16th Distance Library Services Conference: Conference Schedule

URL: https://libguides.cmich.edu/dls2014

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Important Dates

January 8, 2014 Registration opens
April 9, 2014 Registration closes
April 23, 2014 Conference begins

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Conference Schedule

****Times and rooms are subject to change.****

Wednesday, April 23

9:00-5:00

Registration

12:00-1:30

Welcome to Denver Lunch (Four Square Ballroom)

1:15-2:15

ACRL Distance Learning Section Meeting (Marco Polo)

 

 

Red Rover

Hopscotch

Marco Polo

Duck, Duck, Goose

Dodgeball

2:30-3:25
Session I

Growing embedded librarians like kudzu

Teaching an online information literacy course: Is it equivalent to face-to-face instruction?

 


WORKSHOP

Assess for success: Evaluating library services in distance education

  No registration required

 

Faculty & librarians unite!: How two librarians and one faculty member developed an information literacy strategy for distance education students

Developing adaptable online information literacy modules for a learning management system

3:40-4:35
Session II

What if you build it, and they still won’t come? Addressing student awareness of resources and services with promotional videos

Designing LibGuides as instructional tools for critical thinking and effective online learning

Instruction on the go: Reaching out to students from the academic library

Embedded with the military: It's all about the relationships

5:45-8:00

Opening Reception

(Four Square Ballroom) 

Thursday, April 24

7:15-8:15

Continental Breakfast (Four Square Ballroom)

8:00-5:00

Registration

 

 

Red Rover

Hopscotch

Marco Polo

Duck, Duck, Goose

Dodgeball

8:30-9:25

Session III

Embedded librarians: Just-in-time or just-in-case? A research study

Would you watch it?: Creating effective and engaging video tutorials

Librarians as partners: Strategies for systematically embedding in online course development

Mobile resources use in a distance learning population: What are they REALLY doing on those devices?

Making it work for everyone: HTML5 and CSS3 for responsive, accessible design on your library’s website

9:40-10:35

Session IV

Making it work: Creating a student-friendly repository for instructional library videos

 

Circle the wagons & bust out the big guns! Tame the “wild west” of distance librarianship using "Quality Matters" benchmarks

Imagine, create, experience: IL credit course for distance student learning

“But what do they DO with what they find?” Asking hard questions about – and taking a hard look at – student research papers

Dusty relic to shiny treasure: Embedded in a multicultural environment

10:50-11:45

Session V

 

What do they have that we don't have? Local libraries and distance students -- why do students stray and can we get them back?

Authentic assessments: Praxis for the distance librarian

Four challenges every new distance learning librarian should know about (and how to meet them)

Should I stay or should I go now?: Measuring the effectiveness of recorded pre-class tutorials vs one-shot instruction

Enhancing mobility: Increase traffic to your mobile platform by integrating value-added services

12:00-1:30

 Lunch

Keynote Speaker: Steven Bell

(Four Square Ballroom)

1:45-2:40

Session VI

Emerging roles: Key insights from librarians in a Massive Open Online Course

Librarians in the cloud: eLearning meets information literacy

Listen to what you cannot hear, observe what you cannot see: Evidence-based methods for evaluating and enhancing the user experience in distance library services

The chat is coming from inside the house: An analysis of perceived chat behavior and reality

2:55-3:50

Session VII

Gazing into the crystal ball: Using scenarios for future visioning of a distance learning library service

It takes a village to design a course: Embedding a librarian in course design

Creating an information literacy badges program in Blackboard: A formative program evaluation

Massive open online librarianship – emerging practices in response to MOOCs

Elevating engagement and community in online courses

4:00-4:55

Technology
Showcase


 Credo Reference


 INTELECOM

 
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(TBD)

6:00

 Dine-Outs

Friday, April 25

7:30-8:45

Poster Sessions/Tech Showcase Exhibit Set-up (Peek-a-Boo Ballroom)

7:30-9:00

Buffet Breakfast & Closing Remarks (Four Square Ballroom)

9:00-10:00

 

Poster Sessions/Technology Showcase Exhibits

(Peek-a-Boo Ballroom)

 

 

 

Red Rover

Hopscotch

Marco Polo

Duck, Duck, Goose

Dodgeball

10:15-11:15

Session VIII

 

Learning Forward

Information Services

 

 

Learning Forward

Instruction

 

Learning Forward

General

 

Learning Forward

Administration & Assessment

 

Learning Forward

Collaboration

Conference closes 

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