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Monday, February 5
 

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Tuesday, February 6
 

7:30am

8:00am

9:00am

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Wednesday, February 7
 

7:30am

8:00am

8:30am

Special Program: Connecting Teaching and Research Cotton Creek IIStephen Bajjaly • Rong Tang Session 1.3 - Juried Panel: Expanding the LIS universe: Implementing archival theory, practice, and pedagogy within the Catholic and social justice traditions. Standley IChristine Angel • Youngok Choi • Molly Hazelton • Patricia Ann Lawton • Cecilia Salvatore Session 1.1A - Juried Papers: Curriculum Development Life Cycle Approach to Data Science Specialization in LIS Education. Meadowbrook IIMarie Radford • Hammad Rauf Khan Session 1.1B - Juried Papers: Training Knowledge Creation Facilitators: The Alignment of Organizational Needs with LIS Expertise and Curriculum. Meadowbrook IIDarin Freeburg • Marie Radford Session 1.1C - Juried Papers: Team Science: Development of an Immersive Curriculum for Information Professionals to Play an Expanding Role in Scientific Collaboration. TBAMarie Radford • Suzie Allard • Danielle Pollock Session 1.2A - Juried Papers: You’re So Sensitive! How LIS Professionals Define and Discuss Microaggressions Online. Meadowbrook IKendra Albright • Nicole Cooke • Miriam Sweeney Session 1.2B - Juried Papers: Cyberbullying, Digital Citizenship, and Youth with Autism: Global LIS Education as a Piece in the Puzzle. Meadowbrook IKendra Albright • Amelia Anderson • Abigail Phillips Session 1.2C - Juried Papers: Teaching through Activism: Service Learning, Community Archives, and Digital Repository Building in MLIS Classrooms. Meadowbrook IKendra Albright • Elise Lewis • Travis Wagner Information Ethics SIG: Exploring the Boundaries of Information Ethics Cotton Creek IJohn Budd • John Burgess • Keren Dali • Emily Knox • Toni Samek • Ali Shiri • Cheryl Trepanier • Iulian Vamanu Innovative Pedagogies SIG: Curricula and Programs for the Expanding LIS Education Standley IIElysia Guzik • Jenna Hartel • Sulliman Hawamdeh • Deborah Hicks • Karen Miller • Anh Thu Nguyen • Lilia Pavlovsky • Rajesh Singh • Cheryl Stenstrom

10:00am

10:30am

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12:45pm

2:00pm

Research Award, Methodology Paper Competition, Bohdan S. Wynar Paper Competition Cotton Creek II Session 2.3 Juried Panel: '"F*** That": Why Fake News and the Weaponization of Information are Good for Us Standley IRenate Chancellor • Nicole Cooke • Shari Lee • Joe Sanchez Session 2.4 Juried Panel: Core & More: Examining Foundational and Specialized Content in LIS Programs. Standley IIEileen Abels • Lisa Hinchliffe • Charles Owen • Laura Saunders • Julie Todaro Session 2.1A - Juried Papers: Understanding Physical Activity in Public Libraries. Meadowbrook IAbebe Rorissa • Noah Lenstra Session 2.1B - Juried Paper: Health Literacy and Physical Literacy: Public Library Practices, Challenges, and Opportunities. Meadowbrook IAbebe Rorissa • Noah Lenstra • Ellen Rubenstein Session 2.1C - Juried Paper: Cultivating a critical thinking mindset among new information professionals in an era of “alternative facts”. Meadowbrook IAbebe Rorissa • Kevin Rioux • Rajesh Singh Session 2.2A - Juried Papers: Teaching User Experience (UX) in LIS Programs and iSchools in North America: Challenges and Innovations. Meadowbrook IIJune Abbas • Rong Tang • Jean Thrift Session 2.2B - Juried Paper: The Place of Reference Courses in LIS Curriculum in North American ALA Accredited Programs. TBAKendra Albright • June Abbas • Monica Colon-Aguirre Session 2.2C - Juried Paper: Developing Research Practitioners: Exploring Pedagogical Options for Teaching Research Methods in LIS. Meadowbrook IIJune Abbas • Nicole Alemanne • Lauren Mandel Gender Issues SIG: Is What you See What You Get? (Fake news and gender issues: Gender in visual image cataloging) Cotton Creek ILesley Farmer • Travis Wagner

3:30pm

4:00pm

Birds of a Feather Westminster I ALISE Conn@ct Grant: Addressing LIS Needs of Social Justice Organizations TBAClara Chu • Kendra Albright • Christine Angel • Karen Gavigan • Joyce Latham Session 3.3 Juried Panel: Will "Online" go the Distance? The Quality of Teaching and Evaluation in Online LIS Education Standley IJohn Burgess • Keren Dali • Shari Lee • James Vorbach Session 3.1A - Juried Papers: So Far Away: Expanding the Boundaries of LIS Education to Include Rural Students. Meadowbrook IJohn Budd • Elizabeth Burns • Jeffrey DiScala • Sue Kimmel Session 3.1B - Juried Papers: Expanding LIS Education in the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomacy Lab Program: GIS and LGBTI Advocacy in Africa and Latin America. Meadowbrook IJohn Budd • Christie Burwell • Taylor Hixson • Robert Partee II • Paul Lemieux III • Bharat Mehra • Keri Stophel • Nicole Wood Session 3.1C - Juried Papers: Expanding LIS Education Abroad: Opportunities and Strategies for Developing Global Study Programs. Meadowbrook IJohn Budd • Marie Radford • Renate Chancellor Session 3.2A - Juried Papers: Academic Libraries: Serving Hidden Communities Within the Academy. TBAMichael Widdersheim • Lenese Colson • Tracy Gilmore Session 3.2B - Juried Papers: Leveraging internal and external grants to promote curriculum development through collaboration and experimentation. Meadowbrook IIMichael Widdersheim • Mirah Dow • Andrew Smith • James Walther Session 3.2C - Juried Papers: Exploring Potential Barriers to LAM Synergies in the Academy: Institutional Locations and Publishing Outlets. Meadowbrook IIMichael Widdersheim • Mary Carroll • Philip Hider • Mary Anne Kennan • Jessie Lymn Historical Perspectives SIG: History and Theory, Past and Future: Understanding the Changing Ideals of Professional Service Cotton Creek IAnthony Bernier • Jenny Bossaller • Rachel Ivy Clarke • Chris Freeland • Joyce Latham • Ana Ndumu • Jennifer Burek Pierce Innovative Pedagogies SIG: STEM in Libraries: Opportunities and Alliances for LIS Educators in this Uncharted Territory Cotton Creek IIKeliann MG LaConte • David Lankes • Mary Stansbury • Mega Subramaniam

5:45pm

 
Thursday, February 8
 

7:30am

8:00am

8:30am

Eugene Garfield Doctoral Dissertation, Research Grant, Connie Van Fleet Award Cotton Creek I Session 4.3 Juried Panel: Revisiting the Evolving Landscape of Open Access and Scholarly Communication Standley IIDaniel Gelaw Alemneh • Shimelis Assefa • Samantha Hastings • Sulliman Hawamdeh • Kris Helge • Abebe Rorissa Session 4.1A - Juried Papers: “Give Me Some Slack”: Public Librarians LINQ Together for Professional Development. Meadowbrook IVanessa Irvin • Bill Kules • Wiebke Reile Session 4.1B - Juried Papers: Role of LIS Schools in Ongoing Professional Development for Practitioners. Meadowbrook IBill Kules • Valerie Karno • Lauren Mandel • Mary Moen Session 4.1C - Juried Papers: Learning by Doing: Using Field Experience to Promote Online Students’ Diversity Engagement and Professional Development. Meadowbrook IBill Kules • Denice Adkins • Jenny Bossaller • Beth Brendler • Sarah Buchanan • Heather Moulaison Sandy Session 4.2A - Juried Papers: Developing MISSILE Curriculum to Train LIS Students as Mobile Technology Consultants. Meadowbrook IISandra Valenti • Suzie Allard • Devendra Potnis Session 4.2B - Juried Papers: Librarians as Participants in Technology Governance: The role of librarians in educational technology selection. Meadowbrook IISandra Valenti • Jenna Kammer Session 4.2C - Juried Papers: Integrating Virtual Computing Lab (VCL) in Distance Education for LIS Programs. Meadowbrook IISandra Valenti • Emad Khazraee School Libraries Education SIG: The Expanding Universe of School Library Pedagogy, Practice, and Research Cotton Creek IIMirah Dow • Lucy Santos Green • Abigail Phillips • Kenneth Thompson Youth Services SIG: Expanding Literacies Across the LIS Education Universe WaverlyKathleen Campana • Lesley Farmer • Annette Goldsmith • Amanda Hovious • Marianne Martens • Michelle Martin • Elizabeth Mills • Ellen Pozzi

10:00am

10:30am

Session 5.3 Juried Panel: Expanding LIS Youth Services Curriculum to Embed Computational Thinking. Standley IColette Drouillard • Melissa Johnston • Rachel Magee • Jennifer Moore • Joe Sanchez • Mega Subramaniam • Natalie Taylor Session 5.4 Juried Panel: Teaching For Justice Standley IIJenny Bossaller • John Burgess • Nicole Cooke • Sandra Hughes-Hassell • Bharat Mehra • Kevin Rioux • Vandana Singh • Miriam Sweeney • Julie Winkelstein Session 5.1A - Juried Papers: STEMming the Tide: Trends in Librarians’ Educational Backgrounds. Meadowbrook IWooseob Jeong • Rachel Ivy Clarke Session 5.1B - Juried Papers: Big Data Analytics Literacy Development and the Information Profession: Looking forward from within. Meadowbrook IWooseob Jeong • Felippe Cronemberger • Abebe Rorissa Session 5.1C - Juried Papers: Coding with a Critical Lens: A Developing Computer Programming Curriculum for Diversity and Equity. Meadowbrook IWooseob Jeong • Bill Kules Session 5.2A - Juried Papers: Teaching the ACRL Framework: Reflections from the Field. Meadowbrook IIShimelis Assefa • Melissa Gross • Heidi Julien • Don Latham Session 5.2B - Juried Papers: E-Advising: Expanding Advising for Distance LIS Students. Meadowbrook IIShimelis Assefa • Elizabeth Burns • Jeffrey DiScala • Sue Kimmel • Meredith Parker Session 5.2C - Juried Papers: (Re)Discovering LIS Education Identity, Image, and Purpose in Engaged Scholarship. Meadowbrook IIShimelis Assefa • Laurie Bonnici • Jinxuan Ma Archives/Preservation Education SIG: Trends in Archival Education Cotton Creek ISarah Buchanan • Rhonda Clark • Jennifer Douglas • Patricia Franks Curriculum SIG: Practitioner Input in Curriculum Design: Is Our Present Model Working? Cotton Creek IINora Bird • Jason Colman • Michael Crumpton • YooJin Ha • Linda Lillard • Cecilia Salvatore

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1:30pm

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Session 6.4A - OCLC/ALISE LIS Research Grant Papers: Challenges of Costing Research Data Management: Two Cases Standley ILynn Silipigni Connaway • Lorraine Richards Bornn Session 6.4B - OCLC/ALISE LIS Research Grant Papers: Financial Information Literacy Toolkit to Educate Borrowers (FILTER): A Channel for Public Libraries to Partner with Governments for Financial Inclusion in t... Standley ILynn Silipigni Connaway • Devendra Potnis Session 6.4C - OCLC/ALISE LIS Research Grant Papers: Investigating Engagement of Public, Academic, and Medical Libraries with Community-based Health and Wellness Activities in Diverse Urban Communities Standley ILynn Silipigni Connaway • Nancy Kranich • Charles Senteio IMLS - ALISE 2018 WaverlyRobin Dale • Ashley Sands Session 6.1 Juried Panel: LIS Qualifications, Certification, and the Meaning of ‘Professional’ around the World. Standley IIKeren Dali • Kendra Albright • Clara Chu • Saif Al Jabri • Primož Južnic • Filiberto Felipe Martínez-Arellano • Jaya Raju • Anna Maria Tammaro Session 6.2A - Juried Papers: What doctoral student motivation tells us about the future of LIS education. Meadowbrook IIKyle Jones • Africa Hands Session 6.2B - Juried Papers: The expanding LIS research in North America: A reflection of the LIS doctoral co-authorship network. Meadowbrook IIKyle Jones • Fei Shu Session 6.2C - Juried Papers: The Beginning, Acting, Telling (BAT) Model: Integrating Information-Seeking Research and Information Literacy Research. Meadowbrook IIKyle Jones • Valerie Nesset Session 6.3A - Juried Papers: Co-designing the Next Generation of Education for Children and Youth Librarians: A Research-Practice Partnership. Meadowbrook IElise Lewis • Tammy Clegg • Mega Subramaniam • Amanda Waugh Session 6.3B - Juried Papers: Collective Leadership Roles for Supporting Community Digital LIteracy Initiatives Meadowbrook IElise Lewis • Kirstin Phelps Session 6.3C - Juried Papers: A Data, Information and Knowledge Map: Considerations for Information Literacy Education. Meadowbrook IElise Lewis • Nic DePaula Multicultural, Ethnic, and Humanistic Concerns SIG: A Critical Dialogue: Faculty of Color in Library and Information Science Cotton Creek IRenate Chancellor • Monica Colon-Aguirre • Nicole Cooke • Amelia Gibson • Renee Franklin Hill • Vanessa Irvin • Bharat Mehra • Beth Patin • Joe Sanchez • Tonia Sutherland Technical Services Education SIG: Expanding Technical Services Education: From Cataloging and Classification to Electronic Resources and Information Infrastructure Development Cotton Creek IIJohn D'Ignazio • Cris Ferguson • Gretchen Hoffman • Sue Kimmel • Susan Rathbun-Grubb • Heather Moulaison Sandy • Sarah Sutton

3:30pm

4:00pm

4:30pm

6:15pm

7:00pm

 
Friday, February 9
 

7:30am

8:00am

8:30am

Session 7.3 Juried Panel: Teaching Research Methods in LIS Programs: Approaches, Formats, and Innovative Strategies. Standley ILynn Silipigni Connaway • Timothy Dickey • Jenna Hartel • Lori Kendall • Kristen Rebmann • Rong Tang • Elaine Yontz Session 7.4 Juried Panel: Autism Spectrum Disorder and iSchools: Expanding the Possibilities through Research. Standley IIAmelia Anderson • Amelia Gibson • Charlie Remy • Paul Wyss Session 7.1A - Juried Papers: The Expanding LIS Education Universe: A combined degree program for translation and information science. Meadowbrook IDevendra Potnis • Lynne Bowker Session 7.1B - Juried Papers: Developing a framework for educating and training mid-career LIS professionals. Meadowbrook IDevendra Potnis • Philip Calvert • Jennifer Campbell-Meier • Brenda Chawner • Anne Goulding • Chern Li Liew Session 7.2A - Juried Papers: Approach to Harmonization of Entry Requirements for Graduate Program in Information Science at European Higher Institutions: EINFOSE project. Meadowbrook IIDaniel Gelaw Alemneh • Tatjana Aparac-Jelusic • Martina Dragija Ivanovic • Sanjica Tanackovic Session 7.2B - Juried Papers: Building Connections between LIS Graduate Students and Undergraduates: A Case Study in Curricular Engagement. Meadowbrook IIDaniel Gelaw Alemneh • Eleanor Mattern International Library Education SIG: Within and Without: International Aspects of LIS Education Cotton Creek IClara Chu • Zamir Hassan • Dick Kawooya • Jaya Raju • Ramona La Roche • Andrew Smith

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