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ALAO Members Presenting at ACRL 2013

Congratulations to these individuals in Ohio libraries who presented at the ACRL 2013 Conference.

Ohio ACRL Presenters


Maureen Barry, First Year Experience Librarian, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
Inspiring our newest students: The role of the library in the first year experience

 

Maureen Barry, First Year Experience Librarian, and Sarah Twill, Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
From research to action: pairing information literacy and service-learning

 

Stacy Brinkman, Art/Architecture and Asian Studies librarian, Miami University, Oxford, OH
When the Helicopters are Silent: The Information Seeking Strategies of First Generation College Students

 

Lisa Carter, Associate Director for Special Collections and Area Studies , The Ohio State University Libraries, Columbus, OH 
Capturing Transformative Engagement: Assessing the Impact of Special Collections and Archives Instructional Outreach 

 

Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Senior Research Scientist, OCLC, Dublin, OH
“I find Google a lot easier than going to the library website.” Imagine Ways to Innovate and Inspire Students to Use the Academic Library

Inspiring Initiatives in Qualitative Inquiry

 

Omer Farooq, Student, Kent State University, Columbus, OH
Feeling our way: Emotional intelligence and information literacy competency

 

Moriana Garcia, Natural Sciences Liaison Librarian, Denison University, Granville, OH
Embracing ‘Troublesome Knowledge’: Information Literacy Threshold Concepts in the Natural Sciences


Craig Gibson, Associate Director for Research & Education, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Reference Service at an Inflection Point: Transformations in Academic Libraries

 

Katie Gibson, Humanities Librarian, Miami University, Oxford, OH
When the Helicopters are Silent: The Information Seeking Strategies of First Generation College Students

 

Brian Leaf, Instructional Design Librarian, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Teaching Information as Design Process: Grappling with Written Meta-Analysis

 

Vera Lux, Assistant Professor/Reference & Instruction Librarian, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
Proving Your Value: The Librarian’s Contribution to the Promotion and Tenure Process

 

Meris Mandernach, Head of Research Services, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Reference Service at an Inflection Point: Transformations in Academic Libraries

 

Miriam Matteson, Assistant Professor, Kent State University-School of Library and Information Science, Columbus, OH 
Feeling our way: Emotional intelligence and information literacy competency

 

Jason Michel, User Experience Librarian, Miami University Libraries, Oxford, OH
Data Mining the Twitter API

 

Lindsay Miller, First-Year Experience Librarian, Miami University, Oxford, OH
Inspiring our newest students: The role of the library in the first year experience

 

Michelle Millet, Library Director, John Carroll University, Cleveland, OH
The One-Shot Mixtape: Lessons for Planning, Delivering, and Integrating Instruction

 

Deborah Carter Peoples, Science Librarian, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH
Embracing ‘Troublesome Knowledge’: Information Literacy Threshold Concepts in the Natural Sciences

 

Dan Overfield, Asst. Professor / Librarian, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, OH
Academic and Public Library Collaboration: Increasing value by sharing space, collections, and services

 

Kathleen Pickens-French, Public Services Librarian, Cincinnati State, Cincinnati, OH
Click Here! (And Other Ways to Sabotage Accessibility)

 

Sue Polanka, Head, Reference & Instruction, Wright State University, Dayton, OH; Stephen Acker, Research Director, Ohio Digital Bookshelf, OhioLINK/Ohio Board of Regents, and Shu Schiller, Associate Professor, Raj Soin College of Business, Wright State University.
Digital Textbooks: Alternatives, Initiatives and the Role of the Academic Library

 

Jenny Presnell, Humanities/Social Sciences Librarian, Miami University, Oxford, OH
When the Helicopters are Silent: The Information Seeking Strategies of First Generation College Students

 

Andrew Revelle, Assistant librarian, Miami University, Oxford, OH
Keep the Change: Clusters of Faculty Opinion on Open Access

 

Alison Ricker, Science Librarian, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
Embracing ‘Troublesome Knowledge’: Information Literacy Threshold Concepts in the Natural Sciences

 

Coleen Roy, Instructor/Librarian, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, OH
Academic and Public Library Collaboration: Increasing value by sharing space, collections, and services.

 

Diane Schrecker, Curriculum Librarian, Ashland University Library, Ashland, OH
One Picture is Worth … Innovative Uses for Pinterest

 

Aaron Shrimplin, Assistant Dean for Collections and Research Services, Miami University, Oxford, OH
Keep the Change: Clusters of Faculty Opinion on Open Access

 

Jen Waller, Interdisciplinary Research Librarian, Miami University Libraries, Oxford, OH
Keep the Change: Clusters of Faculty Opinion on Open Access

Ginna Witte, Coordinator of Circulation Services, Cincinnati State Technical & Community College
Beg, Borrow or Retweet: Generate social media content (& save time while you do it!)

 

Jie Zhang, Head, Reference Services, John Carroll University, University Heights, OH
"Are You a Real Librarian?" From a Reactive Approach to a Proactive Approach in Chat Service

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