Minneapolis 2005

  • Rethinking Reference
  • Hybrid Librarians in the 21st Century Library
  • The Library and the Academic Enterprise
  • Proximal Libraries Serving Distance Students
  • Designing the Smarter Information Partner
  • Curiosity and Motivation-to-Learn
  • Electronic Information Technologies and English Graduate Students
  • ASERL’s Virtual Storage/Preservation Concept
  • Sustainability
  • Mining for Digital Resources
  • Appreciating the Best of Our Past to Navigate the Future
  • An Undergraduate Student Providing Reference Services
  • Marketing the Millennials
  • Fear of Failure and Fear of Finishing
  • Trends in Higher Education
  • Embracing the Challenge of Change Through Collegial Decision-Making
  • The Importance of Information Literacy
  • Creating an Information Resource Advisory Tool
  • Socratic Inquiry and the Pedagogy of Reference
  • Making the Connections
  • Convergence of Word and Image in Information Literacy Instruction
  • The Training Issue for Catalogers
  • The Changing Role of the Library in the Academic Enterprise
  • University of Arizona’s Einstein’s Protégés Program
  • Motivating Employees in Academic
  • The Library as Prototype for Context Diversity
  • Intellectual Freedom on the Internet
  • Supporting Library, Computing, and AV from a Single Desk
  • Collections, Connections, and Information Literacy
  • First-Year Students and Information Research
  • Quality Assurance in the Age of Author Self-Archiving
  • Supporting New Models for Scholarly Publishing
  • Redesign Your Reference Desk:
  • Creating Shared Print Repositories
  • Leadership Dynamics
  • The New Generation of Feral Professionals
  • Adapting Online Instruction for a Learning Disabled Audience
  • Knowledge Biodiversity
  • Western Waters Digital Library
  • Academic Medical Libraries at the Crossroads
  • Changing Roles for Libraries
  • The Implications of Local Metadata Practices
  • An Applied Model for “Better Thinking” in Dynamic
  • Change in Print and Electronic Science Journal Impact Factors
  • Improving Instruction