Poster Schedule

Poster sessions will take place on Wednesday, December 5 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, December 6 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Poster presenters will be split between both sessions, but all posters will be available to view both days.

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Poster Session I

Wednesday, December 5 | 6:00–8:00 p.m., Woodway I

Facilities & Spaces
1. Using Prototypes to Inform Library Planning
Speaker:
Holt Zaugg (Brigham Young University)
2. If You Install It, Will They Use It? Group Study Spaces and Student’s Use of Library-Installed Technology
Speaker:
Terry Brandsma (UNC Greensboro)
3. Navigating the Stacks: How Commuter Students Use the Library
Speaker:
Melissa Bauer (Kent State University at Stark)
4. If You Build It, They May Come—If It's Not Too Far Away: A Mixed Methods Approach to Improving Graduate Study Space
Speaker:
Sara Wright, Camille Andrews, Selena Bryant, and Tobi Hines (Cornell University)
5. “Something for Everyone”: A Multi-Method Space Assessment of the Cabot Science Library
Speaker:
Kris Markman and Tim Gallati (Harvard University)
6. User-Centered Space Assessment in a Small Academic Library
Speaker:
Daniel Pshock (University of Houston) and Matthew Moore (University of Texas at Austin)
7. Library of the Immediate Future: Using Ongoing Occupancy Counts to Promptly Identity Improvements Needed in Library Services
Speaker:
Ana Torres and Gavin Paul (New York University)
Outreach & Services
8. Surf, Sand, and Sun: Gathering Library Feedback from Users through a Beach-Themed Event
Speaker:
Kymberly Goodson (UC San Diego)
9. From Results to Practice: Application of Assessment Findings Informing the Direction of a New Position
Speaker:
Steve Borrelli and Mark Mattson (Penn State University)
10. Assessing an Academic Library’s Marketing Strategies to Promote Subject Specialists: A Mixed Methods Approach
Speaker:
Hélène Huet, April Hines, and Stacey Ewing (University of Florida)
11. Restructuring Reference Services Using Assessment Data
Speaker:
Brandon West (State University of New York at Geneseo)
12. A New Approach to Outreach Assessment: Evaluation of ROI for Out-of-Class Student Programs
Speaker:
Ariana Santiago, Emily Vinson, and Mea Warren (University of Houston)
13. Assessment of Visual Arts Projects Produced by Library Student Employees
Speaker:
Karen Reed (Middle Tennessee State University)
14. New Directions in Outreach Assessment: Defining the Value and Impact of Library Outreach
Speaker:
Emilie Vrbancic and Amanda Hornby (University of Washington)
15. How Do You Measure Fun and Relaxation? Assessing Academic Library Programming Using Traditional and Non-Traditional Forms of Assessment
Speaker:
Randa Morgan (Louisiana State University)
16. Revising and Reviving Reference Statistics: An Online Collection System Pilot at the University of Manitoba
Speaker:
Janet Rothney, Carol Cooke, and Sherri Vokey (University of Manitoba)
17. Simplifying the Process: Using Technology to Integrate Event & Program Assessment from Start to Finish
Speaker:
Heather White and Amanda McLellan (East Carolina University)
18. “Let’s Never Do This Again:” How a Large-Scale Project Led Us to Re-think Chat Reference Assessment at University of Washington Libraries
Speaker:
Alyssa Deutschler, Lauren Ray, Jackie Belanger, and Michael Mungin (University of Washington)
Teaching & Learning
19. Transformational Tuning: Building Competencies and Context into Assignments
Speaker:
Lori Albrizio and Greg Lindeblom (Broward College)
20. Transforming Interdepartmental Information Literacy Instruction: Mapping the ACRL Framework and Nursing Professional Standards onto an Assessment Rubric
Speaker:
Katelyn Angell (Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus)
21. First Generation Success: Mixed-Methods Information Literacy Skills Assessment for First Year Writing Students
Speaker:
Sarah LeMire, Stephanie Graves, Kathy Anders, and Sara DiCaglio (Texas A&M University)
22. Assessing First-Year Student Information Literacy Sessions for Lesson Development
Speaker:
Berenika Webster, Leslie Poljak, Diana Dill, and Marian Hampton (University of Pittsburgh)
23. Using Analytics to Advance our Future Instruction Services
Speaker:
Laurie Alexander and Doreen Bradley (University of Michigan)
24. Standardized Assessment of Student Learning: One-Shot Library Instruction for the First Year Writing Program
Speaker:
Ashley Blinstrub (Saginaw Valley State University)
25. Expertise without the expert: Building academic confidence through Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
Speaker:
Christina Sylka and Kimberly Lace Fama (University of British Columbia)
26. Exploring the Relationship Between Instruction and the Reference Desk
Speaker:
Meaghan Valant (University of Toronto Mississauga)
27. Affordable Course Materials: Impact on Student Learning
Speaker:
Eric Resnis (Miami University)
28. Assessing the Assessment: Using the One-Shot Assessment to Establish Pedagogical Values
Speaker:
Allen LeBlanc and Brittany O'Neill (Louisiana State University)
29. Exploring the Effectiveness of Visual Literacy and Communication Skills Instruction
Speaker:
Heather Seminelli (United States Military Academy Library)
30. Starting Where Students Are: Assessing What Students Know about Government Information
Speaker:
Allan Van Hoye and Kathryn Tallman (University of Colorado Boulder)
31. Express Yourself: Using Empathy to Create Better Assessments
Speaker:
Erin Hvizdak and Erica England (Washington State University)
32. Defining and Refining Information Literacy Dispositions
Speaker:
April Cunningham (Palomar College), Richard Hannon (MiraCosta College), and Michelle Dunaway (Wayne State University)
33. Dancing with the Framework: Letting the Frames Lead us to Learning Outcomes
Speaker:
April Cunningham (Palomar College)
34. Indicators for Information Literacy performance in college students?
Speaker:
Sara Lowe and Abby Currier (IUPUI)
35. Critical Information Literacy & Outcomes Assessment: Mutually Supportive, Not Mutually Exclusive
Speaker:
Joshua Hughey and Megan Oakleaf (Syracuse University)
36. Integrated Information Literacy Assessment: Implications for Efficiency, Faculty Engagement, and Closing the Loop
Speaker:
Sarah Dahlen (California State University, Monterey Bay)
37. Student Self-Reports on Their Library Research Comfort Levels: Using the Data to Improve Library Instruction
Speaker:
Donna Harp Ziegenfuss (University of Utah)
38. Librarian Teaching and Learning Assessment by Design! (Thinking)
Speaker:
Leslie Hurst, Amanda Hornby, Deepa Banerjee, Jackie Belanger, Conor Casey, and Anna Nakano-baker (University of Washington)
39. Creating Sustainable Research Consultation Assessment Using Multiple Methods
Speaker:
Ashlynn Kogut and Pauline Melgoza (Texas A&M University)
40. Shared Outcomes, Shared Practice: Evaluating an Instruction Program with One Assessment Technique
Speaker:
Meghan Wanucha (East Carolina University)
41. Over the Threshold? Analyzing Students’ Reflections on Their Information Literacy Growth through the Lens of the Standards Versus the Framework
Speaker:
Jennifer Jarson (Penn State University - Lehigh Valley) and Rachel Hamelers (Muhlenberg College)
42. One-Minute (ir)Relevance? Using Feminist-Influenced Pedagogy to Assess Evidence of Student Learning through Library Instruction
Speaker:
Rebecca Blunk (College of Southern Nevada)
43. No Cat Herding Needed: Collaborative Outcomes-Based Assessment in the Library
Speaker:
Robin Ewing (St. Cloud State University)

Poster Session II

Thursday, December 6 | 3:00–5:00 p.m., Woodway I

Collections
44. Building the Complete (Holistic) Collections Assessment Manual
Speaker:
Madeline Kelly (Western Washington University)
45. Visualizing Institutional Repository Value
Speaker:
Sarah Fitzgerald and Zhehan Jiang (University of Alabama)
46. Developing a Method to Examine the Impact of Library Electronic Resources on Research Output for a Medium-sized Academic University in the UAE
Speaker:
Lilly Hoi Sze Ho (Zayed University)
47. Assessing the Texas Data Repository: Determining What to Measure and How
Speaker:
Christina Chan-Park (Baylor University), Anna J. Dabrowski (Texas A&M University), Nerissa Lindsey (Texas A&M International University), and Laura Waugh (Texas State University)
48. We’re All In This Together. Using Systems Thinking and Data Visualization to Influence the Ordering Habits of Liaisons
Speaker:
Jamie Hazlitt (Loyola Marymount University)
49. “Greatest Hits” of the Circulating Collection: Subject-Based Retrospective Analysis of Circulation Data to Inform Local Collection Priorities
Speaker:
Louis Becker (University of Tennessee Knoxville)
50. Using WorldCat API to Identify Unique and Distinctive Materials within Collections
Speaker:
Philip White and Juleah Swanson (University of Colorado Boulder Libraries)
51. Assessing the Diversity of the E-Collection of the William H. Hannon Library
Speaker:
Marie R. Kennedy (Loyola Marymount University)
52. Assessment of the value of ebooks purchased via interlibrary loan at University of Michigan
Speaker:
Hanh Bui (University of Michigan)
Methods & Data
53. Selecting Method Combos for Library Assessment: A Critical Review of Triangulation
Speaker:
Giovanna Badia (McGill University)
54. Are we speaking the same language? Developing best practices for technology interfaces and teaching through user-focused assessment
Speaker:
Mary Galvin and Mary Oberlies (University of Oregon)
55. Dress Library Data to Communicate Value and Impact: Advanced Tableau Charts
Speaker:
Sarah Murphy (The Ohio State University)
56. Graphs in the Library Assessment Conference proceedings: A review of design, practices, and quality
Speaker:
James Cheng, Azhlee Costa, and Starr Hoffman (University of Nevada Las Vegas)
57. Data mining of Citations in Doctoral Dissertations: Tool for Collection Development and Instructional Services
Speaker:
Lee Yen Han and Jose Cuesta (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)
58. Library Chat Analysis: A Navigation Tool
Speaker:
HyunSeung Koh and Mark Fienup (University of Northern Iowa)
59. How are Students Using our Guides? A Consortium LibGuides Assessment Project
Speaker:
Melissa Becher (American University)
60. Make Your Library's Data Accessible and Usable: Create Live Dashboards with Google Data Studio
Speaker:
Kineret Ben-Knaan and Andrew Darby (University of Miami)
61. 45 Minutes to Clarity: The KJ Method for Prioritizing UX Design Improvements
Speaker:
Jacline Contrino (Ashford University)
62. The Tragedy of Faculty Frank: Creating Dynamic Assessment Tools to Inspire Holistic Innovation
Speaker:
Denise Leyton and Sheila Garcia (University of Michigan)
63. Asking Students about Metadata Without Asking Students about Metadata
Speaker:
Jeanette Norris (Brown University)
64. Developing a STEM Outreach Plan with Data Viz
Speaker:
Emily Hart (Syracuse University)
65. Examining the Connection between Library Ratios and LibQUAL+ Results
Speaker:
Jacob Tompkins and Mike Meth (Florida State University)
Organizational Issues
66. Using Tableau to Derive Insight from Data at University Library System, University of Pittsburgh
Speaker:
Berenika Webster and Anne Koenig (University of Pittsburgh)
67. Visualizing Success: Tracking and Reporting Progress Toward Library Strategic Goals
Speaker:
Regina Mays, Michelle Brannen, and Manda Sexton (University of Tennessee Knoxville)
68. Faculty Perceptions of Librarians and Library Services: Exploring the Impact of Librarian Faculty Status and Beyond
Speaker:
Cathy Weng and David Murray (The College of New Jersey)
69. Silos to Stories: Making Assessment More Meaningful for Everyone
Speaker:
Kirsten Kinsley, Emily Mann, and Travis Jordan (Florida State University)
70. Comparing Monetized Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of Peer Institutions using Tableau Visualizations
Speaker:
Greg Davis (Iowa State University)
71. Tracking Relationships and Measuring Professional Development: A Multipronged Approach to Assessment for Liaison Services
Speaker:
Rebecca Stuhr (University of Pennsylvania)
72. Non-Academic Support Outcomes and Key Performance Indicators at E. H. Butler Library: A New Partnership with Buffalo State’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Speaker:
Eugene Harvey (Buffalo State College, State University of New York)
73. Dashing assessment: Results of the LLAMA Assessment CoP needs assessment of dashboard educational opportunities
Speaker:
Cinthya Ippoliti (Oklahoma State University), Steve Borrelli (Penn State University), Michelle Ornat (Chesapeake Public Library), and Elizabeth Joseph (Ferguson Library)
74. Mind the Gap: Identifying Front-Line Motivations Versus Supervisor Perceptions to Reform Library Customer Service
Speaker:
Kristina Clement (University of Wyoming) and Brianne Dosch (University of Tennessee Knoxville)
75. Preparing for RCM (Responsibility Centered Management) Assessment in a Low Information Environment
Speaker:
Paul Beavers and Rachael Clark (Wayne State University Libraries)
76. Rating Retention: A Qualitative Assessment of Institutional Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Speaker:
Rose Chou (American University), Ebony Magnus (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology), and Mark Puente (Association of Research Libraries)
77. Responding to Leadership Priorities and Campus Requirements in Strategic Planning
Speaker:
Elizabeth Brown (Binghamton University Libraries)
78. Building a Master’s Program in User Experience and Assessment
Speaker:
Rachel Fleming-May, Regina Mays, Carol Tenopir, Dania Bilal, and Amy Forrester (University of Tennessee Knoxville)
79. Applying Organizational Assessment: Improving Processes, Communication, and Documentation through Workflow Visualization
Speaker:
Robert Heaton and Liz Woolcott (Utah State University)
80. ...OK, Now What? Reflections on a Six-Year Assessment Cycle
Speaker:
Carolyn Heine (California Baptist University)
81. Sorting Out Library Programs and Services: A Strategic Service Review
Speaker:
Kelley Martin and Cindy Thompson (University of Missouri Kansas City)
82. Point-counterpoint: Library Standards and University Accreditation Can Improve Academic Libraries
Speaker:
Kate Zoellner and Megan Stark (University of Montana)