Browse ALISE 2021 Juried Panels by Title

  • Chow, Anthony; Cusick, Megan; de la Cruz, Justin; McGehee, Martha; Conte, Ashley (2021-09-20)
    Library advocacy is a long-standing tradition at UNCG’s Department of Library and Information Science. The LIS faculty take leadership roles in advocacy and legislation both at state and national levels and make it a point ...

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  • Cooke, Nicole; Phillips, Abigail; Eckert, Cory; Kendrick, Kaetrena (2021-09-20)
    During the 2020-2021 academic year, which occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic, library and information science (LIS) faculty, scholars, practitioners, and students were all forced into new ways of being, learning, and ...

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  • Latham, Don; Burnett, Kathleen; Smith, Linda C.; Gengler, Jill; Kazmer, Michelle (2021-09-20)
    For 25 years, the iSchools at Florida State University (FSU) and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign have been leaders in online learning, providing education to students who might not otherwise have had access to ...

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  • Samek, Toni; MacLeod, Lorisia; MacLeod, Kaia; Lar-Son, Kayla; Ball, Tanya; Carr-Wiggin, Anne (2021-09-20)
    The 2020 ALISE statistical data reveals Indigenous students comprise less than one-half percent of the total number of students across reporting programs. The MLIS program 2020-21 Indigenous student population at the School ...

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  • Erdelez, Sanda; Bossaller, Jenny; O'Connor, Lisa; Lankes, R. David (2021-09-20)
    Panel overview: Library & information science programs and their parent schools and universities are no strangers to experiencing natural disasters. Many are situated in environments prone to hurricanes, flood, winter ...

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  • Warraich, Nosheen; Rorrisa, Abebe (2021-09-20)
    This panel is a continuation of interactive panels targeting LIS graduate students at previous ALISE annual meetings. The current panel aims to identify the challenges faced by and opportunities for international graduate ...

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  • Caidi, Nadia; Dali, Keren; Assefa, Shimelis; Thompson, Kim; Goulding, Anne (2021-09-20)
    In congruence with the conference theme, “Crafting a Resilient Future: Leadership, Education, & Inspiration”, our panel seeks to address the ways in which faculty members in LIS/IS programs have contended with the various ...

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  • Gorichanaz, Tim; Agosto, Denise; Latham, Kiersten; Hartel, Jenna (2021-09-20)
    What are grades for? In this interactive session, attendees will reflect on this overarching question. We will discuss our evolving practices regarding learning assessment, which can be broadly described as a shift from ...

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  • McDowell, Kate; Cooke, Nicole; Del Negro, Janice; Patin, Beth; Tenney, Curtis (2021-09-20)
    Storytelling implications have been under-explored in LIS. Storytelling involves a teller, an audience, and a story that emerges in the dynamic exchange--laughter, gasps, suspenseful silence--so that each storytelling ...

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  • Wiles, Bradley; Dowell, Meghan; Schlais, Vanessa; Yan, Xiaohan (2021-09-20)
    This panel presentation will discuss the results of a study that examines the status of teacher education in United States-based Library and Information Studies (LIS) doctoral degree programs. The study integrates analysis ...

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