Browse ALISE 2021 Special Interest Group Sessions by Issue Date

  • Zimmerman, Margaret (2021-09-20)
    The Information Policy SIG will solicit panelists to come together and discuss pedagogical practices related to information policy. We understand that a strong grasp of information policy is crucial to shaping the next ...

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  • Edgar, Bill; Burress, Rene; Ha, Yoojin; Rathbun-Grubb, Susan (2021-09-20)
    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 interaction, ...

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  • Floegel, Diana; Mikitish,Stephanie; Cooke, Nicole; Kitzie, Vanessa (2021-09-20)
    Navigating “the job market” is a major challenge for Ph.D. candidates and recent graduates. This panel from ALISE’s Doctoral Student Special Interest Group will focus on how to find and apply for a variety of positions ...

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  • Luetkemeyer,Jennifer; Morris, Rebecca; Cahill, Maria; DiScala, Jeffrey; Moore, Jennifer; Farmer, Lesley; Johnston, Melissa; Green, Lucy Santos (2021-09-20)
    Researchers will share three papers exploring selected School Library topics. This interactive SIG session includes presentation of papers followed by open dialogue and Q&A regarding issues raised by the papers, implications ...

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  • Gray, Laverne; Johnson, Aisha; Chancellor, Renate; Salvatore, Cecilia; Poole, Alexander; Zhang, Jane (2021-09-20)
    Abstract (498 words): As the profession evolves, and seeks to thrive during unprecedented times, a number of gaps in service are becoming more apparent to educators, practitioners, and information seekers. Beyond existing ...

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  • Chancellor, Renate; Lee, Shari (2021-09-20)
    This session will feature three dynamic presentations that extends learning beyond the classroom. Panel 1 will investigate global approaches to teaching research methods. Panel 2 will discuss rising costs and tuition ...

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  • Crumpton, Michael; DePolt, Joanna; Duck, Tiffany; Moniz, Richard (2021-09-20)
    Collaboration between faculty, faculty practitioners, and practitioners enhances teaching and research opportunities, provides more hands-on learning opportunities, and improves the knowledge and experience of all of those ...

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  • Charbonneau, Deborah (2021-09-20)
    The COVID-19 public health crisis has highlighted the need for developing strategies for self-care and resilience amid adversity, trauma, tragedy, uncertainty, and stress. The Health SIG will sponsor a program exploring ...

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  • Colón-Aguirre, Mónica; Cooke, Nicole (2021-09-20)
    In this lightning talk session, panelists will share brief statements regarding the roles of libraries in times of crises, including ideas such as navigating difficult conversations around anti-racism and other “controversial” ...

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  • Buchanan, Sarah A.; Barsan, Erin; Benoit, Edward, III; Cocciolo, Anthony; Johnson, Aisha M.; Lima, Amanda; Matusiak, Krystyna K.; Poole, Alex; Post, Colin; Zhang, Jane (2021-09-20)
    The Archival / Preservation Education SIG panel engages with community-responsive master's-level archival education. Seven ten-minute individual presentations and audience discussion traverse the decision points in managing ...

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  • Taylor, Natalie; Magee, Rachel (2021-09-20)
    The ALISE Youth Services Special Interest Group (SIG) presents a panel that explores the ways in which youth services in libraries support health, inclusion, and youth resiliency. The session will begin with presentations ...

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  • Dali, Keren; Hahn, Michelle K.; Smith, Andrew J.M. (2021-09-20)
    The COVID years (2020-2021) have put the issues of disability and accessibility in the spotlight. Social interactions, employment, studies, and day-to-day activities for some people with disabilities have become increasingly ...

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  • Burgess, John T.F.; Jones, Kyle M.L. (2021-09-20)
    This session of the ALISE Information Ethics SIG will serve as a focal point for conversations about ethics education for resilience, with a special emphasis on collaboratively developing competency-driven goals, learning ...

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  • Snow, Karen; Dobreski, Brian; Sandy, Heather Moulaison; Rathbun-Grubb, Susan; Salaba, Athena (2021-09-20)
    Technical services educators have needed to demonstrate creativity and foresight in providing venues for their students, especially in online classes, to engage meaningfully with material. In the past year, that has also ...

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  • Villagran, Michele; Engseth, Ellen (2021-09-20)
    This is being submitted for the International Library Education SIG. Content: This panel will center on curricula and learning experiences, and will discuss the profession’s need for more resilient and future-thinking ...

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