Professional Presentations 2013
Names in bold highlight students and alumni of the VSU MLIS Program who presented at professional conferences.
Annual Graduate Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, April 12, 2013, Valdosta, GA.
Amy Ellison and Jennifer Lautzenheiser scheduled to present.
3Ts Transliteracy from Cradle to Career Conference, March 15, State University of New York Empire State College, Albany, NY | Information Fluency Conference, March 13-14, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
Tiia Kunnapas presented "Casting Your Net Far and Wide to Catch Distance Learners with Social Media & Free Online Tools" at both conferences.
Online Lifeline Instructional Technology & Learning Conference, February 21-22, 2013, Valdosta, GA.
Michael Holt presented a poster-demonstration entitled "The VSU Makerspace Project."
Dallas Suttles presented a poster-demonstration entitled "V-text: Showcasing VSU's Research."
Professional Presentations 2012
Online Lifeline Instructional Technology & Learning Conference, February 16-17, 2012, Valdosta, GA.
Elizabeth Dill created a social media page for the conference.
Michael Holt presented a poster-demonstration entitled "Vtext: Showcasing VSU's Research."
Georgia Council of Media Organizations (Ga COMO) / Southeastern Library Association (SELA) Conference, October 3-5, 2012, Macon, GA.
Chris Baker, Jessica Logan, and Steve Thomas presented the session “Bringing it Home: Using Online Tools and Social Media to Connect Staff to Professional Conferences.”.
Lindsay Cronk presented the session “Brave New LibGuide: An Analytical Approach to LibGuide Design and Best Practices.”
Amy Burger and Bonnie Morris presented the session “Reference Service: Traditional Desk or Something Else.”
Laura Wright, Elizabeth Barwick, and Deb Van Petten presented the session “Student Workers at the Reference Desk: Effective Training and Asessment.”
Amy Glover presented the session “Relating to Relational Databases.”
Stuart Temples presented the session “Digitized Georgia – Preservation and Access Discussion.”
Lori Gwinett, Sheila Devaney, and Kathy Turton presented the session “It’s Your America! What Are You Going to Do With It? Using the 1940 Census….”
Christopher Sharpe and Hallie Pritchett presented the session “Join the GIIG:GLA Government Information Interest Meeting.”
Christopher Sharpe, LuMarie Guth, Hallie Pritvhett, and Paula Webb presented the session “Navigating the New AFF: American FactFinder.”
Cynthia Horne and Brandon Gipson presented the session “Small Collections = Big Impact.”
Kathy Bradshw and Wanda Brown presented the session “Cultural Competence in the Library Workplace.”
Khyle Hannan presented the session “Five Years Later: What We Learned from a Library Renovation.”
Brandy Horne, and Kell Carpenter presented the session “Building an Exceptional Student Staff.”
Michael Law, Haley Cox, Denita Hampton, Laura Herndon, and Laura Veatch presented the session “Cross-Training for the Front Lines.”
Lori Gwinett, Dr. Fayth Parkes, and Lisa Smith presented the session “Under Pressure: Work-related Stress in Academic Libraries.”
Brandy Horne, Dana Casper, April Warren, and Ann Stubrud William presented the session “The New Professionals.”
Virginia Feher, and Russell Palmer presented the session “Changed Ahead: OCLC WorldShare Platforms & ILL.”
Virginia Feher, Ruta Abolins, Charles Bennett, Ameet Doshi, and Sarah Steiner presented the session “How Cool is that Job? Oour Changing Role.”
Virginia Feher, Kimberly Boyd, Ashley Dupuy, Suzannah Lipscomb, and Margaret Swanson presented the session “Finding a Library job (When You Have No Experience): Lessons Learned.”
Gordon Baker and Jennifer Duke presented the session “Having a Book Sale at Your Library Intended Audience: Multiple Library Types.”