Proceedings of the 2014 AJL Conference

The proceedings of the 2014 Association of Jewish Libraries Conference held in Las Vegas are now online, thanks to the Proceedings Chair Elana Gensler. You can find them at , including:

2 Jews & 3 Opinions: What do YOU want from AJL
A Modern Hebrew Literature Bio-Bibliographic Lexicon
Accessing the Iraqi Jewish Archive
All-of-a-Kind Family, Not Any More/ High Holidays and Beyond
An All School Read
BDS & Bias in Academia: What can librarians do
Behind the Scenes of the Sydney Taylor Awards
Between Being-Wise and Not-Knowing-What-To-Ask: Jewish Librarianship and Digital Humanities
Book Repair in a Digital World
Bringing Research to Life: The Crucial Role of Librarians in Meeting—and Exceeding—the Common Core
Building a Judaic Collection in a Public Library
Building the Credible World: The Importance of History in Jewish Children’s Books
Contemporary World Jewish Publications – Collection Assessment / Collection Building: The Case of the Harvard Judaica Collection
Convivencia: Jews in the Golden Age of Spain
Digital Citizenship in the Jewish School Library
Educating Students to be Responsible Digital Citizens
Halakha and Netiquette
How to Get Attention aka Library Advocacy
Ideas for Supporting Jewish Studies Research – An Interactive Session with EBSCO’s Executive Vice President
Israeli Literature in the Early 21st Century – A Short Bibliography
Jewish Refugees in Shanghai: Curating Personal Artifacts
Library of Congress Update
National Library of Israel: Update 2014
Order in the Core: Using Common Core as Library Curriculum
Peek into Programming
Peron and the Jews
Place in Space: Honoring Our Ancestral Communities Online
Structures of Printed Concordances to the Hebrew Bible
Surviving the Holocaust in the Soviet Union
Tevyeh Talks : Las Vegas History and the Mob, Books Plucked from the Fire: A Litvak Child’s Bookshelf, Poetry Reading, Sephardic Genealogy: an Overview
The Forgery of the Talmud Yerushalmi Seder Kodashim: How Were So Many Fooled?
The Jewish Valuesfinder: The Online Datebase of Jewish Children’s Books – Does It Still Exist and How Do I Access It?/
The Koren Talmud
The North African Jewish Manuscript Collection at the Yale University Library
The Old Jewish Library in Mainz
The Stones Weep: Teaching the Holocaust through Art
The World of Jewish Cookbooks: Sliced two ways
Website 613: Creative Ways to Provide Your Patrons with Jewish Resources
What Are We Reading? The Latest and Greatest in Jewish Adult Fiction
Where Do We Go From Here? A Roundtable Discussion about the future of Judaic Librarianship
Women of Valor: Female Resistance to the Nazis

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