SUNYLA 2016 Sessions

SUNYLA 48th Annual Conference – Binghamton

Did you present this year?  Send your presentations to web@sunyla.org for inclusion here!

Wednesday, June 8

1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.: Pre-conference workshops

  • W1. Finding the Right Platform for Convergence and Cooperation: Selecting the Next ILS for SUNY – Shannon Pritting; Maureen Zajkowski; Jennifer Smathers; Rebecca Hyams; Violet Price; Gregg Kiehl; Angela Rhodes, Jenn Murray
  • W2. Stepping Up Your Research Game with Qualitative Methods – Brandon West; Lee Ann Fullington
  • W3. Polish Your Prose: Abstracting & Editing Your Scholarly & Creative Works – Sheryl Kron Larson-Rhodes
  • W4. SUNY Guide on the Side Pilot Project – Trevor Riley; Katie Bertel

Thursday, June 9

8:45 a.m. -10:00 a.m.: Keynote, University Union, Mandela Room

10:15 a.m. -11:00 a.m.: Conference sessions A

11:15 a.m. -12:00 p.m.: Conference sessions B

2:00 p.m. -2:45 p.m.: Conference sessions C

3:00 p.m. -3:45 p.m.: Conference sessions D

  • D1. A comparison of two 3D printing programs in academic library settings – Jamie Saragossi; Molly Higgins
  • D2. Early Intervention: An Academic Library Research Seminar for Early College High School Freshman – Matthew Harrick
  • D3. If we can program the way we want to”¦ – Amanda M. Lowe; Carol Anne Germain
  • D4. Designing Information Assignments for Literacy: An Open Web Resource – Alexandra Rojas; Dianne Gordon Conyers and Priscilla Stadler
  • D5. Technical Services Interest Group Lightning Rounds – Wendy West; Rebecca Nous
  • D6. 3 New Ways to use Scopus to Support Your Academic Community – Scopus
  • D7. Taylor & Francis – Beth Mullen and Sean Concannon (Taylor & Francis)

4:15 p.m. -6:00 p.m.: Poster sessions

  • P1. Getting to Yes: Collaboration and Compromise in the Reorganization of a Juvenile Literature Collection – Kellie Barbato and Erin Bennett
  • P2. 3D or Not 3D? That is the Question: Library Makerspace Moves into Literature – Laura Dumuhosky and Wendy Prince
  • P3. Conversation, Connection, Convergence: Lifelong Learning in the Library – Jessica Kiebler and Matthew Regan
  • P4. Faculty Use of Author Identifiers and Researcher Networking Tools – Clara Y. Tran and Jennifer A. Lyon
  • P5. The Human Element : Bringing people and technology together through IDS – Nancy Abashian
  • P6. Librarian-Faculty Collaborations: Information Literacy Instruction Across Campus – Lawrence Paretta and Eduardo Rivera
  • P7. Supporting Research for major Institutional GrantsHandout – Theresa Zahor
  • P8. On the Road to Premier: Planning, Marketing and Assessing for the Binghamton University Libraries – Elise Thornley
  • P9. Getting HIP: Aligning Library Resources and Services to Support High Impact Practices – Alice Wilson, Katie DeRusso, Andrea Kingston
  • P10. READstricted: Banned Books Week 2015 – Carrie Fishner
  • P11. There’s gold in them thar hills! Using GoldRush for better collection development – Joe Riggie and Katie Bertel
  • P12. Biblio-Archaeology: Rediscovering and Researching Old Books in Undergraduate Writing Classes – Kelly Helm
  • P13. Working Title: ABCs of Combining Access & Reference Services & IT into a Single Service Point – Jennifer DeVito and Laura Costello
  • P14. IR Practices in ARL Libraries – Yu-Hui Chen
  • P15. Texts of Ritual Magic: Challenges for the Librarian – Daniel Harms
  • P16. Students, Textbooks, and Open Education Resources: Can We Afford Not to Listen? – Leah Galka
  • P17. Converging on nutrition education competencies: Aligning library instruction with undergraduate professional program requirements – Lee Ann Fullington
  • P18. Bridging the Gap: Embedding Information Literacy in First-Year Experience Programs – Alexandra Hamlett
  • P19. Taking it outside: Interacting with librarians outside of their usual habitat! – Cindy Hagelberger
  • P20. Scaling up OER Publishing with a Networked Approach – Kate Pitcher and Allison Brown
  • P21. Digital Special Collections – Joshua Rakower
  • P22. Converging Research: Exploring the possible convergence of two different studies looking at information literacy instruction – Michelle Toth
  • P23. Assessment: One student at a time – Michelle Bishop
  • P24. The student project problem: Identifying opportunities for use of collections digitized by LIS students at St. John’s University – Madalaine Vericker
  • P25. Empire Archival Discovery Cooperative – Jennifer Palmentiero

Friday, June 10

9:15 a.m. -10:00 a.m.: Conference sessions E

10:15 a.m. -11:00 a.m.: Conference sessions F

  • F1. Reclaiming the Spotlight: Using Open Access Benefits to Cast the Library in a Starring Role – Doug Cannon, bepress
  • F2. Peer Instruction and Experiential Learning Come Together in a Collaborative Information Literacy Project – Leah Galka; Amy Rockwell
  • F3. From Worst to First: WTF? How getting over ourselves improved student satisfaction and retention – Michelle Currier; Cori Wilhelm
  • F4. 1-Hour Article Delivery Doesn’t Have to Be a Miracle: Getting Past Manual Copyright and Article Purchase Review in ILL – Shannon Pritting; Nickie Colello; Anne Bouvier
  • F5. Global Perspectives: Shared Values of Cuban Librarians – Kenneth Schlesinger; Tess Tobin
  • F6. Speed Weeding on the Cheap – Amanda Hollister; Sue Slivan
  • F7. Research is a Verb – Sara Tarpley, Gale

11:15 a.m. -12:00 p.m.: Conference sessions G