Breakout Session II
11:10 am to 12:00 pm
Collaborating Across Institutions: Lessons in Planning a Co-Hosted Conference
John O'Connor & Sarah Melton, Boston College & Ellen Phillips, Boston University
Room: NEW HAMPSHIRE
This session discusses the successes and opportunities for improvement from the Boston College/Boston University collaboration to co-host OpenCon 2018 Boston. We hope our experiences will inform how others manage similar events in the future.
Tags: Administration, Management and Leadership, Professional/Staff Development, Scholarly Communication
Mind the Gap: Formalizing Library and Vendor Collaboration
Kathleen Berry, UMass Amherst, Rose Reynolds & Abby Baines, Smith College, Johanna Radding, Amherst College, Eric VanGorden, Amy Thurlow & Anya N. Arnold, EBSCO
Juggling the complexities of coordinating input and needs from multiple institutions can be daunting. Come learn how the Five Colleges commitment to collaboration fuels the success of the whole by identifying effective pathways for communication within the library, the consortia, and with our vendor.
Tags: Administration, Management and Leadership, Assessment, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Outreach, Technical Services, Technology, Professional/Staff Development
Merged Services in the Learning Commons: We Did the Work So You Won't Have To
Carol Will & Theresa Dooley, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Increasingly, libraries of all types are exploring better ways to meet the needs of their users. Our experience informs others on aspects of combining public services into one service , and what to consider when planning and implementing new models. Hearing about the reality of such a merge can be very instructive.
Tags: Access Services, Administration, Management and Leadership, Assessment, Reference, Technology
On the Fringe: How Data Professionals Collaborate For Stronger Library Programs
Patricia Condon, University of New Hampshire, Thea Atwood, University of Massachusetts Amherst & Catherine DeRose, Yale University
Building effective and successful data services programs requires entrepreneurial collaboration. In this panel, three data professionals share their experiences collaborating with other units on campus to provide data-related support.
Tags: Data Services
Co-Teaching Critical Reading in a Developmental Writing Course
Lauren Stern & Jeffrey Jackson, SUNY Cortland
Looking to expand your instructional repertoire? Attend this interactive workshop in order to identify opportunities, challenges, and strategies for co-teaching critical reading skills at your own institution.
Tags: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Teaching and Learning
Serendipity, Symbiosis, Synergy: Finding and Cultivating Collaborative Opportunities
Pamela Hayes-Bohanan & Elizabeth Spievak, Bridgewater State University
ROOM: RHODE ISLAND
Presenters will discuss how they found opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration by aligning their teaching and research with institutional priorities. They will share how they found new ways of thinking about their work and how they apply what they’ve learned together in their own teaching.
Tags: Assessment, Reference, Teaching and Learning