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Where To Publish & Author Rights At A Glance, Sarah A. Norris Dec 2017

Where To Publish & Author Rights At A Glance, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Presented at the Fall 2017 Thesis & Dissertation Forum held at the John C. Hitt Library on Tuesday, December 12, 2017.

Abstract:

Learn to be a savvy author! This session will give you a general overview of criteria to use when considering submitting your work for publication and basic information about copyright as it pertains to publishing.


Inciting Action: Assessment Reporting Strategies That Fuel Change And Improve Learning, Kathy E. Clarke, Gretchen A. Hazard Nov 2017

Inciting Action: Assessment Reporting Strategies That Fuel Change And Improve Learning, Kathy E. Clarke, Gretchen A. Hazard

Libraries

All assessment practitioners know the penultimate goal is loop closing. But we also live with the reality that assessment is also beholden to the Gods of Accountability. As assessment professionals, we dutifully attend to the cycle of improving student learning, but at each step in the cycle we must continue to hone our skills. Results reporting may seem like the least sexy of all of the steps in our practice, but we argue that is singularly important and represents a high art of assessment craft. Results must be engaging, actionable, meet accountability mandates, and importantly read by those who can …


Inciting Action: Assessment Reporting Strategies That Fuel Change And Improve Learning, Kathy E. Clarke, Gretchen A. Hazard Nov 2017

Inciting Action: Assessment Reporting Strategies That Fuel Change And Improve Learning, Kathy E. Clarke, Gretchen A. Hazard

Libraries

All assessment practitioners know the penultimate goal is loop closing. But we also live with the reality that assessment is also beholden to the Gods of Accountability. As assessment professionals, we dutifully attend to the cycle of improving student learning, but at each step in the cycle we must continue to hone our skills. Results reporting may seem like the least sexy of all of the steps in our practice, but we argue that is singularly important and represents a high art of assessment craft. Results must be engaging, actionable, meet accountability mandates, and importantly read by those who can …


Storage Warriors: Survivors Of The Big Move, Narda Tafuri, Sheli Pratt-Mchugh, Sharon Wiles-Young, Erika Johnson, Britt Mueller Nov 2017

Storage Warriors: Survivors Of The Big Move, Narda Tafuri, Sheli Pratt-Mchugh, Sharon Wiles-Young, Erika Johnson, Britt Mueller

Gleeson Library Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship

As library collections continue to grow, stacks become overcrowded and library space is repurposed for patrons, librarians must transform into: Storage Warriors. Panelists will discuss the planning, organization, preparation and execution of three different library storage projects – two remote and one on campus, including lessons learned, key takeaways and post-move plans.

Sheli McHugh and Narda Tafuri will talk about the move of over 10,000 books from the University of Scranton to an off-site storage location last summer. Included will be the steps taken to get faculty buy in as well as the technical processes involved in executing the project, …


From Climate Change To Vaccination Safety: Teaching Information Literacy In An Undergraduate Epidemiology Course, Amy Dailey, Meggan D. Smith Nov 2017

From Climate Change To Vaccination Safety: Teaching Information Literacy In An Undergraduate Epidemiology Course, Amy Dailey, Meggan D. Smith

All Musselman Library Staff Works

“Fake news” and “alternative facts” are now ubiquitous terms. Teaching information and scientific literacy is essential if we expect students to become well-informed citizens prepared to navigate today’s digital landscape, political climate, and 24-hour cable news cycle. A professor and a research librarian designed assignments over the course of the semester to address the following information literacy outcomes in an undergraduate epidemiology class. Students should be able to: 1) Examine and compare information from various sources in order to evaluate accuracy, authority, currency, and point of view; 2) Recognize the cultural, physical, or other context within which information is created …


Open Humanities: Strategies For Creating Open Access Course Materials, John Venecek, Christian Beck, John Raible, Sarah A. Norris, Lily Flick Nov 2017

Open Humanities: Strategies For Creating Open Access Course Materials, John Venecek, Christian Beck, John Raible, Sarah A. Norris, Lily Flick

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

As textbook affordability and access to information become important topics on university campuses and within the population more generally, finding ways to decrease book costs in a humanities classroom while providing the best possible resources for students emerges as a multi-disciplinary strategy that requires cooperation across campus. Open Access texts are a way to offer content for free, but humanities assembling this type of text in the humanities is often restricted by copyright and intellectual property. Utilizing materials found in public domain or with a Creative Commons license, however, provides an opportunity to create Open Access texts. In spring 2016, …


The Challenges To Learning In A Digital Age: Exploring Issues Of Access And Equity, Sandy Avila, Sarah A. Norris Nov 2017

The Challenges To Learning In A Digital Age: Exploring Issues Of Access And Equity, Sandy Avila, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

As teaching and learning evolves to meet the demands of an increasingly digital world, we find these experiences transformed by hard unsolved problems and burgeoning opportunities yet to be explored and identified. Of critical importance to learning in the digital age are the issues of access and equity. These issues, while long prevalent in academia and beyond, have become increasingly more significant as the shift towards online and digital technologies provides new pedagogical possibilities we could not have predicted. Like faculty and students, libraries and librarians have equally felt this digital shift. The challenges faced provide an interconnected struggle that …


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 for …


Show, Don't Tell: Embedding Library Services Into The Campus Website And Community, Stephanie Davis-Kahl Oct 2017

Show, Don't Tell: Embedding Library Services Into The Campus Website And Community, Stephanie Davis-Kahl

Stephanie Davis-Kahl

No abstract provided.


I'M An Archivist Not A Digital Mastermind!: Tips And Tools For Archival Digitization, Michele Gibney, Gena Meroth Oct 2017

I'M An Archivist Not A Digital Mastermind!: Tips And Tools For Archival Digitization, Michele Gibney, Gena Meroth

Michele Gibney

Archives are no longer closed departments, hoarding their treasures from the world. Archival staff have had to adapt and take advantage of new technologies to disseminate collections to broader audiences. We will showcase four digitized archival collections from Nova Southeastern University’s Archives: A chronology using the third party app, TimelineJS An Archives/graduate student collaboration of “Looking Into The Past” photos using geolocational information on Google Maps A donated collection of underwater slide photography with digitization and taxonomic identification efforts by staff at the NSU Oceanographic Center Library An Oral Histories project using Kaltura Video Platform Potential learning outcomes for attendees: …


Integrating Standards Into Your Curriculum, Margaret Phillips, Michael Fosmire, Paul B Mcpherson Oct 2017

Integrating Standards Into Your Curriculum, Margaret Phillips, Michael Fosmire, Paul B Mcpherson

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

This PowerPoint presentation was delivered as part of a workshop titled Integrating Standards into Your Curriculum at Purdue University in October 2017. Additional materials from the workshop can be located here: http://guides.lib.purdue.edu/NIST_standards (see the "standards workshop materials" tab).


New Librarians Network Presentation, Lori Fielding, Susan Direnzo Oct 2017

New Librarians Network Presentation, Lori Fielding, Susan Direnzo

Lori Fielding

No abstract provided.


Open Access And Copyright For Theses And Dissertations, Erin Jerome Oct 2017

Open Access And Copyright For Theses And Dissertations, Erin Jerome

Open Access Week

What is the benefit for choosing open access for your dissertation or thesis? How can your copyright choices help or hurt your scholarship? In this workshop, librarian Erin Jerome will present an overview of open access, copyright, and fair use as it relates to your research. We will also allow for plenty of time to discuss your thoughts and questions about these issues.


Open Educational Resources Workshop, Open Access Week 2017, Anne Shelley Oct 2017

Open Educational Resources Workshop, Open Access Week 2017, Anne Shelley

Faculty and Staff Publications – Milner Library

This presentation was given in recognition of Open Access Week 2017. The presenter provided an introduction to open educational resources--what they are, where to find them, why they're being adopted by higher education institutions, and roles the library can play. The presenter covered details on CARLI's membership in the Open Textbook Network and what that participation means for Milner Library and Illinois State University. The presenter shared what she learned during OTN training sessions she attended in August 2017, including talking with faculty about open textbooks, tracking student savings, and building a program on campus.


You've Finished Your Research...Now What?, Sarah A. Norris, Christina C. Wray Oct 2017

You've Finished Your Research...Now What?, Sarah A. Norris, Christina C. Wray

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

The research is complete and you’ve written your findings, now you’re ready to join the scholarly conversation, but you want to make sure you publish it in the right place to fit your future plans. This workshop, held during Open Access Week, explores the publishing options available and the pros and cons of each model. Learn more about traditional scholarly publishing, open access options and utilizing institutional repositories to make your research widely available.


Creative Commons 101, Christina C. Wray, Sarah A. Norris Oct 2017

Creative Commons 101, Christina C. Wray, Sarah A. Norris

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Calling all artists, musicians and writers! You’ve put your heart and a whole lot of energy into creating a new work and the next step is to share it with the world, but what’s the best way to do that, and keep it safe? This workshop, held during Open Access Week, explores the variety of licenses available for creative works, how to license your work, where to share it and retain your rights.


Open Access Workshop, Open Access Week 2017, Grace Allbaugh, Marisa Brooks, Jim Cunningham, Patrice Prud'homme, Anne Shelley, Joe Zumalt Oct 2017

Open Access Workshop, Open Access Week 2017, Grace Allbaugh, Marisa Brooks, Jim Cunningham, Patrice Prud'homme, Anne Shelley, Joe Zumalt

Faculty and Staff Publications – Milner Library

This presentation was given in recognition of Open Access Week 2017. Presenters provided a brief introduction to open access, news about our institutional repository ISU ReD, and explored some current issues related to open access and repositories. Members of the IR Core Team will provided updates on ISU ReD, such as new and upcoming collections, services for faculty, information on electronic theses and dissertations, and refresher training on self-depositing items. Presenters also discussed broader topics related to repositories and open access, such as Elsevier's acquisition of bepress and resources for faculty who have questions about predatory journals or paying for …


Plan Like An Architect: Adapting Architectural Programming For The Digital Project, Elizabeth Andrejasich Gibes Oct 2017

Plan Like An Architect: Adapting Architectural Programming For The Digital Project, Elizabeth Andrejasich Gibes

Elizabeth Andrejasich Gibes

No abstract provided.


Critical Media Literacies: Collaboration And Partnership, Sarah-Anne Kennedy, Roisin Guilfoyle Oct 2017

Critical Media Literacies: Collaboration And Partnership, Sarah-Anne Kennedy, Roisin Guilfoyle

Conference papers

“We are far more united and have far more in common with each other than things that divide us.” –Jo Cox

“The BAI has chosen to publish this document in the spirit of collaboration and in the hope that the framework will help all stakeholders and recognise what role they can play and identify opportunities for collaboration” -Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI)

Media Literacy Policy Critical Media Literacies: Collaboration and Partnership with Information Literacy Sarah-Anne Kennedy, Assistant Librarian, DIT Library Services Roisin Guilfoyle, Assistant Librarian, DIT Library Services.

Both Librarians and Academics working in media disciplines are involved in teaching …


Flipping The Classroom For Endnote Instruction, Roman Koshykar Oct 2017

Flipping The Classroom For Endnote Instruction, Roman Koshykar

Upstate New York Science Librarians Conference

Presentation on how to efficiently offer EndNote instruction to students using streaming tutorials. The presenter discusses the need for asynchronous instruction to meet student needs, technology considered that did not work for this purpose, and the successful solution to this problem. The presentation includes information on software selection, usage data, a timeline for implementation, and future goals. The advantages of this "flipping the classroom" are outlined.


Teaching With The Louisiana Digital Library, Elizabeth J. Kelly, Cara M. Key, Michael F. Waugh Oct 2017

Teaching With The Louisiana Digital Library, Elizabeth J. Kelly, Cara M. Key, Michael F. Waugh

Faculty Publications

The Louisiana Digital Library recently migrated to a new platform, which has a modern design that showcases the valuable and diverse collections within, making it a great tool for library instruction. This session will highlight the features and collections of the LDL that would be useful for instruction, along with real-world case studies, and suggestions for building lesson plans for digital library materials.


If You Know More, You'll Find More: A Cataloger's Tips On Getting The Most From Your Catalog, Michael J. Monaco Oct 2017

If You Know More, You'll Find More: A Cataloger's Tips On Getting The Most From Your Catalog, Michael J. Monaco

Michael Monaco

Slides from a webinar on searching in various ILS, OPACs, and Discovery Layers.


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


Design Thinking In The Library: An Overview And A Story, Anne Shelley, Chad M. Kahl Oct 2017

Design Thinking In The Library: An Overview And A Story, Anne Shelley, Chad M. Kahl

Faculty and Staff Publications – Milner Library

No abstract provided.


Rebellions Are Built On Hope: Joining Forces To Support Oer In A Restrictive Institutional Environment, Aimee Denoyelles, John Raible, Sarah A. Norris, Rich Gause, Penny Beile Oct 2017

Rebellions Are Built On Hope: Joining Forces To Support Oer In A Restrictive Institutional Environment, Aimee Denoyelles, John Raible, Sarah A. Norris, Rich Gause, Penny Beile

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Librarians and instructional designers (IDs) from a university in the U.S. will describe the partnership formed to promote no-cost textbook solutions (OER, library-sourced) in the face of a restrictive environment. The institution is divided in two tiers: the President's Office, which oversees non-academic functions such as Business Services, and the Provost's Office, which is responsible for teaching and learning. This creates an inherent tension concerning course materials and revenue, troubling the conception of education as a fundamentally shared practice. Our group aimed to promote change at the university level, while also collaborating to facilitate the efforts of faculty.

Typically, the …


You Can Take The Librarian Out Of The Building: Pop-Up Libraries For All, Grace Allbaugh, Susan Franzen, Anne Shelley, Kathryn Wicks Oct 2017

You Can Take The Librarian Out Of The Building: Pop-Up Libraries For All, Grace Allbaugh, Susan Franzen, Anne Shelley, Kathryn Wicks

Faculty and Staff Publications – Milner Library

The pop-up craze goes beyond restaurants— now you can have your very own pop-up library! Reach patrons in a whole new way by bringing the library to them. Learn best practices for starting a pop-up library, discover benefits and challenges, and gain insight for collaboration opportunities. Presenters will talk about what to bring and how to get it there, choosing times and locations, and mobilizing your pop-up library for success. No matter what type of library you work in, you will want to get rolling on this project right away!


How To Make Gifs, Rebecca Bakker Oct 2017

How To Make Gifs, Rebecca Bakker

Works of the FIU Libraries

This workshop was presented as part of the Digital Studio Workshop series to aide participants in creating a GIF for the Digital Public Library of America's annual GIF IT UP campaign.


Data Sharing And Re-Use: Barriers And Incentives., Carol Tenopir Oct 2017

Data Sharing And Re-Use: Barriers And Incentives., Carol Tenopir

DataONE Sociocultural and Usability & Assessment Working Groups

No abstract provided.


Research Data Services And The Role Of Libraries., Carol Tenopir Oct 2017

Research Data Services And The Role Of Libraries., Carol Tenopir

DataONE Sociocultural and Usability & Assessment Working Groups

No abstract provided.


Incorporating Active Learning Into A One-Shot For Engineering Technology Students: What Worked And What Failed, Sarah E. Wagner Sep 2017

Incorporating Active Learning Into A One-Shot For Engineering Technology Students: What Worked And What Failed, Sarah E. Wagner

Sarah Wagner

This short talk will discuss the experience of incorporating active learning to a one-shot information literacy session for engineering technology students. The librarian will cover her reflections from the session, compare that to the student feedback received, and offer suggestions for librarians seeking to incorporate active learning activities into their instruction.