SUNYLA 2019 Sessions

SUNYLA 51st Annual Conference-Onondaga Community College

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Wednesday, June 12

2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.: Pre-Conference workshop

W1. The SUNYLA Test Kitchen: Open Access Edition-Brandon West and Logan Rath

Thursday, June 13

Keynote Address: 8:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.-Jason Schmitt

Session A: 10:15 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

A1. Academic Makerspaces on a Shoestring Budget – Pauline Lynch Shostack and Dennis Thoryk

A2. Library Advocacy and Marketing Through Social Media – Charlene V. Martoni-McElrath

A3. On Board the Mentorship: Sailing the Sea of Change with Tenure Track Librarians – Lisa Czirr, Jennifer Moore, Janet Ochs, Maaike Oldemans, Jen Parker, Jeremy Pekarek, Richard Powell, and Hilary Wong

A4. Using the Institutional Repository to Support and Promote the HumanitiesKayla Siddell, Mary George

A5. Six Stages of Feelings, Thoughts, and Actions: Engaging Students with a Model of the Information Search ProcessAndrea Kingston

A6. Interdepartmental Collaboration to Foster IL Development Within a DisciplineAnne C. Deutsch, Jessica Welsh

Vendor 1. EBSCO

Session B: 11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

B1. Transforming Library Services through the ReCAP Shared Collection – Melissa Gasparotto

B2. Changing Populations, Changing Focuses: Transfer Students and the Library – Matthew Harrick, Lee Ann Fullington

B3. What We Talk About When We Talk About Assessment: A Content Analysis of SUNYLA Conference Abstracts 2012-2018 – Stephan Macaluso, Katherine Zipman

B4. Digging Into OneSearch: Teaching Through The Transition – Brianne Hagen, Kimberly Stelter

B5. Transplanting Teaching Techniques: Informal Conversation about InstructionMegan Benson

B6. The Peer Advantage: Students Helping Students at the Reference Desk – Deborah Bauder, Michelle Toth, Mechelle Romanchock

Vendor 2. TBA

Session C: 2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.

C1. Going Green on a Budget: Environmentally Friendly Acquisitions Practices – Nicole Wood

C2. Makerspace Marketing: A Library Anniversary Extravaganza – Sharona Ginsberg, Juan Denzer

C3. Resistance to Change – Nancy Sarah Murillo

C4. Usability and Customization Options for Primo VE: Learning to Love a Fixer-UpperMichelle Eichelberger, Jill Locascio, Rebecca Nous

C5. Library Culture: Transforming the Culture of Mobile Phone Use in the Library – Nandi Prince

C6. First Blood: Using Games to Teach Authority as Constructed and Contextual to Freshman – Jenifer Phelan, Daniel Harms

Vendor 3: TBA

Session D: 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.

D1. The Big Book Migration: From Outdated to UpdatedJamie Saragossi, Gregg Stevens, Laurel Scheinfeld, Jessica Koos, Michael Huang

D2. Informational needs of individuals who experienced a terminal cancer diagnosis of a loved one: an exploratory study – Megan Coder

D3. Win-Win: Students Solving ProblemsLauren Stern, Maaike Oldemans, Szilvia Kadas

D4. SUNY Workplace: What Is It and How Are We Using It? –  Kelly Williamson

D5. Live In The Classroom: Virtual ReferenceAleshia Huber

D6. No More Naps: How to Wake Up Your Library Instruction with Active LearningJennifer Whittaker, Sarah Lane

Vendor 4: EBSCO 2

Poster Presentations: 4:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

P1. Goodbye, Reference Desk: Restructuring Milne Library’s Reference Services—Brandon West

P2. Implementing a Digital Experience for the Physical Exhibit; Dental Instruments Past and PresentJamie Saragossi, Dana Haugh

P3. The Empowered Internship: Opening Up the Curriculum – Alan Witt

P4. A Raspberry Pi Adventure: Monitoring the Monograph Stacks to Identify Patterns of Patron Use—Bill Jones, Alana Nuth

P5. A Sweet Change with Addressing Plagiarism—Carol Anne Germain

P6. Research Data Management: Early Steps to a New Service—Emily Kilcer, Traci Tosh

P7. Exploring Emerging Technologies for Lifelong Learning and Success (#EmTechMOOC) –  Roberta (Robin) Sullivan

P8. Pop-Up Pointers: Tips and Tricks for Pop-Up Libraries – Jennifer Moore, Richard Powell

P9. Building Empathy and Driving Change with User Experience DesignJustin Cronise

P10. The Power of Primo: Leveraging the new LSP’s Functionality for the Delivery of Faculty Adopted Open Educational Resources – Brenden McCarthy, Katie Jezik

P11. Let’s Talk About It! Reflective Practice Groups and Instruction Librarians – Alice Wilson

P12. How Effective is the Language of Information Literacy? –  Jean-Paul Orgeron

P13. Promoting Metacognition with the Metaliteracy Badging System – Kelsey O’Brien

P14. From Boots to Books: How Librarians Can Support Student Veterans and their Families – Jennifer Jeffery

P15. Invitation to Chat: Going from Passive to Proactive Chat Reference at Syracuse University Libraries – Natalie LoRusso, Abby Kasowitz-Scheer

P16. Shaking the Windows and Rattling the Walls: The Reference Times They Are A Changin’ (with apologies to Bob Dylan) –  Cindy Hagelberger

P17. Course Material Selection: A Proposed Framework – Laura Harris

Friday, June 14

Session E: 9:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

E1. Utilizing 3D Technology in Digital Archives – Jane Fiegel

E2. Cost Dinosaur or Strategic Partner: Excellent Community College Libraries as Partners in the Success of the Institution – Katherine McGivern

E3. SUNY Community College Libraries and Guided Pathways – Katie Ghidiu and Alice Wilson

E4. How Do You Solve A Problem Like Faculty-Librarian Relationship Building? –  Samantha Dannick

E5. Integrating Library Instruction into the Disciplines: A Veterinary Science Model- a 17 Year Follow-up/Reflection – Steve Dixon

E6. Jigsaw Falling Into Place: The Evolution of An Information Literacy Session – Lisa Czirr

Vendor 5: TBA

Session F: 10:45 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

F1. Gov Docs in Transition: Lessons Learned on the Path to Becoming an All-Online DepositoryKatelyn Baroody; Handout

F2. (Session Cancelled)

F3. Equitable Student Assistant Supervision & Delegation – Charlene V. Martoni-McElrath

F4. Promotion & Tenure Committee Panel – Carrie Fishner, Maria McLane

F5. (Session Cancelled)

F6. Zombie Escape: Gamifying Library Instruction with Active Learning Activities – Jeremy Pekarek, Jenifer Phelan, Annette Ernste

Vendor 6: TBA

Session G: 11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

G1. Leveraging Staff to Train Student Employees – Amy Hathaway, Glen Benedict

G2. Libraries, Research, and Repositories: The Ties That BindMaureen Zajkowski, Mark McBride, Karen Gardner-Athey

G3. Get In The Van! Library Safari as a Team Building, Information Gathering and Change Management ToolMechele Romanchock

G4. Making the Case for OER at a R1 University – Ashley Shea

G5. Take a Bite Out of it! –  Jocelyn Ireland

Vendor 7: TBA