18th Distance Library Services Conference: Conference Schedule

URL: http://libguides.cmich.edu/dls2018

Conference Schedule

The following schedule is subject to change:

Tuesday, April 10:

3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Registration Pick-Up

Wednesday, April 11:

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Registration Pick-Up/Information Desk

8:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Pre-Conference Workshops (registration required)

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ACRL/DLS Focus Groups

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. TBD / Welcome to San Antonio Information Session

Lunch (on your own to dine at one of the many local restaurants!)

1:00 - 4:15 p.m. Concurrent Sessions

6:00 p.m. Opening reception and dinner

Thursday, April 12:

7:00 a.m. - 8:40 a.m. Continental Breakfast

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Registration Pick-Up/Information Desk

8:40 a.m. - 10:50 a.m. Concurrent Sessions

10:50 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Poster Sessions

12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Lunch, with speaker

1:40 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Concurrent Sessions

Dine Outs

Friday, April 13:

7:00 a.m.- 8:40 a.m. Continental Breakfast

8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Information Desk 

8:40 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. Concurrent Sessions

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Learning Forward Sessions

12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Closing Lunch, with speaker

Wednesday, April 11

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

8:00-5:00

Registration Pick-Up & Information Desk

 

RIO GRANDE
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RIO GRANDE
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RIO GRANDE
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LIVE OAK

PECAN

8:45-10:45

Pre-Conference Workshops

Tutorial Wizardry: Building Interactive Library Tutorials

Track: Teaching & Learning

Building Online Scenarios for Library Instruction 

Track: Teaching & Learning

Building Your Toolkit for Copyright Confidence

Track: Teaching & Learning

Disrupting the LMS: Critical Approaches to Online Learning 

Track: Teaching & Learning

ACRL/DLS STRATEGIC PLANNING FOCUS GROUPS
(10:00-12:00)

11:00-12:00

TBD / Welcome to San Antonio Information Session

12:00-1:00

Lunch (on your own to dine at one of the many local restaurants)

1:00-1:55

Bridging the Gap: Information Literacy and Learning in Online Undergraduate Courses

Track: Teaching & Learning

Do Distance Students Conduct Research Differently? A Comparative Study and Qualitative Exploration

Track: User Experience

Varieties of the Embedded Experience

Panel Session
Track: Teaching & Learning

"But This is How We've Always Done It": Overcoming Resistance to Change in the Quest to Support Distance Learners

Track: Outreach & Marketing

On the Edge: How to Provide Course and Program-Integrated Library Support Without Being Embedded

Track: Teaching & Learning

2:10-3:05

Library Instruction in the Learning Management System: Supporting Student Success in the First-Year Experience

Track: Teaching & Learning

Bringing Scale and Structure to the Online Information Literacy Program

Track: Teaching & Learning

We Can Do It!: How Librarians Can Start Advocating for Students with OER's

Panel Session
Track: Outreach & Marketing

Library / Advising Team Collaboration to Document the Student Experience

Track: User Experience

Implementing a Proactive Chat in an Academic Library

Track: User Experience

3:20-4:15

UX and Your Library: A Scalable Model

Track: User Experience

Two Decades of Learning in 45 minutes!: A Systematic Review and Discussion of the Research on Marketing Library Services to Distance Students

Track: Outreach & Marketing

Finding Success in Our #Fails: Using Instructional Design to Advance Online Learning

Panel Session
Track: Teaching & Learning

It's a Win-Win-Win: Using Human Peer to Peer Networks to Reach Learners Where They Are

Track: Outreach & Marketing

Two Thousand Students, One Librarian: Balancing Depth and Breadth of Library Instruction for Distance and Online Students

Track: Teaching & Learning

6:00

 Opening Reception

Thursday, April 12

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

7:00-8:40

Continental Breakfast

8:00-5:00

Registration Pick-Up & Information Desk

 

RIO GRANDE
EAST

RIO GRANDE
CENTER

RIO GRANDE
WEST

LIVE OAK

PECAN

8:40-9:35

Showing Students We Care: Using Empathetic Marketing to Ease Library Anxiety and Reach Distance Students

Track:  Outreach & Marketing

When Online Instruction Doesn’t Measure Up: How Can You Tell, and What Should You Do?

Track: Teaching & Learning

But Does It Scale?: Charting the New DLS Standards Across Three Institutions

Panel Session
Track: Outreach & Marketing

Is the Medium the Message?: Examining Transactions Conducted via Text in Comparison with Traditional Virtual Reference Methods

Track: User Experience

To Infinity and Beyond: Reducing Textbook Costs Through Librarian/Faculty Collaborations

Track: Teaching & Learning

9:35-9:55

Morning Break (beverages)

9:55-10:50

Stronger Together: Librarian Partnerships in Course Design and Development

Panel Session
Track:  Teaching & Learning

400 Years Old and Still Cutting Edge: Applying Ignatian Pedagogy to an Online Library Orientation

Track: Teaching & Learning

 

The Implications of Augmented Reality and Information Seeking Behavior in Libraries

Panel Session
Track: User Experience

Virtual and Valued: A Review of the Successes (and a Few Failures) of the Creation, Implementation, and Evaluation of an Inaugural Virtual Conference and Monthly Webinars

Track: Outreach & Marketing

 

10:50-12:00

Poster Sessions

12:00-1:30

Lunch, with invited speaker, Nicole Allen 

1:40-2:35

Delivering a Collaborative Faculty Orientation to Off-Campus and International Campus Locations

Track: Outreach & Marketing

“I Wanna be in the Room Where It Happens”…Using Curriculum Mapping to Support the Information Literacy Goals of Online Programs

Track: Outreach & Marketing

Fresh Perspectives From the Field: The Voices of New Distance Librarians

Panel Session
Track: Teaching & Learning

Supporting Student-Led Content Creation in the Distance Learning Environment with LibGuides CMS

Track: Teaching & Learning

ACRL/DLS
MENTORING Q&A

2:50-3:45

Assessment, Analytics, and Analysis: Demonstrating the Impact of LMS Embedded Librarians on Student Learning

Track: Teaching & Learning

Sponsored Session:
American Psychological Association

Open Educational Resources and Textbook Alternatives: State of the Art and Lessons Learned

Panel Session
Track: Outreach & Marketing

Developing an Online Toolkit to Promote Business Information Literacy in Higher Education

Track: User Experience

3:45-4:05

Afternoon Break (beverages & snacks)

4:05-5:00

Library Connection: Making Online Students Feel At-Home in the Library

Track: Teaching & Learning

Going the Distance for Grads: What Online Graduate Students Want from the Library

Track: User Experience

2 Librarians + 4 Universities = 6 Ways to Sunday: The Pitfalls & Paragons of Distance Librarianship

Panel Session
Track: Teaching & Learning

Mind the Gap! Making the Leap to Reach Distance Students Through On-Campus Events

Track: Outreach & Marketing

Student-Staffed Virtual Reference Services: How to Meet the Training Challenge

Track: Teaching & Learning

6:00

Dine Outs

Friday, April 13

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

7:00-8:40

Continental Breakfast 

8:00-12:00

Information Desk

RIO GRANDE
EAST

RIO GRANDE
CENTER

RIO GRANDE
WEST

LIVE OAK

PECAN

8:40-9:35

Assessing the Library Needs of Distance Faculty: A Multi-Institutional Approach

Panel Session
Track: User Experience

Mortal or Moodle? A Comparison of In-Person vs. Online Information Literacy Instruction

Track: Teaching & Learning

Service Excellence in Global Librarianship: Perspectives and Trends

Panel Session
Track: Outreach & Marketing

Working out the Bugs: Piloting Library Instruction in an Online Entomology Graduate Program

Track: Teaching & Learning

Using a Library Learning Object Repository to Empower Teaching Excellence for Distance Students

Track: Teaching & Learning

9:50-10:45

Framework + Digital Badges = Online Instruction for Today

Track: Teaching & Learning

In Seven Countries and Six Time Zones: Working Together Across the Globe to Serve Our Students

Track: User Experience

Case Studies in Collaboration: Promoting Libraries and Information Literacy for Course Personalization

Panel Session
Track: Outreach & Marketing

Where in the World is My Librarian? Creating Cross-Campus Collaborations to Seamlessly Connect with Students When Librarians, Students, and Faculty are in Different locations

Track: Teaching & Learning

Ask Me Anything!: Reaching Out to Online Students in Higher Education Through Librarian-Led Virtual Office Hours

Track: Outreach & Marketing

11:00-12:00

Learning Forward

Learning Forward

Learning Forward

Learning Forward

Learning Forward

12:00-1:30

Closing Lunch, with invited speaker, Joe Marquez

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