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The curriculum for ILEAD USA sessions are based on the three in
-
person sessions held in
Illinois in 2011. The curriculum for the participating states can be tailored to meet the
technology and leadership issues that need to be addressed on a state
-
by
-
stat
e basis. The
agendas for the participating states will follow the basic framework of agendas as follows:


March 1
-
3, 2011


The first in
-
person session serves as an overview and orientation to
the ILEAD USA experience, with a focus on broad ideas and speci
fic leadership and
technology training sessions.


June 14
-
16, 2011


This agenda delves further into leadership and technology training,
and provides participants time to share their ideas in a poster session, and spend time
together working on their proje
cts.


October 23
-
27, 2011


The final in
-
person session provides participants to spend time
on the presentation of their projects to the other ILEADers, which is held during the
session.

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IN
-
PERSON S
ESSION
1


Tuesday, March 1, 2011


7:45 a.m.

Bus departs
hotel


8:00 a.m.

Registration


Main Concourse


Public Affairs Building


University of Illinois
Springfield


8:30 a.m.

Welcome to ILEAD U and Introductions
-

Conference Room C/D

Gwen Harrison, ILEAD U Project Director

Jane Treadwell, Dean, Brookens Libr
ary

Anne Craig, Director, Illinois State Library

Mary Chute, Institute of Museum and Library Services

Jan Ison, Executive Director, Lincoln Trail Libraries System



David Racine, Director,
Institute for Legal, Legislative, & Policy Studies
(
ILLAPS)



Two T
ruths and a Lie Ice Breaker


10:15 a.m.

Keynote
-

David Lankes


Awesome Librarians


Conference Room C/D

R. David Lankes,
Executive Director of the Information Institute of
Syracuse
University, and

the Chair of the Instructor Corps,
will stress

the need f
or
librarians to engage in dialog with their community. Librarians cannot be
invi
sible; they have to participate.
Society is in a turbulent era and those
learning about new technologies need to accept the turbulence.

Furthermore
Dr. Lankes
will explain

th
e importance of the in
-
person sessions is for
provoking big ideas.
; and d
uring the intersession, skills training can be
provided by mentors and instructors. He
will explain

the basic curriculum is
based on case studies as
ILEADers can

relate to project pla
nning and
management; building the community portal; content management;
digitization and copyright.
In addition, he will point out that s
ocial
responsibility goes hand
-
in
-
hand with social networking, which in turn is the
responsibility shar
ed between libr
arians and users, reminding

participants that
the use of social technologies will impact a library’s organization.

11:00 a.m.

Break

Photo opportunity


Conference Room F



Tech Petting Zoo


available throughout ILEAD U


11:30 a.m.

Basic Video Editing


Karen McBride


Conference Room C/D


12:30 p.m.

Lunch

Photo opportunity (if needed)


Conference Room F


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1:15 p.m.

Keynote


Eli Neiburger


Conference Room C/D

The associate director of IT and production at the Ann Arbor (Michigan) District
Library wil
l explain hour constant change is part of the human condition, but
technological change is much more accelerated, and technologies are being outdated.
The use of our physical collection has peaked, and if libraries are an outmoded symbol
of the future, th
ey will lose public

support.
The notion of the library has been

to
keep safe the content of the community
. Libraries need to create an

unique
experiences and be holders of unique content.

It is less about having mo
re copies of
the hottest thing, as t
he
real problem is the idea that the value of a library is having a
local copy. The notion of a local copy is essentially worthless.

Libraries should provide
its community a place for creative works. A library is a place to go

with no entrance
fee.
Libraries

need to focus on uni
que content; unique experience.


2:15 p.m.

Break


2:30 p.m.


3:30 p.m.

Break



WJIL daily survey


3:45 p.m.




4:45 p.m.

Team wor
k time



Check
-
in/Check
-
it
-
out


ISL Staff

and Apprentices



Conference Room E



Laptop check
-
out


Conference Room F


6:00 p.m.

Dinner


6:30 p.m.

Bus departs for hotel
-

Team members/Instructors/Apprentices



Mentors


Debrief


Conference Room G


Breakout session

Conference Room H

Breakout Session

Conference Room C/D

Breakout Session

Conference Room E

Breakout Session

Conference Room G

Dipping into
Digitization/Scot
t

Finding Awesome
Projects/Sagmoen &
Smith

Working with Your
Community/Ison

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Breakout session

Conference Room C/D

Breakout Session

Conference Room H

Breakout Session

Conference R
oom E

Breakout Session

Conference Room G

Finding Awesome
Projects/Sagmoen &
Smith

Dipping into
Digitization/Scott

Working with Your
Community/Ison

Assessment of community
needs and expectations in
planning your project

/Dorst & Peters

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7:15 p.
m.

Bus departs for hotel
-

Mentors


7:00 p.m.

Homework


working on video



Wednesday, March 2, 2011


7:45 a.m.

Bus departs hotel


8:00 a.m.

Laptop check
-
in


Main Concourse


8:30 a.m.

Keynote


Beck Tench


Conference Room C/D

Beck Tench,
Director for In
novation and Digital Engagement at the Museum of
Life and Science in Durham, NC,
will speak on
Being an Agent of Change in
Your Institution
. Ms. Tench
will discuss

strategies for creating change an
d a
tolerance for risk.
Change agents c
ould be their own wo
rst enemies and
ILEASers

should not let themselves to get in the way
of change.
A

strategy for
change is to create an institutional culture where people feel smart and
secure. She
will urge

participants to draw

in order to visualize ideas; to

be

expose
d

t
o new ideas outside the library profession; to share ideas; to blend
professional and personal issues; and take the time to contemplate on what
you are doing.
She will stress the importance for I
LEADers to get out in their
communities because librarians ca
nnot wait for users to come to them. She
will
also a
ddress

the issue of failure, reminding participants that failure is a
reality of life, and it is important to recognize when a project has failed in
order to move on and try new initiatives.


9:30 a.m.

B
reak


9:45 a.m.




10:45 a.m.

Break


11:00 a.m.

Team Building


Jan Ison


Conference Room C/D


12:15 p.m.

Lunch



1:00 p.m.



Breakout session

Conference Room E

Breakout Session

Conference Room H

Breakout Session

Conference Room G

Breakout Session

Conference Room C/D

Fun with Copyright

/Scott

Atlas/Lankes

Video Q&A/McBride

Beck Tench


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2:00 p.m.

Break



WJIL daily survey


2:15 p.m.

Logistics: WJIL and Adobe Connect


Troy Brown


Conference Room C/D


2:
45 p.m.










3:45 p.m
.

Team work time





Check
-
in/Check
-
it
-
out


ISL Staff and Apprentices


Conference Room E



Optional tour of Brookens Library



Laptop check
-
out


Conference Room F


5:00 p.m.

Mentors


Debrief


Conference Room G


5:45 p.m.

Dinner


6:30 p.m.

Bus departs

for hotel


Everyone



Thursday, March 3, 2011


7:45 a.m.

Bus departs from hotel


8:00 a.m.

Laptop check
-
in


Main Concourse


8:30 a.m.

Video presentations


Conference Room C/D




Team Explorers



My Lib



The Engaging Ones



Project READ



History in th
e Making



Six Miles of History



UrInfo

Breakout session

Conference Room C/D

Breakout Session

Conference Room E

Breakout Session

Conference Room H

Breakout Session
Conference Room G

Team dynamics in

the
project planning
process/Dorst and
Peters

Long Tale/Bullen

Atlas/Lankes

Keeping Your Ears to
the Inter tubes/
Caldara & McBride

Breakout session

Conference Room C/D

Breakout Session

Conference Room G

Breakout Session

Conference Room E

Breakout Session
Conference Room H

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Transform U



Apprentices


10:30 a.m.

Break


10:45 a.m.

Video ceremony


Conference Room C/D


11:15 a.m.

David Lankes


Final Thoughts


Conference Room C/D


11:30 a.m.

Lunch and depart



Session

Descriptions


Ass
essment of community needs and expectations in planning your project



Tom Dorst and Tom
Peters


In this session we’ll use a hypothetical project to examine a variety of assessment methods, including
surveys, interviews and focus groups. We’ll discuss the

strengths and weaknesses of these techniques
in assessing needs and expectations in a community based project. We’ll discuss the design of an
assessment based on what you need/want to know. Be prepared to participate in the conversation
and ask question
s.


Basic Video Editing



Karen McBride

Video production and editing is easier and cheaper than ever before.

Karen will briefly discuss the
importance and popularity of online video and why you should feel comfortable making and
distributing videos for yo
ur library.

The second part of the session will be a step
-
by
-
step tour of
Windows Live Movie Maker, a basic video editing application.


Dipping Into Digitization



Alyce Scott

Creating a good digital image is more than just putting a photograph on a scann
er and pressing a
button. Knowing your materials and how to approach their digitization will help you provide quality
images for your project. Hands
-
on exercises will include: benchmarking, scanning, and using
Photoshop Elements for post processing of imag
es.


Finding Awesome Projects



Sarah Sagmoen and Shari Smith

This session is about inspiration and connection. We will showcase and explore truly inspiring web
sites and inventive deployment of tools to see where they could lead you.


Fun with Copyright



Alyce Scott

It’s convoluted, it’s arcane, but understanding copyright is not as difficult as you think. The basics of
copyright law will be discussed and, in particular, fair use and the public domain. Group discussions of
various copyright questions/sc
enarios (with conclusions presented to the class) will be part of this
session.


Keeping Your Ear to the Intertubes



Tara Caldara and Karen McBride


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How to listen to online conversations, how do you hear it and what do you do?


Use web 2.0 tools,
such a
s RSS feeds and Google Alerts to monitor what is important to your community and to hear
what they are saying about you!


Long Tale


Andrew Bullen

The Long Tale approach describes some Web 2.0 concepts for enhancing digital collections and
projects. These

include user editorship, nodal image and subject approaches, and reuse of basic
structures to build larger collections. In addition to a description of the concept, we will also be
engaged in a simple (and quite enjoyable) group exercise.


Team dynamics i
n the project planning process



Tom Dorst and Tom Peters

Using a series of interactive exercises and discussions, you will put to use what you learned from the
Parker Team Player Survey that you just reviewed with Jan Ison. We’ll do a couple of team buil
ding
exercises to foster an interactive discussion of team formation, goal setting and objectives
development in a team environment, and trust in a team setting.



Emergency Contact Information



UIS Conference Services


(217) 206
-
6600

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IN
-
PERSON S
ESSION
2


Tuesday, June 14, 2011


7:45 a.m.



Bus departs from State House Inn to UIS



8:30 a.m.


9
:
00

a.m.


Welcome Back


Anne Craig and Jane Treadwell



Room C/D





Evaluator Feedback


David Racine





Revisit the “Why”


Anne Craig





What Else?


Davi
d Lankes


9
:
00

a.m.


10:
15

a.m.

Keynote:
Meeting the Needs of 21st Century Patrons: The
Role of Libraries in a Transliterate World



Bobbi Newman



Room C/D


Libraries have focused on literacy, the ability to read, write and
interact, for years. It is

an important service to our patrons and
our communities. Information was transmitted through the
written word, pen and paper. People need to be literate in order
to be involved in and contribute to society. Times are changing,
technologies are evolving ra
pidly, it’s no longer enough to focus
on the ability to read and write alone. Libraries need to shift our
focus to transliteracy.



10:
15

a.m.


10:
30

a.m.

Break


10:
30

a.m.


11:
45
a.m.

Content Management Strategy



Michael Cheney




Room C/D


There a
re countless bad website
s

on the internet. And they
almost always have the same common denominator
-

the site
was developed around drupal, IIS, html, css, graphics etc.
-

the
content management system
-

and then, and only then, when
the site was developed

did they decide what to put into the site.
This workshop will start where best practices for website
development should start
-

with the content management
strategy
-

and, once that is addressed, then a better designed
site can be developed.


11:
45

a.m
.


1
2
:
00

p
.m.

Break


1
2
:
00

p
.m.


1:
15
p.m.

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1.

LAMP, Part 1: MySQL databases

-

Andrew
Bullen




Room H


LAMP stands for Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP, the primary
tools for creating and presenting a dynamic web site. In this
2 part session, we wi
ll examine how to create a MySQL
database, populate it with some test data, create a dynamic
web page using PHP, and connect it to the database. In Part
1, we will install and configure the MySQL database system
on participants’ laptops. We will then creat
e a database and
populate it with data. In Part 2, we will install PHP and learn
about how to create a search form to retrieve the data
entered in Part 1.


2.

Plan on It: Technology Planning for Libraries



Kendra Morgan


Room G


Participants will explore t
he fundamentals surrounding
technology planning, including the dynamics of managing
planning teams and gathering community and staff input.
We’ll discuss nurturing a culture of innovation that feeds a
technology plan, effective evaluation to guide future
d
ecisions and overcoming barriers to implementation.


3.

Libraries and eBooks: This is When Everything Changes



Bobbi Newman



Room C/D


Bobbi will discuss the past, present and possible future of
ebooks, including some resent issues such as
the
HarperCollin
s limit and the
Amazon/OverDrive

announcement.


1:
15
p.m.


2:
15

p.m.



Lunch
in Cafeteria


Photo Opportunity (Make
-
up Photo Session)



Room F


2:
15

p.m.


3:
30

p.m.


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1.

Live and Online! Webinars as a Solution for Interactive
Online Learn
ing



Lori
Reed



Room C/D


Webinars are rapidly becoming a norm for library staff
development. But what sets apart a "webinar" from active,
engaged learning? In this session you will learn how to
assess whether online training is a viable solution for you
r
library, how to select the right synchronous learning
platform for your library, and tips for creating engaging
content that promotes quality learning.


2.

Android Apps With Google App Inventor


Katrina Burns


Room G


Learn the basics for creating your ow
n Android powered
app. Begin with setting up your laptop, learn how to use the
emulator and complete an app in this session. An Android
phone is not necessary, but if you have one you can use your
new app immediately.


3.

LAMP, Part 2: PHP and dynamic web pa
ge creation



Andrew
Bullen



Room H




LAMP stands for Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP, the primary
tools for creating and presenting a dynamic web site. In this
2 part session, we will examine how to create a MySQL
database, populate it with some test data, creat
e a dynamic
web page using PHP, and connect it to the database. In Part
1, we will install and configure the MySQL database system
on participants’ laptops. We will then create a database and
populate it with data. In Part 2, we will install PHP and learn
about how to create a search form to retrieve the data
entered in Part 1.


3:
30
p.m.


3:45 p.m.


Session Discussion Time
and
Break


3:45 p.m.


5:00 p.m.


WJIL Survey for the day at
:


http://il.web
junction.org/ileadu
-
teams
-
y2





Group Time

Check
I
n/Check
I
t
O
ut Time for Apprentices


Joe Natale


Room G

5:00 p.m.


6:15 p.m.



Poster Session: Show and Tell Time


Main Concourse

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6:15 p.m.



7:00 p.m.


Dinner
in PAC Restaurant





Mentors

review of

day



Room E


7:00 p.m.



Bus Departs


7:
30

p.m.


until

Rooms available at State
House Inn for work on projects


Level
B


Assembly, Caucus and Session Rooms


Wednesday, June 15, 2011


7:45 a.m.



Bus departs from State House Inn


8:30 a.m.


8:45 a.m.


Day Review with David Lankes



Room C/D





Housekeeping details


8:45 a.m.


10:00 a.m.

Breakout Session
s



1.

DRUPAL for Non
-
Wimps (Session 1)



Mick

Jacobsen



Room C/D


Learn about the Drupal Content Management System
(CMS).


Discover how Drupal works a
s a framework for any
type of web presence.


Drupal isn't for wimps, but those of
you daring, bold, and stout
-
of
-
heart will learn an incredibly
valuable set of skills.


2.

WordPress.com


Tara
Caldara



Room G


WordPress.com or WordPress.org
--
which is for you?

WordPress.com is hosted by WordPress, easy to use and
free! WordPress.org is self
-
hosted and allows you more
control over your site and the abilitiy to customize it futher.
Come to one or both sessions on WordPress and see which
one is right for your p
roject.


Learn how to create cheap (or even free) websites using
WordPress.com. With a few upgrades, you can create a
professional site for your project. We'll cover the
management dashboard, themes and a few special features.

3.

Office Hours
:
Distance Team B
uilding

and

Adobe Connect



Katrina Burns
and
Jan
Ison


Room H

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Want to discuss how to improve your team experience
between ILEADU sessions?

Come visit with Katrina and Jan
to learn more about how to do this with Adobe Connect.

Adobe Connect is an onlin
e web conferencing tool that is
available to all ILEADU teams and it is a great way to work
together without leaving the comfort of your library or your
home.


10:00 a.m.


10:15 a.m.

Break


10:15 a.m.


11:30 a.m.

Breakout Sessions


1.

Podcasting Oral Histo
ry Interviews


Introduction


Tom
Dorst
and

Tom Peters


Room G


This session will introduce you to the technology of
podcasting as a tool for capturing and easily disseminating
project content. It will also cover techniques for conducting
effective oral
history interviews as part of an ILEAD U
project. The session will comprise discussion and
demonstrations. A second, hands
-
on session will also be
offered for those wishing to try out the technology and
practice their interviewing skills.


2.

DRUPAL for Non
-
Wimps (Session 2)



Mick

Jacobsen
and

Katrina
Burns



Room C/D


Now it is time to make a website!


This session will be
entirely hands on as we design a site together.


It is
strongly

encouraged that you attend session 1 if you plan on coming
to session 2.



3.

Managing Your Social Life

(Social Networking Tools)


Sarah
Sagmoen
and

Tara
Caldara



Room H


Objectives:

o

Explore tools for updating and managing multiple social
networks. (Hootesuite and Tweetdeck)

o

Learn how to create a Facebook page for your
project/
team.

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o

Learn how to use Twitter as an entity, instead of as an
individual.


11:30 a.m.


11:45 a.m.

Break


11:45 a.m.


1:00

p.m.

Breakout Sessions


1.

Developing Apps for the iPad and iPhone



David
Lankes



Room G


Learn about a simple way to develop your

own iPad and
iPhone apps using LiveCode. This session will be a hands on
session.


2.

Screentastic! (Session 1)



Mick

Jacobsen



Room H


If you’re interested in learning more about screencasts and
hearing tips on how to create them, this is the perfect
pro
gram for you! Screencasts are excellent tools for
demonstrating software, teaching computer skills, and
visually sharing step
-
by
-
step navigation of websites and
databases. They can be a powerful tool for all types of
libraries. Come learn how to design and

produce killer
screencasts for staff and public use, whether your targeted
audience is a single person or an entire community.

3.

Tech Soup for Libraries



Lori
Reed



Room C/D


Whether you are looking for deeply discounted software or
information about how
to seek grants, TechSoup has
something for you. Join TechSoup for Libraries Contributor,
Lori Reed, as she tells you how both she and her library
made the most of TechSoup and its free resources for
libraries.


1:00

p.m.


2:
15

p.m.


Session Discussion Tim
e
and
Lunch

in Cafeteria


2:
15

p.m.


3:
30

p.m.


Breakout Sessions


1.

Screentastic! (Session 2)

-


Mick

Jacobsen


Room H


Time to plan and produce a screencast.


By the end of this
session you will be on your way to having a screencast you
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can be proud of
.


2.

Word
Press
.org



Andrew Bullen



Room G


WordPress.com or WordPress.org
--
which is for you?
WordPress.com is hosted by WordPress, easy to use and
free! WordPress.org is self
-
hosted and allows you more
control over your site and the abilitiy to customize

it futher.
Come to one or both sessions on WordPress and see which
one is right for your project.


The wordpress.org session will show how to download and
install the wordpress software to a local server. We will
discuss how to extend wordpress with modu
les, modify its
look and feel with themes and style sheets, and how to use
wordpress as an agency
-
wide content management system.


3.

Selling Your Project in the Community



Tom
Dorst



Room
C/D


At this stage of your ILEAD U experience, you are fully
engaged

in designing an exciting and worthwhile project,
learning about new technologies and fully realizing the
power of teamwork. However, you must eventually set your
project free in the community it is intended to serve. This
session seeks to highlight some o
f the challenges and
opportunities you are likely to face and to discuss strategies
for mitigating the former and taking advantage of the latter.
You’ll be provided with a (non
-
library) scenario and each
participant will be given a role to play in presenti
ng,
analyzing and/or criticizing a community improvement
project.


3:
30

p.m.


3:
45

p.m.


Break


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3:
45

p.m.


5:00

p.m.

21st Century Learners, 21st Century Learning



Lori
Reed



Room C/D


Everyone in libraries is an educator but not everyone has a
backgro
und in education. In this session presented by, Lori Reed,
coauthor of Workplace Learning & Leadership: A Handbook for
Library and Nonprofit Trainers, you will learn some of the
fundamentals of adult learning theory including: learner versus
instructor
-
cen
tered learning, learning styles and why they are
important, how to create collaborative learning environments,
and reaching learners of all skills and abilities.


5:00

p.m.


6:00

p.m.


Daily review with Lankes


Room C/D

WJIL Survey for the day at





http://il.webjunction.org/ileadu
-
teams
-
y2



Group time

Check
I
n/Check
I
t
O
ut Time for Apprentices



Joe Natale


Room G


6:00

p.m.


6:
45

p.m.


Dinner

in PAC Restaurant


6:
45

p.m.



Bus departs


Even
ing



On Your Own


Thursday, June 16, 2011


7:45 a.m.



Bus departs from State House Inn


8:30 a.m.


8:45 a.m.


Day Review with David Lankes



Room C/D





Housekeeping details


8:45 a.m.


10:00 a.m.

Breakout Sessions


1.

Podcasting Oral History Intervie
ws


DIY



Tom Dorst
and

Tom Peters


Room G


This session will let you design and conduct an oral history
interview on a topic of your choice. You will record the
interview and create a podcast. The Introductory session is
not a prerequisite, but the basi
c facility with podcasting and
interviewing provided will be assumed in this session.

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2.

Gadget Session: What can your grant buy?



David Lankes


Room C/D


Come talk about new and cool tech for your projects and
libraries.


3.

Office Hours
:
What's up with yo
ur Community
Representatives?




Jan Ison


Room H


Come visit with Jan to check in and talk about your
experiences with your Community Representations.

What
has worked, what hasn't worked and what is the best way to
utilize these important resources.

Th
is is a time to think
about this important piece of the ILEADU experience and
share ideas and ask questions.


10:00 a.m.


10:15 a.m.

Break


10:15 a.m.


11:30 a.m.

The Atlas with David Lankes



Room C/D


11:30 a.m.


12:15 p.m.

Parting Thoughts by David
Lankes


Room C/D





WJIL Survey for the day at
:










http://il.webjunction.org/ileadu
-
teams
-
y2


12:15 p.m.


1:15 p.m.

Lunch

in Cafeteria


1:15 p.m.


2: 30 p.m.


Debrief with Mentors



Room
E





Apprentice Group Time


2:45 p.m.


4:30 p.m.


Check
-
In
/
Check It Out

Time for Apprentices



Joe Natale







Room G


4:30 p.m.



Bus departs

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PERSON S
ESSION 3


Monday, October 24, 2011



Orientation for Apprentices, Instructor Corps and Mentors.
ILEADers will be arriving at the PALHCC
later in the day.



10:45 a.m.

Shuttle departs from PALHCC to University of Illinois Springfield (UIS)



11:30 a.m.

Lunch
-

Public Affairs Center (PAC) Restaurant


Menu: Grilled Basil Chicken, Italian Style Salad
-

with sliced Roma tomatoes,
croutons, parmesan cheese, shaved red onions, green olives and assorted
dressings, Penne Pasta Salad
-

with vegetables and tomatoes, Rice Pilaf
-

with sun dried tomatoes, Sautéed Italian Vegetable Medley
-
with balsamic
vinega
r, Parmesan Garlic Breadsticks and Beverage, and Frangelico Mousse
-

with mini Italian cookies. Vegetable lasagna is available for those with dietary
restrictions.


12:30 p.m.

Round robin on the status of each team’s project
-

Room C/D


1:30 p.m.

Expect
ations of this last session




Details regarding how the project presentations will work and the graduation
ceremony


2:00 p.m.

Evaluation team update and lessons learned with David Racine


2:30 p.m.

Break


2:45 p.m.

Group discussion




What was the most val
uable aspect of the ILEAD U experience?



The least valuable?



Evaluation of the User Representative role



Status of the ILEAD USA application

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3:30 p.m.

Summary of group discussion


4:30 p.m.

Dinner
-


PAC Restaurant


Menu: Whole Earth Salad with dressings,

Chicken Oscar
-

roasted boneless
chicken breast served with crabmeat, béarnaise sauce and asparagus spears,
Rosemary Roast Pork
-

marinated and roasted pork loin, served with a savory
herb au jus and sun dried tomatoes, Herbed Roasted New Potatoes, Vegetab
le
Rice Pilaf, Steamed and Buttered Medley of Vegetables
-

includes broccoli,
cauliflower, carrots and brussels sprouts, Rolls and Beverage, and an
Assortment of Cakes and Tortes. Vegetable Towers available for those with
dietary restrictions.


5:30 p.m
.

Shuttle departs from UIS to PALHCC


6:30 p.m.

ILEADer Reception
serving light hors d’oeuvres


Governor Freeport Suite, 2
nd

Floor


PALHCC




Menu: Vegetable tray, fruit and cheese kabobs, carved roasted breast of
turkey, carved smoked honey cured ham,
poached salmon, potato chips,
assorted cookies, chocolate brownies, lemon bars and iced tea and water.


Breakout suites are available for team use on the 2
nd

Floor at the PALHCC
-

Ottawa Rooms A and B,
Governor Altgeld and Governor Bond Suites


Tuesday, O
ctober 25, 2011


Tech Petting Zoo will be available during the entire conference in Room C/D


7:45 a.m.

Shuttle departs from PALHCC to UIS


No complimentary breakfast served, plan to eat at UIS


8:00 a.m.

Breakfast

-

UIS Food Emporium



8:30 a.m.


Welcome

and Housekeeping Details



Jane Treadwell, Anne Craig, David
Racine and David Lankes


Room C/D


8:45 a.m.


Librarians as Designers: Making Deliberate Decisions


Aaron Schmidt


Room C/D



Design is more than choosing pretty colors. It’s all about solv
ing problems and
even if you don’t know it, you are a designer. In this presentation, Schmidt will
convince you to take a more active role in the design of your library. After this
presentation, you’ll have a keener critical eye and a framework through w
hich
you can make your library a place that people want to use. He will discuss
website best practices, how design research can create a truly user centered
library and explore the future of libraries.

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9:45 a.m.

Break


10:00 a.m.

Breakout sessions


1.

Assessing an ILEAD U Project: You came, you saw, you conquered…now
where are the stats!


Tom Dorst


Room E



Congratulations on planning, creating and launching your ILEAD U project,
but you’re not done just yet. ILEAD U was designed to give you the s
kills to
repeat your success in future projects. To do that you need to be able to
evaluate the success and impact of a project. This session will be a
conversation about assessing a project, so that you will be prepared and
encouraged to take on the nex
t challenge.


2.

Grant Writing is Not Begging



David Lankes


Room H


This session will cover the basics of seeking external funding for your
projects. From sources of funds, to coming up with the “pitch” we’ll take a
look at how to get folks to suppor
t your ideas with real resources.


3.

Epic Fail To Epic Success: or, can this project be saved?


Karen McBride


Room C/D


How to objectively analyze projects and services that seem to be failures, to
determine if, why and how they can be salvaged into su
ccess stories.




4. Keynote Follow
-
up
-

Aaron Schmidt


Room G


11:15 a.m.

Break

(Grab a snack, lunch is not until 12:45 p.m.)


1.

Google Analytics


Katrina Burns


Room G


You’ve built the website and published it. Now what? Who is using your
site?
How many clicks are they making while there and how long did they
stay? Even more specific: Where are they? Are these people in your
geographic or demographic area? Google Analytics is a powerful, free tool
that helps you answer these questions and mor
e. This hands
-
on session
will get you started towards understanding traffic to your site and how
people interact with your site. You will be using your group website, so
bring your passwords, etc.

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2.

ILEAD TV: Presentation Makeover Marathon!
-

Karen
McBride, Alyce Scott
and Tom Dorst
-

Room C/D


Karen McBride leads “What Not To Wear,” a brush
-
up on Speech 101
presentation tips you haven’t thought about since freshman year. Alyce
Scott leads “Top Gear,” an overview of tools, technological and traditio
nal,
to put your presentation full speed ahead. Tom Dorst leads “Don’t Sweat
It,” practical advice for when your presentation goes awry.


3.

Keeping up with Technology
-

Sarah Sagmoen and Tara Caldara
-

Room H




With busy schedules and constant changes i
n technology, keeping up with
the latest news can be overwhelming. In this session, we’ll make keeping
up with technology as easy as 1, 2, 3. 1. We’ll show you how to use tools
like Twitter and Google Reader so that all of the information you’re
interes
ted in is coming directly to you. 2. We’ll share some great
organizations, people and blogs to follow. 3. We’ll keep it all organized
with tools like Diigo. We’ll also throw in some great tips for using Apple
and Android apps to help you keep up when yo
u’re on the go. Bring your
laptops, Ipads/Tablets and/or Smartphones, because we’ll leave time at the
end to help you choose the right tools and start setting up your accounts.


12:15 p.m.

Lunch

-

UIS Food Emporium


1:30 p.m.

Team Time



Room C/D, E, and
H will be available for team time




Be aware of these questions as you prepare your presentations; What
was your objective? What was your process? What did you learn?



All presentations will include a demonstration allowing for
questions/suggestion from

ILEADers and feedback from User
Representatives if present.



UIS will assist with the recording of the demonstrations. The plan is to
upload the demonstrations to WebJunction Illinois.



Stage Practice



Brookens Auditorium


Apprentices: Check In, Chec
k It Out Time



Lynn Bierma, Anne Craig, Gwen
Harrison, Jan Ison, David Lankes, Carolyn Murphy, Joe Natale, Pat Norris and
Suzanne Schriar


Room G


Daily Evaluation at WJIL

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Practice Time for Teams:

1:30 p.m.

Team Explorers

2:00 p.m.

Project Read

2:30 p.
m.

History in the Making

3:00 p.m.

Six Mile High Digitization Photo Project

3:30 p.m.

UrInfo

4:00 p.m.

MyLib

4:30 p.m.

Transform U

5:00 p.m.

The Engaging Ones


Dinner is available whenever you decide to dine at the UIS Food Emporium


6:00 p.m.

Shuttle depa
rts from UIS to PALHCC


Breakout suites are available for team use on the 2
nd

Floor at the PALHCC
-

Ottawa Rooms A and B,
Governor Altgeld and Governor Bond Suites



Wednesday, October 26, 2011


7:45 a.m.

Shuttle departs from PALHCC to UIS


No compliment
ary breakfast served, plan to eat at UIS


8:00 a.m.

Breakfast

-

UIS Food Emporium


8:30 a.m.

Greetings



David Lankes


Brookens Auditorium



ILEAD U Teams Present


During team transition periods, visit the washrooms, get your snacks, and make your phone
calls
please. Videotaping will take place!


8:35 a.m.
-
9:20 a.m.

The Engaging Ones


9:30 a.m.
-
10:15 a.m.

Transform U


10:15 a.m.

Break


10:30 a.m.
-
11:15 a.m.

MyLib


11:25 a.m.
-
12:10 p.m.

UrInfo


12:15 p.m.
-
1:00 p.m.

Lunch



UIS Food Emporium

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1:00 p.m.
-
1:4
5 p.m.

Six Mile High Digitization Photo Project


1:55 p.m.
-
2:45 p.m.

History in the Making


2:45 p.m.
-
3:00 p.m.

Break


3:00 p.m.
-
3:45 p.m.

Project Read


3:55 p.m.
-
4:40 p.m.

Team Explorers


4:45 p.m.

Daily Evaluation on WJIL


5:00 p.m.

Dinner



UIS Food Emp
orium


5:45 p.m.

Shuttle departs from UIS to PALHCC


Enjoy your evening!


Breakout suites are available for team use on the 2
nd

Floor at the PALHCC
-

Ottawa Rooms A and B



Thursday, October 27, 2011


Options: You may check out of your room and leave lugg
age with the concierge. Or, you may check
out of your room in the morning and drive to UIS. The shuttle will be available for the return trip to
the hotel at the end of today’s activities.


7:45 a.m.

Shuttle departs from PALHCC to UIS


No complimentary
breakfast served, plan to eat at UIS


8:00 a.m.

Breakfast



UIS Food Emporium


8:30 a.m.

The Morning Conversation: how has ILEAD U affected you professionally and
perhaps personally?



Brookens Auditorium


9:30 a.m.

Break


9:45 a.m.

Awards Ceremony



Broo
kens Auditorium



Daily Evaluation at WJIL


11:15 a.m.

Wrap
-
up

-

Jane Treadwell, Anne Craig, Gwen Harrison and David Lankes


Brookens Auditorium


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12:15 p.m.

Lunch



UIS Food Emporium



Departure



Bon Voyage ILEADers!


1:00 p.m.

Check In Check It Out: App
rentice Debrief



Room TBA



2:00 p.m.

Shuttle departs from UIS to PALHCC