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CTLC 2020 - Poster Presentations
CTLC 2020 - Virtual poster presentations
Diving in, flipping a Workshop from In-person to Virtual, fast!
Before COVID-19 came to the United States, the Texas A&M International University’s (TAMIU) Sue & Radcliffe Killam Library had planned on having an in-person RefWorks Workshop for the TAMIU community. The workshop was ...
CTLC 2020 Keynote Speaker: Tracie Walker-Reed
Tracie Walker-Reed is the recipient of the 2019 American Library Association’s “I Love My Librarian” award and has 15 years of library experience. She is the current Library Media Specialist at H. Grady Spruce High School ...
2020 Conference Program and Schedule
2020 CTLC Conference Program
Who’s a Family Engagement Librarian?
Comparing Teamwork & Collaboration Competencies between a Technology in Art Education course and an Engineering Project Management Course
Martin Wallace, Morgan Chivers, and Ryan Hulla will present the results of a student teamwork and collaboration study, using an “assembling effective teams” homework assignment and a semester-long, teambased academic library ...
Knowing and Growing: Promoting Research Autonomy and Collaboration Through Instruction
Session presenters, academic research and instruction librarians from an R-3 university, will discuss developing an active and reflective inquiry-based library instruction activity to provide students with skills to effectively ...
To Meet or Not to Meet: How We Really Feel
Meeting science is a relatively new phenomenon with empirical research and there is nothing relating to libraries in this literature. Come and find out the predictors of success for productive meetings, what academic ...
When Perceptions Don’t Match the View: Reimaging Existing Collections
“I can’t find what I need.” Words every librarian dreads. What do you do when a collection isn’t serving your population as well as you thought? At Sam Houston State University (SHSU), two librarians discovered that our ...
Making an Impact: Creative Opportunities for Student Engagement with Special Collections
Student engagement with special collections and their materials can come in many forms, including assignment-driven research or projects, instruction sessions, exhibits, workshops, tours, and overviews of materials and ...