Breakout Session III
1:30 to 2:20 pm
Reaching Across Campus: How to Successfully Collaborate with Campus Partners to Teach Fake News Workshops
Amelia Kallaher, Michael Engle, Christian Miller, Cornell University Library & Kelee Pacion, Princeton University
Fake news is a big topic, best addressed by assembling a variety of perspectives. This session’s speakers will share the many collaborative approaches they have undertaken to educate and inform various library constituencies (including faculty, students, and the public) about this phenomenon.
Tags: Teaching and Learning
Collaborating on Primary Source Instruction: Opportunities and Challenges
James Kessenides, Yale University Library
Please join us and share your stories of collaborating on primary source instruction in academic libraries. Whether you have examples of collaborative teaching with primary sources you have already done or ideas for what you would like to do in the future, this roundtable discussion will provide an opportunity to learn what your colleagues at other institutions are doing and to reflect on new directions in teaching with primary sources.
Tags: Archives and Special Collections, Outreach Teaching and Learning
Open Doors for All Ages: Connecting Schools with the Academic Library
Anne Jung-Mathews, Plymouth State University, Kelsie Eckert & Etienne Vallee, Moultonborough Academy
Room: NEW HAMPSHIRE
Is it possible for the academic library to serve both university students and the students in the communities surrounding our campuses? The answer is YES! A panel featuring an academic librarian, a high school social studies teacher, and library media specialist will discuss a regularly scheduled research visit involving students participating in the National History Day program.
Our Library, Your Portal: Integrating Dynamic Library Content Into A Campus Portal
Daisy Benson, Gary S. Atwood, Dan DeSanto, & Graham Sherriff, University of Vermont
Learn about an innovative and collaborative project in which instruction librarians worked with their institution’s Registrar’s Office to integrate library resources and services into a campus-wide portal. Integration has been implemented in two phases: the development of a global library page for all campus-users, then customized date-specific content for targeted groups of students and employees based on characteristics including major and academic status.
Tags: Outreach, Technology, Teaching and Learning
Reimagining Workflows in Digital Collections to Pay Off Technical Debt
Colleen Farry, University of Scranton
Room: RHODE ISLAND
Librarians, archivists, and digital collections managers often experience technical debt on digital projects due to preexisting backlogs, limited resources, and the lack of well-defined workflows. This session will explore the concept of technical debt and how reimagining workflows and pursuing interdepartmental collaborations can help pay off the debt sometimes incurred on digital projects.
Tags: Administration, Management and Leadership, Archives and Special Collections, Technology, Assessment, Collections, Data Services, Professional/Staff Development
First Bring Cookies: Reflections, Tools, and Tips on Evolving a Partnership of Academic Libraries
Galadriel Chilton & Heidi Nance, Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation
Through stories, outcomes, and examples, two librarians from a partnership of academic libraries will share their tips, experience, and practices for enabling and building collaboration.
Tags: Access Services, Administration, Management, and Leadership, Collections, Professional/Staff Development