Description

25 Sep

Design impacts everything we do.  What does this mean for libraries?  Design comes into play as we craft our collections, create instruction programs, construct user-centered websites, renovate buildings, and redesign our policies.  It mediates our information-seeking behavior, connects us with both students and faculty, and influences our interactions with our physical environment.  This year’s symposium looks at design in academic libraries from four very different perspectives.  Come join the conversation.

Committee members

24 Sep

Symposium Committee Members:

Carrie Marten (Chair)
SUNY Purchase

Susanne Markgren, ACRL/NY president
SUNY Purchase

Eloise Bellard
Adelphi University

Jay Bernstein
Kingsborough Community College

Barbara Bonous-Smit
Queensborough Community College

Dianne Gordon Conyers
LaGuardia Community College

Fiona Grady
Stony Brook University

Katrina Frazier
Nassau Community College

Caroline Fuchs
St. John’s University

Michael Handis
CUNY Graduate Center

Rosanne Humes
Nassau Community College

Irina Kandarasheva
Columbia University Libraries

Edward Keane
Long Island University

Patricia Keogh
Long Island University

Anne Leonard
The New York City College of Technology

Sandra Marcus
Queensborough Community College

Gloria Meisel
Westchester Community College

Anice Mills
Columbia University Libraries

Mark Aaron Polger
College of Staten Island

Sarah Pomerantz
Adelphi University

Werner Sbaschnik
SUNY College at Old Westbury

Kathryn Shaughnessy
St. John’s University

Marsha Spiegelman
Nassau Community College

Sarah VanGundy

Carrie Netzer Wajda

Shelly Warwick
Touro College

Maureen Weicher
St. John’s University

Susan Werner
Stony Brook University

Bellinda Wise
Nassau Community College

Kris Wycisk
Mercy College

Site Design

1 Jul

Site Design by Susanne Markgren, Carrie Netzer Wajda and Irina Kandarasheva.

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