Library Presentations and Publications
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Posts tagged with “Iris Jastram” (All posts)
Iris Jastram, Danya Leebaw, and Heather Tompkins publish "CSI(L) Carleton: Forensic Librarians and Reflective Practices" in In the Library With the Lead PipeWednesday, December 14, 2011
Iris Jastram, Danya Leebaw, and Heather Tompkins published "CSI(L) Carleton: Forensic Librarians and Reflective Practices" in In the Library With the Lead Pipe (a peer reviewed publication in blog format). This essay draws on the Reference & Instruction Department's work with the Information Literacy in Student Writing project, focusing on how the project has changed our teaching.
Kristin Partlo and Iris Jastram present as part of the WAC/Quirk "Marshaling Resources and Scaffolding Skills for Comps" WorkshopThursday, December 8, 2011
Kristin Partlo and Iris Jastram presented as part of a panel during the "Marshaling Resources and Scaffolding Skills for Comps" faculty development workshop sponsored by WAC and QuIRK. They talked about the library's support of comps in terms of services, statistics, and learning goals.
- Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Heather Tompkins, Danya Leebaw, and Iris Jastram present "Rubrics, Research Practices, and Student Writing" at the 2011 State Your Case SymposiumFriday, April 15, 2011
Heather Tompkins, Danya Leebaw, and Iris Jastram present "Rubrics, Research Practices, and Student Writing" at the 2011 State Your Case Symposium drawing from the Gould Library Reference & Instruction department's work on their Information Literacy in Student Writing project.
Danya Leebaw, Heather Tompkins, Iris Jastram, and Ann Zawistoski present "Rubrics, Research Practices and Student Writing"Thursday, February 17, 2011
What can we learn from student writing about the sophistication of their research practices? Reference librarians have analyzed papers from sophomore writing portfolios for three years to explore how students use evidence to support their arguments. You may be surprised by what they've discovered.
- Tuesday, October 5, 2010
- Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Iris presented social online tools for sharing images and video at the 2009 staff retreat as part of a panel of presenters under Doug Foxgrover's moderation.
- Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Iris presented "Information Literacy for A&I" at the Argument & Inquiry Seminar Winter Workshop. At this workshop she acted as the voice of the Reference & Instruction department, who collectively came up with the key principles that they wanted to convey to the workshop participants.
- Thursday, August 6, 2009
Iris presented a talk with Aaron Albertson at the Minnesota Oberlin Reference group's Mini-Immersion event. The talk was called "Changing Paradigms: Shifting the Emphasis from Teaching to Learning."
- Thursday, August 6, 2009
With the other members of the MnObe Reference Steering committee, Iris organized a full-day instruction workshop (based on ACRL's Immersion program) covering the theory and practice of teaching information literacy for the liberal arts.
- Saturday, October 18, 2008
Iris worked with Amanda Etches-Johnson, Jason Griffey, Steve Lawson, and Jenica Rogers-Urbanek to present a full-day pre-conference workshop called "Academic Library 2.0."
Within this pre-conference workshop, Iris presented a talk called "When In Rome, Be Your Roman Self."
- Saturday, July 19, 2008
Iris and Ann were invited to contribute a chapter to the book The Desk and Beyond: Next Generation Reference Services (Edited by Sara Steiner & Leslie Madden. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2008). They wrote the chapter "Personalizing the Library via Research Consultations."