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Wednesday, September 15

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    This is where you can put yer notes after the conference. For purposes of reliability, I suggest you make a PDF of your notes and upload that.
    Notes from sessions, taken by Jerianne:
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    {from the ground.pdf}
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Sunday, September 12

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    Kelsey's conference notes
    {Zine Conference Notes 2010.pdf}
    Notes from sessions, taken by Kelly:
    {promoting literacy through outreach.pdf}
    {From the Ground Up.pdf}
    {discussion.pdf}

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Thursday, September 9

  1. page Schedule 2010 edited ... Zines and Community Archives/Libraries (video link)- Kelly McElroy, recently minted MLIS, form…
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    Zines and Community Archives/Libraries (video link)- Kelly McElroy, recently minted MLIS, former ZAPP volunteer & Portland Zine Symposium Organizer & Kathryn Higgins- Brown University grad student & former ZAPP volunteer Community Archives are what they sound like: collections of documents about a community and/or collected by a community. (See this great UK site for more information.) Community archives help a group collect its own documentary heritage and can build awareness of minority groups. Zines often accumulate into this sort of collection. We'll discuss how institutions can support communities with these sorts of collections, using the Zine Archive and Publishing Project as a case study.
    Ziner's Advisory - Kelsey Smith, Olympia Timberland Library reference & zine librarian - I'll be talking about performing reader's advisory with zines using some of the standard "rules" behind successful booktalking. You'll get to hear a few brief zine reviews, then we'll spend the rest of the time practicing our ziner's advisory in small groups. Don't be afraid! (we scratched this presentation in the interest of time and my lack of preparation... however, I do intend to finish this presentation and will link it here when I do.- kelsey)
    ZineWiki overview & workparty -- Jerianne Thompson, Linebaugh Public Librarian & ZineWiki co-administrator - The conference kinda broke up before we did this, but I did make a cheat sheet on creating & editing ZineWiki articles. (It's linked on the Notes page.)
    Potential Conference Discussion Topics for Moderated Discussion or Future Conferences
    zine cataloging and classification in general
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    ZineWiki intro - This is a 2-page cheatsheet to creating and editing entries on ZineWiki.
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    8:08 pm
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    {promoting literacy through outreach.pdf}
    {from the ground.pdf}
    {moderated_discussion.pdf}
    ZineWiki intro - This is a 2-page cheatsheet to creating and editing entries on ZineWiki.
    {ZineWiki-intro.pdf}
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