IACRL 2016 Conference Handouts

2016 IACRL Conference Handouts 

Handouts will be added as they are submitted by speakers 

9:15 - 10:15 a.m.

Anticipating Our Future and Valuing Our Past: Recent Trends in Public Service Delivery, Reports from Service to a Wide Variety of Academic Populations

Leading Collaborations: The Framework, Metacognition, and First-Year Composition

How to Get Embedded: Building Collaboration with Faculty Online and Face-to-Face

Open Educational Resources and Libraries: A Primer

10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Studying Up: Designing an Ethnographic Research Study and Market Library Spaces and Services to Students

Sharing Our Success! The Assessment in Action Program and Its Impact on Two

Illinois Libraries

Meeting in the Middle: Academic Libraries and Student Veterans

Lightning Rounds

  • Resources for Educating Yourself on Research Data Management
  • Future Directions of Academic Libraries in Data Curation
  • Building History: Using Open Source Tools to Build an Interactive Campus

History Resource

  • Five Years of Streaming Video (in a nutshell)
  • Using Six Sigma Ideas to Continuously Improve the Library
  • Leadership that Lasts: Finding Value in the Library Strategic Planning Process


1:45 - 2:45 p.m.

A Toolkit for Reframing Services for A Diverse Group: A Research Study of International Students at Illinois Institutions

Are They Really Using What I’m Teaching?: Using Organic Techniques to Assess Student Learning

Stronger Together: Leveraging the Librarians in Your Locale

Digitizing History: Projects from the Blessing Health Professions Library


3:15 - 4:15 p.m.

In Space Assessment, No One Should Have to Hear You Scream: Simple, Effective Methods of Assessing Student Use of Space

Information Literacy in Illinois High Schools: Perceptions, Budgets, Staffing, and Pedagogy

The Neoliberal Reference Desk, or Stop Making (Common) Sense

Leading the Empowerment of Students and Librarians: The NLU Adjunct Teaching Experience

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