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Reference and Instruction Roundtable

Arts Reference at the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library at Yale University

11/8/2018
When: Thursday, November 8
From 10:00 AM until 12:30 PM
Where: Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library at Yale University
180 York Street
New Haven, Connecticut  06511
United States
Contact: Rachel Leff and Christie Mitchell
203-438-2282 x12004


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Arts Reference and Instruction

Join us as we discuss the arts in the library. Through presentations and discussion, we’ll cover arts librarianship, museum resources, open access images, engaging artists in the community, arts-related instruction at the library, and funding. We will also discuss resources, challenges, and best practices.

 

We’ll meet from 10:00 to 10:30 am for coffee and networking, then 10:30 am to 12:30 pm for presentations and discussion.

 

We are pleased to welcome these presenters:

Lindsay King
Associate Director for Access and Research Services, Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library, Yale University

 

Kraig Binkowski
Chief Librarian, Reference Library and Archives, Yale Center for British Art

 

Keri Thompson

Head, Digital Library Department, Smithsonian Libraries

 

Erinn Batykefer
Co-creator of the Library as Incubator Project and co-author of The Artist’s Library and a forthcoming ALA Edition on creativity in libraries

 

Laurie McGavin Bachmann

Arts Program Developer, Ridgefield Library

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

 

The museum is located at 190 York Street at Chapel St. Enter through the door next to Willoughby’s Coffee on York, between the Loria Center and Rudolph Hall, and proceed straight ahead to enter the library.

 

There’s some metered street parking on Chapel Street: https://parknewhaven.com/on-street-parking/. There are also several garages are a few blocks away: https://parknewhaven.com/find-parking/

 

The Reference and Instruction Roundtable is open to anyone interested in adult reference and/or instruction at public, academic, or special libraries.

 

Registration - Please register using the link above.

  

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