Visit the Library of Congress Exhibit Booth #1709 at Las Vegas Convention Center, 3150 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89109.
Exhibit booth hours are:

  • Friday, June 27: 5:30-7:30pm (ribbon-cutting at 5:15pm)
  • Saturday/Sunday, June 28/29: 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Monday, June 30: 9:00am-2:00pm

Friday, June 27, 2014

Time Presentation Presenter(s)
5:30pm Celebrating the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
5:45pm Black Pearls Restrung: Hebrew and Yiddish Artists’ Books at the Library of Congress (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
6:00pm Modern Marvels: The Library of Congress (featured video from The History Channel) Webcast

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Time Presentation Presenter(s)
9:00am Government.gov – Introduction (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:15am Gary Sinise’s Tour of the Library of Congress on the Veterans History Project (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:30am The Center for the Book: Promoting Reading and Literacy Nationwide Guy Lamolinara
10:00am Getting the Most Out of Cataloger’s Desktop with a New User Interface Colleen Cahill & Bruce Johnson
10:30am The Law Library of Congress: Service, Support, and Scholarship David Mao
11:00am Library of the United States John Barton
11:30am Veterans History Project – Preserving Veterans’ Stories and How You Can Participate Bob Patrick
12:00pm American Folklife Center Launches the Civil Rights History Project Interviews Online Maggie Kruesi
12:30pm The Hispanic Division Online Everette Larson
1:00pm The Library of Congress: Acquisitions Beyond Copyright Linda Geisler
1:30pm Preserving Tangible Media in Monographs Adrija Henley
2:00pm The Cataloging in Publication (CIP) Data Block in the Twenty-First Century: Preliminary Results of a Survey of Libraries Karl Debus-Lopez & Camilla Williams
2:30pm Exploring the ROAD Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources: An Open Access ISSN Resource Regina Romano Reynolds
3:00pm BIBFRAME Introduction: High-level Concepts and Objectives Kevin Ford
3:30pm BIBFRAME and the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC) – Latest Developments Judith Cannan
& Paul Frank
4:00pm The Library of Congress (featured video from C-Span) Webcast

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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Time Presentation Presenter(s)
9:00am Celebrating the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:15am Inside the Library of Congress (bonus feature from DVD for National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets) Webcast
9:30am The Center for the Book: Promoting Reading and Literacy Nationwide Guy Lamolinara
10:00am Getting the Most Out of Cataloger’s Desktop with a New User Interface Colleen Cahill & Bruce Johnson
10:30am The Law Library of Congress: Service, Support, and Scholarship David Mao
11:00am Library of the United States John Barton
11:30am Civil War Soul Sisters: Civil War Era African American Women Who Published! Lavonda Broadnax
12:00pm BIBFRAME Introduction: High-level Concepts and Objectives Kevin Ford
12:30pm Exploring the ROAD Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources: An Open Access ISSN Resource Regina Reynolds
1:00pm Exploring the Concept of Innovation Roberta Shaffer
1:30pm Library of Congress Recommended Format Specifications Donna Scanlon
2:00pm Veterans History Project – Preserving Veterans’ Stories and How You Can Participate Bob Patrick
2:30pm Current Issues in Copyright Yvonne Dooley & Maria Perez-Morales
3:00pm Map-Making East and West Min Zhang & Tammy Wong
3:30pm The National Library Service: Making Print Accessible MaryBeth Wise
4:00pm Modern Marvels: The Library of Congress (featured video from the History Channel) Webcast

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Monday, June 30, 2014

Time Presentation Presenter(s)
9:00am Black Pearls Restrung: Hebrew and Yiddish Artists’ Books at the Library of Congress (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:15am Government.gov – Introduction (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:30am The National Library Service: Making Print Accessible MaryBeth Wise
10:00am Getting the Most Out of Cataloger’s Desktop with a New User Interface Colleen Cahill & Bruce Johnson
10:30am The Hispanic Division Online Everette Larson
11:00am Current Issues in Copyright Yvonne Dooley & Maria Perez-Morales
11:30am American Folklife Center Launches the Civil Rights History Project Interviews Online Maggie Kruesi
12:00pm Connecting Researchers to Africana Collections Laverne Page
12:30pm The Library of Congress (featured video from C-Span) Webcast

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