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Thursday, May 7


Automating Research: Using Habit Theory to Inform a Credit-bearing Course TBAMegan Benson Critical, Compassionate, and Collaborative Pedagogy: Supporting First-Generation Student Success through Learning Communities TBAAmy Pajewski Defining Digital Literacies TBAKristina Bush Digging Deeper: Using Metadata to Teach ACRL Framework Concepts TBALorna Dawes Don't You Forget About Me: Learning Boosters to Improve Instruction Recall TBAAlexandra Rivera • Alex Deeke Getting Started with Data Visualization: Pivot, Reflect, and Create (and Reflect Again!) TBANatalia Lopez How Much Time Do You Have? Quick and Flexible Activities to Add Some Metacognition to your One-shot Information Literacy Sessions TBAJennifer Jarson • Rachel Hamelers Information "Lit": Using Rap, Trap, Hip-Hop, and Chill to Deliver Library Instruction TBADarlene Johnson-Bignotti Integrating Data Literacy into Lower Level Undergraduate Instruction TBAEmily Mann Making Cents: Librarians Cashing In on Financial Literacy TBAAlyson Vaaler • Jennifer Wilhelm Social Contract, Social Justice: Unionize Your Classroom! TBAEmily Frigo • Maya Hobscheid (she/her) • Anna White Start at Step 1: Gathering Information to Gain Instructional Allies TBABecca Greenstein • Gina Petersen Teaching Contextual Authority to First Year Students Using a Bracket-Style Information Tournament TBANatalie Mahan • Samantha Bishop Simmons The Q in Quality: Creating Data Visualizations for Library Instruction Storytelling TBAShawn McCann • Rebeca Peacock We Can Do It (And So Can You!) Creating an Active Learning Environment in your Library TBAEmily Metcalf • Patricia Hernandez We Can Play It! Reinvigorate Introductory Library Instruction with Game-based Learning TBAZoeanna Mayhook • Jeffrey Beck A View from the C-Suite: Building Information Literacy Skills for Students in a High-Stakes Program TBAHeidi Blackburn Becoming Leaders, Creating Leaders: Developing an Information Literacy Ambassador Program TBAJane Hammons • Andrea Brooks • Lynn Warner Beyond Scaffolding: Constructing Student-Centered Instruction in Sociology and Information Literacy TBAErin Ackerman • J. Lynn Gazley Bridge the Divide: Building Academic and High School Librarian Dialogue through a Free Professional Development workshop TBACarl Hess Building a Better Badge Program: A Flexible Model for an Information and Digital Literacy Badge & Certificate Program TBASamantha Peter • Kristina Clement • Hilary Baribeau Building a Better Process: Creating a Sustainable Tutorials Program TBAStephanie Graves • Elizabeth German • Babette Perkins Building a Solid Structure: Blueprints and Tools for a Sustainable and Strategic Information Literacy Program TBAGraham Lavender • Emily Funston Building Incremental Assessment Tools through Cross-Departmental Collaboration TBACarrie M. Macfarlane • Adela M. Langrock Can't Teach Information Literacy to ALL Students? Why Not Teach their Instructors? TBAHeather Snapp Connecting Science and Community: Engaging the ACRL Framework in a Physics Seminar Course TBAChristine Elliott Embracing Open Concept: Tearing Down Walls to Build OA and OER into Information Literacy TBASamantha Kennedy • Ashley Lierman • Zara Wilkinson Engineering Critical Pedagogy for Online Library Courses: A Blueprint for Librarians TBAKatie Greer Enhancing Our Supply Chain: Working with Faculty to Embed Information Literacy Threshold Concepts TBAAmanda K. Izenstark • Mary C. MacDonald Examining Reiterative Reflection in the Library Instruction Classroom: A Qualitative View TBASara Maurice Whitver • Karleigh Riesen Failing Upwards: Implementing an Embedded Librarian Program for First-Year Writing Students TBADelaney Bullinger Filling the Toolbox: Preparing Students for Information Seeking after College TBAAmy Bessin From Anecdotes to Data: Leveraging Our Assessment Toolkit to Determine How a New Curriculum Measures Up TBARachel Wishkoski • Katie Strand • Alex Sundt From Individual to Programmatic Educational Equity: A Blueprint for Inclusive Teaching Practices, Dismantling Deficit Thinking, and Shifting Broader Library Culture TBAFrancesca Marineo • Chelsea Heinbach Going Up: Elevating our Teaching through Communities of Learning TBALaura Barrett • Katie Harding High-Flex Lesson Planning: A Sustainable Approach to Information Literacy TBABrandon K. West How’d You Do That?? From One-shots to a Minor in Information Studies TBAElizabeth Dolinger • Eric Shannon I'm Just Here for the Comments: Social Media, Storytelling, and Source Evaluation TBALane Wilkinson IL IRL: Using Institutional History to Innovate the Information Literacy Course Online and Beyond TBAJasmine Woodson • Heather Simoneau • Carrie Baldwin-SoRelle Illuminating an Instructional Infrastructure: Building a Tiered Information Literacy Program from the Ground Up TBAAmy James • Ellen Hampton Filgo Information Inspiration: Creativity Across the Disciplines in Academic Libraries TBAMark Dahlquist • Stefanie Hilles • Sarah Nagle Leading in Spite of Yourself: Overseeing the Assembly Line When You'd Rather Just Be Fastening Bolts TBAJennie Ray Lie versus Lie: Disassembling Disinformation Piece by Piece TBAEva Sclippa Managing an Undergraduate Learning-product Design Team TBAMatt Armstrong Murder, Mayhem, and Plagiarism: Using Nonfiction Podcasts to Teach Academic Integrity TBAAllison Rand Nerding Outside Your Wheelhouse: Boldly Go Where No Library Has Gone Before TBAAllinston Saulsberry • Ashley Gohr • Andrew Barber Open-Mindedness is an Achievement: Prototyping a New Threshold Concept for Information Literacy TBAMark Lenker Re-Envisioning Library Instruction for the Modern Data Visualization Environment TBAAngela Zoss • Delores Carlito Re-Imagine the Way You Market E-Learning Resources Using Trends from a Nationwide Survey TBAJen Saulnier • Teagan Eastman Rebuilding Broken Bridges: Reviving Stagnant Liaison Relationships to Construct Thriving Information Literacy Programs TBADianna E Sachs Rebuilding Our Instruction Evaluation Forms from the Ground Up TBALauren deLaubell Remodeling Library Collections: Designing a Discovery Lab for Student Engagement TBAAlexandria Chisholm • Sarah Hartman-Caverly Rising to the Challenges of Being a First-Generation College Student: A Librarian-Faculty Partnership to Promote Student Success TBAGarrett Purchio • Armeda Reitzel Seniors Seeking Information: Creating an Information Literacy Workshop for the Elderly to Fight Against Fake News and Misinformation TBANicholas A. Casas • KT Lowe • Patrick Michael Johnson • Amanda Smith Setting a Foundation of Instructional Assessment: Building and Revising a Student Learning Assessment Plan TBAAshley Blinstrub • Maoria Kirker SIFTing and Four-Moving Online: Opportunities and Challenges with Teaching Lateral Reading through an Online Module TBAAndrea Baer • Dan Kipnis Stepping Back from the Line: How We Stopped Teaching and Built a Stronger Program TBAAnne C. Behler Survey of Information Literacy Instructional Practices in Community College Libraries in Florida and New York TBAMelissa Gross • Don Latham • Felicia Warren Talk Less, Listen More in the Classroom: Employing Cultural Wealth Theory and Reflective Practice to Center the Voices of Students TBAKelleen Maluski Towards a Critically Reflective Practice: Applying an Equity and Inclusion Lens to Library Assessment TBASheila García • Stephanie Rosen • Jesus Espinoza Tune Up your #critlib Toolkit: Scaffolding Critical Information Literacy Discussions with Upper Level Students TBAErin Durham Undergraduate Students as Scholars: Building the Curriculum for a Librarian-Led Undergraduate Research Experience TBANgoc-Yen Tran We Can Lead It! New Leaders of Existing Information Literacy Programs TBAJennifer Ditkoff • Elizabeth M. Johns • Eric Resnis We Can Teach It! Third Wave Information Literacy, Fake News, and Surveillance Capitalism TBAHailey Mooney We Keep Moving Forward: Opening New Doors to Information Literacy with Augmented Reality TBAAmber Sewell What is "Student Engagement"? Collaborating with Student Life to Create Trivia Night Events TBAJen Fiero When Your University is the “Best,” “Cheapest,” “Easiest,” and “Most Amazing”: Addressing the Conflict Between College “Rankings” and Information Literacy TBASarah Fabian • Suzanne Gray Why is My Heart Beating So Fast? Librarian Experiences with Teaching Anxiety TBAKacy Lundstrom • Britt Fagerheim