Acquisitions Institute - 2022 Acquisitions Institute at Timberline Lodge

Starts:  May 21, 2022 09:00 (PT)
Ends:  May 24, 2022 17:00 (PT)
2022 Acquisitions Institute at Timberline Lodge


Balancing Acts: Censorship, Equity, and Freedom
Andrea Jamison, Assistant Professor in the School of Teaching and Learning, Illinois State University


Diversity Evaluation and Vendor Communication
Elizabeth Speer, University of North Texas Health Science Center

Situating Representations of Indigenous Knowledge in Place & Context: Recommendations for Vendors
Jean Blackburn, Vancouver Island University

Balancing Equity and Freedom in Collection Development Policies
Andrea Jamison, Illinois State University

The Anti-Racist Collections Workbook: Building More Equitable Practices at CU Boulder
Alex Watkins, University of Colorado Boulder
Arthur Aguilera, University of Colorado Boulder
Amanda Rybin Koob, University of Colorado Boulder

A Community Curated Collection in an Academic Library: Empowering Students through Collection Development
Randyn Heisserer-Miller, Colorado State University

Improving Transgender Student Resources and Services
Coby Condrey, University of North Texas

Using Business Analytic Tools to Manage A Large Approval Plan
Arthur Aguilera, University of Colorado Boulder

Putting Acquisitions into Dataset Acquisition
Sarah Forzetting, Stanford University

The Unseen Work of Developing Multilingual Collections: Workflows, Automation, and Inclusion
Adam H. Lisbon, University of Colorado Boulder

International Book Fair Book Buys for Inclusive, Diverse Collections, and Social Justice
Alma Ortega, University of San Diego

Racial Equity in Collections: Building the Collections our Libraries Need
Amy Pham, SCELC
Glenn Johnson-Grau, Loyola Marymount University

Licensed to Overdrive? Exploratory Use and Assessment of OverDrive DEI Collections in Academic Libraries
Becky Imamoto, University of California Irvine
Megan Rosenbloom, University of California Los Angeles

Also Table Talk sessions....

Conference will be at Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood in Oregon

For the 2022 conference, registration (including all meals) will be $550. (Costs for each conference are typically set in early February each year.) We group registration and meals together because it makes reimbursement easier for some people, but we can bill separately if needed. For 2022, the breakdown will be $200 for registration and $350 for meals.

The room rate varies on the type of room and number of occupants. Rates typically run from $170 USD/night to $295 USD/night for up to two people in the room. Room tax is 7.5%. A room reservation link will be sent to you in the confirmation email upon completion of the registration process. 


Timberline Lodge
27500 E Timberline Road
Government Camp, OR 97028