Recent and upcoming presentations by CLIC Member Library Staff
If you work for a CLIC member library and have presented recently at a workshop or conference, please notify the CLIC Office to be added to this page.
March 14-15, 2018: Lib Tech Conference, St. Paul, MN
October 5-6, 2017: MLA Annual Conference, Rochester, MN
October 5, 2:15 pm, Amy Mars (St. Catherine University Library) and Trent Brager (University of St. Thomas Library), “23 Framework Things: Minnesota Librarians on the Cutting Edge of Information Literacy Practice.”
October 6, 10:30 am, Amy Mars (St. Catherine University Library) and Deborah Torres (St. Catherine University MLIS Program), “#Librarianshipsowhite: Using Critical Race Theory to Form a Call for Action.”
August 9-11, 2017: International Active Learning Classroom Forum
Kimberly Feilmeyer (HULA), Caroline Hilk (CTL), Nicole Nelson (ITS), Kristofer Scheid (HULA), and Tracy Williams (IE) presented at the International Active Learning Forum at the University of Minnesota this month. The presentation given by Feilmeyer, Hilk, Nelson, and Williams, “If we build it they will learn, right? Collaborative evaluation of Active Learning Classrooms,” was held in an active learning classroom in Bruininks Hall, the University’s largest active learning facility. This conference focused on advancing practice and research on active learning classroom spaces in higher education.
Hilk, Nelson, Feilmeyer, and Williams presented a paper on their evaluation of Hamline’s active learning classrooms. Librarians Feilmeyer and Scheid presented a demonstration, “Framing the first year one-shot session in an active learning classroom” on the librarians’ first-year seminar introduction to information literacy. Feilmeyer also facilitated a roundtable session, “ALCs and information literacy across the curriculum: Using one to promote the other.”
April 28, 2017: ARLD Day, Minnesota Arboretum
April 28, 2017, 11:00 a.m., “A Curious Skeptic’s Guide to the ACRL Information Literacy Framework,” presented by Amy Mars, Research and Instruction Librarian, St. Catherine University, and others.
Description: This critical discussion is for the skeptic, the optimist, the social justice advocate, and those who are just plain curious about the ACRL Information Literacy Framework for Higher Education. Current and former Instruction Roundtable (IRT) Co-chairs will facilitate a discussion about the Framework centering around questions like:
–How does the Framework differ from the Standards?
–What challenges and opportunities does the Framework present for academic librarians?
–Can the Framework be used as a tool for social justice? In what ways does it fall short?
In this interactive session, participants will be invited to share their perspectives and experience with the Framework. We will end the discussion with an invitation to participate in a 23 Things: ACRL IL Framework Edition that IRT is developing and will launch at ARLD Day.
April 28, 2017, 3:10 p.m., “Lightning Round: Creating a Central Service Desk: Renovating Spaces,” presented by Amy Sheehan, Associate University Librarian, Hamline University Library and Archives.
Description: In the summer of 2016 Bush Library at Hamline University created a centralized service desk; merging the Library’s Circulation, Reference and the Information Technology Service Desk. This Lightning Round presentation highlights the construction process and the ways we improved centralized support for library and IT users.
March 22-25, 2017: ACRL, Baltimore, MD
March 23, 2017, 10:20 a.m., Room 337-338, “Consortial eBook Purchasing for the Rest of Us,” CLIC Collection Development Committee members: Heather Tompkins, St. Catherine University, Meg Manahan, University of St. Thomas, Ron Kurpiers, Augsburg College, Rhonda Gilbraith, Bethel University, Frances Singh, Hamline University, and Greg Argo, University of St. Thomas.
Description: How can a consortium of small libraries with modest budgets maintain our commitment to shared resources in an eBook environment? We’ll share the frameworks we’ve developed jointly for selecting consortial eBook packages, present findings from our first year of joint purchases, and highlight how data informed our decisions going forward. Finally, we’ll explore how a framework for consortial eBook acquisition and evaluation informs cooperative collection development as well as strategic planning at individual member libraries.
October 31-November 5, 2016: Charleston Conference, SC
November 3, 2016, “Developing eBook Purchasing Guidelines,” CLIC Collection Development Committee members: Rhonda Gilbraith, Bethel University, Meg Manahan, University of St. Thomas, and Frances Singh, Hamline University.
October 31-November 2, 2016: Library Assessment Conference, Arlington, VA
November 1, 2016, Poster Session, Greg Argo, University of St. Thomas, and Michael Mitchell, Bethel University.
September 29-30, 2016: Minnesota Library Association Annual Conference, Duluth, MN
September 29, 10:55am-11:55am, Gooseberry Falls Room 3: “Development of eBook Purchasing Guidelines,” CLIC Collection Development Committee members: Greg Argo, Concordia University, St. Paul, Rhonda Gilbraith, Bethel University, Meg Manahan, Unversity of St. Thomas, and Heather Tompkins, St. Catherine University.
July 27-28, 2016: Minnesota eLearning Summit, Minneapolis, MN
“Data Analytics: Finding the Sustainable Sweet Spot,” Greg Argo, Concordia University, St. Paul.
March 16-17, 2016: CLIC Member Library Staff Presentations at Lib Tech 2016
Wednesday, March 16, 1:00 p.m. “Are You Research Ready? Adding ImagineEasy Academy’s Tutorials to Library Instruction at Hamline.” Presenters: Siobhan DiZio, Kimberly Feilmeyer, Jon Neilson, Kristofer Scheid, Hamline University.
Wednesday, March 16, 1:00 p.m. “Putting it all together: a holistic approach to utilizing your library’s user data for making informed web design decisions.” Presenters: Scott Kahoi, Will Keillor, Micheal Mitchell, Bethel University.
Thursday, March 17, 10:30 a.m. “Dangerous DH Liaisons: Librarians (Re)claiming Centrality in Digital Collaborations.” Presenters: Amy Mars and Heather Tompkins, St. Catherine University, and Alexis Logsdon, Macalester College.
March 10-12, 2016: Information Fluency in the Disciplines: Workshop on English and American Language and Literature, Louisville, KY
“Building a Culture of Collaboration in English and American Language and Literature,” Talia Nadir, Research & Instruction Librarian, University of St. Thomas
December 4 and 11, 2015: Public Library Services to Patrons Experiencing Homelessness and Housing Insecurity, Minitex webinar
“Part One: Population and Partnering,” Amy Mars, St. Catherine University Library, and others.
“Part Two: Programming and Professional Development,” Amy Mars, St. Catherine University Library, and others.
October 8-9, 2015: Minnesota Library Association Annual Conference, St. Paul RiverCentre
“If It’s Not a Virtual Reference Service Then What Is It?” Kimberly Feilmeyer, Hamline University, and others
“The Designful Library: Applying Design Thinking Principles to Create a Patron-Centered Library,” April Youngblood, Bethel University, and others
“Focus Groups and Freebies: Incorporating Feedback into a Consortial Marketing Initiative,” April Youngblood, Bethel University; Julie Kimlinger, University of St. Thomas; Amy Mars, St. Catherine University; Jessica Moore, University of Northwestern-St. Paul; Missy Motl, Augsburg College
“Managing an information literacy transition: Lessons from coordinating a library instruction overhaul,” Lyndi Fabbrini and Michael Mitchell, Bethel University
“Into the Woods: A Journey through Metadata and Music Therapy,” presented by Augsburg sophomore Jossel Franco, part of the “ARLD Members: Showcase and Share” event.
September 16, 2015: NISO Webinar, The Practicality of Managing E, Part 2: Staffing,
“Lessons Learned by Rethinking E-resource Management in Academic Libraries,” Meg Manahan, University of St. Thomas
June 4-5, 2015: Lake Superior Libraries Symposium, Duluth, MN
“Color by numbers: Using data to paint a better library picture,” Greg Argo, Concordia University-St Paul and Michael Mitchell, Bethel University
April 9, 2015: PALS Acquisitions Workday
“Streaming Video and E-Licenses,” Ruth Dukelow, CLIC Executive Director
March 30, 2015: MINITEX Webinar
“Read That License! Fifteen Provisions to Look for in Electronic Resources Agreements,” Ruth Dukelow, CLIC Executive Director
February 22-26, 2015: ER&L, Austin, TX
“Migrating to Intota Updates and Dispatches from the Front,” Dani Roach, University of St. Thomas
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