2013 NYLA Pecha Kucha Presentations

Thursday, September 26, 12:00-1:30 PM

Pecha Kucha is a presentation methodology in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each (6 minutes, 40 seconds in total).  It is an opportunity for several presenters to share information about a research problem, project, or study with many colleagues by developing a slide show presentation.  Presenters may include printed materials or handouts, so long as the presentation remains under 6:40.

This year we have 8 new Pecha Kucha presentations for you to learn from!

What Do You Geek?
Presenter:
Patricia Finnerty, Pioneer Library System

I Could Tell You Stories: Am I a Librarian or Social Service Provider?
Presenters:
S. Michele Echols, Queens Library
Linda Bannerman-Martin, Queens Library

Assessing Little Free Libraries for Community Engagement
Presenters:
Amanda Albert, Syracuse University
Michelle Brown, Syracuse University
Chelsea Carroll, Syracuse University

Reimagining Space
Presenters:
Meredith Levine, Fayetteville Free Library
Stephanie Prato, Fayetteville Free Library

Gaming for Adults with Special Needs
Presenter:
Jennifer Husenitza, Liverpool Public Library

Healthy Libraries, Healthy Communities
Presenter:
Tina Winstead, South Central Regional Library Council

Life After Sandy
Presenter:
Kacper Jarecki, Queens Library

Compassion and Positivity as Service Desk Best Practices
Presenter:
Amanda B. Albert, Syracuse University/Fayetteville Free Library