Browse ALISE 2020 Special Interest Group (SIG) Sessions by Issue

  • Edgar, Bill; Ha, YooJin; Rathbun-Grubb, Susan; Jordan, Jessica (2020-10-13)
    Over the past 20 years, Library and Information Science (LIS) programs have greatly diversified what they teach beyond librarianship to include many related, relevant topics, like information needs, human computer ...

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  • Dali, Keren; Thompson, Kim M.; Dow, Mirah J.; Alman, Susan; Faires, Debbie; Smith, Andrew J. M.; Sutton, Sarah; Goulding, Anne; Campbell-Meier, Jennifer; Mehra, Bharat; Jaber, Baheya S.; Phillips, Abigail L.; Anderson, Amelia M.; Renner, Madeline; Muir, Rebecca; Qayyum, Asim; Wong, Melissa (2020-10-13)
    Combining perspectives from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the US, this international panel will develop an honest dialog on disability inclusion in LIS education, drawing on empirical research, discursive analysis, ...

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  • Cahill, Maria; Luetkemeyer, Jennifer; Farmer, Lesley; Harland, Pamela; Harvey, Carl; Spisak, Jen; Collins, Karla; Church, Audrey; Spiering, Jenna; Lechtenberg, Kate (2020-10-13)
    Researchers will share papers exploring the SIG theme, Transforming Learning: Challenges and Opportunities through School Libraries. This interactive SIG session includes presentation of each research paper followed by ...

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  • Taylor, Natalie; Phillips, Abigail; Agosto, Denise E.; Abbas, June; Salib, Gabrielle; Willett, Rebekah; Wheeler, Nathan T.; Feng, Yuanyuan; Barriage, Sarah; DiGiacomo, Daniela; Greenhalgh, Spencer; Escobar, Kristie; Evans, Sarah A.; Subramaniam, Mega (2020-10-13)
    The ALISE Youth Services Special Interest Group (SIG) presents a panel that explores what “youth services” means in the context of LIS education today, including novel additions to youth services curricula and how the ...

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  • Wagner, Travis; Kitzie, Vanessa; Floegel, Diana (2020-10-13)
    Queer theory offers a rich set of ideas, epistemologies, and methodological interventions whose incorporation into theories of information allows for growth, expansion, and potential alteration of library and inforamtion ...

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  • Buchanan, Sarah A.; Babalola, Najim A.; Chelliah, Shobhana L.; Kriesberg, Adam; Pratt, Sarah; Wisser, Katherine M.; Zavalina, Oksana L. (2020-10-13)
    The Archival / Preservation Education SIG panel engages with interconnected external pressures and curricular goals in the archival classroom. Four moderated presentations focus on innovative classroom pedagogy, including ...

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  • Zimmerman, Margaret; Alemanne, Nicole; Kammer, Jenna; Santos Green, Lucy; Johnston, Melissa; Million, A.J.; Farmer, Lesley; Villagran, Michele; Hawamdeh, Suliman; Walster, Dian (2020-10-13)
    The purpose of this session is to 1) present actual strategies and/or resources for addressing ethics and policy in LIS courses, and 2) engage the audience in discussions about the implications of ethics and policy in LIS ...

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  • Jones, Kyle; Burgess, John (2020-10-13)
    Institutions are increasingly using learning analytics to mine and analyze data and information about students and faculty. Often, these tools are viewed positively; they serve as means by which to facilitate educational ...

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  • Chancellor, Renate; Lee, Shari; Hands, Africa; Tucker, Virginia; Bossaller, Jenny; Adkins, Denice; Kleinsorge, Jamie; Mehra, Bharat; Poole, Alex; Agosto, Denise; Alman, Susan; Faires, Debbie (2020-10-13)
    This SIG session features five panels that will share innovative ideas on teaching and learning in LIS. Each panel will showcase a novel approaches to pedagogy that attendees will find useful. Agosto and Poole discuss ...

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  • Snow, Karen; Moulaison Sandy, Heather; Dobreski, Brian; Cho, Hyerim; Dali, Keren (2020-10-13)
    Though change has been constant in information settings for some time now, at the start of a new decade we are presented with an opportunity to review transformations in technical services education and how they may ...

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  • Colón-Aguirre, Mónica; Cooke, Nicole A.; Gibson, Amelia (2020-10-13)
    Student evaluations of teaching (SET), also known as student course evaluations, are a generally accepted ways to evaluate performance of faculty members in higher education. These evaluations are tied to retention, ...

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