Sink Or Swim? A Case-Study Approach To Teaching Information Evaluation, 2020 Utah State University
Sink Or Swim? A Case-Study Approach To Teaching Information Evaluation, Katie Strand, Rachel Wishkoski
Library Faculty & Staff Publications
This paper is part of the LOEX 2019 conference proceedings and reports on an engaging information evaluation lesson designed by a team of librarians at Utah State University. Teaching evaluation skills in the highly emotional world of fake news is a daunting task. The lesson described here uses realistic case studies to give students the critical distance necessary to practice evaluation before diving into their personal research and biases. The article outlines the lesson’s case study activity and rationale in teaching students adaptable evaluation skills that they can apply in their academic, professional, and personal lives.
Community College Librarians And The Acrl Framework: Findings From A National Study, 2020 CUNY Queensborough Community College
Community College Librarians And The Acrl Framework: Findings From A National Study, Susan T. Wengler, Christine Wolff-Eisenberg
Publications and Research
This study explored community college librarians’ engagement with the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. A national online survey with 1,201 community college librarian respondents reveals limited familiarity with and integration of the Framework into community college instruction to date. Findings indicate an openness to future adoption, as well as substantial interest in targeted professional development and a version of the Framework adapted for community college campuses. These results contribute benchmark instructional data on an understudied section of academic librarianship and add to the growing body of research on how librarians have updated teaching practices in response to ...
Demographic Variables And Academic Discipline As Determinants Of Undergraduates’ Use Of Electronic Library Resources In Federal Universities In South-West, Nigeria, 2019 Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho,Oyo state. Nigeria
Demographic Variables And Academic Discipline As Determinants Of Undergraduates’ Use Of Electronic Library Resources In Federal Universities In South-West, Nigeria, Adefunke Sarah Ebijuwa, Iyabo Mabawonku Professor
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
Undergraduates use electronic library resources for academic activities because it offers access to relevant and current information from different subject areas. Literature review indicated that undergraduates’ use of electronic library resources is low in Nigeria owing to a number of factors that are largely attributed to user’s attitude, computer literacy and information retrieval skills, but, little attention was given to factors such as demographic variables and academic discipline. This study, therefore, examined demographic variables (age, gender) and academic discipline as determinants of undergraduates’ use of electronic library resources in in federal universities in South-west, Nigeria. The descriptive survey research ...
The Ripple Effect Of A New Service Point, 2019 Clemson University
The Ripple Effect Of A New Service Point, Bobby Hollandsworth, Kelsey Sheaffer
No abstract provided.
Successful Space Management Projects: The R. M. Cooper Library Adobe Digital Studio Experience, 2019 Clemson University
Successful Space Management Projects: The R. M. Cooper Library Adobe Digital Studio Experience, Derek Wilmott, Bobby Hollandsworth
No abstract provided.
Hip-Hop Librarianship For Scholarly Communication: An Approach To Introducing Topics, 2019 Murray State University
Hip-Hop Librarianship For Scholarly Communication: An Approach To Introducing Topics, Arthur J. Boston
Arthur J. Boston
Impact Of The Ocean Waves Workshop On The Marine Science And Technology Community, 2019 University of New Orleans
Impact Of The Ocean Waves Workshop On The Marine Science And Technology Community, Jeanne Pavy, Charles R. Nichols
Ocean Waves Workshop
The Earl K. Long Library at the Univeristy of New Orleans uses ScholarWorks@UNO, an open access digital repository, to collect, preserve, and disseminate Ocean Waves Workshop content for a global audience. ScholarWorks resides on the Digital Commons platform, which is optimized for discoverability through search engines such as Google Scholar, increasing visibility and impact. UNO library staff work with the Ocean Waves Workshop planning committee to assign metadata to workshop materials that can then be rapidly shared online. The repository also ensures long-term, stable preservation of workshop content. The archive of workshop material and its extensive worldwide use demonstrate ...
From Responsible Custody To Responsible Stewardship, 2019 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
From Responsible Custody To Responsible Stewardship, Michelle Light
Library Faculty Publications
Light analyzes "responsible custody," one of eleven core values of archivists as described by the Society of American Archivists. After reviewing professional literature about postcustodial debates in the electronic records environment, advocacy for cultural sensitivity in native or colonial archives, and new models for stewardship associated with the community archives movement, Light proposes to revise this core value as "responsible stewardship."
Evaluating Zotero, Sherpa/Romeo, And Unpaywall In An Institutional Repository Workflow, 2019 East Tennessee State University
Evaluating Zotero, Sherpa/Romeo, And Unpaywall In An Institutional Repository Workflow, Ashley D.R. Sergiadis
ETSU Faculty Works
East Tennessee State University developed a workflow to add journal publications to their institutional repository and faculty profiles using three tools: Zotero for entering metadata, SHERPA/RoMEO for checking copyright permissions, and Unpaywall for locating full-text documents. This study evaluates availability and accuracy of the information and documents provided by Zotero, SHERPA/RoMEO, and Unpaywall for journal publications in four disciplines. The tools were less successful with works authored by arts and humanities and education faculty in comparison to works authored by medicine and health sciences and social and behavioral sciences faculty. The findings suggest that publisher practices contributed to ...
Surveying Libraries To Identify Best Practices For A Menu Approach For Library Instruction Requests, 2019 Radford University
Surveying Libraries To Identify Best Practices For A Menu Approach For Library Instruction Requests, Candice Benjes-Small, Jennifer L. Dorner, Robert Schroeder
A challenging situation has developed in regards to library instruction. With increases in both the quantity of information and the variety of information technologies being made available to researchers, the information literacy landscape is getting more complex. Simultaneously, the time allotted for library instruction is remaining essentially the same. In order to market the breadth of content available for library instruction sessions and to promote collaboration between librarians and teaching faculty in order to create optimal instruction sessions an 'a la carte menu' approach to library instruction requests was adopted by Radford University in 2004. Since the late 1990s a ...
Working Class In The Library, 2019 Portland State University
Working Class In The Library, Robert Schroeder
Portland State University is an urban, access university. This means that students don’t face nearly as many academic barriers, such as entrance exams, in order to attend PSU as opposed to other colleges. Nevertheless, students do encounter many hidden barriers that affect their chances of getting into, staying at, and graduating from PSU—barriers associated with race, gender, citizenship, abilities, and the topic of this article—socioeconomic status. We need to acknowledge that all of these characteristics intersect and play out differently, so it’s hard to look at just one of these characteristics at a time. “Working class ...
Marilia Y. Antunez Curriculumvitae, 2019 University of Akron
Marilia Y. Antunez Curriculumvitae, Marilia Y. Antunez
Marilia Y. Antúnez
No abstract provided.
Remixing An Open Educational Resource: A Case Study Of The Uncommon “R”, 2019 St. John's University
Remixing An Open Educational Resource: A Case Study Of The Uncommon “R”, Lusiella Fazzino, Julie Turley
Urban Library Journal
Open educational resources address the crisis college students face purchasing textbooks. Although academic librarians play a prominent role implementing the open educational resource solution, by engaging faculty in their use and creation, librarians could go further. At the College of New Rochelle, instruction librarians teamed up with the Scholarly Communications Librarian to revise and remix an already existing information literacy textbook. This case study outlines how an open educational resource textbook was altered and localized to reflect students’ lived reality. The textbook was used in a credit-bearing information literacy course for the College’s Liberal Arts adult education B.A ...
Notes From The Editor, 2019 CUNY La Guardia Community College
Notes From The Editor, Derek Stadler
Urban Library Journal
Notes from the Editor.
Women In Stem In Higher Education: A Citation Analysis Of The Current Literature, 2019 University of Nebraska at Omaha
Women In Stem In Higher Education: A Citation Analysis Of The Current Literature, Heidi Blackburn, Jason A. Heppler
Criss Library Faculty Publications
Increased efforts to diversify science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education in the United States have increased the number of studies regarding the experiences of women in STEM programs in higher education. Using citation analysis and data visualization, this study aims to determine the major publishers and journals in this area. We reviewed 647 articles published between 2007 and 2018. Citations were concentrated on a small core set of journals and then scattered over other publications. Overall, just 3% percent of the publications accounted for 25% percent of the citations. The ramifications for STEM librarians and collection development are discussed.
Jumpstarting Research Data Management (Rdm) Services: Lessons Learned From Participating At The 2018 Dlf E-Research Network Program, Benjamin H. Saracco, Shilpa Rele, Stephen Robishaw
The Digital Library Federation E-research Network (DLF eRN) is a six-month program that brings together teams from research-supporting libraries to strengthen and advance their organizational data services and digital scholarship roles. Stakeholders from Rowan University (RU) Libraries and the Division of University Research participated in the 2018 cohort and developed strategies and documentation to guide the implementation of RDM at RU. The following materials were drafted and will be implemented in the coming months: A roadmap for RDM services, a data dictionary for research data sets, a survey instrument for an environmental scan, and an IRB application.
Use Best Practices To Promote Your Library, 2019 University of Baltimore School of Law
Use Best Practices To Promote Your Library, Adeen Postar
Best Practices is a term dating back to the 1980s that was popularized by business writers, most notably Tom Peters and Robert Waterman in their bestseller In Search of Excellence: Lessons From America's Best Run Companies (1982). Essentially, this term implies success; that certain actions, attitudes, and programs are the most efficient and effective way of doing business and that the same measures can be used with successful outcomes in all similar organizations. But are there really best practices that can help enhance public relations for every type of law library? I believe that there are.
The Write Way: Past "Aall Call For Papers" Winners Advise The Hesitant Writer, 2019 University of Baltimore School of Law
The Write Way: Past "Aall Call For Papers" Winners Advise The Hesitant Writer, Adeen Postar
Each year, the American Association of Law Libraries sponsors a writing competition, funded by LEXIS Publishing. Officially known as the “Call for Papers,” the competition sparks scholarship, fosters creativity, and recognizes some of the finest writing produced by the members of our profession. Winning papers are presented at the Annual Meeting and often are published in Law Library Journal. Over time, the scholarship has added to and shaped the Association’s collective wisdom.
To get a handle on how to write a winning paper, this year’s judges queried four past winners: Deanna Barmakian, Jonathan Franklin, Michael A. Slinger, and ...
To Catch A Predatory Publisher: A Study Of Stem Faculty At The University Of Central Florida, 2019 University of Central Florida
To Catch A Predatory Publisher: A Study Of Stem Faculty At The University Of Central Florida, Sandy Avila, Buenaventura (Ven) Basco
Buenaventura "Ven" Basco
In today’s academic publishing environment, open access journals have become an increasingly common and used venue for publication by STEM faculty and researchers. Subject librarians at one of the largest public research institutions in the United States are tailoring workshops geared towards faculty to create awareness of predatory publishing. Our research question involved identifying STEM faculty at our institution who have published in questionable journals and bringing this to their attention through a series of faculty workshops.
This poster was presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference meeting for the Association of College and Research Libraries- Science Technology ...
Geolocation Of Political Protests In Nicaragua, 2019 Purdue University
Geolocation Of Political Protests In Nicaragua, Jacob Boyer
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research
No abstract provided.