BLINC Conference Presentations

NCLA Conference 2011

Lessons Learned: Getting the Most Out of Libguides (11 MB combined ppt)

  • Jennifer Ballance, Central Piedmont Community College
  • Randall Bowman, Elon University
  • Michelle Cosby, North Carolina Central University Law Library
  • Jenny Dale, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Nina Exner, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State Univ.
  • Susan Wolf Neilson, Wake County Public Libraries
  • Anders Selhorst, Guilford Technical Community College
  • Kathy Shields, High Point University

Using the Economic Census to Support Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners (2.3 MB pptx)

  • Mary Scanlon, Wake Forest University

"Do we really need to pay for this anymore?" The best free v. fee sources for statistics and country research (factsheet in PDF)

  • Lynda Kellam and Steve Cramer, UNC Greensboro

Embedded Librarians in North Carolina: A Panel Discussion

  • Allan Scherlen, Appalachian State University (pdf)
  • Jennifer Ballance, Central Piedmont Community College (ppt)
  • Joli McClelland, Queens University of Charlotte (ppt)
  • Steve Cramer, UNC Greensboro (ppt)

Taking the Next Step: Using Spreadsheets to Process Library Statistics & Database Results (pptx)

A Mission to Serve: What Libraries are Doing to Support Local Economic Development

  • Sara Thynne, Alamance County Public Libraries (pptx)
  • Nina Exner, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State Univ. (4 MB ppt)
  • Jill Robinson Morris, NC LIVE (4 MB ppt)

The Smart Investing Case Study: From Grant Proposal Through Implementation

Philanthropy and Grantseeking: Helping Your Community and Your Library in Today's Economy

NCLA Conference 2009

Social Networking for Career Advancement: It’s Not Your Teenager’s Facebook

NC EDIS: Economic Development Intelligence System

The Green Economy: sharing the wealth of knowledge with your customers

NCLA Conference 2007

Librarians as Teaching Partners: A Panel Discussion

Data Literacy for Reference Librarians; Or, How to Win at Statistical Jeopardy

Foundation Center Cooperating Collection Libraries: Right in Your Neighborhood & Ready to Help You!

The American Community Survey: What is New & What is Different about using Annual Census Data? (Co-sponsored with the Government Resources section)

NCLA Conference 2005

NCLA/SELA Conference 2004

Marketing on the Cheap: Market Research Using NC Live & Free Web Sources

Strike It Rich: Local Libraries as Resources for Economic Development

Creating the One-Stop Business Information Network

Presentation Slides (20.8 MB .ppt file--that's really big!)
For smaller--but still large--.ppt files, view slides 1-12, 13-24, 25-34.

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