IHSLA 2019 Annual Conference

 
June 6-7, 2019

You're invited to attend our joint meeting on behalf of both IHSLA and

the Ruth Lilly Medical Library! 

 

This year’s event will take place at the:

Ruth Lilly Medical Library

975 West Walnut Street

Indianapolis, IN 46202

 

With the support of the Ruth Lilly Medical Library, the Friday, June 7th,

meeting will be FREE for all participants and there will be a greatly

discounted registration fee for the Thursday, June 6th, CE Activity. 

 

IHSLA/IU LIBRARIANS HEALTH SCIENCES SUMMIT

Hotel Reservation Information

For attendees traveling from out of town, a list of nearby hotel options is included below. There is no official hotel for this event; we encourage all attendees to make whatever travel arrangements best fit their budget and preferences. 

There is paid parking available across the street from the Ruth Lilly Medical Library in the Lockefield  Parking Garage,1050 Wishard Blvd.  Please visit IUPUI visitor parking rates for details.

 

​On behalf of the entire IHSLA board and RLML staff - we can't wait to see you in June!

Registration:

 

Registration for the 2019 Annual Conference, Indiana Health Sciences Librarians Association is now open! Please register by May 27th, if possible, to ensure space. You can complete the online form below and use the PayPal option or fill out this registration form and mail it, with your check, to:

 

Attn: Beth Whipple

Tedra Richter, IHSLA Treasurer

Indiana University School of Medicine

Ruth Lilly Medical Library

975 Walnut Street, IB 321

Indianapolis, IN 46227

 

Or email her with payment questions at: 

trichter@uindy.edu 

 

 

Conference Registration

 
Complete the Registration Form:
 (If Selecting Two-Day or CE only, submit payment via Paypal below)
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Thursday CE Activity
12:00-1:00pm     Registration opens          (outside) Room 226
1:00-5:00pm        CE course                                               Room 226

Universal Design for Learning: Accessibility at the Library

Instructor: Terrill F. Thompson, Technology Accessibility Specialist, UW-IT Accessible Technology Services, University of Washington

 

Abstract

More and more libraries and educational institutions provide content online, including databases, archival collections, documents, and videos. But how much of this information is accessible to individuals with disabilities? Libraries and other institutions are legally required to provide accessible content.  This hands-on, lab-based class, originally offered as a four-part webinar series, will provide basic steps participants can take to make their content accessible to all. 

 

Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the need for accessible online content and the benefits of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).    

  • Identify common barriers posed by inaccessible websites and digital documents. 

  • Practice basic methods for creating accessible documents.     

  • Include accessibility when talking with vendors, making procurement decisions, and negotiating contracts.  

5:15-6:15pm      IHSLA Executive Board meeting       Room 226
Friday Program

 

Friday June 7th

 

This event will feature opportunities to network with vendors and fellow Indiana health sciences librarians, and programming designed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge across our subject areas and specialties.  Programming will include Breakout Sessions, Hands on Sessions, Panel Discussions, Lunch and the IHSLA Business Meeting. 

 

The day will begin with Registration and Continental Breakfast from 8:30-9:00 am.  See below for the current agenda.

 
 
Call for Exhibitors

 

We invite our partners in information science to exhibit at our annual conference. To exhibit, please register via the link. Fees are listed below.