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The Open Hub: Six Years Of A Collaborative Oer Initiative, Jeremy Smith Nov 2017

The Open Hub: Six Years Of A Collaborative Oer Initiative, Jeremy Smith

Jeremy Smith

Presentation at the 2017 New England Faculty Development Conference


Providing A Context For Learning Using Problem-Based Learning And Assignment Scaffolding, Carrie L. Miller Nov 2017

Providing A Context For Learning Using Problem-Based Learning And Assignment Scaffolding, Carrie L. Miller

Carrie Lewis Miller, Ph.D.

No abstract provided.


Collections Decoded Presentation, Brick & Click 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Kristyn Caragher, Tracy Drake Oct 2017

Collections Decoded Presentation, Brick & Click 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Kristyn Caragher, Tracy Drake

Aisha Conner-Gaten

How are collections processed and presented in regards to race and ethnicity? What is not collected and why? Who gets to say what is worth collecting? Operating from three distinct but interlocking perspectives, we will discuss our experiences navigating collection development and collection development policies as a Black woman archivist, a White woman anti-racist public librarian, and a Black woman academic librarian. We will look at the ways in which Black women as collections professionals face invisibility, coded language, and increased mental and emotional labor while operating in a profession that is 85.2% White. We will offer practical strategies ...


Engage With Research!, Michele Gibney, Joana Fernandez Oct 2017

Engage With Research!, Michele Gibney, Joana Fernandez

Michele Gibney

The FDLA Journal, FDLA Conference, and FAMTE's journal, Transformations, are now hosted in Nova Southeastern University's NSUWorks, a repository managed by the NSU Libraries. NSUWorks' primary librarian administrator will speak about submitting to the journals and conference along with the benefits authors will receive from having their work published online. She and the Education subject specialist of NSU's Alvin Sherman Library will also cover additional open access avenues for publication and free research resources for higher education and K-12 teachers.


Poster Presentation 101, Librarian Brown Bag 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Nataly Blas Oct 2017

Poster Presentation 101, Librarian Brown Bag 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Nataly Blas

Aisha Conner-Gaten

This librarian brown bag, presented to LMU librarians, discusses:
Poster proposals
  • what to present about (work examples, events, studies, interesting histories)
  • finding a conference
  • writing an abstract
  • getting support
Poster design
  • Expectations
  • Good vs bad (Example posters – gallery walk feedback -> presentation)
  • Different materials for printing (cloth, foam board, paper, laminate) and services (Spoonflower, FedEx, Campus Graphics)
Poster presentations @ conferences
  • Materials to consider
  • Handouts
  • How to present to a crowd/Elevator speech


Closing The Digital Divide: Sharing Oer With Libraries, Schools, And Public Health Facilities In Africa And The World, Jeremy Smith Oct 2017

Closing The Digital Divide: Sharing Oer With Libraries, Schools, And Public Health Facilities In Africa And The World, Jeremy Smith

Jeremy Smith

Nearly 5 billion people around the world lack basic internet access, putting them at a severe disadvantage in terms of economic, educational, health, and social opportunity. While a number of providers are attempting to address this global digital divide, our panel will explore a collaborative effort to bridge this divide using several low-cost technological solutions, offering enormous potential for reaching the developing world. We will discuss our experiences using Outernet, Keepod, and RACHEL (Remote Area Community Hotspot for Education & Learning). These technologies allow our team to distribute open content to information-poor communities in a cost-effective and efficient way.

In partnership ...


We Should All Be Feminist.Pptx, Lynell Hodge Sep 2017

We Should All Be Feminist.Pptx, Lynell Hodge

Lynell Hodge, EdD

Feminism has faced criticism since its inception. However, if you believe in advocacy of women's rights on the basis of the equity, then there should be no concern. Nonetheless, the feminist movement one could make the argument the movement failed women because the narrative benefits only some women. Thus, there is strong need for intersectional feminism calling for more inclusion.  Intersectional feminism no longer have to choose between issues related to sex. The earliest call for this action was Sojourner Truth’s rebuke Ain’t I a Woman. This call for action is even more present as women’s ...


The Effect Of A Computing-Focused Linked-Courses Learning Community On Minority And Female Students, Amber Settle, James Doyle, Theresa Steinbach Sep 2017

The Effect Of A Computing-Focused Linked-Courses Learning Community On Minority And Female Students, Amber Settle, James Doyle, Theresa Steinbach

Amber Settle

While enrollments in computing degrees and courses have grown rapidly in the past decade, both female and minority male students remain underrepresented in computing programs. This makes recruitment and retention of these populations a continuing concern. Affinity for a major is connected to student retention, and learning communities have proven effective for this purpose. We present an evaluation of a three-year linked-courses learning community in which we measure pre- to post-quarter changes in student attitudes and resource utilization. We find that participants in the learning community are significantly more likely to report being a part of a group of programmers ...


The Institutional Review Board Tips For Success, David B. Ross, Ashley Russom Aug 2017

The Institutional Review Board Tips For Success, David B. Ross, Ashley Russom

Dr. David B. Ross

No abstract provided.


Chapter 3 Methodology And Tips For Irb Submission!, David B. Ross, Ashley Russom Aug 2017

Chapter 3 Methodology And Tips For Irb Submission!, David B. Ross, Ashley Russom

Dr. David B. Ross

No abstract provided.


Keepin' It Real, Lifelong Information Literacy Conference 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Jennifer Masunaga, Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet Jul 2017

Keepin' It Real, Lifelong Information Literacy Conference 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Jennifer Masunaga, Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet

Aisha Conner-Gaten

After an election fraught with misinformation, fake news, and hoaxes on all sides, students found it difficult to navigate digital media not only for scholarship but in their personal lives. Librarians at LMU conducted information literacy workshops to engage students with meaningful current news outlets and news stories from all political ideologies as a part of a campus-wide teach-in on Inauguration Day 2017. This presentation will provide an overview of these workshops and explain how librarians can implement similar programs while responding to a politically and emotionally-charged campus and public environment. This presentation will also discuss the workshop development process ...


Keepin' It Real, Lifelong Information Literacy Conference 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Jennifer Masunaga, Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet Jul 2017

Keepin' It Real, Lifelong Information Literacy Conference 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Jennifer Masunaga, Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet

Jennifer Masunaga

After an election fraught with misinformation, fake news, and hoaxes on all sides, students found it difficult to navigate digital media not only for scholarship but in their personal lives. Librarians at LMU conducted information literacy workshops to engage students with meaningful current news outlets and news stories from all political ideologies as a part of a campus-wide teach-in on Inauguration Day 2017. This presentation will provide an overview of these workshops and explain how librarians can implement similar programs while responding to a politically and emotionally-charged campus and public environment. This presentation will also discuss the workshop development process ...


A Method To The Madness: The Challenges & Successes Of Training Faculty To Use Brightspace, Carrie L. Miller, Jeffrey Henline Jul 2017

A Method To The Madness: The Challenges & Successes Of Training Faculty To Use Brightspace, Carrie L. Miller, Jeffrey Henline

Carrie Lewis Miller, Ph.D.

No abstract provided.


Research As Inquiry, Social Justice, And The Particularist Challenges Of Religious Traditions In An Age Of Terror And Hate Jun 2017

Research As Inquiry, Social Justice, And The Particularist Challenges Of Religious Traditions In An Age Of Terror And Hate

Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet

Although the term “social justice” itself is commonly attributed to a 19th century Catholic theologian, the concept of social justice and imperatives to work toward its realization are integral to virtually all religious and spiritual traditions. Religious traditions have historically shaped institutions and power relationships in profound ways and continue to do so alongside the rise of the “nones” (those with no religious affiliation). Moreover, the complex interplay between religious and other cultural, racial, ethnic, lingual, political, and economic forces render a critical social analysis that leaves out religious factors woefully incomplete. Engaging these traditions, then, is essential for critically ...


The Neglected Minority: Microaggression Experiences Of International Students, Shaohua (Linda) Pei, Ran Li, Linda Hagedorn Jun 2017

The Neglected Minority: Microaggression Experiences Of International Students, Shaohua (Linda) Pei, Ran Li, Linda Hagedorn

Linda Serra Hagedorn

During the 2015–16 academic year, over 4000 international students studied at Iowa State University (ISU), representing 11 percent of the overall student population. This presentation will address how international students, the neglected minority, experience daily microaggressions on campus. We will further analyze how these experiences may impact their overall satisfaction of the university. Further, we will conclude with implications and suggestions on how to promote cultural awareness and inclusiveness for international students.


Collections Decoded, Ala Annual Conference 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Tracy Drake, Kristyn Caragher May 2017

Collections Decoded, Ala Annual Conference 2017, Aisha Conner-Gaten, Tracy Drake, Kristyn Caragher

Aisha Conner-Gaten

How are collections processed and presented in regards to race and ethnicity? What is not collected and why? Who gets to say what is worth collecting? Operating from three distinct but interlocking perspectives, we will facilitate a discussion about navigating collection development and collection development policies while centering marginalized voices. The discussion will include practical strategies for developing anti-racist collection development practices and how anti-racist accomplices can both support and follow the lead of Black women librarians and archivists.


Derring Do Survey Data: Exploring Health Sciences Library Collaboration With Evaluation Experts, Marian Taliaferro, Jackie Loweree May 2017

Derring Do Survey Data: Exploring Health Sciences Library Collaboration With Evaluation Experts, Marian Taliaferro, Jackie Loweree

Marian Taliaferro

No abstract provided.


Recruiting International Master's-Level Students: Research And Good Practices, Paul Schumann, Aaron D. Clevenger, Shelby L. Cearley, Raymond Lutsky Apr 2017

Recruiting International Master's-Level Students: Research And Good Practices, Paul Schumann, Aaron D. Clevenger, Shelby L. Cearley, Raymond Lutsky

Aaron D. Clevenger

The presentation highlights new research on how international master’s-level students from different countries decide which schools to apply with a focus on how institutions can leverage this information to improve their outreach and recruitment efforts.  This is followed by a panel discussion on good practices led by international recruitment experts.
 


Lit Symposium Presentation.Pptx, Karyn Allee-Herndon, Annemarie Kaczmarczyk Apr 2017

Lit Symposium Presentation.Pptx, Karyn Allee-Herndon, Annemarie Kaczmarczyk

Karyn Allee-Herndon

This presentation discusses the importance of family partnership in young children’s foundational literacy and executive function skill development. We will begin with the research rationale behind parental and caregiver involvement and move into practical (and affordable!) activities that can be done at home. 


Aib Ib-Il Slides Final-1.Pptx, Cara Cadena, Michael E. Ricco Mar 2017

Aib Ib-Il Slides Final-1.Pptx, Cara Cadena, Michael E. Ricco

Cara Cadena

No abstract provided.


Roots Of Knowledge: Behind The Scenes, Catherine Mcintyre Feb 2017

Roots Of Knowledge: Behind The Scenes, Catherine Mcintyre

Catherine McIntyre

This presentation is based on an exhibit held in Utah Valley University's Sutherland Archives, which describes the creation process of the Roots of Knowledge stained glass windows installation in the Fulton Library's Bingham Gallery.


Scaffolding The Framework For K-16: Building An Il Curriculum For The Acrl Framework, Elizabeth Andrejasich Gibes, Heather G. James Feb 2017

Scaffolding The Framework For K-16: Building An Il Curriculum For The Acrl Framework, Elizabeth Andrejasich Gibes, Heather G. James

Elizabeth Andrejasich Gibes

In this program, the authors will address the considerations, challenges, and opportunities inherent in scaling information literacy instruction including threshold concepts to a large-scale program, specifically within a university setting but transferrable to multiple contexts. The speakers will address the flipped approach for library instruction in a First-Year Writing program as well as their expanded role in developing a new curriculum for the program. Throughout both processes, incorporating the threshold concepts of the ACRL Framework was a priority. Particularly this emphasis on scaffolding engagement with threshold concepts, that is part of the ACRL Framework, can be translated from the context ...


National Graduate Employability Research, Shelley Kinash, Linda Crane, Madelaine-Marie Judd Feb 2017

National Graduate Employability Research, Shelley Kinash, Linda Crane, Madelaine-Marie Judd

Linda Crane

Extract: To be employable once you have graduated from university means that you: Are able to demonstrate soft skills (e.g. communication, problem solving) and career specific skills (e.g. computer software) Have accumulated knowledge and can apply information in the workplace Show a positive attitude of energy, commitment and contribution Know yourself, your profile, your desired career path and be able to positively present yourself; and Leverage a developed network to connect you with career opportunities


Assessing The Value Of Electronic Music Resources Through Data: A Case Study At Two University Libraries, Veronica A. Wells, Terry Merkey, Kimmy Szeto Jan 2017

Assessing The Value Of Electronic Music Resources Through Data: A Case Study At Two University Libraries, Veronica A. Wells, Terry Merkey, Kimmy Szeto

Veronica Wells

No abstract provided.


So, I Can't Just Do Homework?: Training And Using Student Workers To The Fullest, Jessi Zimmerman, Joni D. Myers, Anne Stenzel Jan 2017

So, I Can't Just Do Homework?: Training And Using Student Workers To The Fullest, Jessi Zimmerman, Joni D. Myers, Anne Stenzel

Anne Stenzel

Panelists for this discussion presentation will kick things off by talking about how they acquire their student workers, describing training plans, and sharing some tips and techniques about what has worked and what has been less successful. Attendees will be encouraged to participate in a dialogue about the topic and to compare notes about “best practices”.


A Tale Of Two Teachers.Pptx, Marquis Grant Dec 2016

A Tale Of Two Teachers.Pptx, Marquis Grant

Marquis C. Grant, Ed.D

This presentation was delivered at the annual North Carolina Council for Exceptional Children conference in Wilmington, NC. The focus of the presentation was issues and strategies related to co-teaching in the inclusive classroom. The target audience was special education and regular education teachers interested in developing or refining their co-teaching practices.


Teaching Intervention Sabbatical Freiburg University, Andreas Schramm, Cadi Kivimagi Kiel, Jennifer Ouellette-Schramm Dec 2016

Teaching Intervention Sabbatical Freiburg University, Andreas Schramm, Cadi Kivimagi Kiel, Jennifer Ouellette-Schramm

Andreas Schramm

This is the teaching intervention used with German English-teacher candidates during my sabbatical research at Freiburg University 2016-17


Student Success And Learning Through Critical Thinking Development, Lynell Hodge Dec 2016

Student Success And Learning Through Critical Thinking Development, Lynell Hodge

Lynell Hodge, EdD

No abstract provided.


Vicarious Trauma The Unseen Burden.Pptx, Lynell Hodge Dec 2016

Vicarious Trauma The Unseen Burden.Pptx, Lynell Hodge

Lynell Hodge, EdD

What is vicarious trauma?  Vicarious trauma is a response to the continued exposure to secondary traumatic content (Figely, 2002). The difference between burnout or compassion fatigue is they can be addressed with time off or rest; however, vicarious trauma needs to be handled through coping skills and stress management.  If not addressed, vicarious trauma can have adverse impacts to a person’s cognition, self-perception, and empathetic engagement (McCann & Pearlman, 1990). Additionally, vicarious negatively impacts job satisfaction. The results of the study found for every increase in vicarious trauma, there was a decrease in job satisfaction. Vicarious trauma thus provides a ...


Seamless Cpd~Count3x~Ahc Q Roundtable~2017tf.Ppt, Theresa Frederick Dec 2016

Seamless Cpd~Count3x~Ahc Q Roundtable~2017tf.Ppt, Theresa Frederick

Terry Frederick

Using system initiatives to drive quality, patient satisfaction and credit