Mapping Change, Chitduug gha nen’ ch’etnetl’edz*
26th Polar Libraries Colloquy
July 10 – 15, 2016
The Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks hosted the most recent colloquy: the 26th Polar Libraries Colloquy in Fairbanks, Alaska, US. Please visit the conference website for specific details of this event.
The Polar Libraries Colloquy members would like to thank the conference planning committee for hosting a wonderful conference:
- Suzan Hahn, Interim Dean of Libraries
- Katherine Arndt, Curator, Rare Books and Rare Maps
- Suzanne Bishop, Development and Public Information Officer
- Leslie McCartney, Curator, Oral History
- Rose Speranza, formerly Assistant Archivist, APRCA Archives
*From the Native Alaskan Athabaskan language, loosely translated as “marking the land for/about differences/changes”
26th Polar Libraries Colloquy Presentations
- Gray, Andrew. Changing patterns of polar research.
- Lund, Peter, and Shannon Vossepoel. A Roadmap to Navigate the Range of Polar Libraries, Databases, and Archives Online.
- Tahirkheli, Sharon. The Continued Evolution of the Cold Regions Bibliography Project –Current Status of the Antarctic Bibliography and the Antarctic Journal of the United States and its Predecessors.
- Vossepoel, Shannon. Connect the North: The ArcticConnect Project.