The Academic Library in Times of Change

April 13, 2018

Collaborations between faculty, subject librarian, and library special collections: Increasing student engagement with primary sources.

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Amazing things happen when a social science librarian, a special collections librarian, and a political science professor collaborate to introduce […]

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DIY Spaces in an Age of Change: Creating a STEM Collaborative Learning Center with Campus Partners

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

What happens when key campus partners are running very successful undergraduate education programs but don’t have adequate space for them? […]

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Can Librarians Wear Plaid? Early Insights into Forming a Matrix Organization

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

In 2016-2017, most public services units in UCLA Library were merged into a new reporting structure under a single Associate […]

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Articulating Information Literacy in Introductory Writing – Librarians and Faculty Collaborate

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Information literacy is of critical importance, and yet, many college students still lack basic information literacy skills. In 2017, librarians […]

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Creating Community: An Experiment in Instructional Development

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

This poster describes a pilot project called Instructional Learning Communities, inspired by the model of reflective peer mentoring described by […]

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Information Visualization Skills in Digital Humanities Research: An Academic Librarian’s Perspective

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Information visualization is prevalent in the practice of many aspects of digital humanities research. Literature has also discussed how information […]

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Seizing Opportunity and Building Consensus: Establishing a Data Services Program

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Data services are an emerging function of academic libraries. These services may include (but are not limited to): data management […]

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Slack and Communication: Tales from the Reference Department Student Workers

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Slack is an effective communication tool if you are insane enough to require library student workers to use it during […]

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Turning a marathon into a sprint: Metadata creation for the 700+ websites of the CA.gov Web Archive of California Government Documents

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

California state government publications have nearly ceased being distributed in print; instead, they are now almost exclusively born-digital and available […]

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Hashtag Info Lit: A text analysis of information literacy tweets

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

This poster will provide a text analysis of tweets related to information literacy, the ACRL Framework, and critical librarianship. Viewers […]

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New Tool in Town: Identifying the Good, the Bad, and the Predatory OA Journal

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

As publishing models continue to change and evolve, libraries have remained constant in their pursuit of information access. After nearly […]

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Integrating Circulated Technology into the Library Collection Development Plan

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Academic libraries are increasingly focused on the acquisition and expansion of circulating technology collections. These collections are often governed by […]

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Where the Wild Things Are: Bring K-12 Students to Special Collections for Adventures!

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

What is the best way to spark curiosity in young students about our shared human past and create a bridge […]

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Using your Public Library as a Partner: Cal Poly Pomona University Library and County of Los Angeles Public Library’s MākMō (Maker Mobile)

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Learn how Cal Poly Pomona University Library partnered with the County of Los Angeles Public Library MākMō (Maker Mobile) to […]

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Plans and Pivots: Embracing Change in an IR Marketing and Outreach Program

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Have you designed, implemented, and assessed the success of an outreach and marketing program to encourage faculty deposits to your […]

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Thresholds and Borderlands: Using Chicana Feminist Theory to Navigate Changing Identities

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Instruction librarians embedded in the first-year experience of first-generation college students are uniquely positioned to shepherd novice researchers across a […]

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Poster Sessions for the Public: A unique outreach and education opportunity

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

As part of March for Science Miami, I organized a poster session as part of a science expo. While the […]

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Embracing expanded librarian roles in scholarly communications

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

Scholars have many different ways of promoting and sharing their work in the current information landscape. In addition to the […]

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Putting Our Best Faces Forward: Library Marketing Efforts Trading Headshots for Testimonials

5:30  -  7:30
Ballroom

One university leveraged the resources available in its library multimedia department to trade headshots of students for use in professional […]

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