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(via Gwen Gregory, University of Illinois at Chicago, on behalf of Dan Bostrom, RAILS)

Next week, join your academic libraries from around Illinois for “Spark: Connect and Get Fired Up!”. This free online event, which the Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS) and the Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries (IACRL) are sponsoring, will take place on Friday, May 15, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. This academic library professional development event is open to any staff from any Illinois library.

More information on the event, including the link to registration, is available here. There will be eight lightning talks and an opportunity to participate in group discussion with presenters. To see the full schedule, please check the event page.

Posted in Calls and Requests, Illinois Association of College and Research Libraries (IACRL), Library Organizations, Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS), Webinars | No Comments »

(via Michelle Nielsen Ott, IACRL President)

Join IACRL for our next Journal Club discussion on Thursday, June 25, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM, via Zoom. Everyone is invited to attend.

We will be discussing “Environmental Scan and Assessment of OERs, MOOCs, and Libraries: What Effectiveness and Sustainability Means for Libraries’ Impact on Open Education”, by Carmen Kazakoff-Lane.

Specifically, we will  discuss:

  • Introductory section (OER portion): pg. 1-6
  • ‘What Are the Challenges Facing Each Movement’ (OER portion): pg. 11-16
  • ‘Libraries and Open Education’ (OER portion): pg. 23-30
  • ‘Conclusion: Libraries and the Path Forward’: pg 40-41

This publication is available here. Thank you to our discussion leader, Daniel Matthews.

To register, go here. Please direct any questions to IACRL President Michelle Nielsen Ott, at mnielsenott@methodistcol.edu.

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(via Annie Armstrong, University of Illinois at Chicago)

The EBSS (Education & Behavioral Sciences Section) Research Committee would like to invite you to the EBSS Virtual Research Forum, which will be held online via Zoom on Thursday, May 14, from 1:00 to 2:30 PM CDT. The Research Forum offers librarians an opportunity to present current research in a 10-minute lightning talk format. There will also be time for Q&A.

We hope you will join us. The recording will also be posted to the EBSS listserv if you’re unable to attend.

Featured Presentations

“Assessing Student Attitudes Toward Research in an Undergraduate Social Science Research Methods Course”
Rachel Wishkoski
Utah State University

“Don’t Let the Space Confine You: Active Learning in Library Instruction”
Heather Adair and Ashley B. Crane
Sam Houston State University

“From Idea to Dissertation: Information Needs on the Research Journey of PsyD Students”
Trent Brager
University of St. Thomas

“The Effect of Augmented Reality on Anxiety and Self-Efficacy: an Exploratory Study”
Samantha Kannegiser
Rutgers University-Camden

Registration Information

To register, please go here.

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(via Jodie Borgerding, Amigos Library Services)

Please join Amigos Library Services for the webinar “Augmented, Virtual, and Mixed Realities: The Possibilities and Limitations”. It will take place from 10:00 to 11:00 AM on Thursday, May 14. A description of the webinar and additional information are below.

Augmented, virtual, and mixed realities have many obvious benefits for learning, work, and social engagement. However, they also pose several ethical concerns that need consideration before they are fully embraced. It is critical for librarians to understand these realities to determine how they can be best used in the library as well as how library users may want and need to interact with them. In this session, Dr. Lauren Hays, will share examples of how augmented, virtual, and mixed realities are being used in a variety of settings. She will then lead a discussion of current use cases and potentialities for future growth. Finally, attendees will have the opportunity to brainstorm use cases in their libraries for augmented, virtual, and mixed reality technologies.

Learning Objectives

  • attendees will discover ways augmented, virtual, and mixed realities are currently being used
  • attendees will consider the possibilities and limitations of augmented, virtual, and mixed realities
  • attendees will brainstorm ways augmented, virtual, and mixed realities can be used in library settings

For more information, including fees, and to register, please go here.

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(via Dr. Barbara Marson, East Carolina University)

On Friday, June 8, the East Carolina University MLS program will host a free virtual Global Library Exchange webinar, “COVID-19 and Libraries”, with speakers from three countries discussing their libraries’ experiences in coping with the COVID-19 pandemic. The speakers are listed below.

  • Audrey Chapuis, Director of the American Library in Paris
  • Bruno Eiras, Head of Department of Public Libraries Network in Portugal
  • Liliana Silva, School Library Adviser, School Library Network Program in Portugal
  • Dr. Anna Maria Tammaro, Retired Professor, University of Parma (Italy) and Editor-in-Chief of Digital
    Library Perspectives

The webinar will run from 8:00 to 10:00 AM Central Time. To register, please provide brief information via this link.

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(via the Online Learning Consortium)

Have you prepared a presentation proposal that was accepted for a conference that has been recently postponed or canceled due to COVID-19? We invite you to consider submitting that proposal for OLC’s annual fall conference. We are preparing virtual opportunities to pair with our face-to-face event, to ensure that wherever November finds us, attendees will have access to the meaningful session topics and networking that OLC Accelerate provides.

At OLC Accelerate, we will gather together to collaboratively envision the theme “20/20 Vision: Envisioning the Future of Online, Blended and Digital Learning”. We invite you to share your 20/20 vision by submitting a proposal and ask you to indicate in your submission your preference to present onsite, virtually, or either. Learn more and submit a presentation here.

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(via Jayne Germer, Doane University)

The NLA (Nebraska Library Association) College & University Section and Technical Services Roundtable will be holding a virtual joint spring meeting on Friday, May 15. The meeting’s theme is “Envisioning Possibilities: Embracing Change & Collaboration.” The meeting is free, but you must register to receive the links to the sessions; they will not be openly shared on the NLA website or any other site.

The meeting’s program can be found on both organizations’ Spring Meetings pages of the NLA website.

The registration deadline is Friday, May 8, so that links can be sent to attendees in time for the meeting. If you are not able to attend on May 15, we will be sharing the recordings of most programs with registrants.

If you have any questions about the meeting, please contact Jayne Germer, C&U Chair, at nlacandu@nebraskalibraries.org.

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(via John Siegel, University of South Carolina Upstate)

The ACRL Health Sciences Interest Group (HSIG) Programming Committee is looking for health sciences/instruction librarians and other education professionals to present their tips and tricks for engaging online instruction. The aim is to help health sciences librarians gain useful skills, strategies, and activity ideas. Here are some potential areas of coverage we are looking for:

  • general strategies for online interaction and engagement
  • asynchronous instruction strategies
  • synchronous instruction strategies
  • accessibility issues
  • specific tools and software [breakout rooms, using polls, web conferencing products Learning Management Systems (LMS), etc]

Please submit a proposal by Friday, May 8, via this form. We are looking for presentations that are 20-30 minutes.

The webinar is tentatively scheduled for June, 2020. This session will be presented using Zoom.

If you have questions, please contact Anna Ferri, at aferri@roseman.edu.

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(via Lorna Engels, CARLI)

The CARLI Instruction Committee is seeking presentation proposals for the 8th annual Instruction Showcase. This year’s Online Showcase will take place on Friday, May 29.

CARLI members are welcome to submit proposals on all library instruction topics, and encouraged to draw inspiration from the committee’s theme this year, “Fresh Starts and Restarts: Growing Beyond Your Comfort Zone.” Lesson plans related to the theme might include new approaches to evaluating information, reimagined instruction for improved accessibility, student-centered approaches to learning, and culturally sustaining pedagogies, as well as techniques for teaching new systems such as Primo VE. We also welcome proposals that focus on the shift to online instruction or strategies developed in reaction to the current crisis.

Proposals should outline an instructional activity that supports skills-based or conceptual learning and encourages active student participation. Please include a full lesson plan with your proposal. Check with CARLI for a template.

All lesson plans must include the following elements: topic, learning objectives, materials, activity overview, assessment of student learning, and applicable knowledge practices and/or dispositions from the Framework for Information Literacy. Presenters will be given 15 minutes to present and five minutes for questions and answers.

If interested, please submit the proposal form found here no later than 5:00 PM on Friday, May 8. Submissions will be reviewed by the CARLI Instruction Committee; notifications will be sent during the week of May 11.

Please send any questions about the Instruction Showcase to support@carli.illinois.edu.

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(via Dan Bostrom, Reaching Across Illinois Library System)

I’m sharing this on behalf of the Association of Illinois School Library Educators (AISLE). In the next two weeks, AISLE will be holding two roundtables with representatives from MLIS and LTA programs. These events are open to anyone outside of AISLE who might be interested in attending. Registration is required. Please note that registration for both of these events will close two hours before the live event.

Tuesday, May 5 — 3:00-4:00 PM

University Roundtable

During this roundtable discussion, representatives from Illinois universities will provide information on programs of specific interest to school librarians including continuing education opportunities for masters and certification programs.

Register here. The session will take place via Zoom.

Tuesday, May 12 —  3:00-4:00 PM

Community College Roundtable

During this roundtable discussion, representatives from community colleges in Illinois will explain their LTA programs.

Register here. This session, also, will take place via Zoom.

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