Conference Tags

Consult the conference tags below to stimulate your thinking and position your proposal within the conference theme.  The tags will serve to create our own conference map and guide attendees to themes of interest and inspiration.

Tags have been divided into Primary and Secondary/Tertiary lists.  Authors can select up to three total tags but must select one tag only from the Primary list and up to two tags from the Secondary/Tertiary list.  Selection of the Primary tag should strongly reflect the broad topic of your proposal as that is the tag that is used as the primary subject for scheduling sessions and that appear together in the color-coded brief schedule that everyone receives when they register.

The additional two tags from the Secondary/Tertiary list are meant to help identify the specifics of your proposal so additional relationships or themes that can be identified.  This helps attendees when trying to find papers particular to one’s needs and interests.

Primary Tags

Access services
Administration, management, and leadership
Assessment
Collections
Outreach
Professional/staff development
Reference
Scholarly communication
Special collections/archives
Teaching and learning
Technical services
Technology and tools

Secondary/tertiary tags

Access
Advocacy
Campus-wide initiatives
Campus outreach/engagement
Collaboration
Community/civic engagement
Data curation/management
Data services
Digital collections
Digital humanities
Distance/online learning
Diversity
E-books
Electronic resources
First-year experience
Fiscal planning
Fundraising/development
Information literacy
Instructional design
Intellectual freedom
Intellectual property and copyright
LIS education
Marketing
Mentoring
Metadata and cataloging
Mobile technologies
Open educational resources
Organizational change
Public policy/government relations
Research Lifecycle
Space/buildings
Student success
Technological innovation
Trends and forecasting
Type of library (university, community college, college, special)
User experience
Value/impact