Browse ALISE 2019 Special Interest Group (SIG) Sessions by Issue

  • Miller, Michael; Lillard, Linda; Salvatore, Cecilia; Ha, Yoojin (2019-09-24)
    At a recent administrative library council meeting of an urban university, a representative from that system's graduate program in library and information science indicated that the library management course could be ...

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  • Koh, Kyungwon; Phillips, Abigail; Cahill, Maria; Escobar, Kristie; Farmer, Lesley; Garrison, Kasey; Gavigan, Karen; Howard, Mary; Joo, Soohyung; Magee, Rachel (2019-09-24)
    The Youth Services SIG proposes a panel of six presentations focusing on youth, learning, and information in a global context. The purpose of the SIG session is (a) to present a diversity of current research that investigates ...

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  • Jones, Kyle; Alemanne, Nicole D.; Kammer, Jenna; Shorish, Yasmeen; Barth, Grace; Taylor, Natalie G.; Hagen, Loni; Samek, Toni; Shiri, Ali; Huang, Carolin; Burgess, John; Knox, Emily (2019-09-24)
    Library and information science (LIS) schools are revising undergraduate and graduate curricula and individual courses to prepare students for data-centric careers, as well as to participate in a data-driven society. To ...

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  • Snow, Karen; Sandy, Heather M.; Sutton, Sarah; Hoffman, Gretchen; Salaba, Athena; Joudrey, Daniel (2019-09-24)
    The global information context is changing rapidly, and resources to support instruction relating to the evolving standards and practices in technical services are in high demand. What do we need and how robust are the ...

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  • Rioux, Kevin; Singh, Rajesh; Singh, Vandana; Koh, Kyungwon; Martaus, Alaine; Schuster, Kristen; Kelley, Brittany; Adkins, Denice; Exner, Nina (2019-09-24)
    SIG Innovative Pedagogies offers a panel that includes four sets of speakers who examine innovative pedagogies for LIS education in a global information context. Each presentation features a different innovative pedagogical ...

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  • Burns, Elizabeth; Soulen, Rita; Kimmel, Sue; Mardis, Marcia; Schultz-Jones, Barbara; Wine, Lois; Kammer, Jenna (2019-09-24)
    Researchers will share papers exploring the SIG theme, The School Library as an Exploration Hub. This interactive SIG session includes presentation of each research paper followed by open dialogue and Q&A regarding issues ...

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  • Cooke, Nicole A.; Miksa, Shawne D.; Mehra, Bharat; Gray, Laverne (2019-09-24)
    Elfreda Chatman’s work was among the first in information science to thoroughly and explicitly address information access and marginalization as social processes. In defining her theories of Information Poverty, Life in ...

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  • Buchanan, Sarah; Alkhaledi, Reem; Copeland, Andrea; Hawamdeh, Suliman; Thayer, Johnathan; Yoon, Ayoung (2019-09-24)
    The Archival / Preservation Education SIG panel explores ongoing developments and innovative classroom pedagogy in teaching preservation and archival studies. Panel includes four presentations of 15 minutes each plus ...

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  • Thompson, Kim; Kawooya, Dick; Jenny, Elizabeth B.; Radford, Marie; Luetkemeyer, Jennifer; Hussey, Lisa (2019-09-24)
    As the conference theme implies, internationalization of LIS education is a critical part of preparing graduates for the fast-changing environments in which libraries and other cultural institutions operate. This session ...

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  • Bossaller, Jenny; Bernier, Anthony; McQueen, Sharon; Peterson, Mark (2019-09-24)
    McQueen recounts the sensational “Great Moon Hoax” of 1835, reported in six daily installments in The Sun in which Sir John Herschel, renowned British astronomer, discovered life on the moon—life so strange and marvelous ...

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