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Association of Architecture School Librarians Conference 2015: Toronto: Home

Conference Planning Committee

Conference Planning Committee Co-chairs/Conference Contacts

Elizabeth Schaub and Martha Walker

Planning Committee Members

Jeff Alger
Sonny Banerjee
Cindy Derrenbacker
Barbara Opar
Rose Orcutt
Irene Puchalski

Graphic Designer (AASL Toronto 2015 banner)

John Barradas, AIA


Material Connexion
University of Toronto John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design
Ryerson University Library & Archives

Association of Architecture School Librarians Annual Conference 2015

Conference Location and Dates:

Toronto, Ontario, March 17-19, 2015.

Conference Theme:

Building on the core concepts of this year’s ACSA theme, The Expanding Periphery and the Migrating Center, the Conference Planning Committee has developed a suite of programs, tours, talks, and social events designed to address AASL members’ interests.

Schedule at a Glance:

Please see the conference program page for detailed information. Times subject to change. See Program & Registration page for detailed conference program.

Tuesday, March 17

9am-10am: registration

10am-noon: Brunch and guest speaker Shawn Micallef

12:30pm-5:30pm: Session 1 + Tours: Celebrating the Life and Work of Canadian Architect Raymond Moriyama and Space Planning

Wednesday, March 18

8:30am-10am: Business Meeting

10:15am-11:15am: Session 2: Products & Resources Update

11:30am-12:30pm: Session 3: Lightning Round Presentations

2pm-8pm: Aga Khan Museum visit and group dinner

Thursday, March 19

8:30am-9:45am: Session 4: Altmetrics

10am-11:30am: Session 5: Voices From the Field: Researching Women in Architecture

11:45am-12:45pm: Session 6: Exploring Common Ground and Key Takeaways

2pm-5pm: Tours: City Hall, Ryerson Student Learning Centre, and Ryerson Image Centre