Library Presentations and Publications
Check here for links to presentations and publications made by the Gould Library staff.
Iris presented "The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy: What does it mean for instruction librarians?" at the Minnesota Library Association annual conferenceThursday, October 16, 2014
Iris Jastram presented on a panel with Jason Paul of St. Olaf and Rachel Weiss of Augustana entitled "The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy: What does it mean for instruction librarians?" at the Minnesota Library Association annual conference, October 8th, 2014.
Heather and Iris presented "Studying the Second Year: College Sophomores, Research Behavior, and Information Communication" at the Minnesota Library Association conferenceThursday, October 16, 2014
Heather Tompkins and Iris Jastram presented on a panel with Anna Hulseberg and Michelle Twait entitled "Studying the Second Year: College Sophomores, Research Behavior, and Information Communication" at the Minnesota Library Association annual conference, October 8th, 2014.
- Saturday, April 5, 2014Iris Jastram, Danya Leebaw, and Heather Tompkins published “Situating Information Literacy Within the Curriculum: Using a Rubric to Shape a Program" in the journal Portal: Libraries and the Academy.
- Friday, April 4, 2014
Iris Jastram "Locations of Literacy: Information Literacy" at the Minnesota Writers and English Conference, text posted online.
Danya Leebaw, Kristin Partlo, and Heather Tompkins present “'How is this different from critical thinking?': The risks and rewards of deepening faculty involvement in an information literacy rubric" at ACRL 2013Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Danya Leebaw, Kristin Partlo, and Heather Tompkins presented their paper, “'How is this different from critical thinking?': The risks and rewards of deepening faculty involvement in an information literacy rubric" at the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 2013 conference in Indianapolis.
Iris Jastram and Steve Lawson publish "Swimming in the Matrix: A Dialogue on Teaching Undergraduate Research.”Friday, April 5, 2013Iris Jastram along with her co-author Steve Lawson, published "Swimming in the Matrix: A Dialogue on Teaching Undergraduate Research" in Finding a Public Voice: Barbara Fister as a Case Study.
- Tuesday, February 5, 2013Iris Jastram presents “USE-MAN! Copyright Basics for Academic Contexts," A basic copyright primer for digital humanities.
Hsianghui Liu-Spencer & Tom Lamb presented "A Batch Solution to the Death Date Problem: A Case Study" at MNIUGThursday, December 6, 2012
At the October Minnesota Innovative User’s Group conference at St. Olaf, Hsianghui Liu-Spencer and Tom Lamb presented their experiment with batch updating personal name authority files with death date additions…
Carol Eyler presented "Yes, We Can!: Adding Campus Collections to Millennium & Our OPACs," at Minnesota Innovative Users GroupMonday, November 5, 2012
Carol E. Eyler, Head of Technical Services, gave a presentation titled, "Yes, We Can!: Adding Campus Collections to Millennium & Our OPACs," at the Minnesota Innovative Users Group (MnIUG) meeting at St. Olaf College on October 23. She discussed the ways in which library staff have worked with Carleton's Music Department, LTC, GSC, and Career Center to add their collections of library-like materials to the Bridge library catalog.
- Monday, October 8, 2012
Danya Leebaw and Heather Tompkins presented as part of a panel at the Minnesota Library Association 2012 Annual Conference. Their presentation, entitled "What a Queer Idea: LGBT Resources for Your Library," addressed working with undergraduates researching LGBT topics. They suggested mainstream free or inexpensive resources available to study LGBT questions, and discussed some of the issues inherent in using mainstream resources to research marginalized groups.
- Thursday, May 3, 2012
Charles F. Priore, Jr has been named editor of the two volume series entitled: The art of the gun : selections from the Robert M. Lee collection / Robert M. Lee and R.L. Wilson ('61),Yellowstone Press 2012. This two volume set is the most elaborate book ever published on antique Colt firearms.
Danya Leebaw, Matt Ryan, Christina Sinkler-Miller, Nat Wilson, and Ann Zawistoski host workshop on "Improving Library Resource Discovery" at the 2012 Library Technology ConferenceFriday, April 27, 2012
Danya Leebaw, Matt Ryan, Christina Sinkler-Miller, Nat Wilson, and Ann Zawistoski joined colleagues from St. Olaf, Kathy Blough, Brian Conlan, Sarah Johnston, and Kasia Gonnerman, to host the workshop "Improving Library Resource Discovery: Exploring the Possibilities of VuFind and Web Scale Discovery in a Consortial Environment" at the Library Technology Conference in St. Paul at Macalester College on March 15, 2012. They led a discussion on the selection and implementation of the library's new open source catalog overlay, investigation of web scale discovery, and resources and ideas for libraries considering these technologies for their campuses.