By Jade Koekoe
I don’t know about you, but there were so many amazing resources mentioned at NLS9 that I’m sure I didn’t catch them all! Not to mention the reflections people shared of their NLS9 experience online. It’s really a lot to take in.
That is why the NLS9 committee thought it would be a good idea to start putting some of them together. This is by no means an exhaustive list so please let us know whose work we missed and we will gladly add them.
Resources Mentioned Throughout NLS9
In Sarah Brown’s Keynote Presentation
- Website of ideas for her Keynote
- Deep Dream Generator
- Websites to learn to code – w3schools.com, css-tricks.com, codepen.io, alistapart.com, khanacademy.org, twinery.org, freecodecamp.org, codewars.com, github.com/open-source, lynda.com, wordpress.org
- The Offical NLS9 Zine initiated by Kassi and Alissa with contributions from people who visited the Zine table at NLS9
- James Nicholson’s It’s Not Fine To Fine Website
- The KINQ Manifesto from Craig’s Keynote
- Niki mentioned a Vision Accessibility Tool
- Maddi mentioned a Human Library
- Sally’s Resource List from her Workshop
- Alissa and Kassi mentioned a Zine Code of Ethics and information about Zine Cataloguing
- Teishan mentioned Echoes an app for creating geolocated local tours
- Micheal Harris shares a Footnoted Paper to accompany his presentation
- Iurgi shares his webpage about and supporting Graphic Novels
- Book recommendation from the audience during Eva Keynotes
- Belinda mentioned this TED Talk
- Laura and Rhiannon mentioned MATE Bystander Program
- David found a Podcast with the author of Invisible Woman (a book mentioned by 2 NLS9 Keynote Speakers)
- Gemma and Daniel’s Paper from their presentation
- Joanna suggests watching this Video if you are curious about International work in Libraries
Reflections From NLS9 Attendees and Bursary Winners
- Jade’s Vlog with contributions from NLS9 Committee
- Brendan reflects on his first Library Conference NLS9
- Alissa provides her Slides along with what she said during her presentation
- Niki reflects on NLS9
- Fallon a Bursary winner reflects on the topic of Inclusivity she found at NLS9 as well as NLS9 as a whole
Wrap-up Sessions From ALIA Groups on NLS9
Thank you to everyone who came to NLS9. I can say that the Committee had a ball putting together the Symposium for you, and it was truly a joy to see everyone learning something and collaborating, innovating and deviating.
See you at NLSX!