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?
Patricia Finnerty, Pioneer Library System

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

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

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

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

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

Life After Sandy
Kacper Jarecki, Queens Library

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