Program

See "Session-only Schedule" (pdf) for details on specific times for each breakout session. 
- A full, “Schedule at a Glance,” and a detailed program will be in your attendee folder at the conference.

Schedule


__Thursday, May 8
__12:30 - 8:00 p.m. Registration & information
__12:30 - 4:45 p.m. Optional: Pre-Conference GVSU Library Tour
__1:30 - 4:30 p.m. Optional: Pre-Conference Workshop (additional fee)   
__5:15 - 6:00 p.m. Optional: First-time Attendee Orientation     
__6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Hors d'oeuvres Reception (at conference hotel)     
__Friday, May 9
__7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Registration & information
__7:30 - 8:30 a.m.        Breakfast buffet
__8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Welcome & plenary speaker (Terry Doyle, Ferris State University)
__10:15 - 11:05 a.m. Breakout sessions 1   
__11:20 a.m. - 12:10 p.m. Breakout sessions 2
__12:10 - 1:15 p.m. Lunch buffet 
__1:00 - 1:30 p.m. Roundtable Discussions (Five topics)
__1:15 - 1:45 p.m. Poster sessions
__1:45 - 2:35 p.m. Breakout sessions 3
__2:50 - 3:40 p.m. Breakout sessions 4
__3:40 - 4:10 p.m. Poster sessions / Snack break
__4:10 - 5:00 p.m. Breakout sessions 5
__Early evening Dine-arounds at area restaurants (optional; access via attendee wiki)
__Saturday, May 10
__7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Registration & information
__7:30 - 8:30 a.m.  Breakfast buffet
__8:30 - 9:35 a.m.  Announcements (brief) & plenary speaker (Lee Van Orsdel, GVSU )
__9:50 - 10:40 a.m.  Breakout sessions 6
__10:55 - 11:45 a.m.  Breakout sessions 7
__11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Lunch
__12:30 - 1:15 p.m. Lightning Talks (5 presentations/main ballroom)
__1:30 - 2:20 p.m. Breakout sessions 8
__2:35 - 3:25 p.m. Breakout sessions 9
__3:25 p.m. Conference Concludes

 

Interactive Workshops


A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words -- Or is it?
Sharon Radcliff (CSU East Bay)

Artifacts of Learning: Charting a Library Ethnographic Study
Michael Courtney, Carrie Donovan and Andrew Asher (Indiana University)

Beyond Eye Candy: Strategies for Engaging Students in Conversations about Visual Literacy
Kristin Fontichiaro (University of Michigan School of Information) and Debbie Abilock (NoodleTools)

Broadening Your Palette: Adding Dimension to Lesson Plans Using a Range of Technologies
Linda Miles (Yeshiva Univerisity), Jennifer Poggiali (Lehman College, CUNY) and Phil Poggiali (Pace University)

Grand, Rapid Editathon: Using Exciting and Brief Wikipedia-Editing Activities to Teach Information Literacy
John T. Oliver (The College of New Jersey)

Information Literacy Challenge: Game On
Andrew Walsh (University of Huddersfield)

Instruction in Transition: Using iPad-driven Problem-Based Learning to Enhance the Freshman Experience
Rachel W. Gammons, Melissa Gold and Katie Stewart (Millersville University)

Library Instruction as Participatory Art: Engaging Students with Tablets and Active Learning
Jill Markgraf and John Pollitz (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire)

Look at It This Way: Scaffolding Critical Evaluation Using Images and Advertisements
John Watts and Emily Scharf (Webster University)

Smoke and Mirrors: Have You Been Faking…Your Teaching?
Rhonda Huisman (Wichita State University)

Sorting through the Clutter: Improving Instructional Design through "Card Sorting"
Andreas Orphanides and Anne Burke (North Carolina State University)

The Flipped Canvas: Inverting Information Literacy Instruction
Sara Arnold-Garza and Kimberly Miller (Towson University)


Presentations


A Tableau Vivant: A Multimodal/MultiSensory Teaching Experience of Threshold Concepts in an Information Literacy Classroom
Kate Langan (Western Michigan University)

An Embedded Librarian: Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How Well?
Heather James (Marquette University)

Bless our Hearts: Going from Earnest to Truly Engaging by Injecting Critical Pedagogy into Information Literacy Instruction
Naomi Stuesser and Sarah Brandt (University of West Georgia)

Collaborating to Unlock Creativity: A Palette of Inspiration
Nicole E. Brown and Susan K. Jacobs (NYU)

Collaborators in Course Design: A Librarian and Publisher at the Intersection of Information Literacy & Scholarly Communication
Catherine Fraser Riehle (Purdue University)

Combating a Zombie Apocalypse through Subject-Specific Research: A Topic Selection Practice
Alicia Salaz and Teresa MacGregor (Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar)

Creating New Compositions: Using Prezi Palettes to Reinvigorate Information Literacy Instruction
Terri Artemchik and Amy Fyn (Coastal Carolina University)

Exposure to Infographics: Focus on Active Learning
Melanie Parlette-Stewart and Lindsey Robinson (University of Guelph)

From Hack to Herzog: Supporting Research-Based Student-Made Documentaries as the New "Research Paper"
Glenda Insua and Annie Armstrong (University of Illinois at Chicago)

From Recommendations to Reality: Designing Effective Online Tutorials
Lindsey McLean (Loyola Marymount University)

Hopes, Impressions, and Reality: Is a Discovery Layer the Answer?
Susan Avery and Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

How Do Our Students Learn: A Cognitive Psychological Model for Information Literacy Instruction
Dani Brecher (Claremont Colleges) and Kevin Michael Klipfel (CSU-Chico)

In the Eyes of the Beholder: Finding the Beauty in Discovery Tools
Nancy Fawley (University of Nevada Las Vegas) and Nikki Krysak (Norwich University)

Information Literacy at the Crossroads: The Convergence Between the Research and the Writing Processes
Susan Ariew (University of South Florida)

Inquiry-Based Learning Online: Designing and Delivering a Blended and Embedded Information Literacy Program
Alan Carbery and Janet Cottrell (Champlain College)

Jump into the Game: How Libraries Can Adapt to Institutional Assessment Plans
Jessica Crossfield McIntosh, Rares Piloiu and Amy Parsons (Otterbein University)

Letting Gogh of the Traditional Lecture and Lab: Flipping the Business Information Literacy Classroom
Ilana Barnes (Purdue University)

Looking into Infinity: Using the Deep Web as a Pedagogical Tool
Erik Radio (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Making our own Canvas: How We Did a Comprehensive Review of our Information Literacy Program
John J Meier and Anne Behler (Penn State University)

Mass Producing a Masterpiece: Designing a Required One Credit, Distributed Learning Information Literacy Course
Karen Brown and Sharon Verba (University of South Carolina)

Mixing in New Colors: Using the Train-the-Trainer Model to Create Information Literacy Co-Instructors
Patricia Hartman (Auburn University) and Valerie Perry (University of Kentucky)

Mixing it Up: Librarian-Faculty Collaboration to Develop and Implement a Digital Learning Badges Program Promoting Information Literacy
Bee Gallegos (Arizona State University)

Moving from Monet to Banksy - How Analysis of Information Literacy Data Directs the Creation of Dynamic Online Tutorials
Gail Strachan and Adele Magowan (Seneca College)

Owning the Stage: Using Dramatic Theory to Improve Teaching
Lindsey Rae (Champlain College)

Painting on an Electronic Easel: Tips and Tricks for Using a Smart Board in Library Instruction
Lindy Scripps-Hoekstra (Grand Valley State University)

Painting the Big Picture: Presenting Core Information Literacy Concepts through Instructional Videos
Jennifer Garrett and Andreas Orphanides (North Carolina State University)

Partnering to Picture a Plagiarism Prevention Pattern
Frances Whaley (Illinois Valley Community College)

Preparing Librarians to be Campus Leaders through Mapping and Integrating Information Literacy into Curriculum
Li Wang (University of Auckland) and Sharon Weiner (Purdue University)

Preparing Students for the Real World: Giving Future Professionals a Palette of Practical Information Literacy Tools and Skills
Imelda Vetter (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

Primary Colors: The Art of Teaching and Learning with Primary Sources in the Library
Adam Beauchamp (Tulane University)

Ride, SALI, Ride: A Dashboard Approach to Instruction Program Management
Laurie Sutch and Doreen Bradley (University of Michigan)

Sculpting the Mind, Shaping the Learner: Mindfulness Practices in the Classroom
Jill E. Luedke (Temple University) and Deborah Ultan Boudewyns (University of Minnesota)

Simple Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Maps and Information Literacy
Andrew Battista (University of Montevallo)

Sketches to a Masterpiece in Assessment
Ann Roselle and Christine Moore (Phoenix College)

Something Old Can Be New Again: Learning Commons Policies & Outreach Development
Nikhat J. Ghouse (University of Kansas) and Kawanna Bright (Florida International University)

Splashes Of Color: Quick And Easy Active Learning Assessments In Your Library Classroom
Maoria Kirker (Creighton University), Zoe Fisher (Pierce College) and Elise Ferer (Dickinson College)

Starting from Scratch: Meaningful Integration of Information Literacy through Collaborative Course and Assignment Design
Chris Sweet and Meghan Burke (Illinois Wesleyan University)

Tailoring Information Literacy Instruction with International Flair: Partnering for Global Reach
Anna Kozlowska (Dickinson College)

Talking Back(channel): TodaysMeet and Library Instruction
Jordan Moore (Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library)

Teaching the Law & Ethics of Image Use in an Age of Appropriation & Piracy
Alexander Watkins (University of Colorado Boulder)

Teaching to Teach: A Successful Regional Collaboration for Library Instruction Training
Sarah Young (Cornell University) and Lindsay Marlow (University of South Dakota)

The Art of Discovery: Helping Students Find Inspiration in Unlikely Places
Anne Jumonville and Dr. Kelly Carlisle (Trinity University)

The Art of Information: Teaching Visual Literacy with First-Year Students
Andi Beckendorf (Luther College)

The Art of the Win: Engaging Students in Citing Sources
William Cuthbertson and Lyda F. Ellis (University of Northern Colorado)

The Writing is on the Wall: Using Padlet for Whole-Class Engagement
Beth Fuchs (University of Kentucky)

Unifying ideas: Building For-Credit Information Literacy Courses Around Themes to Optimize Student Learning
Elizabeth Price and Rebecca Richardson (Murray State University)

Users' Impressions of LibGuides: Feedback from a Student Focus Group
Rebecca Payne (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

We're All In It Together: Professional Development Linking Multi-Type Libraries with Information Literacy Instruction Across One State
Cheryl Ann McCarthy and Mary MacDonald (University of Rhode Island)

Writing, Searching, Thinking, Learning: Cross-Training Peer Research and Writing Tutors to Maximize Student Success
Julia Glassman, Doug Worsham and Christine Holten (University of California, Los Angeles)

Zombies, Pirates, and Law Students: Creating Comics for your Academic Library
Jennifer Poggiali (Lehman College, City University of New York), Katy Kavanagh (East Carolina University) and Matt Upson (Oklahoma State University)