2019 Program

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Keynote Address

Kris Brancolini & Marie Kennedy
Loyola Marymount University

“Have you ever seen a colleague’s lengthy CV and thought to yourself, “How in the heck did they do all that?” In this presentation we will talk about the factors that increase the possibility of a librarian-researcher conducting and sharing the results of original research. We situate the presentation in evidence from the literature and tell you how it shaped the development of the program we co-direct, the Institute for Research Design in Librarianship. This presentation will give you tips to take home and implement immediately, to increase your own productivity.”

Full Program

Thursday, March 7
  Room 303 Room 250
8:00 Continental Breakfast  
8:30 – 9:00 Welcome & Opening Remarks  
9:00 – 10:00 Collaborating With Researchers to Support Systematic Reviews (Cyrus)

Using Deductive Thematic Analysis to Examine Textual Documents  (Thielen)

10:00 – 10:25 Lightning Talks
Room 303

Room 250
  Supporting Research Projects @ UVA with Data Visualizations and Geographic Information Systems (Purpur) Rewriting the Never Ending Story Phase 1:  Evaluating the Content Validity of EndNote Procedural Knowledge Assessment Questions (Bell)
  Case Study: The Open Science Framework as a Data Curation Tool (Sedlins) Student Spaces and Technology: Critical Issues for Evaluation and Reconfiguration (Brandsma)
10:25 – 11:00 Break  
11:00 – 12:00 Tweets Or It Didn’t Happen: Supporting Scholarship in the Age of Twitter (George) ‘They Use the Library, Don’t They?’: Investigating our Researchers’ Workflows Through Qualitative Inquiry (Davis)
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
Room 303
13:00 – 14:00 Keynote (Kennedy & Brancolini) (Click for more info)
Room 303
14:00 – 14:50 Lightning Talks
Room 303
  What are They Saying About Us? References to Library Support & Services in Grant Proposals (Ferguson)
  Piloting a Librarian Writing Group (Powell)
14:50 – 15:15 Break  
15:15 – 16:00 Lightning Talks
Room 303

Room 250 
  RDM in the Archives?! Filling a Critical Gap for Graduate Students Performing Special Collections Research (Feinstein) Exploring the Wellness Behavior of Librarians: Knowing and Doing (Keller)
  Reaching the Basic Sciences: A Scientist Turned Librarian’s Perspective (Wahl) Mapping the Role of Practitioners in LIS Scholarship (Trost)
  Wrangling Citation Managers. Is it Time for a Literacy-Based Approach? (Ogden) An Integrated Workflow of Multi-Database Bibliometric Analysis (Jeong)
16:00 – 17:00 Ethnographic Techniques for Library Research: Examining Student Use of Open and Secluded Library Spaces, and Why it Matters (Frey & Bulick) Site Unseen: Website Accessibility Testing for Academic Libraries with Visually-Impaired Users (Waugh)
Friday, March 8
  Room 303 Room 250
8:00 Continental Breakfast  
8:30 – 9:30 Counting Beans (or Citations): Assessing Project Impact Through Citation Collections (Blanco) Determining Value using COUNTER reports and Correcting for Trivial Use (Fry)
9:30 – 10:30 Using Focus Group to Improve the Reference Services in a Liberal Arts College Library (Guo) How Did You Code “I’m Really Confident That I Can Find the Exact IKEA Pillow”?: Creating an Effective Codebook as a Team (Hebert)
10:30 – 11:00 Break  
11:00 – 12:00 Chat Reference: Using Existing Data to Gather Information About Usage Patterns (Wilson) Import [Include/Exclude] Export: Using Rayyan for Database Comparison Study (Ritchie)
12:00 – 13:00 Aren’t We All English Majors? A Practitioner’s Guide to Humanities Approaches for Library Science (Currier)

3D Printing and Collection Development: Lessons Learned and Future Directions (Ogden)