Preconference — NACO funnel training

March 26, 2010

This year’s preconference, NACO funnel training, will be taught by David Prochazka. Registration will be limited to 12 participants.



March 18, 2010

The Marriott will guarantee our block of rooms until September 20.

We will have on-site conference registration if space allows.

Official conference website will be available soon

March 17, 2010

The site will have online registration. We hope that it will be as useful as it is stunning:

Breakout sessions and scheduled presenters

March 16, 2010

(List is subject to change.)

(You’ll be asked to select your top eight choices.)

Basic videorecordings –TBA
Advanced videorecordings — Jay Weitz, OCLC
New video formats — Jay Weitz
Streaming video — Marielle Veve, University of Tennessee Knoxville SIS
Realia — Suzie DeGrasse, Athens (Ga.) Regional Library System
Electronic resources — Bobby Bothmann, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Cataloging for Special Collections — Marcia Barrett, University of Alabama
Basic sound recordings — Pamela Newberg
Advanced sound recordings — Pamela Newberg
Graphic materials — TBA
Form/genre headings — Janis Young, Library of Congress

OLAC 2010 schedule

March 16, 2010

Thursday, 14 October:

Pre-conference — NACO funnel training


Friday, 15 October:

continental breakfast


opening session: Dr. Robert Ellett (scheduled)

Breakout Session 1

buffet lunch

Breakout Session 2

evening: reception (at a Macon landmark to be determined)

Saturday, 16 October

continental breakfast

poster sessions

Breakout session 3

banquet lunch and OLAC membership meeting

Breakout session 4

Sunday, 17 October

continental breakfast

closing sessions, including a presentation by Mac Elrod (scheduled)

Registration rates set

March 16, 2010

OLAC 2010 registration has been set at $150.00 ($100.00 for students). Registration includes three continental breakfasts and two lunches.

Registration will be available soon.

Please make your hotel reservations directly with the Marriott, and be sure to mention the OLAC rate.