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  • Sustaining and Enhancing Embedded Library Instruction in the Learning Management System 

    Kvenild, Cassandra; Calkins, Kaijsa; Burke, John; Tumbleson, Beth
    This panel will be a lively discussion of embedded librarianship in the online learning management system (LMS). Panelists will forego simply sharing the approaches of their own libraries and will instead pose a series of ...
  • Making Sense: Can Makerspaces Work in Academic Libraries? 

    Burke, John
    Makerspaces are a growing service area for many libraries in school, public, and academic settings. Participants, or makers, can create digital and physical items in common working spaces using shared equipment and ...
  • Academic Librarians' Educational Role Revisited: Three Defining Studies 

    Tumbleson, Beth; Burke, John; Long, Jessica
    Three national studies are redefining the role academic librarians will play on campus. First, participants will receive an overview of significant findings from Project Information Literacy: “Learning the Ropes: How ...
  • Copyright: Protecting Yours, Fair Use of Others 

    Waller, Jen (2013-03-21)
    Confused about copyright? Do you know if you hold copyrights to your own work or wondering how to use copyrighted materials in your teaching? Copyright is a valuable asset for academic authors, so it benefits faculty ...
  • Minding Your Ps & Qs: A Q-Methodology Workshop 

    Brinkman, Stacy; Messner, Kevin; Shrimplin, Aaron; Waller, Jen; Waller, Jen
    Librarians are continually turning to new metrics to evaluate services, impact, and priorities. Q-methodology - a hybrid of qualitative and quantitative research techniques - is a systematic study of subjectivity that ...

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