In response to the overwhelmingly expressed need for options and ideas to balance convenient access while building a robust permanent collection, workshop leaders with years of experience in institutional acquisition will present data, pose questions, and lead discussion in an all-conference session involving both purchasers and vendors. For more details, see our Professional Development Agenda.
By the time you arrive, you'll already have tons of information from us, but this session is a great opportunity for getting those questions answered that you just hadn't yet thought of. Don't worry - we've got the answers and we're here to help.
One of the Market's most popular features. Ten-minute presentations — usually with video clips — by vendors to the entire conference. Expect a break halfway through this morning session. Click here to see the entire day’s schedule, by exhibitor and time-slot.
Food, drinks and socializing at Indy's oldest and most-beloved bar, only a few blocks from the conference hotel. We've rented the space and arranged the special menu, you pay to eat and drink as you wish! Trivia Contest emceed by Passion River’s Mat Levy! Blues band starts at 8:30PM.
What streaming sources can you recommend for patrons who want content from culturally and ethnically diverse sources, such as Hispanic or Asian countries? Whether for programming in East Asian languages, Bollywood films, content for Middle Eastern Arabic- and Farsi-speaking audiences, Russian-language broadcasting, or British drama and comedy for the devoted anglophile, this session will review new and emerging sources for international streaming film. (Read more)
See our growing list of exhibitors and our floorplan of vendor suites for full details, along with your printed conference program guide. Whether you make an appointment ahead of time or walk in, the Market's vendors are eager to meet with you. They’ll close from 12 to 2PM for lunch and a PD session.
PD Session: A Celebration of the “So Bad, It’s Good” Film: How Schlock, Cult Classics, and Craptastic Films Can Save the Day
In most collections there are not only great and highly acclaimed films, but films with, well, let's say "cult" appeal. Hidden among the latter, however, may lurk surprisingly powerful educational aids. No, really. See our Professional Development Agenda for further details.
PD Session — Presentation of SAGE white paper: Assessing the Impact of Educational Video on Student Engagement, Critical Thinking and Learning: The Current State of Play
Presented by its authors, this latest empirically-based assessment by SAGE should provide lots of information for educators and managers of video content that will affect decision-making for the next several years. More details soon.
The Academic Libraries Video Trust is a cooperative of institutions to create preservation and replacement copies of endangered, lost, or stolen works and works on VHS, building on the online database of thousands of titles in the Section 108 Due Diligence Project. See full details on our Professional Development Agenda. (Exhibitor suites will be open concurrently with this session.)
PD Session: Captioning video for accessibility and homegrown content: transcription standards, legal issues, and workflow
Captioning includes not only spoken dialogue, but may also include descriptions of audio and video content for users. Traditionally, film industry and business professionals upload a video, consult a vendor, and download accompanying caption files to add to the media. However, it’s not always so simple or straight-forward. (Read more)
Our able social committee assembled a complete list of restaurants on Massachusetts Avenue, near the Athenaeum, where our Best in Show screening will take place. Read online or download, but make your arrangements early so you can arrive promptly for the big show!