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ERIC Number: ED590389
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2018-Nov-2
Pages: 158
Abstractor: As Provided
2018 Brick & Click: An Academic Library Conference (18th, Maryville, Missouri, November 2, 2018)
Baudino, Frank, Ed.; Johnson, Carolyn, Ed.; Young, Natasha, Ed.; Weese, Bailey, Ed.
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Sixteen scholarly papers and twenty abstracts comprise the content of the eighteenth annual Brick & Click Libraries Conference, held annually at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. The proceedings, authored by academic librarians and presented at the conference, portray the contemporary and future face of librarianship. The 2018 paper and abstract titles include: (1) Committee on Diversity & Inclusion: Cultivating an Inclusive Library Environment (Orolando Duffus, Andrea Malone, Margaret Dunn, Lisa Cruces, Matthew Moore, Annie Wu, and Frederick Young); (2) Checking Out the LGBT+ (Kayla Reed); (3) Tailoring Library Instruction to Adult Students: Applying the Science and Methods of Andragogy for Modern Instructional and Reference Services (Eric Deatherage and Jason Smith); (4) Library-Faculty Collaboration for OER Promotion and Implementation (Paula Martin); (5) The Facts of Fiction: Research for Creative Writers (Addison Lucchi); (6) Location and the Collection Connection (Kayla Reed and Amber Carr); (7) Gay for No Pay: How to Maintain an LGBTQ+ Collection with No Budget (Rachel Wexelbaum); (8) A Step Up: Piloting Integrated Information Literacy Instruction Throughout a Discipline (Nathan Elwood and Robyn Hartman); (9) Not Just a Collection: The Emergence and Evolution of Our Contemporary Collection (Hong Li and Kayla Reed); (10) Flipster: How One Community College Library Supports Faculty and Student Academic Needs with Flipster Digital Magazines (Stephen Ambra); (11) Three Ring Circus: A Model for Understanding and Teaching Students about Bias (Virginia Cairns); (12) Demystifying DH: How to Get Started with Digital Humanities (Sherri Brown and Forstot Burke); (13) Academic Libraries Embracing Technology with a Purpose (Lavoris Martin); (14) (A)ffective Management: A People First Management Approach (Ryan Weir); (15) Plugged & Unplugged Active Learning Strategies for One Shots (Judy Bastin, Justina Mollach, Leslie Pierson, Ruth Harries, and Teresa Mayginnes); (16) Giving a Booster Shot to Your One Shot: Incorporating Engaging Activities into Library Instruction (Kelly Leahy, Gwen Wilson, and Angela Beatie); (17) Adventures with Metadata, Workflows, and Exhibit-based Storytelling at UNO Libraries (Yumi Ohira, Angela Kroeger, and Lori Schwartz); (18) Online Badge Classes for High School Students (Angela Paul); (19) Fake News: The Fun, the Fear, and the Future of Resource Evaluation (Lindsay Brownfield); (20) Making Outreach the Library's Mission (April K. Miller); (21) Active Learning for Metaliteracies: Digital Modules from the New Literacies Alliance (Rachel R. Vukas, Prasanna Vaduvathiriyan, and Brenda Linares); (22) Calculating Return on Investment in Libraries (Nicholas Wyant); (23) Crossing Borders: Expanding Digitization Efforts Across Library Departments (Jay Trask, Jane Monson, and Jessica Hayden); (24) From Silos to Collaboration (Joyce Meldrem); (25) Key Performance Indicator Tracking Using Google Forms (Joshua Lambert); (26) Bridging the Gap: Providing Equal Access of Library Resources and Services to Distance Learners (Nancy Crabtree, Xiaocan (Lucy) Wang, Bob Black); (27) Coming to the Plains: Latino/a Stories in Nebraska (Laurinda Weisse, Michelle Warren, and Jacob Rosdail); (28) Five Keys to #SocialMediaSuccess in Academic Libraries (Hannah E. Christian and Alison Hanner); (29) Easy Information Literacy Assessments for Small Academic Libraries (Julie Pinnell); (30) Traversing the Path: A Library Director's Guide to the Higher Learning Commission's Open Pathway for Accreditation (Sandy Moore); (31) Drawing Magic: Visualizing the Internet to Introduce Information Literacy (Kelly Leahy); (32) Chatspeak for Librarians: Best Practices for Chat Reference (Tanner D. Lewey); (33) The Creative Learning Spiral: A Python Learner in the Library (Greta Valentine); (34) The Poet's Papers: Literary Research in the Small College Archives (Martha A. Tanner); (35) Giving Students an Edge: Enhancing Resumes with a Digital Information Research Certificate (Rachel R. Vukas); and (36) Where Did You Get That eBook? Comparison of Student/Faculty Use of eBooks, Library Space, and Citation Management Programs (Alice B. Ruleman). (Individual papers contain references.) [For the 2017 proceedings, see ED578189.]
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education; Adult Education; Two Year Colleges; High Schools; Secondary Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northwest Missouri State University
Identifiers - Location: Nebraska; Missouri; Kansas; New Hampshire; Colorado