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ERIC Number: ED578189
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2017-Nov-3
Pages: 182
Abstractor: As Provided
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: EISSN-
2017 Brick & Click: An Academic Conference (17th, Maryville, Missouri, November 3, 2017)
Baudino, Frank, Ed.; Hart, Kathy, Ed.; Johnson, Carolyn, Ed.
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Eighteen scholarly papers and fifteen abstracts comprise the content of the seventeenth annual Brick and Click Libraries Conference, held annually at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. The proceedings, authored by academic librarians and presented at the symposium, portray the contemporary and future face of librarianship. The 2017 paper and abstract titles include: (1) Making Room: Digitizing Your Scholarly Output (Jocelyn Wehr); (2) State-It: Connecting Students to the Archives (Kayla Siddell and Katie Sutrina-Haney); (3) Using LibWizard to Create Active Virtual Learning (Andrew J. Cano); (4) Meeting Your Students Where They Are: Making the Most of Your School's LMS (Bernadette Mirro and Hongqiang Mason Yang); (5) Does a NextGen Catalog Imply a NextGen Library? (James Shaw); (6) "There's a Module for That": Developing Information Literacy Modules at MU Libraries (Kimberly Moeller, Navadeep Khanal and Timothy Perry); (7) Maximizing Classroom Dynamics Through Teaching Methods (Stephen Woody, Andrea Thimesch and Gwen Wilson); (8) Collaborative Approaches to Digital Projects: Enhancing Collections Through Effective Access and Promotion (Yumi Ohira and Amy C. Schindler); (9) Purposeful Instruction Through Scaffolding (Carolyn Johnson and Lori Mardis); (10) More Than Fake News: Fostering Critical Information and Media Literacy Across Campus (Karna Younger and Callie Wiygul Branstiter); (11) Moving from Collection to User Centric Operations: The University Library in the Knowledge Economy (Dr. Alan Bearman, Sean C. Bird and Sean Stacey); (12) Academic Library Safety and Security--Administrators and Staff Need to Be on the Lookout (Susan Breakenridge Fink); (13) Strategies for Building Diverse Library Collections (Steve Alleman and Tom Burns); (14) Making the Complex Simple: Managing the Analysis of Large-Scale Evaluation of Library Instruction (Carol A. Leibiger and Alan W. Aldrich); (15) Ghosted by Faculty: When You Build It and They Don't Come (Meghan Salsbury, Heidi Blackburn and Tammi Owens); (16) Putting Constructivist Learning Theory into Practice: Using Educational Technology to Engage Students and Assess Their Learning (Amanda B. Albert and Jamie L. Emery); (17) Information Literacy: A Cure for Infomania (Karna Younger and Carmen Orth-Alfie); (18) Launching a Web Archives Program at a Public University (Blake Graham, Jennifer L. Thoegersen and Mary Ellen Ducey); (19) Stop Lecturing, Start Teaching: An Activities-Based Approach to Library Instruction (Kendra Spahr); (20) Committing to Customer Service: Valuing and Measuring Reference Customer Satisfaction (Mardi Mahaffy and Julie Hartwell); (21) From Trapped and Bored to Interested and Informed: Library Instruction That Engages Students in Active Learning (Nancy M. Crabtree); (22) Best Practices for Creating a Welcoming Environment for Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Individuals in Libraries (Holling Smith-Borne); (23) Making Dibner Library a Happy Place: What Disney Taught Us about Improving Library Services (Gavin Paul and Ana Torres); (24) More Than Just a Job: Student and Supervisor Perspectives on Mentoring (Anna Hulseberg, Jeff Jenson and Michelle Twait); (25) What Do We Need? Information Criticality! When Do We Need It? Now! (Jamie L. Emery and Sarah E. Fancher); (26) What Do Your Library Chats Say?: How to Analyze Webchat Transcripts for Sentiment and Topic Extraction (Ellie Kohler); (27) From the Inside Out: Creating an Emotionally Intelligent and Inclusive Culture (Lisa Martin and Mea Warren); (28) Beyond "If You Build It…": Iterative Design for an Academic Library MakerSpace (Ashley Creek); (29) Collections Decoded: Reflections and Strategies for Anti-Racist Collection Development (Aisha Conner-Gaten, Kristyn Caragher, and Tracy Drake); (30) Where the Old Meets the New: What Does the Next Generation Really Expect from Librarians? (Cheryl L. Blevens and Valentine K. Muyumba); (31) Bite Sized is the Right Size: Strategies for the Brief Information Session (Tracey Boswell); (32) On Point: Collaborating with Students from Various Academic Disciplines and Organizations to Revitalize Library Spaces and Services (Blair Stapleton); and (33) Using 360-Degree Cameras for Self-Assessment in Skills-Based Courses (Ayyoub Ajmi). An author/title index is also included. (Individual papers contain references.) [For the 2016 proceedings, see ED573156.]
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northwest Missouri State University