Visit the Library of Congress Exhibit Booth #925 at Pennsylvania Convention Center,1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Exhibit booth hours are:

  • Friday, January 24: 5:30-7:30pm (ribbon-cutting at 5:15pm)
  • Saturday/Sunday, January 25/26: 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Monday, January 27: 9:00am-2:00pm

Friday, January 24, 2014

Time Presentation Presenter(s)
5:30pm Inside the Library of Congress: Journeys and Crossings (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
5:45pm Digital Preservation Curriculum (Digital Preservation Outreach & Education) (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
6:00pm Modern Marvels: The Library of Congress (featured video from The History Channel) Webcast

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Time Presentation Presenter(s)
9:00am A Celebration of Mexico: The Ramírez Madonna (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:15am The Library of Congress National Book Festival Reflections (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:30am Getting the Most Out of Classification Web Patricia Hayward
10:00am Maps of the American Presidency Min Zhang & Tammy Wong
10:30am The Library of Congress: Meeting Patron Demand in the 21st Century Blane Dessy
11:00am Current Issues in Copyright John Saint Amour
11:30am Library of Congress Celebrates Science Literacy David Taylor
12:00pm The Library of Congress: Pursuing your Family History in the National Library Everette Larson
12:30pm "Layer After Layer of Awesome": The Teaching with Primary Sources Progra Cheryl Lederle-Ensign
1:00pm Building the Center of Knowledge at the Library of Congress: Collaborations with
Colleagues are the Keys to our Success
Roberta Shaffer
1:30pm Library of Congress Knowledge Navigators Program Dawn Stitzel
2:00pm The Science Behind the Custom-Fabricated, State-of-the-Art, Low-Oxygen
Encasement of the Abel Buell Map developed by the Library of Congress and the
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Mark Sweeney
2:30pm Open Sesame: ISSN and UNESCO open a free portal to over 10,001 scholarly
open access resources
Regina Reynolds
3:00pm BIBFRAME Introduction: High-level Concepts and Objectives / Kevin Ford
3:30pm BIBFRAME and the PCC (Program for Cooperative Cataloging) Judith Cannan
& Paul Frank
4:00pm The Library of Congress (featured video from C-Span) Webcast

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Sunday, January 26, 2014

Time Presentation Presenter(s)
9:00am The Veterans History Project (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:15am What Books Shaped the World? (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
9:30am The Center for the Book: Promoting Reading and Literacy Nationwide Guy Lamolinara
10:00am Current Issues in Copyright Yvonne Dooley
10:30am "Layer After Layer of Awesome": The Teaching with Primary Sources Program Cheryl Lederle-Ensign
11:00am Africana at LC: Nelson Mandela and Grey Literature Laverne Page
11:30am What's new with CYAC (Children's and Young Adults' Cataloging Program) Linda Geisler
12:00pm BIBFRAME Introduction: High-level Concepts and Objectives Kevin Ford
12:30pm Open Sesame: ISSN and UNESCO open a free portal to over 10,001 scholarly open access resources Regina Reynolds
1:00pm Building the Center of Knowledge at the Library of Congress: Collaborations with Colleagues are the Keys to our Success Roberta Shaffer
1:30pm The State of Digital Preservation: Themes and Challenges Examined by the National Digital Stewardship Residency Program, with Julia Blase, Heidi Dowding, Maureen McCormick Harlow, Jaime McCurry, Lee Nilsson, Margo Padilla, Emily Reynolds, Molly Schwartz, Erica Titkemeyer, and Lauren Work  
3:00pm Braille and Talking Books: Information Access in the 21st Century - That ALL
May Read
MaryBeth Wise
3:30pm Election Maps Min Zhang & Tammy Wong
4:00pm Modern Marvels: The Library of Congress (featured video from the History Channel) Webcast

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Monday, January 27, 2014

Time Presentation Presenter(s)
9:00am School Gardens (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 E-Resource Happenings at the Library of Congress Donna Scanlon
10:00am The Hispanic Division Online Everette Larson
10:30am The Library of Congress: Meeting Patron Demand in the 21st Century Blane Dessy
11:00am Braille and Talking Books: Information Access in the 21st Century - That ALL May Read MaryBeth Wise
11:30am Getting the Most Out of Classification Web Patricia Hayward
12:00pm The Science Behind the Custom-Fabricated, State-of-the-Art, Low-Oxygen Encasement of the Abel Buell Map developed by the Library of Congress and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Jeanne Drewes
12:30pm Inside the Library of Congress: Journeys and Crossings (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
12:45pm A Celebration of Mexico: The Ramírez Madonna (featured video from the Library of Congress) Webcast
1:00pm The Library of Congress (featured video from C-Span) Webcast

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