LOEX Conference Proceedings 2010

LOEX Conference Proceedings 2010

 
38th Annual Conference
April 29 - May 1, 2010
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Dearborn, Michigan

Conference Theme: Bridging and Beyond: Developing Librarian infrastructure

Conference Proceedings Editors:
Brad Sietz, Director
Randal Baier, Susann de Vries, Sarah Fabian, Sara Memmot, Robert Stevens
Eastern Michigan University

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Preface

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Preface, Brad Sietz

Bridging Near and Far: Forming Innovative Collaborations

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A Librarian and a Hashtag: Embedded Virtually in a Classroom via Twitter, Ellen Hampton Filgo

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Ask This Librarian: Integrating Library Tools into the Online Learning Environment, Molly Beestrum and Kerri Willette

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Blueprint for a Solid Information Literacy Foundation: Building a Program from the Ground Up, Judith P. Williams

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Bombard Them & They Will Come: Building Relationships Using a Multi-pronged Approach to Engage Students, Lee Pasackow

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Bridging the Gap: Building a Community College—LIS School Partnership, Don Latham and Melissa Gross

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Granting Collaboration: Information Literacy for Faculty, Cotina Jones

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Learning By Doing: Bridging Information Literacy Theory with Practice, Melissa Mallon

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Linking through LibGuides: Collaborating with Faculty through an Adaptable Teaching and Marketing Tool, Kimbel May and Anna Leyba Delgado

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Replacing Old Bridges with New – Stepping Up Student Learning by Rebuilding the Foundation with Faculty-Librarian Collaboration, Kristen L. Motz and Dr. Helen E. Woodman

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Spanning the University to Improve Information Literacy e-Instruction, Lindsay Miller, Robert Withers, and Eric Resnis

Expansion: Utilizing Nontraditional Instruction Methods

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BiblioBouts: A Scalable Online Social Game for the Development of Academic Research Skills, Karen Markey, Chris Leeder, Fritz Swanson, Gregory St. Peters Jr., Brian J. Jennings, Beth St. Jean, Victor Rosenberg, Soo Young Rieh, Geoffrey V. Carter, Averill Packard, Robert L. Frost, Loyd Mbabu, and Andrew Calvetti

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Building Bridges: Restructuring Online Library Tutorials to Span the Generation Gap and Meet the Needs of Millennial Students, Dianna E. Sachs, Carrie C. Leatherman, and Kathleen A. Langan

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It’s All in What You Ask: Techniques for Enhancing Reflection and Learning in an Online Course, Karen R. Diaz and Nancy O'Hanlon

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LOLcats and Celebrities and (Red Panda) Bears – Oh, My!, Mary T. Moser

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NFORMATION LTERACY: Taking the ‘I’ Out of Instruction, Suzanne W. Hinnefeld, Tiffany McGregor, Julie Zamostny, Erin Davis, and Joe Eshleman

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Politics & Information Literacy: A Problem-Based Learning Approach, Peg Cook and Mary Walsh

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Telling the Story: Using Narratives to Explain WHY Information Literacy Education is Important and Get Students Invested in What We Do, Heather Barrow-Stafford

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Tune Up Your Instruction: Transform Discipline-based Instruction Using Active Engagement, Andi Beckendorf

New Materials: Innovative Use of Instructional Technology

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From Lectures and Quizzes to Wikis and Blogs in the Library Classroom, Joan Petit and Amanda Click

Removing the Tolls: Employing Effective Leadership

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Library Instruction in a New Culture of Teaching and Learning, Laurie Alexander and Doreen R. Bradley

Reinforcements: Lesson Plans "to Go"

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Reinvigorating the Library Tour: Enhancing Student Engagement through Library Collections, Amy Thornley

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Step Away from the Podium! A Lesson Plan for Peer Learning, Andrea Falcone

Structural Supports: Assessment and Evaluation

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A Picture is Worth 150 Words: Using Wordle to Assess Library Instruction, Rhonda K. Huisman and Kathleen A. Hanna

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Bolstering the Bridge to Instructional Improvement: Librarian Self-Assessment and Strategic Planning for Information Literacy Program Development, Maria T. Accardi

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Creating Objectives Collaboratively: Actionable Goals across the Library System, Jo Angela Oehrli

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Follow the Rubric Road: Assessing the Librarian Instructor, Ned Fielden

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How Do You Count That?: Statistical Reporting of Online Library Instruction Activities, Tim Bottorff and Andrew Todd

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Strengthen Your Teaching Framework: Using Self-Assessment of Instruction as a Structural Support, Susan Avery, Lora Smallman, and Courey Gruszauskas

Interactive

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Break the Ice, Build the Momentum: Successful Strategies for Beginning a Library Instruction Session, Carrie Donovan and Rachel Slough

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From Pre-Defined Topics to Research Questions: An Inquiry-Based Approach to Knowledge, Michelle T. Allen and Benjamin M. Oberdick

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Interactive Learning with Clickers: Teaching Using Audience Response Systems in a Credit-Bearing Library Research Course, Danielle A. Becker

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Librarians as Improvisers: An Improvisational Approach to Teaching Information Literacy, Anthony Stamatoplos and Edward Trout

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Making Information Literacy Stick: Finding SUCCESs in Library Instruction, Dunstan McNutt

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“Wow-I Can Touch That?” Using Special Collections to Expand Information Literacy, Catherine Rod and Phil Jones