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J.W. Jones Student Union, 3rd Floor Lobby - 8:00 to 8:45 a.m.
J.W. Jones Student Union, Ballroom - 8:00 to 9:10 a.m.
J.W. Jones Student Union, Ballroom - 8:40 to 8:55 a.m.
J.W. Jones Student Union, 9:10 - 10:00 a.m.
- Did You See What I Did? Three Steps to Effective Marketing [Meeting Room A]
- Sustaining Electronic and Print Reserves Services in the Era of the LMS [Meeting Room B]
- Assessment in Action: A Journey toward Transforming an Academic Library's Value [Meeting Room C]
- Social Media in the Classroom: Assessment and Evaluation [Meeting Room D]
- “Measuring That Which Is Valued”: Implementing and Managing Efficient Formative Assessment and Evaluation of Library Instruction [Boardroom]
J.W. Jones Student Union, 10:10 - 11:00 a.m.
- Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes: Turn and Face the Strange ILS [Meeting Room A]
- Throwing a Hail Mary: A Librarian Teaches Academic Success for Student-Athletes [Meeting Room B]
- Library Publishing: What's in it for You? [Meeting Room C]
- LibGuides Best Practices: How Usability Testing Showed Us What Students Really Want from Subject Guides [Meeting Room D]
- Going Beyond the "One-shot": Spiraling Information Literacy Across Four Years [Boardroom]
J.W. Jones Student Union, 11:10 - 12:00 p.m.
- Building a Community of Practice [Meeting Room A]
- Engineering a New Home: Creating a Repository Collection for Faculty [Meeting Room B]
- Teaching Citation Metrics [Meeting Room C]
- Be the Change or: What Happened When Librarians Stopped B*tchin’ and Did Something [Meeting Room D]
- Lightning Round
- Archives 2.0 on a Shoestring [Boardroom]
- The Library CAN Assist in Recruitment for the University [Boardroom]
- "You Want Me to Take My Headphones Off!?": A Student-Centered Transformative Customer Service Training Approach [Boardroom]
- The Value of Graphic Novels: Furthering the Cause of Information Literacy [Boardroom]
Ideas for using student employees and available digital resources to increase access and preserve your archival legacy will be presented in this lightning round. These ideas grew from increased interest in Doane College's Archives when staff and budget for making the primary resources available for research were in short supply.
Many universities stress the importance of recruitment to all employees and departments. This program discusses one way the McMahan Library, on Southwestern Oklahoma State University-Sayre campus, has joined forces with other departments to aid in recruitment.
Transitioning to a student-centered library model during the 2014/15 academic year, the Access Services Librarian implemented a training facilitation method where student workers develop front desk rules, customer service standards, and the desired library experience for students, faculty, and outside visitors. This presentation will highlight the transformative outcomes this training program had on the library and patrons.
A brief literature review of the use of graphic novels reveals to the researcher that the use of graphic novels has moved far beyond appealing to the visual learner. This session highlights multiple ways that graphic novels are currently used in and out of classrooms.
J.W. Jones Student Union, Ballroom - 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
* Door Prizes at 12:30 p.m.
J.W. Jones Student Union, 1:00 - 1:50 p.m.
- Surviving the First Year in an Administrative Role: Challenges, Opportunities, and Lessons Learned [Meeting Room A]
- Teaching to the Task: Authentic Assessment and Information Literacy [Meeting Room B]
- The Effect of Short-Term Loan Price Increases on Patron-Driven Acquisitions [Meeting Room C]
- All the Wrong Places: Looking for (and Finding) Information Literacy in the Undergraduate Curriculum [Meeting Room D]
- Lightning Round
- Using a Murder Mystery to Teach Evaluation Skills [Boardroom]
- Collaborating with Faculty: Getting the Students In to the Library [Boardroom]
- Quick & Pretty: Designing Marketing Materials without Being a Designer [Boardroom]
- Swimming with the MOOCs: Creating Active Learning Modules for Database Instruction [Boardroom]
Too often, evaluation is introduced briefly in a one-shot session then practiced in a static lesson. An online multimedia murder mystery game engages students as a dynamic exercise of evaluation. This presentation walks the audience through the process of creating an online murder mystery to teach and reinforce evaluation skills.
How can we interact with students in an era of declining reference usage? By including librarians in an assignment, students must come to the library, reach out to a librarian, and learn about the needed resources on a one-on-one basis. Discover how this might be a viable option for you.
You don't need to be a graphic designer to design beautiful and engaging promotional materials! In this lightning round talk, we will discuss free, easy-to-use web-based tools that can be leveraged to quickly produce professional-looking flyers, infographics, slideshows, and more.
McGoogan Library dove into the MOOC craze and created learning modules using the database PubMed. Come and learn from our experiences, as we answer the question: was it worth the time and work involved?
- Capturing the Benefits of Open Access in Interlibrary Loan [Meeting Room E]
J.W. Jones Student Union, 2:00 - 2:50 p.m.
- Reaching Faculty, Teaching Students [Meeting Room A]
- Scoring Library Points with Modern Board Games [Meeting Room B]
- A Toolkit for Reframing Services for a Diverse Group: A Research Study of International Students at Illinois Institutions [Meeting Room C]
- Managing the Waves of Change: What It Took to Unify a Library’s Operation with Its New Mission [Meeting Room D]
Recently, Lexington Theological Seminary transitioned to be completely online. In response, the Library underwent changes. Hear how the Library managed the changes with a: (1) Reduction of its collection, space and budget, (2) Expansion of its online presence with electronic resources and services. Learn how it leveraged cloud-based technology to support its online users.
- Academic Literacies: Integrating Research and Writing into a Workshop Series [Boardroom]
J.W. Jones Student Union, Ballroom - 2:50 to 3:10 p.m.
J.W. Jones Student Union, 3:10 - 4:00 p.m.
- Active Learning Exercises for Teaching Visual Literacy [Meeting Room A]
- Undergraduate and Graduate Services: Opposite Sides of the Same Coin? [Meeting Room B]
- Hacked! How we avoided a Search Engine Ranking Disaster [Meeting Room C]
- Ghost Town Resurrected: Exposing Diverse Archival and Educational Materials through Electronic Publishing [Meeting Room D]
- How to Make your Instruction Suck Less [Boardroom]