LOEX Conference Proceedings 2012

LOEX Conference Proceedings 2012

 
40th Annual Conference
May 3-5, 2012
Renaissance Hotel
Columbus, Ohio

Conference Theme: Energize! Accelerate! Transform!

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

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Preface

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Preface, Brad Sietz

Chef's Surprise: Pursuing Cutting-Edge Trends in Teaching and Learning

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Comfort Food for All: The Scalability of LMS-Embedded Librarianship, Beth E. Tumbleson and John J. Burke

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Graphic Novels and Introduction to Library Research, Robert G. Weiner and Carrye Kay Syma

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Homegrown Ingredients: Creating Tools When the Information Literacy Supermarket Fails You, Becky Canovan

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Integrating the Credit-Bearing Information Literacy Course into the Curriculum: Goals, Benefits and Challenges, Dominique Daniel and Elizabeth W. Kraemer

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iPod Apps, Mobile Learning and Game Dynamics: This Ain’t Your Typical Library Orientation, Anne Burke, Adrienne Lai, and Aam Rogers

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I Want to Eat Your Brains: Engaging Students with Brain-based Strategies When Zombies Have Taken Over Your Classroom, Jennifer Quinlan

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Robust (and Backward) Instructional Design for an Online Information Literacy Course, Brian D. Leaf

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Sing a Song of Sixpence: The Birds We Found in the Web-Scale Discovery Pie, Sarah Fabian, Susann deVries, and Sara Memmott

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Teaching from the Edge: Transitioning into the Online Course Utilizing Instructional Design and Rubric Evaluation, Kim Glover and Nikhat J. Ghouse

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The Disappearance of Controlled Vocabulary in Bibliographic Instruction: In Memoriam?, Stephanie Wiegand

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We Got Game! Using Games for Library Orientation, Lesli Baker and Annie Smith

Cocktails: Engaging Students with Active Learning

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Blending, Mixing, and Processing: Strategies Used to Engage Students in the Classroom, Mark Aaron Polger and Karen Okamoto

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New Literacies in our Global Society: Teaching Literacies Beyond Text, Kristine N. Stewart and Alex Mudd

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Socializing with the Undead: Humans vs. Zombies & Learning the Library, Jessica R. Olin

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Using the Learning Cycle to Engage Students in Library Instruction, Marcia Rapchak

Combo Platter: Collaborating Across Campus and with Different Institutions

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A Gateway to Outcomes Assessment: Collaborating on a Multi-Session Library Instruction Program, Jennifer Hatleberg and Niyati Pandya

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Classroom Collaboration: Librarians and Faculty Teach the Art of Research, Kasia Leousis and Deanna Benjamin

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Collaborating across Campuses and Continents: Welcome to the Future!, Kimberly Brady and Nita Bryant

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Co-teaching a Grand Challenge Course: Using Digital Media and Collaborative Teaching Strategies for Effective Online Learning and Transliteracy Skills, Mona Anne Niedbala, Adam Moore, and Stefanie Metko

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From Prix Fixe to A la Carte: Using Lesson Study to Collaborate with Faculty in Customizing Information Literacy, Eric Jennings, Hans Kishel, and Jill Markgraf

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Hiding Peas in their Mashed Potatoes: Teaching Faculty Information Literacy on the Sly, Amy E. Kammerman

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Information Literacy for Global Leadership: Constructing a Pedagogical Activity to Address a Global Crisis Utilizing Global Literacies and ACRL Standards, Brenda Chappell-Sharpe

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Take Course Content, Sauté it with Blogs and Sprinkle it with Information Literacy, Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol and Elizabeth Kocevar-Weidinger

Dessert: Measuring the Effectiveness of Programs and Learning

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Fun Assessment: How to Embed Evaluation with Educational Games, Mary J. Snyder Broussard and Theresa R. McDevitt

Entrees: Developing your Teachers and your Program

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Connect, Communicate, and Learn: How Library Instruction Programs Benefit from Learning Management Systems, Maria T. Accardi and Hong Cheng

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Criticism is not a Four-letter Word: Best Practices for Constructive Feedback in the Peer Review of Teaching, Jaena Alabi and William H. Weare Jr.

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From a “Crusade Against Ignorance” to a “Crisis of Authenticity”: Cultivating Information Literacy for a 21st Century Democracy, Andrew Battista

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Instructor College Virtual Swap Meet: A Model for Developing an Instruction Community, Jo Angela Oehrli and Peter Timmons

Salads: Reaching Diverse Populations

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21st Century Skills and Pre-Service Teacher Education, Jillian Brandt Maruskin

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Double, Triple, Quadruple the Recipe: Serve Library Instruction to a Crowd (and Assess It, Too!) with LibGuides and PollEverywhere, Melissa Bowles-Terry and Kennedy Penn-O'Toole

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From Limp Lettuce to Kaleidoscope Salad: Making Your Instruction Sessions Pop for All Patrons with Universal Design for Learning Principles, Christina C. Wray

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STEPP into the Library: Research Assistance for Students with Multiple Learning Disabilities, Jeanne Hoover, Clark Nall, and Carolyn Willis

To Go: Learning on the Go, Anytime, Anywhere

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Instant Classroom: Teach Anywhere with a Classroom in a Box, Meridith Wolnick and Todd Burks

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Using Summon to Teach Historical Primary Sources: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Carol A. Singer and Stephen M. Charter

Interactive Workshops

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Beyond Classroom Evaluation: Structuring Research for Dissemination, Andrea Falcone and Stephanie Wiegand

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Beyond the Checklist: Using Rhetorical Analysis to Evaluate Sources as Social Acts, Joel Burkholder

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Bringing More to the Table(t): Ideas and Insights for Using Tablets in Instruction, Rebecca K. Miller and Carolyn Meier

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Create Your Own Cephalonian Method Adventure: An Interactive Session, Amanda K. Izenstark and Mary C. MacDonald

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Maximizing Student Engagement and Learning with Team-Based Learning, Trudi Jacobson and Judy Carey Nevin

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Performance Theory and Information Literacy: Using the Method to Establish Rapport with Students, Joshua Vossler and John Watts

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Reaching Modern Students Through Amazing Screencasts, Jessica L. Clemons and Stephen X. Flynn

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Shaken or Stirred? Mixing Elements of Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) into Library Instruction Sessions, Susan Avery, Hilary Bussell, and Gina Hodnik

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The Course Guide: Creating a Culinary Masterpiece “to go”, Judith Arnold and Veronica Bielat

Lightning Talks

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A Revamped Menu for Information Literacy Instruction: Catering to Newly Admitted Doctoral Students, Michelle T. Allen

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One Dozen Ways to Connect with Your International Students, Erica Clay

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Seizing on SOPA: Are You Ready to Go Viral?, Lea Susan Engle