Publications & Presentations

Publications

Books, Chapters, and Journal Articles

  • McMahan, Kaeley. (2019). Scholarship as Conversation: Information Literacy in the Divinity School Curriculum. Information Literacy and Theological Librarianship: Theory & Praxis. Atla Open Press: Chicago, IL. #
  • Keener, Molly. (2019). The Conversation of Scholarship. Serials Review, 45(1-2). #
  • Foster, Amanda. (2019). Wikipedia-Based Assignments and Critical Information Literacy: A Case Study. Critical Approaches to Credit-Bearing Information Literacy Courses. Association of College and Research Libraries: Chicago, IL.
  • McMahan, Kaeley. (2019). Teaching Academic Research and Writing: Or, Two Works in Progress. American Theological Library Association, 72, 295-305. #
  • McMahan, Kaeley, Schmersal, David, & van Dyk, Gerrit. (2019). Back to Basics: Collaborating with Colleagues to Connect Graduate Students with Content. American Theological Library Association, 72, 141-150. #
  • Giovanelli, Laura, & Keener, Molly. (2019). How to Talk About Copyright So Kids Will Listen, and How to Listen About Copyright So Kids Will Talk: An Assignment at the Intersection of Multimodal Writing and Intellectual Property. Teaching Information Literacy and Writing Studies: Volume 2, Upper-Level and Graduate Courses. Purdue University Press: West Lafayette, IN.
  • Corbett, Lauren. (2018). Current Work in Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility by Metadata Communities: A Working Report from the ALA/ALCTS Metadata Standards Committee. Technical Services Quarterly, 35(4), 367 - 376. #
  • Johnston, Carrie, McGrath, James, Boyles, Christina, Cong-Huyen, Anne, & Phillips, Amanda. (2018). Precarious Labor in the Digital Humanities. American Quarterly, 70(3).
  • Womack, Hubert, Webb, Meghan, & McCallum, Carolyn. (2018). Writers Camp @ ZSR: Camping, Writing, and Publishing in the Library!. North Carolina Libraries, 76(1), 11-17. #
  • Fansler, Craig, McLelland, Courtenay, & Britton, Tracey. (2018). Featured Interview: Preservation Librarianship. Guild of Book Workers Newsletter, (237), 12-13.
  • McMahan, Kaeley. (2018). Making Space for Research. American Theological Library Association, 71, 215-217.
  • Cramer, Carol. (2018). Being Earnest with Collections - What Happens After Short-Term Loan Withdrawal?. Against the Grain, 30(1), 63-64. #
  • Grigg, Karen, Jeong, Sarah, & Exner, Nina. (2018). Providing Innovative Library Services to STEM Graduate Students. Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students. Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL). #

Presentations

  • Cramer, Carol. (2019, November). What We Can Learn from the Big Deal that Never Was (Stopwatch Session). Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC.
  • Grigg, Karen, Ottosen, Terri, & Jeong, Sarah. (2019, October). Recognizing and Avoiding Implicit Bias in Health Sciences Collections and Services. NCLA 63rd Biennial Conference, Winston-Salem, NC.
  • Jeong, Sarah, & Denlinger, Kyle. (2019, June). Using VoiceThread to Design a Science IL Course. NCLA Distance Learning Section Meeting, Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC.
  • Keener, Molly. (2019, April). The Conversation of Scholarship. North Carolina Serials Conference, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Jeong, Sarah. (2019, March). An Integrated Workflow of Multi-Database Bibliometric Analysis. Empirical Librarians Conference, Richmond, VA.
  • Gilbertson, Kevin, & Denlinger, Kyle. (2019, March). Enhancing Library Discovery with Lightweight Meta Queries. Designing for Digital, Austin, TX.
  • Eng, Alice, Robbeloth, Hilary, Remy, Charlie, Sabbath, Robin, & Rusch, Vanessa. (2019, March). Reflections on Representation: What's Wrong With Saying I Treat Everyone the Same?. ER&L Conference, Austin, TX.
  • Eng, Alice, & Lightfoot, Elizabeth. (2019, March). Being an Effective Liaison as a Technical Services Librarian. ER&L Conference, Austin, TX.
  • Johnston, Carrie. (2019, January). Language and Labor in the Digital Humanities. Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Chicago, IL. #
  • Cramer, Carol, Davis, Hilary, Mohanty, Suchi, & Whittenberger, Lynn. (2018, November). Popular Reading Collections in Academic Libraries - A Panel Discussion on Goals, Parameters, and Campus Reactions. Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC. #
  • Tedford, Rosalind. (2018, November). Thriving (or just surviving) as a liaison librarian: a lively discussion of our evolving roles, opportunities, and challenges. Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC.
  • Johnston, Carrie. (2018, November). Critical Regionalisms and States of Emergence. American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. #
  • Womack, Hubert. (2018, October). Writers' Camp @ ZSR: Encouraging the Entrepreneurial Spirit in Young Writers. The Conference of Entrepreneurial Librarians, WInston Salem NC. #
  • Scheidt, Donna, Kozma, Cara, Middleton, Holly, & Shields, Kathy. (2018, September). Partnering to understand undergraduate research and writing longitudinally. Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.
  • Jeong, Sarah, & Deards, Kiyomi. (2018, August). Pre- and Post-Research Group Selection: Evolving Roles for Chemistry Librarians. American Chemical Society 256th National Meeting, Division of Chemical Information, Chemistry Librarians of the Future Symposium, Boston, MA.
  • Pyatt, Timothy. (2018, August). Race, Slavery, and the Rise of the Academy. SAA Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • Jeong, Sarah, & Ottosen, Terri. (2018, July). Providing Health Information Services STAT. Help! I'm an Accidental Government Information Librarian, Webinar.
  • Eller, Jeffrey. (2018, June). System Migrations from an Acquisitions Perspective. ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition, New Orleans, LA.
  • McMahan, Kaeley. (2018, June). Teaching Academic Research and Writing: Or, Two Works in Progress. 2018 American Theological Library Association Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • McMahan, Kaeley, Schmersal, David, & van Dyk, Gerrit. (2018, June). Back to Basics: Collaborating with Colleagues to Connect Graduate Students with Content. 2018 American Theological Library Association Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Kowalski, Melanie, & Keener, Molly. (2018, June). Mix and Match the Copyright Code: Combining Exemptions for Maximum Impact. Kraemer Copyright Conference, Colorado Springs, CO. #
  • Johnston, Carrie. (2018, June). Precarious Labor in the Digital Humanities. Digital Humanities, Mexico City, Mexico. #
  • Eller, Jeffrey. (2018, May). Streaming Video Sources. NCICU Library Resources Group Annual Meeting, Greensboro, NC.
  • Pyatt, Timothy. (2018, May). Engaging the University Community. Kick-Starting ROAAr and More: Towards the Future, Montreal, Quebec. #
  • Foster, Amanda. (2018, May). Using Wikipedia as a Lens to Explore Critical Information Literacy in Library Credit Courses. LOEX 2018, Houston, TX. #
  • Shields, Kathy, & Lloyd, Rebecca. (2018, May). Speaking our language: Using disciplinary frameworks to identify shared outcomes for student success in college and beyond. Innovative Library Classroom Conference, Radford, VA.
  • Lloyd, Rebecca, & Shields, Kathy. (2018, May). Speaking our language: Using disciplinary frameworks to identify shared outcomes for student success in college...AND BEYOND!. 46th Annual LOEX Conference, Houston, TX. #
  • Eng, Alice, & Robbeloth, Hilary. (2018, March). Diversity: More Than a Policy. ER&L Conference, Austin, TX.