LIT 2022 took place as a virtual conference on Monday, May 16th via Zoom, with a theme of Community-Culture-Comfort.
Recordings for most of the sessions are now available the LIT YouTube channel! You can also take a look at the conference program to see what sessions were offered.
In coordination with the virtual conference, LIT hosted a one-day, in-person retreat at Austin Peay State University on Friday, May 20th. The retreat focused on self-centering, conflict management, relaxation, community, and renewal. You can review a detailed program, as well as these materials from the presenters:
- Journaling for Creative Organization, Grace Therrell, University of Tennessee Knoxville
- Imposter Phenomenon “Talk Therapy” Roundtable, Caitlin Harrington, Head of Information Access Services, Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Memphis (presented by Jessica McClure)
- Labyrinths in the Library, Andy Foskey, Lead Instruction Librarian at Chattanooga State Community College
- Starting a Meditation Practice, Liz Norell, Associate Professor of Political Science, Chattanooga State Community College