AIIP 2020 Annual Conference Highlights
A Pivot to Virtual: Business Development, Tools of the Trade, Professional Development, and Personal Enrichment
- AIIP was unable to hold the 2020 Annual Conference as planned in person in Denver, Colorado.
- Many sessions were delivered virtually and were recorded for member viewing.
- Read recaps of the virtual conference sessions on the AIIP Connections Blog
Speakers & Sessions
— Effective Leadership During Difficult Times. (Keynote)
Joyce Ward — The Role of Info Pros in Information Retrieval: From Text to Thought (2020 Roger Summit Award Lecture)
Richard Hulser — Working in a Gig Economy
Mark Goldstein and Marydee Ojala — 30 Sites in 45 Minutes
Kelly Berry — Small Fish in a Big Pond? How Independents Navigate the Information Industry Without Large Budgets
Eddie Ajaeb and Marcy Phelps — Mentoring Success: Benefits and Lessons Learned
Troy Wason — Opportunities in Emerging New Industries
Mark Broderick — Cryptocurrencies: What Do I Need to Know?
Kathaleen Porter, MD
Carol A. Compton
First Timers Welcome and Orientation: Get the Most out of the Conference — Cindy Shamel and Ulla de Stricker
A Second Chance at a First Impression: Non-First Timers — Anne Hengehold
Introductions — All participants
AIIP Annual Business Meeting
Sunday Morning Sendoff: Cementing the Takeaways
Build a Better Checklist — Kelly Schrank
InfoPro GROW: Business Planning Techniques — Kelly Berry
AIIP announced the recipients of several annual awards during the conference.
Roger Summit Lecture Award — Joyce Ward
Marilyn M. Levine AIIP President's Award — The AIIP Virtual Events Committee. Members Mary Ellen Bates, Kelly Berry, Liz McLean, and Betty Nordeng.
Sue Rugge Memorial Award for mentoring — Jennifer Burke
AIIP members made contributions to The Gathering Place.