The Syracuse University School of Information Studies (iSchool) will be participating at the American Library Association’s 2018 Annual Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans from June 21 – 26. Visit ALA Exhibit Booth #3632 during open exhibition hours to meet with current iSchool faculty, staff, and students.

iSchool assistant professor Rachel Ivy Clarke will present at the following sessions during the conference:

Exploring the Role of Repertoire in Library Cataloging
Rachel Ivy Clarke and Brian Dobreski (Ph.D. candidate)
LRRT Research Forum: Theory, Methods, and Practices in Library Research
Saturday, June 23
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Location: Morial Convention Center, Room 278

Visualizing Library of Congress Subject Headings in Charlottesville’s Wake: Using Kumu to Explore Relationships between [White supremacy movements] and [Racism]
Rachel Ivy Clarke & Ann Rosenblad (MSLIS student)
ALA Poster Session: The Collectors
Saturday, June 23
9:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Location: Morial Convention Center Exhibit Hall

A Library for Everyone: Community Centered Design to Promote Inclusive Librarianship
J. Elizabeth Mills (Ph.D. candidate, University of Washington) & Rachel Ivy Clarke
Monday, June 25
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: Morial Convention Center, Room 288