13th National Conference Papers

ACRl 13th National Conference, Baltimore, 2007

Alphabetical Listing of Titles

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Academic Success: How Library Services Make a Difference
Ying Zhong and Johanna Alexander

Analog v. Google in the CMS: RSS Feeds to the Rescue!
Heather L. Moulaison and Edward M. Corrado

Build It and What? Measuring the Implementation and Outcomes of an Information Commons
Rachel Applegate

Building a Consortial Monographic Purchase Plan: The Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries Experience
Michael Levine-Clark

Building The European Digital Library: An Insider’s Point of View
Olaf D. Janssen

Designing a Library Environment That Promotes Learning
Joyce Gotsch and Diane Holliday

Digitization of Herbarium Specimens, a Collaborative Project
Larry Schmidt

E-Education: Does an Online Degree Make a Difference to Academic Library Employers?
Sara Russell Gonzalez, Kathryn Kennedy, and Pam Cenzer

Evaluating Library Instruction: Measures for Assessing Educational Quality and Impact
Katherine Schilling and Rachel Applegate

Faculty and Student Perceptions of Using E-Books in a Small Academic Institution
Edward W. Walton

Faculty Attitudes About Scholarly Communication Trends and Issues: Tribal Differences at Columbia University
James G. Neal

Federated Searching: Do Undergraduates Prefer It and Does It Add Value?
Jeffrey Belliston, Jared L. Howland, and Brian C. Roberts

Following The Phosphorous Trail Of Research Library Mission Statements Into Present And Future Harbors
Alan W. Aldrich

From Midnight Breakfast to Facebook.com: Social Networking and the Small College Library
Elizabeth Wavle

Information and Research Needs of GLBT/Sexual Diversity Studies Students
Pascal Lupien

Information Visualization as a Tool for Teaching Research Skills
James Huff

Integrating Information Literacy Using the LPSS Political Science Research Competency Guidelines
LeRoy LaFleur

Knowing Our Students: Undergraduates in Context
Judi Briden, Vicki Burns, and Ann Marshall

Learning, Emotion, and their Application for Teaching
Luz P. Mangurian

Librarians as Academic Leaders: Uniquely Qualified for the Job
Maureen Diana Sasso and David A. Nolfi

Library Access Midwest Program (LAMP): A Regional Initiative to Recruit and Retain Diverse Professionals
Rae-Anne Montague

Library Mashups for the Virtual Campus: Using Web 2.0 Tools to Create a New Current Awareness Service
Linda Absher, Adriene Lim, and Kerry Wu

Muckrakers: Engaging Students in the Research Process through an Online Game
Ann Brown, Paola Ceccarini, and Cathy Eisenhower

Out-googling Google: Federated Searching and the Single Search Box
Verne W. Newton and Kathryn Silberger

Perceptions of Campus-Level Advocacy and Influence Strategies among Senior Administrators in College and University Libraries
Janice Simmons-Welburn, Beth McNeil, and William Welburn

Privacy and Library 2.0: How Do They Conflict?
Edward M. Corrado

Providing Innovative Services to “Our Users” in the World of Web 2.0: The ANTS Initiative
Carmen Kazakoff-Lane

Reaching the Faculty of the Future…Now: Marketing Instructional Services to Graduate Students
Liz Cooper, Chris Palazzolo, and Anna Van Scoyoc

Service Sea Change: Clicking with Screenagers Through Virtual Reference
Lynn Silipigni Connaway and Marie L. Radford

Shaping Outcomes:  A Collaborative Museum-Library Project for Outcomes-based Professional Development
Rachel Applegate

Social Contagion Theory and Information Literacy Dissemination: A Theoretical Model
Daisy Benson and Keith Gresham

Social Navigation, Recommender Systems, and Libraries
Kornelia Tancheva and Jesse Koennecke

Subject Search Disconnect
Margaret Mellinger and Jane Nichols

Taking Flight—Pilot Testing the Information Literacy Test
Connie Ury, Sarah G. Park, Frank Baudino, and Gary Ury

The New Academic Library—Building Institutional Repositories to Support Changing Scholarly and Research Processes
Tyler O. Walters

The South Dakota Information Literacy Exam: A Tool for Small and Medium-sized Universities to Document and Assess Information Literacy
Carol A. Leibiger and William E. Schweinle

They Didn’t Teach Me That in Library School! Building a Digital Teaching Commons to Enhance Metadata Teaching, Learning and Research
Sherry L. Vellucci, Ingrid Hsieh-Yee, and William E. Moen

Unify to Diversify: Collaborating for Diversity Recruitment
Jade Alburo

Virtual Reference Teams: Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing Across Time and Distance
Susan A. Ware and Courtney L. Young

What They Don’t Know CAN Hurt Them: Competency Theory, Library Anxiety, and Student Self-Assessments of Their Information Literacy Skills
Don Latham and Melissa Gross

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Library?
Martina Nicholas, Catherine Rudowsky, and Jesus Valencia

With A Bucket of Extremes: Saving an ARL-Size Library Collection in New Orleans
Andy Corrigan