Publications & Presentations

Publications

Books, Chapters, and Journal Articles

  • Kelley, Steve. (2016). The Smaller Library Staff's Perspective on BIBFRAME. Technicalities, 36(6), 8-11.
  • Lock, Mary Beth. (2016). Book Review: Better Library Design: Ideas from Library Journal. Technical Services Quarterly. Taylor and Francis, 33(4). #
  • Bennett, Stephanie. (2016). From Protégé to Mentor. Archival Outlook. Archival Outlook, September/October. #
  • Smith, Susan. (2016). Special Issue: 21st Century Funding and Development Strategies for Libraries. The Bottom Line. The Bottom Line, 29(2), 57-122. #
  • Tedford, Rosalind. (2016). Marketing and Promotion of Reference Services in Linda Smith and Melissa Wong, eds. Reference and Information Services 5th Edition. Libraries Unlimited, 2016. Reference and Information Services 5th Edition. Libraries Unlimited, (5th), 281-305.
  • Burris, Christian, McCallum, Carolyn, & Keener, Molly. (2016). Incorporating Branded Academic Library Programming to Promote and Showcase Campus Research and Artistic Performances. North Carolina Libraries, 74(1), 13-20.
  • Smith, Susan. (2016). Editorial: 21st century funding and development strategies for libraries special issue. The Bottom Line, 29(2), 58-59. #
  • McCall, Leslie. (2016). Report from the MOUG Annual Meeting: Lightening Talk: The Cataloging of Self-Published Items. Music OCLC Users Group Newsletter, June 2016(Number 122), pages 15-16. #
  • Kelley, Steve. (2016). Possible Major Changes Afoot in the World of RDA. Technicalities, 36(3), 14-17.
  • Lock, Mary Beth, Fansler, Craig, & Webb, Meghan. (2016). (R)Evolutionary Emergency Planning: Adding Resilience through Continuous Review. International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 5(2). #
  • Lock, Mary Beth, Fansler, Craig, & Webb, Meghan. (2016). (R)Evolutionary Emergency Planning: Adding Resilience through Continuous Review. International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 5(2), 47-65. #
  • Cramer, Carol. (2016). Alternatives to Demand-Driven Acquisition: An Exploration of Opportunity Costs. Against the Grain, 28(2), 20-23. #
  • Krewer, Drew, & Rowell, Chelcie. (2016). Preservation Metadata for Complex Digital Objects. A Report of the ALCTS PARS Preservation Metadata Interest Group Meeting. American Library Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, June 2015. Technical Services Quarterly, 33(2), 179–183. #
  • McMahan, Kaeley. (2016). Humanities Information Literacy: Developing and Improving a For-Credit Course. American Theological Library Association, 69, 232-237.
  • Robbeloth, Hilary, Weiss, Stephanie, & Eng, Alice. (2016). Disconnect Between Literature and Libraries: The Availability of Mentoring Programs for Academic Librarians. Endnotes: The Journal of the New Members Round Table of the American Library Association, 4(1). #
  • Scheidt, Donna, Carpenter, William, Fitzgerald, Robert, Middleton, Holly, & Shields, Kathy. (2016). Writing information literacy in FYC: A collaboration among faculty and librarians. Information literacy: Research and collaboration across disciplines. WAC Clearinghouse and University Press of Colorado: Fort Collins, Colorado. #
  • Alpi, Kristine, Brown, James, Neel, Jennifer, Grindem, Carol, Linder, Keith, & Harper, James. (2016). Scanning technology selection impacts acceptability and usefulness of image-rich content. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 104(1), 15-23.
  • Corbett, Lauren. (2016). Linked Data Advice Anyone? (Who Uses Google?). Reality Check, 36(1). #
  • Shields, Kathy, & Schweitzer, Leah. (2016). A new studio approach: Collaborating to support first year writing. Southern Discourse in the Center, 20(2), 28-46. #
  • Kelley, Steve. (2015). Some Advice for Implementing RDA in Your Library. Technicalities, 35(6), 15-18.
  • Tedford, Rosalind. (2015). Never Waste a Good Crisis, Leadership is not Supervision and More Lessons from the Career of a Reluctant Leader. Crucible Moments: Inspiring Library Leadership. Mission Bell Media: Santa Barbara, CA.
  • Zhang, Yue, Ogletree, Adrian, Greenberg, Jane, & Rowell, Chelcie. (2015). Controlled Vocabularies for Scientific Data: Users and Desired Functionalities. Proceedings of the 78th ASIS&T Annual Meeting: Information Science with Impact: Research in and for the Community, 54, 8. #
  • Fansler, Craig. (2015). Director's Cut: Italian Neorealism Film and the Giuseppe De Santis Papers. Archival Outlook, (November/December 2015), 4-5, 23. #
  • Hiatt, Derrik. (2015). Technical Services Is Public Services. Technicalities, 35(5). #
  • Petersen, Rebecca. (2015). Big Web, Small Staff: Web Archiving with Limited Resources. Archival Outlook. #
  • Kelley, Steve. (2015). NASIG at 30: New Initiatives, New Directions. Serials Review, 41(3), 143-145.
  • Lock, Mary, & Fansler, Craig. (2015). Emergency Planning (R)Evolution: Making a Comprehensive Emergency Plan for the Present and the Future. Disaster Management and Contingency Planning in Modern Libraries. IGI-Global: Hershey, PA.
  • Kelley, Steve. (2015). Serials: What's In a Name?. Technicalities, 35(3), 12-15.
  • Potvin, Sarah, & Rowell, Chelcie. (2015). Preservation Metadata for Digital Forensics. A Report of the ALCTS PARS Preservation Metadata Interest Group Meeting. American Library Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, June 2014. Technical Services Quarterly, 32(3), 320–325. #
  • Kelley, Steve. (2015). President's Corner. NASIG Newsletter, 30(2), 1-2.
  • Pyatt, Timothy. (2015). The Harding Affair Letters: How One Archivist Took Every Possible Measure To Ensure Their Preservation. Case Studies in Archival Ethics. Society of American Archivists. #
  • Womack, Hubert, Smith, Susan, & Lock, Mary Beth. (2015). Large-Scale, Live-Action Gaming Events in Academic Libraries: How and Why. C&RL News, 76(4), 210-214. #
  • Keener, Molly. (2015). Contextualizing Copyright: Fostering Students' Understanding of Their Rights and Responsibilities as Content Creators. Virginia Libraries, 61, 37-42. #

Presentations

  • Shields, Kathy, Scheidt, Donna, Carpenter, William, Kozma, Cara, & Middleton, Holly. (2017, March). Cultivating Capacity for Collaborative Research, Understanding Change: Preliminary Findings from Longitudinal Case Studies of Undergraduates as Writer-Researchers. Conference on College Composition and Communication, Portland, Oregon.
  • Foster, Amanda, Fyn, Amy, Heady, Christina, & Hosier, Allison. (2017, February). Charting a New Course for Credit-Bearing Information Literacy Courses in Higher Education. ACRL e-Learning Webcast, Online. #
  • Carrie, Johnston. (2017, January). Recovering Modernist Cities through Digital Augmentation. Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Carrie, Johnston. (2017, January). Keep the H in DH. Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Eng, Alice, Brown, Elizabeth, Humphrey, Tom, & Siler, Elizabeth. (2016, November). Beyond Usage: Measuring the Value of Library Resources. Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC.
  • Carrie, Johnston. (2016, November). Home Screens: Digitizing Place and Belonging in American Studies. American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.
  • Carrie, Johnston. (2016, November). Changing the Shape of Liberal Arts Scholarship: A Library-Centered Approach. Digital Library Federation Liberal Arts Pre-Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Womack, Hubert. (2016, August). Serving Diverse Populations: A Diversity, Inclusion, and Service Workshop Model for Library Student Assistant. National Diversity in Libraries Conference, Los Angeles CA.
  • Zanish-Belcher, Tanya. (2016, August). Assessing Archives: Case Studies in Using Data as an Advocacy Tool. Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • Jeong, Sarah. (2016, July). Lightning Talk: Flipping a Science Literacy Course with VoiceThread and Audacity. Science Boot Camp for Librarians Southeast, Athens, GA.
  • Eller, Jeffrey. (2016, June). Re-Tooling Acquisitions for Lean Times: What if Help Isn't on the Way?. ALA Orlando Annual Conference & Exhibition, Orlando, FL. #
  • Lock, Mary Beth. (2016, June). Planting the Seeds: Libraries and Librarians as Change Agents for Sustainability in Their Communities. American Library Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL. #
  • Jeong, Sarah. (2016, June). Lessons Learned from Flipping a Science Information Literacy Course. Lilly International Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching & Learning, Bethesda, MD.
  • Jeong, Sarah. (2016, May). Flipping a Science Literacy Course with VoiceThread and Audacity (poster presentation). Science, Technology & Engineering Library Leaders in Action (STELLA) Unconference, UNC-Chapel Hill.
  • Cramer, Carol. (2016, May). If DDA is Dead, then Long Live...What?: An Exploration of DDA Alternatives. NCICU Purchasing Committee Annual Meeting, Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC.
  • Foster, Amanda. (2016, May). Creating Learner Personas for the Library Classroom. The Innovative Library Classroom Conference, Radford, VA.
  • Foster, Amanda. (2016, May). Incorporating Editing Wikipedia in Humanities Courses. THATCamp, Winston-Salem, NC.
  • Smith, Susan, Lock, Mary Beth, & Webb, Meghan. (2016, May). A Library for the Whole Student: Creating a Culture of Health & Wellness at your Library. ACRL e-Learning Webcasts, Webinar. #
  • Denlinger, Kyle, & Foster, Amanda. (2016, May). You Can Go Your Own Way: Rethinking Credit-Bearing Courses in Light of the Framework. LOEX, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Jeong, Sarah, Seagraves, Jennifer, & Knight, Erin. (2016, April). Outreach and Relationship-Building with STEM. NCLA STEM-LINC (STEM Librarianship in North Carolina) Meeting, UNC-Greensboro.
  • Zanish-Belcher, Tanya. (2016, April). Playing Outside: Opportunities for Community Engagement Beyond the Archives. Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Zanish-Belcher, Tanya, & Myers, Beth. (2016, April). Career Planning for Archivists. Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Foster, Amanda. (2016, March). Researching Reynolda: Teaming Up with a Campus Institution to Teach Students Research. LAUNC-CH Conference, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Carrie, Johnston. (2016, March). Unsettling 19th-Century Railway Fictions. The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists Biennial Conference, State College, PA.
  • Shields, Kathy, & Middleton, Holly. (2016, March). Teaching the dispositions for inquiry: Research and writing in the first year of college. Student Success in Writing Conference, Savannah, Georgia. #
  • Eng, Alice, & Waltner, Robb. (2016, March). Know Thyself. Electronic Resources and Libraries, Austin, TX. #
  • Womack, Hubert, Lentz, Barbara, Still, Erica, & Buchanan, Christy. (2016, February). WFU Faculty Fellows: Embedding Faculty Without Living in the Halls. First-Year Experience Conference 2016, Orlando FL.
  • Buchanan, Christy, Womack, Hubert, & Still, Erica. (2016, February). The Uncommon Common Reading Project: Bringing Choice Around a Theme. First-Year Experience Conference 2016, Orlando FL.
  • Jeong, Sarah. (2016, February). Flipping a Science Information Literacy Course. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • Shields, Kathy, Schweitzer, Leah, Garber, Christian, Lisath, Brailey, & Swiger, Jen. (2016, February). Voices around the table: The Writing Studio as inclusive space. Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference, Columbus, Georgia.
  • Lock, Mary Beth. (2016, January). A Place to Nap: The ZieSta Room in the Z. Smith Reynolds Library. ALA Mid-Winter, Boston, MA. #
  • Carrie, Johnston. (2016, January). The Lure of Crowdsourced Job Market Lore. Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Austin, TX.
  • Carrie, Johnston. (2016, January). Mabel Dodge's Transgressive Transmission: The Profane Southwest. Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Austin, TX.
  • Jeong, Sarah. (2015, December). Incorporating Reflective Learning to Enhance Metacognition in a Science Information Literacy Course. NC Library Instructional Technology (LITe) Winter Meeting, UNC-Chapel Hill.
  • Denlinger, Kyle. (2015, December). VoiceThread for Building Community in Online Courses (Lightning presentation). NC-LITe, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Cross, William, Keener, Molly, & Morrison, Heather. (2015, November). Elsevier's Heirs, or, Yes, Copyright IS Confusing. Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC. #
  • Cramer, Carol, Sandler, Mark, Metz-Wiseman, Monica, Paulson, Kari, Lugg, Rick, & Jarvis, Alan. (2015, November). The Changing Academic Book Market Landscape: What's Next?. Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC.
  • Womack, Hubert. (2015, October). Flipping LIB210: The Flipped Classroom Model in Action. NCLA 61st Biennial Conference, Greensboro, NC.
  • Smith, Susan, Lock, Mary Beth, Webb, Meghan, & Womack, Hubert. (2015, October). A Library for the Whole Student: Creating a Multi-dimensional Culture of Health and Wellness at your Library. NCLA 61st Biennial Conference, Greensboro, NC.
  • Shields, Kathy, & Dale, Jenny. (2015, October). Make your instruction matter: Practical ways to implement the ACRL IL Framework in library instruction. 61st Biennial North Carolina Library Association Conference, Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • Scanlon, Mary, Garrison, Betty, Thynne, Sara, & Klein, Heather. (2015, October). From Vineyard to Winery: Using NC LIVE Resources to Support Small Business Development. North Carolina Library Association's 61st Biennial Conference, Greensboro, NC.
  • Shields, Kathy, & Walker, Allison. (2015, October). Enhancing students' online research, reading, and writing practices with ProQuest Flow. 61st Biennial North Carolina Library Association Conference, Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • Scanlon, Mary, Lock, Mary, & Krautter, Mary. (2015, October). Developing an Entrepreneurial Library Culture. North Carolina Library Association's 61st Biennial Conference, Greensboro, NC.
  • Cox, Richard, & Rowell, Chelcie. (2015, October). Building Pyramids: Creating Partnerships in Digital Scholarship. North Carolina Library Association 61st Biennial Conference, Greensboro, NC. #
  • Carrie, Johnston. (2015, September). Creating Digital Humanities Collaborations Using Library Special Collections. Digital Frontiers, Dallas, TX.
  • Zanish-Belcher, Tanya. (2015, August). Best Practices for Volunteers in Archives. Annual Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Zanish-Belcher, Tanya. (2015, August). Regional Organizations: How They Enhance and Impact Professional Development. MOSAIC Scholarship Workshop, Cleveland, OH.
  • Harper, James. (2015, July). Future of Interlibrary Loan. N.C. Interlibrary and Document Delivery Conference, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Collins, Dave, Barbosa-Jerez, Mary, & Cramer, Carol. (2015, July). Weed it and Reap: Successful Strategies for Re-shaping Collections. ACRL Webcast, Webinar.
  • Jeong, Sarah. (2015, July). Integrating NCBI Tools into Course Redesign. A Librarian's Guide to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Graduate Forum, Online.
  • Tedford, Rosalind. (2015, July). The Many Hats of Academic Librarians. SAGE/CQ Press Publishing, Thousand Oaks, CA. #
  • Lock, Mary Beth, & Webb, Meghan. (2015, June). What's In It for Me? Success, Motivation and Gaps. ACRL Assessment in Action Poster Presentation, American Library Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. #
  • Mulder, Megan. (2015, June). Teaching with Special Collections: The Classroom as Liberal Arts Laboratory. Annual conference, Rare Books and Manuscripts Section, Association of College and Research Libraries, Oakland, CA. #
  • McMahan, Kaeley. (2015, June). Humanities Information Literacy: Developing and Improving a For-Credit Course. American Theological Library Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO. #
  • Rowell, Chelcie. (2015, June). Building Library Exhibits with BiblioBoard Creator. Meeting of the ACRL Digital Curation Interest Group at the American Library Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA. #
  • Zanish-Belcher, Tanya. (2015, May). Evaluating Public Services in Special Collections. Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY.

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