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Five Minutes of Five Years of First Year Composition
Susan Whitmer, Instruction Librarian at Texas Woman’s University, discusses her evolving approach to teaching information literacy to First-Year Composition classes. The past five years have been a dynamic time for teaching ...
Using Whiteboards to Build User Engagement
The Blagg-Huey-Huey Library has used their whiteboards to interact with students and facilitate engagement activities. Find out how you can use this low-cost strategy to reach out to library users and build a library community.
2019 Conference Program and Schedule
2019 CTLC Conference Program
Implement and Maintain Your DDA Plan in 500 Easy Steps
Was setting up Demand Driven Acquisition at your library a memorable experience? After six years under a DDA ebook plan, the SMU Libraries began to fully reevaluate what had been turned on. With attractive new purchasing ...
Knitting Together Qualitative and Quantitative Data About Your E-journals
When it comes to developing collections, librarians have historically faced the dilemma of providing access to high quality resources versus those that are highly used. The Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is a tool that ...
Assessing an Academic Library Mentoring Program
A continuous cycle of assessment contributes to the success of a mentoring program, as illustrated in this case study from a large academic library. The Mentoring Competencies Assessment, the Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale, ...
The word “Mandala” is an ancient Sanskrit word meaning symbols of unity and completeness. The principle of Mandala art has been utilized by various cultures around the world as a means of self-expression, spiritual ...
The Art of the Hustle: Making the Most of Your Paraprofessional Role
Becoming a professional librarian requires tenacity, a desire to serve the community and a diverse professional tool belt. Many promising job listings prefer applicants to have several years of experience, but this can be ...
Building a Coalition for Statewide OER Initiatives in Texas
The Statewide OER Coordinating Committee is comprised of staff members from a variety of academic libraries in the state including community colleges, ARLs, and the Texas Digital Library consortium. The committee is ...
Why K-12 School Librarians Belong in Academic Libraries
This lightning talk will give seven good reasons why school librarians make strong contenders for open positions within academic libraries.