Library Sessions at NCCCS 2014

For those attending the NCCCS Conference in Raleigh on October 12-14, here is a list of library-related sessions.

 

Sunday, October 12

Pre-Conference Workshop - 2:30am – 3:30am

Demystifying eBooks: Tools to Leverage Your Library’s Collection

Presenters: Alan Unsworth (Surry CC) & Emily Guhde (NC LIVE)

Confused about eBooks? Get up to speed and help your students and colleagues get the most out of your community college library’s eBook collection! Among other topic, we will cover how to download library eBooks onto your computer or mobile device.


 

Monday, October 13

Roundtable #228 – 7:30am – 8:20am

The Embedded Librarian Program: Central Piedmont Community College’s Journey

Presenters: Mark Coltrain & Elizabeth Forgione-Barkas (CPCC)

 

Concurrent Session – 10:00am – 11:00am

Whenever, Wherever: Using Digital Resources to Improve Online Course Content

Presenters: Penny Sermons, Saundra Pinkham, & Tricia Woolard (Beaufort County CC)

This session will focus on practical techniques and methods for integrating media to help improve and customize online learning. You will learn how to integrate digital learning tools such as Mediasite lecture capture, LibGuides, ebooks, and library resources into online courses; gain knowledge about increasing student engagement; and discover new methods of developing media rich courses.


 

Tuesday, October 14

Roundtable #327 – 7:30am – 8:20am

The Embedded Librarian Program: Central Piedmont Community College’s Journey

Presenters: Mark Coltrain & Elizabeth Forgione-Barkas (CPCC)

 

Concurrent Session – 10:00am – 11:00am

Avoiding Copyright Violations in the Digital Age

Presenters: David Sullivan & Robert Antill (Fayetteville Technical CC)

This session is designed to provide you with a better understanding of the limits of using copyrighted information in both face-to-face and digital classrooms, as well as in other college operations. The murky concept of ‘’Fair Use’’ will be explained using some of the most recent court decisions as a guide.

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