Fall Conference

Tenn-Share Fall Conference 

SCHEDULE                                  Program Descriptions

The 2014 Fall Conference will be held on Friday, September 26.  Tenn-Share hosts a Fall Conference every year, focusing on resource-sharing opportunities for all types of libraries.  Please complete the call for proposals below if  you would like to present.

Registration is closed (contact Tenn-Share if you have questions)

(not sure if you've already registered?  Check the registrant list!)

Registration refund policy

Keynote speaker

Dr. Joni Blake, Executive Director of the Greater Western Library Alliance, will be talking about the Occam’s Reader Project.

Tenn-Share thanks the 2014 Fall Conference sponsors

EBSCO

Ingram Content Group

 

Registration Cancellations and Refunds

Registrations are transferable.  If no one can come in your place, upon request, Tenn-Share will refund your registration fee at 100% if the cancellation is more than 30 days before the event.  For attendees who cancel within 30 days of the event and request refunds, Tenn-Share retains $10 from the fees paid for administrative expenses.  If you prefer to transfer your registration, please contact Tenn-Share.

Highlights from previous Fall Conferences

The 2013 Fall Conference was held on Friday, September 20th, at the Nashville Public Library Conference Center.  The theme of the 2013 Tenn-Share DataFest and Fall Conference was "Who are the people in your neighborhood?"  Effectively serving our libraries' diverse users" serving  diverse communities.  The 2013 conference featured:
  • Loida Garcia-Febo as keynote speaker, who spoke on Building Community, Providing Access and Saving Lives.
  • Sessions about teaching teens about technology, serving LGBT youth in your library, serving patrons with print disabilities, and creative open source tools for your library.

The 2012 Fall Conference was held on Friday, September 28.  The theme was The Future of Resource Sharing: It's Still About the Book, and it featured:

  • Brett Bonfield, director at Collingswood (NJ) Public Library was the keynote speaker who challenged us to think about the Hundred Year Library.
  • Sessions were held about the Firefly courier service, Digital Rights Management Patron-Driven Acquisitions and the future of resource sharing.

The 2011 Fall Conference was held on Friday, October 28 and featured:

  • Keynote speaker Eric Forte, Member Consultant at OCLC, on OCLC's Perceptions of Libraries, 2010 report, a sequel to the 2005 Perceptions of Libraries and Information Resources
  • A panel discussion following the keynote address, led by Dr. Steven Smith, Dean of Libraries, UT Knoxville
  • Sessions on the new Volunteer Voices website, the OCLC resource sharing platform, WorldCat Local, and ebooks

The 2010 Fall Conference was held on Friday, October 29 and featured:

The 2009 Fall Conference was held on Friday, October 30 and featured:

  • Keynote speaker Matt Goldner of OCLC
  • Sessions on Smarter, Faster, Cheaper resources
  • TEL 10th Birthday celebration
  • Check out the photos
  • Tennessee's Digital Debut of Volunteer Voices

The 2008 Fall Conference featured:

  • Keynote speaker Sherrie Galloway Library of Congress Educator in Residence
  • Sessions on other digital collections from across the state
  • Check out photos