Program-Friday

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May 2nd

8:00 - 10:00 AM 
Registration

Lobby

8:00 - 11:00 AM   
Internet Café

Room B

9:00-10:00 AM 
3 Concurrent Sessions

 

Room C

Scaffolding Student Learning in Nursing
*2014 WAAL Information Literacy Award
Eric Jennings
, UW-Eau Claire
Hans Kishel, UW-Eau Claire
Bryan Vogh,
UW-Eau Claire

 

Information literacy instruction in Nursing at UW-Eau Claire was typically done within the "one-shot" framework. By utilizing the lesson study methodology, 3 librarians and 3 nursing professors from UW-Eau Claire collaborated to create an integrated instructional program within the nursing program that focused on information literacy and evidence based practice skills in the sophomore, junior, and senior years.

We will discuss what lesson study is and present results (pre & post intervention) of the longitudinal study that used the lesson study methodology and discuss ways in which this pedagogical method can be used in other disciplines.


 Room D


SESSION CANCELLED: Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Designing curriculum to promote IL standards for First-Year college students
Sara Gold,
WiLS
Theresa Beaulieu,
UW-Milwaukee
Ted Mulvey,
UW-Oshkosh

According to the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), “Information literacy forms the basis for lifelong learning. It is common to all disciplines, to all learning environments, and to all levels of education. It enables learners to master content and extend their investigations, become more self-directed, and assume greater control over their own learning.”The ACRL has identified five standards along with indicators and outcomes used to determine the information literacy of students, and yet librarians continue to report significant deficiencies in the information literacy skills of incoming college freshman. Join us for a panel discussion of librarians from UW-Milwaukee, UW- Oshkosh and Wisconsin High Schools to identify and address information literacy deficiencies in students through well-designed curriculum that engages and educates.


Room A

 DIY Book Scanner Project Management

Holly Storck-Post, UW-Madison, SLIS
Jenny Nygren McBurney, UW-Madison, SLIS
Sean Ottosen, UW-Madison, SLIS
Trevor Kuehl,
UW-Madison, SLIS

Come learn how six SLIS students built a DIY book scanner for their library! This presentation will cover construction (using a basic kit from www.diybookscanner.org, as well as SLIS-specific modifications), spray paint finishes, camera hacking software, and more. Throughout the course of their semester, the students kept a detailed blog with progress updates (and frustrations) that can be used as a learning guide for future projects at your own library. The presenters will share experiences and advice, and they will demonstrate how to use the book scanner. Afterwards, there will be a Q&A session.

 

10:00-10:30 AM
Break

 

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM        
Keynote Program with Maurice York
The Laboratory of the Humanities and Sandbox for the Sciences:  Remaking the Library

Riverview North

Bookbot. Immersive Displays. Gaming labs. Virtual Environments.  The James B. Hunt Library at North Carolina State University has them all.  In the midst of the planning and completion of one of the most cutting edge libraries in the United States was Maurice York, Head of Information Technology at the Hunt Library.  This library recently won the 2014 Stanford Prize for Innovation in Research Libraries in recognition of its groundbreaking integration of library technology into the research fabric of the university. 

With ten years in library IT and library services management, Maurice is an experienced project manager for planning and deployment of enterprise-scale solutions in both IT and AV systems for hardware, software and application development. In 2013, the American Library Association named Maurice as one of the Tech Leaders on its annual Movers and Shakers list for his work on advanced applications of technology in library spaces