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I count no less than seven sessions concerning collaboration at the 2011 ACRL Conference.  There are probably others that mention collaboration in their abstracts or session descriptions, but these have collaboration in their titles.

Mashup or Crashup: Collaborating with intra and extra library partners to create a merged library service desk

Building a “Town and Gown” Collaborative Partnership to Promote Diversity and Literacy: A University Library’s Involvement in the National African American Read-In Chain Literacy Initiative

User Experience as Professional Development: Transforming Services through Collaborative Assessment

Data-Driven Library Web Design: Making Usability Testing Work with Collaborative Partnerships

A More Perfect Union: Campus Collaborations for Curriculum Mapping Information Literacy Outcomes

“Hanging Together”: Collaboration Between Information Literacy and Writing Programs Based on the ACRL Standards and the WPA Outcomes

Collaborative Collection Development + Patron-Driven Acquisitions = A Win-Win for Libraries and Patrons

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