Posters

EBLIP7 People's Choice Awards - Best Poster
First Place:
Determining the Direction of an Information Literacy Program: Data Analysis Leads to the Creation of Online Learning Objects
Gail Strachan, Seneca College, Canada
Kathryn Klages, Seneca College, Canada
Maria Bordignon, Seneca College, Canada

Second Place:
Culling the Herd in Hard Times: Implementing an Evidence-Based "Big Deal" Cancellation Support Tool at Vancouver Island University
Jean Blackburn, Vancouver Island University, Canada
Kathleen Reed, Vancouver Island University, Canada
Dana McFarland, Vancouver Island University, Canada

A Three-Way Third Place Tie:
Navigating Uncharted Territory: Introducing EBLIP into a Department
Laura Newton-Miller, Carleton University, Canada

Studying Customers' Use of the Physical Space at Edmonton Public Library
Beth Wortman, Edmonton Public Library, Canada
 
Collaborating on Demonstrating Evidence of Student Learning in Undergraduate Literacy Instruction
Nancy Goebel, University of Alberta, Canada
Michelle Edwards Thomson, Red Deer College, Canada
Jessica Knoch, Grant MacEwan University, Canada
Sara Sharun, Mount Royal University, Canada

Wednesday, July 17, 2013
9:45am – 10:15am Poster Madness
Poster Madness!!
Poster presenters have one minute each to convey the gist of their poster to all conference delegates. Once the minute is up, so is the talk! Creativity and fun are encouraged. The idea is to give the plenary audience a taste of what the poster is about, which can be elaborated during the coffee and poster viewing following Poster Madness.

10:15am – 11:30am Coffee and Poster Viewing

Information for Session and Poster Presenters (PDF download)

Don’t lose it—use it! A guide to archiving library and information research data

Joanne Gard Marshall, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States
Susan Rathbun-Grubb, University of South Carolina, United States
Jennifer Craft Morgan, Georgia State University, United States
Cheryl A. Thompson, University of Illinois, United States
Amber Wells, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States

Implementing a national EBLIP research agenda

Jonathan Eldredge, University of New Mexico, United States
Marie Ascher, New York Medical College, United States
Heather Holmes, Summa Health Systems, United States
Martha Harris, Harris Abstract Services, United States

OER and academic libraries: Working with faculty to help promote, support, and distribute OER

Gillian Nowlan, University of Regina, Canada

Studying customers’ use of the physical space at Edmonton Public Library

Beth Wortman, Edmonton Public Library, Canada

Could once be enough? Support for the efficacy of the one-shot library instruction session

Pamela Hayes-Bohanan, Bridgewater State University, United States
Elizabeth Spievak, Bridgewater State University, United States

Navigating uncharted territory—Introducing EBLIP into a department

Laura Newton-Miller, Carleton University, Canada

Determining the direction of an information literacy program: Data analysis leads to the creation of online learning objects

Gail Strachan, Seneca College, Canada
Kathryn Klages, Seneca College, Canada
Maria Bordignon, Seneca College, Canada

Collaborating on demonstrating evidence of student learning in undergraduate information literacy instruction

Nancy Goebel, University of Alberta, Canada
Michelle Edwards Thomson, Red Deer College, Canada
Jessica Knoch, Grant MacEwan University, Canada
Sara Sharun, Mount Royal University, Canada

Considering the impact of a human library on lives and undergraduate research

Nancy Goebel, University of Alberta, Canada
Sarah Barriage, University of Alberta, Canada

Exercising evidence based medicine through e-learning information literacy’s practice

Maria de los Angeles Gonzalez Valdes, Universidad de Ciencias Médicas, Cuba Poster withdrawn

Developing evidence for training public service library assistants to teach at the University of Alberta

Denis Lacroix, University of Alberta, Canada
David Sulz, University of Alberta, Canada

One ‘Core’ to rule them all: An analysis of YBP’s CORE 1000 product for collection development

Ashley Ireland, Murray State University, United States

A quantitative analysis of IT facilities in Pakistani University Libraries

Muhammad Javed Iqbal, Higher Education Commission, Pakistan Poster withdrawn

Comparing oranges and oranges: The relative value of two demand-driven acquisition e-book services

Jennifer Shrubsole, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Canada

Culling the herd in hard times: Implementing an evidence-based “big deal” cancellation support tool at Vancouver Island University

Jean Blackburn, Vancouver Island University, Canada
Kathleen Reed, Vancouver Island University, Canada
Dana McFarland, Vancouver Island University, Canada

Cultivating fallow fields: A program to train undergraduate student workers to be effective communicators of health information skills in an academic medical library

Rick Wallace, East Tennessee State University, United States
Nakia Woodward, East Tennessee State University, United States
Katie Wolf, East Tennessee State University, United States

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

9:45am-10:15am Poster Madness!!!
10:15am-11:30am Coffee and Poster Viewing