administrators)? How does the library support affordable learning initiatives? Institutional retention? Cost savings?  During the presentation, Ex Libris’ Leganto Powered by SIPX team will explore technology that will help answer these questions and explain how to enhance academic library relevance, regardless of institutional size, scope, budget and/or resources.

Speakers
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Tish Wagner

Ex Libris



Friday November 11, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 118

12:30pm

(11) Honoring Kalaupapa: How Librarians Can Connect Schools To Communities!
Limited Capacity seats available

‘Iolani School, in partnership with Ka ‘Ohana O Kalaupapa, embarked on a year-long collaborative project to learn about Hansen’s disease/leprosy, the social impact of isolation policies on families, and the resiliency of the patients to live full lives. This session will include curriculum models and resources from teachers in History, Performing and Visual Arts, English, and Digital Media. Come and hear the amazing stories of the patients and maybe you will find family like I did!

Speakers
avatar for Tennye Cabrera

Tennye Cabrera

Head Librarian, ʻIolani School
Tennye Cabrera has been an educator all of her professional life (classroom teacher, academic librarian) and is currently Head Librarian at ‘Iolani School, a private K-12 school in Honolulu.



Friday November 11, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 111

12:30pm

(12) Inspiring Community Change Through Programming
Limited Capacity seats available

Inspire your local community through programming! Susan will share a formula to involve more of your community through library programming for all ages. Share ideas and make plans to create or improve programming that is already in place at your library. No matter what your community's age and background, programming is a great way to support positive change.

Speakers
avatar for Susan Collins

Susan Collins

Children's and YA Librarian, Thelma Parker Memorial Public Library
Susan Collins is currently the Children's and YA Librarian at Thelma Parker Public Library in Waimea. She has worked both in the United States and internationally as a librarian. She became a librarian after creating a library in the Peace Corps. Susan holds an MA in International Education with a Bilingual Focus and an MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She believes that libraries are the last of the commons for our communities... Read More →




Friday November 11, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 112

12:30pm

(13) The Change Game: It’s All Good – Really!
Limited Capacity seats available

Sharing lessons learned during some of the most exciting, innovative, and tumultuous times of the profession! Leaders recognize that the library, as an institution, will always be about change; the constant that prevails over time is developing a culture that embraces creative thinking and the continuous improvement of services. There is no secret sauce in developing a truly outstanding library – the recipe lies in the ability to recognize the talents within your organization and capitalize on those skills and interests. Orchestrating change allows the director, as well as the staff, to lead, learn, and grow together in building truly outstanding organizations.

Speakers
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Patricia Cutright

Dean of Libraries, Central Washington University
Patricia Cutright has been active in library work from the state to international level, publishing in the areas of technology and library cooperation. She’s led academic libraries since 1993 in Washington, Oregon, and New York. Her teaching experience includes graduate-level courses in library administration and management and undergraduate information literacy.



Friday November 11, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 115

1:30pm

(14) Assessing Library Instruction for Military Students
Limited Capacity seats available

A team of librarians from Hawaii Pacific University (HPU) participated in the last cohort of the Association of College and Research Libraries initiative "Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success." The HPU team focused on assessing writing courses offered through the Military Campus Programs. The study assessed the impact of library instruction delivered in both face-to-face and hybrid courses at military bases by using varied methods. The lessons learned by participating in the project reflect the unexpected flow of assessment projects – from designing outcomes, selecting measurement tools, analyzing data, and implementing changes.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Torres

Elizabeth Torres

Librarian, Hawaiʻi Pacific University
Elizabeth Torres is a Librarian at Hawaiʻi Pacific University. She is the library liaison for the College of Health and Society. She previously worked as Reference & Instruction Librarian at the University of Texas at El Paso. Ms. Torres obtained her MLIS from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in 2009.




Friday November 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 111

1:30pm

(15) In the Thick of It: Working Together to Bring Change to Archives Collection Management at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Limited Capacity seats available

Change does not come easily in academic libraries. A group of archivists and librarians are working together to create change in archives collection management at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Panelists will discuss their ongoing work in the Archives Subcommittee of the Collection Development and Management Committee to standardize archives management and modernize archival description across library departments.

Speakers
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Rachael Bussert

Congressional Papers Archivist, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Rachael Bussert is the Congressional Papers Archivist at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library. She has previously held archivist positions at Michigan Technological University and Northern Michigan University.
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Asako Shiba

Archivist for University Records, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Asako Shiba is the Archivist for University Records at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library. Previously, she was the Metadata/Catalog Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and held multiple librarian positions in various settings in Hawaiʻi, Missouri, and Japan.



Friday November 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 114

1:30pm

(16) From Anthropology to Migration, Music to Video, Archives to Film Festivals: How Six New Alexander Street Projects Align with Hawaiʻi Libraries
Limited Capacity seats available

We’ll explain video acquisition models and help you understand the best match for your library—including PDA (Patron-Driven Acquisition, with tens of thousands of exclusive titles; and Academic Video Online Premium (AVON), with 56,000 films and growing, unlimited usage, and your choice of titles for perpetual ownership at no additional cost. We’ll show you new projects that “sing” to the needs and interests of Hawaiʻi students, patrons, and scholars—including Women and Social Movements in Modern Empires Since 1820 (including an examination of Hawaiʻi’s history); Music Online: Ethnographic Sound Archives; Ethnographic Video Online: Volume IV, Festivals and Archives; Border and Migration Studies Online; and others. Please join us!

Speakers
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Dawn Marie Devine

Western Region Sales Manager, Alexander Street
West Coast Gal with an East Coast Heart. Born and raised in LA, summers & holidays & wedding in Maine. We have chickens. Two houses, one an art project. Film buff, lit lover, foodie, budding green thumb. | I love my career at Alexander Street and I know we have the best platform for streaming video & audio & primary sources out there. | We set the bar for excellence. Why not come take a look at what's new?!



Friday November 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 113

1:30pm

(17) Polaris Leap and PowerPAC: The Future of Patron Interaction in Your Library
Limited Capacity seats available

Come see a brief demonstration of our new Mobile Patron Services Platform and Polaris PowerPAC to learn what’s possible for staff interaction with patrons and patron interaction with your library.

Speakers


Friday November 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 118

1:30pm

(18) The Hawaii Library Consortium: We Lava You!
Limited Capacity seats available

Come learn about the Hawaii Library Consortium! The purpose of the Hawaii Library Consortium (HLC) is to increase, enhance, and facilitate cooperation among libraries in the state of Hawaiʻi through consortial purchasing of resources, expanding access to resources, and encouraging effective partnerships between and among member libraries. The HLC membership consists of a range of schools and libraries from the Hawaii State Public Libraries, University of Hawaiʻi system libraries, private K-12 schools, to private academic institutions. In this session, we will give a brief history of HLC, outline our services, and discuss new subscriptions we have to offer. We will also save time to answer any questions you may have about the consortium itself.

Speakers
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Brian Bays

Librarian, Head of Collection Development, Edwin H. Mookini Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
Brian Bays is a Collection Development Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and Institutional Repository Coordinator for HOKU. He currently serves as Database Committee Chair for the Hawaii Library Consortium.
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Cari Ryan

Library Director, Pacific Rim Christian University
Cari Ryan is the Library Director at Pacific Rim Christian University and currently serves as President of the Hawaii Library Consortium.



Friday November 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 112

1:30pm

(19) Organizational Models For Open Education Resources in Higher Education Websites
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will discuss different strategies for making open access online resources available to students and faculty via an educational institution's website. Building on the general idea of open educational resources, the discussion will consider different management and access strategies that tie those resources to local educational goals, including the repository, the class-based reading lists, and topic-based pathfinders.

Speakers
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Brian Richardson

Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Chaminade University of Honolulu
Brian Richardson is a graduate from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and is currently the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Chaminade University. His fields of research include 18th century European exploration in the Pacific, European political philosophy, and information systems in higher education.




Friday November 11, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 115

2:30pm

Poster Session
Ten dynamic posters will be on display. Come interact with LIS professionals and students about their poster presentations over refreshments.

Student Posters
  • Data Mining in Digital Spaces
  • The Good, The Bad, The Green: How Sustainable Is Your Library?
  • Librarian-Wikipedian: How to Use Library Collections in Wikipedia Edit-a-thons
  • Using Linked Data to Enhance the User Experience

Professional Posters

  • Banned Books Week Virtual Read-Out
  • IS 297P: Information, Power, and the Internet: Addressing ACRL Information Literacy Framework Concepts through a 3-Credit Course
  • Restructuring an Open Access Journal for LIS Professionals: Process, People, and Plan

Speakers
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Charlene Arthur

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Charlene Arthur was born and raised in the Federated States of Micronesia (Pohnpei) where she went to school for most of her general education, ending at the College of Micronesia - National Campus. Charlene left Pohnpei to continue her education at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa where she received her undergraduate degree in English. She is currently a graduate student in the Library and Information Science Program at the University of... Read More →
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Chezlani Casar

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Chezlani Casar is a second-year LIS student who resides in North Hawai'i. She dreams of helping Hawai‘i's small-town libraries to become centers of civic engagement and social responsibility.
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Suzhen Chen

Chinese Language Cataloging/Metadata Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Suzhen Chen is a Chinese Language Cataloging and Metadata Librarian at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She earned her master's degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2009.
avatar for Mariko Kershaw

Mariko Kershaw

Technical Services Librarian, Windward Community College
Mariko Kershaw is a librarian at Windward Community College Library and is enthusiastic to share information and learn from others about library events. In addition to being the Technical Services Librarian, she also performs reference services and collection management of the arts and humanities.
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Joy Oehlers

Information Literacy Librarian, Kapiʻolani Community College
Joy Oehlers is the Information Literacy Librarian at Kapiʻolani Community College and she contributes to research and documentation instruction as well as reference and collection management. She received her MLIS from the University of Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand, in 1999.
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Allyson Ota

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Born and raised in Hawaiʻi, Allyson graduated with a BBA in MIS and worked in IT for 8 years before coming back to school to pursue a more community service–oriented profession. She is interested in academic libraries, special collections, and archives, and is on track to graduate in May 2017 with an MLISc and a certificate in Archival Studies.
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Keala Richard

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Keala Richard is a current MLIS student at UH Mānoa and archives project assistant at `Ulu`ulu Moving Image Archive at UH West Oahu. Her previous LIS experience includes a summer 2016 internship with the Smithsonian’s Freer Sackler Gallery Library and volunteer work with the Hawaiian Historical Society and Association of Hawai`i Archivists.
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Annie Thomas

Hawaiian Resource Specialist Librarian, Kapiʻolani Community College
Annie Keola Kaukahi Thomas is the Hawaiian Resources Librarian at Kapiʻolani Community College's Lama Library. Her responsibilities include managing the Hawaiʻi & Pacific Collection, providing library instruction for topics related to Hawaiʻi & the Pacific, and general reference service. She received her MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and a BA in History and French from Lewis & Clark College.
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Joyce Tokuda

Learning Resources Librarian, Kapiʻolani Community College
Joyce Tokuda is the Learning Resources Librarian at the Kapiʻolani Community College Library, where her primary areas of focus are instruction, reference, and collection management. She received her MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in 2009.




Friday November 11, 2016 2:30pm - 3:10pm
University Classroom Building: Room 127

3:20pm

(20) SocialFlow Media Management
Limited Capacity seats available

Join TLC’s John Burns to learn more about the SocialFlow Media Management Service, the leading platform for the distribution and optimization of content to social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Linkedin. SocialFlow can elevate the social media presence of any library, regardless of its automation system. The service is utilized by New York Public Library, Dallas Independent School District, Los Angeles Public Library, and more, as well as major corporations, including NBC, NPR, BBC News, The New York Times, AP News, and National Geographic. TLC is the exclusive distributor of SocialFlow to the library marketplace.


Friday November 11, 2016 3:20pm - 4:10pm
University Classroom Building: Room 118

3:20pm

(21) Hanohano ‘o O‘ahu: Exploring Its Geology and Mo‘olelo
Limited Capacity seats available

Discover the mo‘olelo and geologic features connected to specific wahi pana (famous places) in southeast O‘ahu. This project is designed to increase interest in reading through understanding and appreciating traditional Hawaiian literature. Students, teachers and communities are expanding their knowledge and understanding of the cultural significance of the land, people and customs of Hawai‘i through participation in huaka‘i (field trips) that are guided by an exploration booklet. Complementary curriculum materials and PowerPoint presentations developed for this project by Papahana Kuaola staff will be shown.

This project is funded by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Speakers
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Marian Leong

Educator, Papahana Kuaola
Marian Leong is a Lead Educator at Papahana Kuaola, a mālama ‘āina-based organization on O‘ahu. She holds a BA in Hawaiian Studies from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Marian has 32 years of experience in classroom and field trip teaching about Hawai‘i, and developing curricula for Hawaiian culture-based education and literacy programs.
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Penny Martin

Educator, Papahana Kuaola
Penny Martin is an Educator at Papahana Kuaola, a mālama ‘āina-based organization, and provides services on Moloka‘i and Lāna‘i. She attended Hastings College and the University of Hawai‘i. Penny has more than 22 years of experience teaching students, teachers, and families. She is active in community affairs and works closely with the Nature Conservancy of Hawai‘i, the Polynesian Voyaging Society, and other organizations providing... Read More →



Friday November 11, 2016 3:20pm - 4:10pm
University Classroom Building: Room 114

3:20pm

(22) Circulating Seeds: Why Your Library Needs a Seed Share and How to Make it Happen
Limited Capacity seats available

There is great need for increased local agriculture production in order to ensure food security in Hawai’i, and many libraries and organizations are heeding the call by hosting seed shares. A seed share is a station where patrons may give or take free seeds, as well as find information that will empower them to grow and harvest their own food. This presentation will cover why libraries need seed shares, how to start a free station, and how collaborating with sustainable partners plants the proverbial seeds that will provide tools and resources to patrons that can help strengthen food security.

Speakers
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Daniela Dutra-Elliott

Instructor, Leeward Community College
Dr. Daniela Dutra-Elliott teaches botany and horticulture at Leeward Community College. She earned an MS in Environmental Horticulture from the University of Florida and a PhD in Botany from University of Hawaiʻi.
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Natalie Wahl

Circulation Manager, Leeward Community College
Natalie Wahl manages circulation at Leeward Community College Library on O’ahu. She earned a BA in Anthropology from California State University, San Bernardino in 2009 and an MLIS from San Jose State University in 2014.




Friday November 11, 2016 3:20pm - 4:10pm
University Classroom Building: Room 111

3:20pm

(23) The Librarians’ Inquiry Forum: Researching Professional Praxis from the Front Lines
Limited Capacity seats available

The Librarians’ Inquiry Forum (LINQ) is an ongoing professional development project from the LIS Program at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, working in cooperation with the Hawai’i State Public Library System (HSPLS). LINQ offers Space & Place for public librarians to collaboratively juxtapose their own reading practices with patrons’ reading interests as a means of professional learning. This session will present anonymized data from 15 participating HSPLS librarians that introduces the better-best practices they’ve collectively identified and employed as a means of providing culturally and socially competent information services for Hawaiʻi’s public library users.

Speakers
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Vanessa Irvin

Assistant Professor, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Vanessa Irvin, MSLS, EdD, is an Assistant Professor with the Library and Information Science Program at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Dr. Irvin’s areas of teaching and research include: reference services, public libraries, youth services, and librarian professional development. She is principal investigator for The Librarians' Inquiry Forum (LINQ), a professional development platform for public librarians.
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Wiebke Reile

PhD Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Wiebke Reile is a doctoral student in the Communications and Information Sciences Program at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Her areas of research include public libraries and media literacy.



Friday November 11, 2016 3:20pm - 4:10pm
University Classroom Building: Room 115

3:20pm

(24) Changing Faces: The Journey to a New Leeward Community College Library Website
Limited Capacity seats available

In Spring 2015, the Leeward Community College Library embarked on a journey to redesign its fourth-generation website which originally launched in 2010. A multitude of factors sparked this quest: changing user needs/expectations, feedback from patrons, new online resources, emerging web design trends, and the opportunity to experiment with Drupal (the campus Content Management System) and LibGuides. Join us as we re-live this grueling, enlightening, and ultimately rewarding 20-month odyssey that culminated in our new fifth-generation website, which launched in August 2016. We will share lessons learned and show you how we built a website through determination, collaboration, and creativity.

Speakers
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Carina Chernisky

Public Services Specialist, Leeward Community College
Carina Chernisky is the Public Services Specialist at Leeward Community College. She has a BA in Communication from Lewis & Clark College and an MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
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Wayde Oshiro

Head Librarian, Leeward Community College
Wayde Oshiro is Head Librarian at Leeward Community College. He has a BA in History and an MLIS from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
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Ralph Toyama

Systems Librarian, Leeward Community College
Ralph Toyama is the Systems Librarian at Leeward Community College. He has a BA in Biology and an MLIS from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. He has been designing web pages for many years.




Friday November 11, 2016 3:20pm - 4:10pm
University Classroom Building: Room 112

5:30pm

Reception
The conference reception, which will be held in the exhibit hall and closed to the public, includes heavy pupus, a no-host bar, and access to the native gardens. A private showing of Asteroid: Mission Extreme will start at 6pm and runs for approximately 45 minutes.


Friday November 11, 2016 5:30pm - 8:00pm
‘Imiloa Astronomy Center 600 ‘Imiloa Pl., Hilo, HI 96720
 
Saturday, November 12
 

7:30am

Check-In & Refreshments
Check into the conference and enjoy morning refreshments.


Saturday November 12, 2016 7:30am - 8:30am
Campus Center Dining Hall

8:30am

Opening Remarks
Remarks by the Hawaii Library Association President and Conference Chair.

Speakers
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Brian Huffman

Electronic Services Librarian, William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
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Jean Thoulag

Access Services Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Jean Thoulag is an Access Services Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Previously, she lived in the Federated States of Micronesia and has extensive experience with the Pacific Islands Association of Libraries and Archives in library development across the Micronesian Region.



Saturday November 12, 2016 8:30am - 8:40am
University Classroom Building: Room 100

8:40am

Keynote 2
Speakers
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Pono Shim

President & CEO, Enterprise Honolulu, the O'ahu Economic Development Board
Pono serves as Chairman of the Hawaii Public Housing Authority Board of Directors and was one of five Living Organ Donors appointed to the Organ Procurement Transplant Network/United Network for Organ Sharing: Living Donor Committee where he works on national policies affecting Living Organ Donors. Other boards of directorships or tasks force include the Vice Chair of the Economic Development Alliance of Hawaii... Read More →




Saturday November 12, 2016 8:40am - 9:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 100

9:30am

Networking Break
Catch up with colleagues and meet new ones over refreshments. You can also view the conference posters, visit exhibitors, and bid at the silent auction.


Saturday November 12, 2016 9:30am - 10:10am
Campus Center Dining Hall

9:30am

Silent Auction & Exhibit Hall

Proceeds from the HLA Silent Auction support scholarships, the professional development of Hawai‘i librarians, and five student organizations associated with the UH Mānoa LIS program: the American Library Association student chapter, Nā Hawaiʻi ʻImi Loa, the Society of American Archivists student chapter, the Special Libraries Association student chapter, and Hui Dui.

Schedule and Instructions

Friday, November 11: Bidding opens at 9:30 AM and closes at 4:00 PM. Items will be displayed the entire time and bidding will resume the following day.

Saturday, November 12: Bidding re-opens at 9:30 AM and closes at 4:00 PM. Items will be available for pickup/payment at 5:00 PM. Bidders must be present at that time to claim their items; otherwise, the item will go to the next highest bidder.

Note: Payments must be made by cash or check. Bids should be in exact dollars (e.g., $30.00, not $29.99 or $30.50). Please bid in the increments noted on the bid sheets ($1, $5, or $10).


Exhibitors
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Innovative

Innovative
Innovative offers one of the broadest and most complete portfolios of library automation products on the market today.
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ExLibris

Ex Libris is a leading provider of automation solutions for academic, national, and research libraries
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Springer

Springer
Springer Nature is a leading global research, educational and professional publisher, home to an array of respected and trusted brands. Visit www.springernature.com and follow @SpringerNature.
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SirsiDynix

SirsiDynix
Together with libraries, we help communities thrive by connecting people with library resources that educate and inspire.
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Recorded Books

sales, Recorded Books
Recorded Books offers unabridged audiobooks, digital databases, language-learning programs, films, and other audio products for public and university libraries.
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Gale/A Cengage Company

For over 60 years, Gale partners with libraries around the world to empower the discovery of knowledge and insights by all people, for all purposes.
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TLC - The Library Corporation

The Library Corporation serves the automation and cataloging needs of more than 4,500 libraries worldwide.
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Bess Press (Dimpna Figuracion)

School Accounts Representative, Bess Press
Bess Press is a family-owned, independent company that has produced educational and general interest titles on Hawai‘i and the Pacific for over 30 years. | We're offering "Free Shipping" on orders taken during the conference as well as an additional 25% library discount on all titles! | Please join us at the booth on Friday, Nov. 11th for a "Meet and Greet" with local author Tom Peek author of "Daughter's of Fire" --(Big Island). | Also... Read More →
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University of Hawai‘i Press (Steve Hirashima)

University of Hawaiʻ Press
One of the world’s leading book publishers on Asia, Hawai‘i, Pacific, and Asian American studies.
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Bibliotheca (Mason Humphrey)

Bibliotheca
The global leader of self-service solutions for libraries.
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YBP Library Services (Suzanne Kapusta)

Collection Development Mgr, GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO
Provides solutions for acquisition, collection development and technical service needs of academic libraries and consortia.
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Britannica Digital Learning

Britannica Digital Learning develops online information resources and supplemental curriculum products for K-12 students.
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DLSG at Image Access (Ian Minnerley)

DLSG at Image Access
Best value 21st Century hybrid-library digitization products: scan, copy, fax
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Sage Publishing

Senior Sales Manager, SAGE
SAGE aims to be the world’s leading independent academic and professional publisher.
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EBSCO Information Services

EBSCO
EBSCO provides a discovery service, full-text and secondary databases, e-books, e-journals & e-packages, print subscriptions and related services for all types of libraries.
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Alexander Street

Alexander Street publishes curated, discipline-focused, primary-source collections, websites, and streaming media for learning and research.



Saturday November 12, 2016 9:30am - 4:00pm
Campus Center Dining Hall

10:10am

(25) Netflix Generation? How Today’s Undergraduates Watch Videos
Limited Capacity seats available

While it is widely guessed that the video watching behavior of undergraduates is changing, there have been very few, if any, recent studies that attempt to document how current undergraduates consume video content. This presentation details the results of a survey of Mānoa undergraduates in Spring 2016, and attempts to answer questions such as: How much do they watch video and in what formats? What percentage have access to various commercial video streaming services? How much do they use the library’s video resources? The answers to these questions could have a great effect on library collection development and future planning.

Speakers
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Peter Shirts

Music and Audiovisual Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Peter Shirts has worked at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa as the Music and Audiovisual Librarian for two years. He received a library degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a master's degree in Musicology from the University of Michigan, and a bachelor's degree in Music from Brigham Young University (Provo).



Saturday November 12, 2016 10:10am - 10:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 112

10:10am

(26) Examining the Roles of Academic Hawaiian & Pacific Collections Librarians in a Changing Landscape
Limited Capacity seats available

The role of Hawaiian & Pacific Collections Librarians spans beyond the subjects of those collections. In addition to being subject experts, Hawaiian & Pacific Collections Librarians are woven into their libraries and campuses in ways that are unique to their position, collections and patrons served. Join us, a group of Hawaiian & Pacific Collections Librarians from academic institutions across Hawaiʻi, as we 1) discuss the significant activities of our positions and the challenges and opportunities we face, 2) examine the value of our positions, and 3) advocate for increased institutionalization of Hawaiian & Pacific Collections Librarians.

Moderators
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Keahiahi Long

Librarian, Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Keahiahi is from Maunalua, Oʻahu and is the Librarian at the Laka me Lono Resource Center at the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She received her MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, where she also received bachelor's degrees in Hawaiian Language and Hawaiian Studies.

Speakers
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Mary Louise Haraguchi

Hawaiian Collection Librarian, Edwin H. Mookini Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
Mary Louise is the Hawaiian Collection Librarian and a Public Services Librarian at the Edwin H. Mookini Library, serving Hawaiʻi Community College and the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo. She received her MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and also has degrees in journalism, law and education.
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Keikilani Meyer

Librarian, Chaminade University of Honolulu
Keikilani Meyer is an Academic Librarian at Chaminade University of Honolulu. Ms. Meyer is responsible for the Hawaiian-Pacific Collection. She is in her second year of the Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Communication and Information Sciences at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa . She is President of the Hawaiian-Pacific Chapter of the Special Libraries Association.
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Kapena Shim

Hawaii Specialist Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Kapena is a Hawaiʻi Specialist Librarian in the Hawaiian Collection at Hamilton Library at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. He received an MLISc and a dual BA in Hawaiian Studies and Hawaiian Language from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
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Annie Thomas

Hawaiian Resource Specialist Librarian, Kapiʻolani Community College
Annie Keola Kaukahi Thomas is the Hawaiian Resources Librarian at Kapiʻolani Community College's Lama Library. Her responsibilities include managing the Hawaiʻi & Pacific Collection, providing library instruction for topics related to Hawaiʻi & the Pacific, and general reference service. She received her MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and a BA in History and French from Lewis & Clark College.



Saturday November 12, 2016 10:10am - 11:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 115

10:10am

(27) Prying the Doors Open: One Little Library and Its Influence on Life in the Peruvian Amazon
Limited Capacity seats available

Since 1999, a small library has remained a steadfast bastion of education and enrichment for families in the Peruvian Amazon. Over the years it has changed hands, fluctuated in size and services, and endured the challenges of survival in the jungle. Functioning as everything from literacy center to tribal oral history headquarters, it has always focused on providing the people with deeper education and experiences than there has ever been access to. I will share about the trials and realities of this unique center from first-hand experience and contributions of past and current directors and patrons.

Speakers
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Tisha Aragaki

Children's Section Head, Hawaii State Public Library System
Tisha Aragaki is a 2005 graduate of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library and Information Science Program and is the Children’s Section Head at the Hawaii State Library. She has been a regular supporter of the Amazon Library since first visiting in 2005.




Saturday November 12, 2016 10:10am - 11:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 111

10:10am

(28) No More Tears: Census Data
Limited Capacity seats available

Helping patrons find Census data can be intimidating. This hands-on session will provide you with an overview of Census data and you will gain confidence by practicing searching for and downloading commonly used demographic data using American FactFinder. Participants will develop an understanding of the differences between the Decennial Census and American Community Survey and when to use each data set. The peculiarities of Census geography in Hawaiʻi, local sources of demographic data, and limits to Census data will also be covered.

Speakers
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Angela Barr

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Angela is a third-year MLISc candidate at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She has been employed as a high school teacher, an American Red Cross instructor, and most recently, an elementary school librarian. Angela, her husband, and two sons reside in Kailua, Hawaiʻi.
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Gwen Sinclair

Head of Government Documents & Maps, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Gwen Sinclair has 17 years of experience as a government documents librarian and teaches the government information class in the UHM LIS Program.




Saturday November 12, 2016 10:10am - 11:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 105

10:40am

(29) Books, Battles, and Buzzers: How Friendly Competition Fuels Motivation
Limited Capacity seats available

Kahuku is known for sports and large supportive families. Understanding the inherent strengths of the community, the Kahuku Public and School Library harnessed the importance of friendly competition and parental participation to create Battle of the Books, an after-school, extra-curricular program for 1st-6th graders to make reading social. Similar to a quiz game show where teams of students compete for prizes to answer the most questions correctly about books from pre-selected reading lists, it is the only multi-school, face-to-face reading competition in Hawaiʻi for elementary school students. Learn about the obstacles, workarounds, outcomes and future plans for this program.

Speakers
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Tamara King

Librarian, Kahuku Public and School Library
Tamara King is a Librarian at Kahuku Public and School Library. Previously, she managed two libraries in Kalihi's public housing and drove the bookmobile on the Leeward side of Oʻahu for the charity Hawaii Literacy. She is the secretary for Delta Kappa Gamma-Epsilon and a member of the Nene Children’s Book Award Committee.




Saturday November 12, 2016 10:40am - 11:00am
University Classroom Building: Room 112

11:10am

(30) Building Community Through Conversation: Best Bets for Book Groups
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you interested in building community through the shared experiences of reading and stimulating conversation? Are you eager to connect your adult readers with contemporary and diverse voices? Come hear about an inspired selection of great group reads, including recommended recent releases, as well as Asian Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA), Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA), and Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) award-winning titles that you may have missed.

Speakers
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Miriam Tuliao

Assistant Director, Selection, BookOps, Brooklyn & New York Public Libraries
Miriam Tuliao is the Assistant Director of Selection at BookOps, the shared technical services organization of the Brooklyn Public Library and New York Public Library. An adjunct instructor at Rutgers University and the City University of New York, Ms. Tuliao is an active member of the Asian Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA) and American Library Association's Reference Services User Association Collection Development and... Read More →




Saturday November 12, 2016 11:10am - 11:30am
University Classroom Building: Room 112

11:30am

Lunch
Boxed lunch.


Saturday November 12, 2016 11:30am - 12:30pm
Campus Center Dining Hall

12:00pm

HLA General Membership Meeting
HLA will conduct its annual business meeting. There are plans to vote on an amendment to the bylaws, so please attend and participate (must be an HLA member to vote). Come and meet your officers and board members.

Speakers
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Brian Huffman

Electronic Services Librarian, William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa



Saturday November 12, 2016 12:00pm - 12:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 100

12:30pm

(31) Why Is This Book so $&%# Expensive? Academic Publishing Basics for Librarians
Limited Capacity seats available

In recent years, many university presses and academic libraries have merged and weathered major changes in higher education together. Despite this alignment, presses and libraries often remain at odds over issues of cost and access. How can we bridge the gap and better support research and teaching? This session will address actual concerns from librarians and lay a foundation for more effective negotiation and collaboration. Questions to be addressed include: How much does it really cost to publish a monograph? Why are some publishers resistant to mandated institutional repository deposits? Can libraries disrupt the system by becoming publishers themselves?

Speakers
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Katherine Fisher

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Katherine Fisher has worked in various capacities at three university presses. She holds a PhD in English and is currently working toward an MLIS.



Saturday November 12, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 115

12:30pm

(32) Rethinking Discovery: Searching, Exploring & Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Library Discovery systems are a gateway to knowledge. Users interact with them not only to “search and find” in the traditional sense, but also to explore, discovering content serendipitously and learning more about their chosen topic in the process. Tailored to your local user community, discovery systems shape the user experience and the virtual engagement with them.

Speakers
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Brent Cook

Director, Product Management, Discovery, Ex Libris
I am a Director of Product Management for discovery services for Ex Libris. I am primarily responsible for the Summon discovery services, and I also work with and on all discovery products and services for Ex Libris.




Saturday November 12, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 118

12:30pm

(33) Local Literature
Limited Capacity seats available

What happens when children start to see characters they recognize and places that look familiar in books they enjoy? They start to believe that they have the power to write, too. We'll look at some of the Hawaiʻi stories that readers treasure.

Speakers
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Lee Cataluna

Author, Bess Press
Lee Cataluna is a Hawaiʻi playwright and author. Her latest work is "Ordinary ʻOhana" illustrated by Cheyne Gallarde, published by Bess Press.



Saturday November 12, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 114

12:30pm

(34) ALA Transform Campaign
Limited Capacity seats available

The American Library Association’s Libraries Transform public awareness and advocacy campaign effectively conveys the transformative nature of today’s libraries and the critical role they play in the digital age. Since its rollout in 2015, more than 3,600 libraries and supporters joining the effort. Jeff Julian, director of the ALA’s public awareness office, will help attendees incorporate Libraries Transform messaging into their regular communication channels and leverage the campaign in advocacy activities, such as legislative day. Other topics will include:
· Using the toolkit materials
· Customizing key messages
· Incorporating the campaign with your current brand

Speakers
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Jeff Julian

Director of the Public Awareness Office, American Library Association
Jeff Julian is Director of the Public Awareness Office for the American Library Association, which oversees the Libraries Transform public awareness and advocacy campaign, media relations, and crisis communications. Julian previously served as Executive Director of Communications at Elgin Community College in Illinois.



Saturday November 12, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
Edwin H. Mookini Library: Room 344

12:30pm

(35) Nā Hawaiʻi ʻImi Loa: Navigating Hawaiian Librarianship
Limited Capacity seats available

Since traditional times, Hawaiian people have been caretakers and practitioners of information, using systems and protocols that are based in a Hawaiian worldview. Applications of those systems and protocols are seen in mele, moʻokūʻauhau, hoʻokele, mahiʻai, hula, and countless other practices. Today, Nā Hawaiʻi ʻImi Loa, a newly-formed professional organization, is striving to advance such systems and protocols as well as services and research of Hawaiian knowledge in the Library and Information Science profession. Join us as members of the NHIL ʻAha discuss NHIL's history, present state, and future objectives.

Speakers
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Keahiahi Long

Librarian, Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Keahiahi is from Maunalua, Oʻahu and is the Librarian at the Laka me Lono Resource Center at the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She received her MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, where she also received bachelor's degrees in Hawaiian Language and Hawaiian Studies.
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Shavonn Matsuda

Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi Maui College
Shavonn is from Hāna, Maui. She is a Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College. Prior to this, Shavonn was the Reference Archivist at ʻUluʻulu Archive. Shavonn holds an MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Her thesis is titled "Toward a Hawaiian Knowledge Organization System: A Survey on Access to Hawaiian Knowledge in Libraries and Archives."
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Keikilani Meyer

Librarian, Chaminade University of Honolulu
Keikilani Meyer is an Academic Librarian at Chaminade University of Honolulu. Ms. Meyer is responsible for the Hawaiian-Pacific Collection. She is in her second year of the Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Communication and Information Sciences at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa . She is President of the Hawaiian-Pacific Chapter of the Special Libraries Association.
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Annemarie Paikai

Librarian, Hawaii State Public Library System
Annemarie is an Indexing Librarian at the Hawaii State Library's Hawaiʻi and Pacific Collection. She previously worked with archival collections for the National Park Service and the Hula Preservation Society. Annemarie holds a bachelor’s degree in Hawaiian Studies from University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and an MLISc from University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
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Kapena Shim

Hawaii Specialist Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Kapena is a Hawaiʻi Specialist Librarian in the Hawaiian Collection at Hamilton Library at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. He received an MLISc and a dual BA in Hawaiian Studies and Hawaiian Language from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.




Saturday November 12, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 112

12:30pm

(36) Reaching for the Stars: The Challenges of Developing HOKU, an Institutional Repository for the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
Limited Capacity seats available

University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo librarians will share the challenges of establishing an online campus institutional repository, HOKU: The Hilo Online Knowledge Universe. Topics covered will include roles and responsibilities, policies and agreements, pilot collections, and outreach activities.

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Brian Bays

Librarian, Head of Collection Development, Edwin H. Mookini Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
Brian Bays is a Collection Development Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and Institutional Repository Coordinator for HOKU. He currently serves as Database Committee Chair for the Hawaii Library Consortium.
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Amy Saxton

Librarian, Distance Learning, Edwin H. Mookini Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
Amy Saxton is the Distance Learning Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, providing public services and distance learning support.
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Kathleen Stacey

Head, Collection Management, Edwin H. Mookini Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
Kathleen Stacey is Head of Collection Management at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, providing technical and public services.



Saturday November 12, 2016 12:30pm - 1:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 113

1:30pm

(37) Building Communities of Readers Using LibraryReads 'Staff Picks'
Limited Capacity seats available

Many of the smartest and most passionate readers work in public libraries. Every day, staff across Hawaiʻi share the books they love with patrons. Now, they can reach beyond the library walls and local communities and tell the rest of the country about the books they can’t wait to share. Launched in Fall 2013, LibraryReads harnesses the value of “library staff picks” into a single nation-wide discovery tool. Attendees will find out how LibraryReads enhances readers’ advisory services and provides staff with professional development and marketing opportunities. The nuts and bolts of obtaining ARCs (advance reading copies) and the nomination process will also be covered.

Speakers
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Miriam Tuliao

Assistant Director, Selection, BookOps, Brooklyn & New York Public Libraries
Miriam Tuliao is the Assistant Director of Selection at BookOps, the shared technical services organization of the Brooklyn Public Library and New York Public Library. An adjunct instructor at Rutgers University and the City University of New York, Ms. Tuliao is an active member of the Asian Pacific American Librarians Association (APALA) and American Library Association's Reference Services User Association Collection Development and... Read More →




Saturday November 12, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 111

1:30pm

(38) Gale Researcher
Limited Capacity seats available

Overview of Gale Researcher: a curriculum aligned library research collection based on the scope and sequence of introductory college courses, providing students with an easier way to find trusted, citable sources. Gale Researcher opens up new avenues to exploring and understanding the most studied topics by way of visually engaging pages filled with unique scholarly content, images, and videos!

Speakers
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Kimberley Poelman

Sales Director - WEST, Gale
* MLIS program at UH- Mano'a | * 3D Interactive Human Anatomy & Chemistry for Higher Ed | * Student retention improvement tools for University | * Fostering communication between Faculty and Library | * Information Literacy skill building | * Humanities & Social Sciences primary sources for Higher Ed




Saturday November 12, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 118

1:30pm

(39) What's So Radical About Librarianship? Social Justice in the Information Professions
Limited Capacity seats available

The first task of a radical librarian is to ask themselves two questions about their work: “Who benefits?” and “Whose perspectives and voices are being represented?” Asking these questions prompts us to confront the ways in which our work is embedded in systems of oppression and to attempt to remedy these inequities. This panel will explore how information work intersects with social justice in various contexts, including cataloging, information literacy instruction, reference, and archival description. Participants will be encouraged to contribute to the discussion and will be provided with resources for further reading and engagement.

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Koa Luke

Cataloger/Assistant Archivist, ʻUluʻulu: The Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi
Koa Luke is a Kanaka ʻŌiwi archivist whose family is from Keawalauopuʻuloa. Koa is Assistant Archivist/Cataloger at ʻUluʻulu: The Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi. Koa's interests are archives, Hawaiian ‘ike (knowledge) and culture, and cataloging in a way that better reflects indigenous knowledge systems.
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D. Kealii MacKenzie

Substitute librarian, HSPLS, Hawaii State Public Library System
D. Keali‘i MacKenzie is a Kanaka ‘Ōiwi public librarian with family links to New England, Kailua, O‘ahu, and Hana, Maui. A poet-facilitator with Pacific Tongues, he also has an MA in Pacific Islands Studies. His interests include Indigenous librarianship, queer libraries/archives, arts in libraries, and Pacific literature.
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Sveta Stoytcheva

Humanities Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Sveta Stoytcheva is a Humanities Reference and Instruction Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Hamilton Library. She is the liaison librarian to English, Linguistics, Second Language Studies, and Literatures & Languages of Europe and the Americas. Her professional interests include critical information literacy instruction, digital humanities and digital pedagogy, and the politics of information.




Saturday November 12, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 115

1:30pm

(40) Check Us Out! New Services at our Libraries
Limited Capacity seats available

Join our panel as we discuss our experience with a bunch of new services and furniture we have recently started using (Scannex scanner, INK Kiosk, Steelcase MediaScape and KI MyWay furniture, mobile printing with Pharos, mobile charging stations, and more!)

Speakers
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Becky DeMartini

Head of Instructional Services, Brigham Young University - Hawaii
Becky DeMartini is the Head of Instructional Services at Brigham Young University - Hawaii and enjoys helping students with research and working to maintain access to the vast amount of electronic resources available through the Smith Library.
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Zoia Falevai

Reference Librarian, Brigham Young University - Hawaii
Zoia Falevai is a Reference Librarian at Brigham Young University - Hawaii. She specializes in Hawaii and Pacific Studies and is currently getting a Master in Instructional Design to help further her passion for instruction in libraries.
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Justin Marshall

Systems Librarian, Brigham Young University - Hawaii
Justin Marshall came from the IT world to the library world in August 2015 to become the Brigham Young University - Hawaii Smith Library’s Systems Librarian.
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Wayde Oshiro

Head Librarian, Leeward Community College
Wayde Oshiro is Head Librarian at Leeward Community College. He has a BA in History and an MLIS from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.



Saturday November 12, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 114

1:30pm

(41) Flipped Classrooms and Amazing Race Outdoor Library Workshops
Limited Capacity seats available

This presentation will cover one-shot instruction sessions. These include a flipped classroom approach using professionally developed videos that required acquiring funding, creating an animated character, storyboarding and finding the perfect narrator. I will also discuss teaching outdoors using mobile devices; incorporating Special Collections into my classes and creating an Amazing Race based on the television show, but using books with profanity in the titles. In the past, I have taught dressed in a full pirate costume as well as in the virtual world of Second Life. I’m happy to answer questions about any of my unconventional sessions.

Speakers
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Felicia Smith

Head of Learning and Outreach, Stanford University
Felicia A. Smith is Head of Learning & Outreach at the Stanford University Libraries. She was a Criminal Defense Private Investigator in Chicago, Illinois specializing in homicide and narcotics and carrying her .357 Magnum revolver. She has published a book and several scholarly articles, all illustrating her flare for dramatic instruction!




Saturday November 12, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 112

1:30pm

(42) What Is Happening - HLA Technical Services Special Interest Group Round Table
Limited Capacity seats available

This is a technical services special interest group round table session. The round table discussion is on topics such as acquisition of e-resources; acquisition models, usage analysis in evaluation of databases; RDA cataloging; linked data; ebook management; use of MARCEdit and other tools; workflow change in technical services to meet new challenges; demystifying FAST; assisting OER initiatives; preservation issues. The discussion will be informal but questions on topics will be distributed to attendees.

Speakers
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Mariko Kershaw

Technical Services Librarian, Windward Community College
Mariko Kershaw is a librarian at Windward Community College Library and is enthusiastic to share information and learn from others about library events. In addition to being the Technical Services Librarian, she also performs reference services and collection management of the arts and humanities.
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Jue Wang

Technical Services Librarian, Leeward Community College
Jue Wang is the Technical Services Librarian at Leeward Community College. Her job duties include reference, collection development, acquisition and cataloging of e-resources. She is the co-chair of the HLA Technical Services Special Interest Group.



Saturday November 12, 2016 1:30pm - 2:20pm
University Classroom Building: Room 113

2:20pm

Networking Break
Catch up with colleagues and meet new ones over refreshments. You can also view the conference posters, visit exhibitors, and bid at the silent auction.


Saturday November 12, 2016 2:20pm - 3:00pm
Campus Center Dining Hall

3:00pm

(43) EBSCO & The Future of Libraries
Limited Capacity seats available

The Future of Libraries is Open. Learn how EBSCO is continuing its partnership with libraries through open source initiatives such as FOLIO, as well as the continued development of tools to reinforce libraries’ relevancy in today’s “Google World” through discovery.

Additionally, learn about what EBSCO is doing to help your library in the area of student preparedness and student success. Plus, is your library catching the eBook wave?

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Saturday November 12, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
University Classroom Building: Room 118

3:00pm

(44) Mālama Nā Makua I Nā Keiki Me ka Hānō: Native Hawaiian Parents Caring for their Children with Asthma
Limited Capacity seats available

State-wide research was conducted to learn about contemporary Native Hawaiian parents’ perspectives and experiences caring for their children with asthma. Data collection through focus groups brought together rich personal stories that reaffirmed the importance of being sensitive to the worldview, culture, and cultural values of indigenous people when providing health care. Pertinent recommendations offered by parents included a website with easy to understand information about asthma, glossary of medical terms in lay language, natural remedies, and having a “talk story” format to share information among parents. Come and learn how Kealoha Publishing promotes health literacy among Native Hawaiian parents.

Speakers
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May Kealoha

Nursing Faculty, Kapiʻolani Community College
May Kealoha is a registered nurse with graduate degrees in public health (MPH) and nursing (MS and PhD) from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She is a nursing faculty member at Kapiʻolani Community College and is committed to helping Native Hawaiian parents care for their children with asthma and other health concerns.




Saturday November 12, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
University Classroom Building: Room 113

3:00pm

(45) The Birth of Cool: How Kahuku Public and School Library is Leading the Way For Makerspaces and STEAM Programming in the Hawaii State Public Library System
Limited Capacity seats available

Makerspaces are ubiquitous in libraries throughout the continental U.S. and are popping up in both school and academic libraries in Hawaiʻi. The Kahuku Public and School Library is in the midst of creating a pilot Makerspace for the Hawaii State Public Library System. Hear about our journey into unknown territory as we begin to change the identity of our small, rural library into a thriving, co-laboratory to meet the needs of our community. We'll share how this project began and its process, how we are developing partnerships, avoiding potential pitfalls, and promoting our new resources and services to our patrons.

Speakers
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Lea Domingo

Librarian, Kahuku Public and School Library
Lea Domingo is Branch Manager at Kahuku Public and School Library. Before joining HSPLS, she worked for four years at Hamilton Library and served two years as the HLA Board’s Treasurer. Lea enjoys promoting library services through outreach, providing fun educational programming, and working with staff to create innovative services.
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Tamara King

Librarian, Kahuku Public and School Library
Tamara King is a Librarian at Kahuku Public and School Library. Previously, she managed two libraries in Kalihi's public housing and drove the bookmobile on the Leeward side of Oʻahu for the charity Hawaii Literacy. She is the secretary for Delta Kappa Gamma-Epsilon and a member of the Nene Children’s Book Award Committee.




Saturday November 12, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
University Classroom Building: Room 115

3:00pm

(46) Edwin H. Mookini Library Tour
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us on a guided walk through the Mookini Library while we discuss how the library has changed over time to meet the evolving needs of our patrons and to support new technology, learning paradigms, and innovations in the way that we access and use information to learn and create. We will tour the library’s spacious collections and public areas and take a peek “behind the scenes” while exploring some of the challenges the physical library faces and how we are working to create an environment that reflects our unique Big Island setting and inspires our learners and teachers.

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Thora Abraca

Librarian, Head of Public Services, Edwin H. Mookini Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
Thora Abarca began working in the Mookini Library as a student assistant in 1981 (the year the new library opened) and has seen many changes in the library, from the card catalog to the Internet. She is Head of Public Services and Chair of the Library Environment Committee.
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Lari-Anne Au

Librarian, Public Services, Edwin H. Mookini Library, University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
Lari-Anne Au is a Public Services Librarian at the Edwin H. Mookini Library. As part of her duties, she helps to coordinate the library instruction program, which serves students of University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and Hawaiʻi Community College.



Saturday November 12, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Edwin H. Mookini Library

3:00pm

(47) Creating Change Through Collaboration: Development of Libraries in Micronesia
Limited Capacity seats available

In the geographically remote areas of Micronesia, the Pacific Islands Association of Libraries and Archives Libraries (PIALA) represents libraries and archives from the five "freely associated states" – Marshall Islands; Palau; FSM-Chuuk, Kosrae, Pohnpei, Yap; Northern Marianas Islands; Guam. Learn how PIALA, IMLS, PREL, the University of North Texas, University of Hawaiʻi, and local efforts are creating change. Gather some ideas on how your library can lend a helping hand while learning about some of the region's unique information resources.

Speakers
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Roland San Nicolas

Head of Reference Services and Information Literacy Instruction, University of Guam
Roland is an indigenous Chamorro librarian who was born and raised on the island of Guam. He earned an undergraduate degree in Allied Health Sciences (BS) from the University of Portland, Oregon and a graduate degree in Library and Information Sciences (MLIS) from the University of North Texas.  He taught in the Catholic school system on Guam for 20 years and served as a school administrator for six of those years. He is dedicated to teaching... Read More →
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Jean Thoulag

Access Services Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Jean Thoulag is an Access Services Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Previously, she lived in the Federated States of Micronesia and has extensive experience with the Pacific Islands Association of Libraries and Archives in library development across the Micronesian Region.




Saturday November 12, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
University Classroom Building: Room 112

3:00pm

(48) Portfolios, Core Courses and SLOs: Transforming the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s LIS Curriculum
Limited Capacity seats available

Noriko Asato, Gailyn Bopp, Kīnaʻu McKeague, & Michiko Joseph

Upon the successful ALA accreditation renewal last year, the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library and Information Science Program decided to conduct a major overhaul of its curriculum, Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs), and capstone requirements. This panel consists of LIS Program Curriculum Committee members, who led a year of research, analysis, and faculty discussion. The panel will present the process, philosophy behind the changes, outcomes, and ongoing discussions. We believe that the LIS curriculum should reflect current practice and needs of professionals to better prepare students for the workplace. We welcome feedback from the professional community to shape our teaching and learning.

Speakers
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Noriko Asato

Associate Professor, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Noriko Asato is an Associate Professor in the Library & Information Science Program at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. She teaches Asian Studies Librarianship and coordinates the LIS Internship Program. She has an MLISc from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, a PhD from Purdue University, and graduate degrees in Asian Studies and Education from the University of Wisconsin.
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Gailyn Bopp

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Gailyn Bopp is an LIS student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, with undergraduate degrees in Information Systems and Theatre, Fine Arts. She serves as president of the Society of American Archivists Student Chapter at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and currently works as a Reference Assistant at Brigham Young University - Hawaii's Smith Library.
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Michiko Joseph

Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi – West O’ahu 
Michiko Joseph is the Access Services Manager at the University of Hawaiʻi West Oʻahu Library. She has an MLIS from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and an undergraduate degree in Social Science from the University of Hawaiʻi West Oʻahu.
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Kīnaʻu McKeague

MLISc Student, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Kīnaʻu McKeague is an LIS student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa with an undergraduate degree from Hawaiʻinuiākea in Hawaiian Studies. He serves as Vice-President of the Society of American Archivists Student Chapter at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.




Saturday November 12, 2016 3:00pm - 3:50pm
University Classroom Building: Room 114

4:00pm

Keynote 3
Speakers
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Dr. Pualani Kanakaʻole-Kanahele

President (Retired), Edith Kanaka‘ole Foundation
Dr. Pualani Kanakaʻole-Kanahele retired from the University of Hawaiʻi and the Community College System in 2013 with forty years of service. Kumu Pualani Kanakaʻole-Kanahele retired as Kumu Hula or Dance Teacher of the Hawaiian traditional dance in 2011, she has been involved with hula since infancy. Aunty Pua has passed on her responsibility as President of the | Edith Kanakaʻole Foundation (EKF) in 2012 with twenty four years of... Read More →



Saturday November 12, 2016 4:00pm - 4:50pm
University Classroom Building: Room 100

4:50pm

Closing Remarks
Remarks by the Hawaii Library Association Conference Chair.

Speakers
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Jean Thoulag

Access Services Librarian, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Jean Thoulag is an Access Services Librarian at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Previously, she lived in the Federated States of Micronesia and has extensive experience with the Pacific Islands Association of Libraries and Archives in library development across the Micronesian Region.



Saturday November 12, 2016 4:50pm - 5:00pm
University Classroom Building: Room 100