Statement of Conduct

Following ALA's example, we have created a Statement of Conduct for all upcoming ULA events.

Please see the attachment.

Upcoming ULA Conferences and Locations

2015
Dixie Center/St. George May 13-15, 2015
2016
Davis Conf. Ctr/Layton May 4 - May 6, 2016

2012 Programs with Handouts

Note: if you have program materials to post, please send them to anna.neatrour@gmail.com for posting, along with the title of your program. Files smaller than 7mb are preferred, if possible.

This page will be updated as more handouts are added throughout the conference.

The Books They are a Changin: History of Children’s and Young Adult Literature

Centenarian Strategies

Connecting Students to Primary Sources: Integrating Special Collections into the Undergraduate Curriculum

Create a Customer Service Revolution at Your Library!

Developing a Teen Space at the Springville Library....If You Build it They Will Come

Evolving Authorities in Libraries and Archives

From A to Zentangle: How to make programs work in your library

Genealogy Research and Libraries – A Perfect Combination!

GLBTQ Patrons Still Matter

Helping Children With Special Needs

How Repositories Make Better Subject Librarians (and How Subject Librarians make Better Repositories) /
Scholarly Communications Services: New Feedback from Teaching Faculty

The Library in Your Pocket: Designing Mobile Apps Experience

Marketing Your Library: Practical Advice from Those Who've Done It

The Medium Defines the Message

Preserving the Digital Past for the Next 100 Years

Publish or perish: Honest perspectives from naïve librarians

Providing Stellar Services for Seniors

Ready or Not, Here They Come: Library Tours and School Visits

Roping, Corralling, and Branding Silos of Information: Old West Techniques for a New World

Self-Help Reference: Putting the Librarian Back Behind the Curtain / We’re Going Mobile: Roving Reference in an Academic Library

Singing 101: How to Use Singing in Emergent Literacy Storytimes

Training in a 2.0 World

ULA Paraprofessional Certificate Overview

Why Isn't Anyone Having Any Fun Here? Recreational Reading and the University Library

Why your Digital Collections can't be found in Google: Search Engine Optimization for Digital Repositories

Working Hard or Hardly Working: MLIS graduates finding work and making it pay in a harsh economy

Photos from Conference on Flickr

You can see photos from the ULA conference on our Flickr page. We'll be adding more photos, if you took some photos you would like to see added to the ULA flickr page, send them to anna.neatrour@gmail.com.

ULA 2012 Conference

ULA's 100th Birthday Cake

Twitter hashtag for ULA Conference

Are you going to be tweeting about the ULA conference? Please use the hashtag #ULA2012!

UTAH LAW MAKER HONORED AS LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR

UTAH LAW MAKER HONORED AS LEGISLATOR OF THE YEAR


The Government Documents Round Table of the Utah Library Association is pleased to present the 2012 Legislator of the Year award to Senator Curt Bramble for his sponsorship of Senate Bill 177, the Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) Amendments, in this past Utah legislative session. This bill was signed by Governor Gary R. Herbert on March 23, 2012. The legislation improves GRAMA by increasing training for records officers, creates a government records ombudsman, and amends other relevant provisions related to government records.  Senator Bramble was also in favor of Senate Bill 100, the Law Library Self-Help Center. This bill was also signed by the Governor, and increases state-wide public access to government and legal information by the Utah State Law Library. 
 
Senator Bramble and the GRAMA Working Group have received numerous accolades in the media and he is the recipient of previous recognitions from the Utah Technology Council and Utah Media Coalition. The presentation of the award will take place at the Association's Centennial Annual Meeting at the Salt Palace (Thursday, April 26, at 3:00 p.m., Ballroom B).                 

  Senator Curt. Bramble Senator Curtis S. Bramble
The Government Documents Round Table of the Utah Library Association (ULA) has a long-standing commitment to improving public access through libraries to government information. ULA also has a long tradition of supporting librarianship throughout the state of Utah, and is celebrating its 100th anniversary at their April 25-27, 2012 annual conference in Salt Lake City.

Parking Rates for Conference

Parking at the Salt Palace is $12/day

Information about Parking Downtown: http://www.downtownslc.org/parking

Presenters - make your program materials available online

As an extra benefit to conference attendees, we would like to make program materials available on the ULA website. Materials can include handouts, PowerPoints, and any other presentation aids in electronic form.

Please submit these materials to Anna Neatrour at anna.neatrour@gmail.com prior to the conference so she can get them posted in a timely manner.

Please include:

·         Presenters Name(s),   Program Title, Attached program materials in your email

Exhibitor Prospectus, Sponsorship Opportunities, and Advertising Information for ULA 2012 conference

Information for Exhibitors: The 2012 ULA Exhibitor Prospectus is now available.
GES Exhibitor Kit for ULA 2012
Sponsorship Opportunities: A variety of sponsorship opportunities are also available.
Advertising Information: Advertising space is also available in the ULA conference program.
 

Conference Registration Open

Pre-registration is now open for ULA’s Centennial conference, to be held in Salt Lake City on April 25-27! Early registration will save you $25 off the full conference price, so sign up today at  http://www.regonline.com/ULA2012

Early Registration ends on March 23rd.

ULA/MPLA Member; Early 155.00

ULA/MPLA Member; Regular Reg. 180.00

Non-ULA Member; Early 220.00

Non-ULA Member; Regular Reg. 245.00

One-day Registration/Thursday 105.00

One-day Registration/Friday 105.00

Student Full Conference 100.00

One day Student/Thursday 75.00

One day Student/Friday 75.00

Exhibit rental 575.00

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