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2010 Membership Meeting

The HBCU Library Alliance celebrated its fourth Membership Meeting in historic Montgomery, AL on October 25th and 26th. “Looking Back, Moving Forward: HBCU Libraries Using Digital Technologies to Reach, Teach and Connect” was the meeting’s theme.

The Membership Meeting was preceded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation sponsored pre-conference “U.D.E.A.L. – Using Data To Enhance Advocacy for Libraries. The pre-conference focused on the updated 2005 “State of the Libraries at HBCU’s” report.

Over one hundred colleagues representing sixty eight institutions convened in Montgomery at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel at the Conference Center. Keynote speaker Dr. Joseph Silver, Provost and Vice-President of Academic Affairs at Clark Atlanta University (GA) delivered the keynote address entitled " Changing Time and Changing Roles: The HBCU Library in the Digital Age". Enjoy the following links from PowerPoint presentations and photos from the Membership Meeting.. “Looking Back, Moving Forward: HBCU Libraries Using Digital Technologies to Reach, Teach and Connect was the meeting’s theme.

Monday, October 25
Looking Back while Moving Forward: HBCU Library Alliance History and Progress

Loretta Parham, Dr. Janice Franklin and Sandra Phoenix
HBCU/CUL Digital Initiative Update
Dr. Janice Franklin and Ira Revels, Project Manager, Cornell University (NY)

HBCU Library Alliance Digital Collection FAQ's

Tuesday, October 26

HBCU Exchange Librarians Presentations
Netta Cox, North Carolina A&T University
Jacqueline Keleher, Southern University New Orleans
Dawn Kight, Southern University and A&M College
Marcella McGowan, Johnson C. Smith University
Morgan Montgomery, Claflin University
Maud Mundava, Atlanta University Center Woodruff Center
Judith Rogers and Tanisha Mills, University of the Virgin Islands
Trends for Integrating Technology with Library Instruction: Extreme Makeover @ UVI Libraries
Dr. Janice Franklin and Dr. Christa Hardy, Alabama State University
Information Literacy as a SACS Quality Enhancement Plan: The ASU Library’s Project
Robin Dale, LYRASIS
An Archival Update
Loretta Parham, Andrea Jackson and Courtney Chartier, Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library
A Unique Process: Technology and the Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection Project Findings
Frazine Taylor, Alabama State University
Tracing Your Roots: Using Archives of HBCU’s and Other Research Sources to Trace Family History

Program Booklet

Photo Gallery