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    • CTLC 2020 Keynote Speaker: Tracie Walker-Reed 

      Walker-Reed, Tracie (2020)
      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 ...
    • Audience Warm-Up: Engage Your Audience Before You Present 

      Dominguez Baeza, Victor (2020)
      Whether a public, private, or academic librarian, some form of presenting has increasingly become part of the job. Your presentations are often around an hour long, and when planning it seems like an hour is just not ...
    • Comparing Teamwork & Collaboration Competencies between a Technology in Art Education course and an Engineering Project Management Course 

      Wallace, Martin; Hulla, Ryan; Chivers, Morgan; Alexander, Amanda; Cantu, Jaime (2020)
      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 ...
    • High-quality Diet of Journals: Comparison of Top-ranked with Most-used Journals 

      Harker, Karen; Hergert, Chris; Byrne, Sephra (2020)
      UNT librarians will present a follow-up on the work shared at the 2019 CTLC Conference, regarding compiled data from the Journal Citation Reports and its comparison to UNT holdings. In last year’s presentation, “Are your ...
    • Connecting Digitally with the Tejas Star Reading List 

      Gaylor, Elizabeth Ibarra; Lamoglia, Dolores; Delgado, Priscilla (2020)
      Learn about the Tejas Star Reading List and how you can connect students digitally with the bilingual and Spanish titles on this reading list as well as scheduling virtual author visits
    • It’s Elementary! Using Children’s Television to Teach Information Literacy 

      Crane, Ashley B. (2020)
      Getting learners to recognize, develop, and practice the knowledge and skills they need to be information literate is hard. What if we exposed learners to those concepts at their most basic level? In this session, learn ...
    • Remote Reference: A Practitioner’s Guide 

      Graff, Rebecca; Heuer, Megan; Jenkins, Sarah (2020)
      In recent years, the approaches to providing reference help have changed, and practitioners must learn and hone skills to keep up. While we used to respond to questions in-person and over the phone, we now add chat, ...
    • Keeping Readers Engaged and Connected with the Rivera Book Award 

      Delgado, Priscilla; Murillo-Sutterby, Sandra (2020)
      The Rivera Book Award was founded in 1995 at Texas State University to recognize exemplary, authentic Mexican-American literature for youth. Now celebrating its 25th year, the award has recognized dozens of titles and has ...
    • Explore Census Data – An Introduction and Demonstration 

      Morland, Marna; Shank, Paige (2020)
      American FactFinder went offline on March 31, 2020, so librarians will be turning to the new Explore Census Data platform at data.census.gov to help patrons find the census data they need. Marna Morland and Paige Shank ...
    • Building More Diverse Collections for Younger Readers 

      Bliss, Joanna Russell; McMichael, Jonathan (2020)
      Research has shown that children exposed to diverse books, especially those that have cross-racial groups, have better acceptance of children of other ethnicities as compared to those not exposed to diverse books. This ...
    • Copyright & the Preservation of Video Collections in Libraries 

      Dewitt-Miller, Erin; Guerrero, Steven; Duke, Lindsay (2020)
      This session will include an overview of Section 108(c) of the Copyright Act which addresses preservation of audiovisual material in library collections. It will also provide an introduction to the Academic Libraries Video ...
    • Pedagogy for Practical Library Instruction – An Online Program 

      Roy, Meranda M. (2020-08)
      While many librarians find themselves with teaching responsibilities, few have received sound pedagogical training. This leaves many librarians to learn on the fly or through trial and error when in the classroom. Although ...
    • Managing Expectations: ORCID registration/Scopus findings of UT Southwestern Learners 

      Scott, Jane (2020-08)
      Using and Collecting ORCiD IDs can provide numerous benefits for academic and research institutions. Providing ORCiDs to participating organizations can provide value for combating disambiguation in databases. ORCID in ...
    • Work-Life Balance for Librarians: Avocations Informing the Vocation 

      Whitmer, Susan; Rumohr, Suzanne; Crawford, Laurel Sammonds (2020-08)
      Come prepared to move as three active librarians demonstrate how belly dancing, bicycling, and yoga inform their librarianship and illustrate the concept of work-life balance. As an antidote to our 24/7 plugged-in culture, ...
    • Collaborating on Scholarship 

      Brannon, Sian; Sassen, Catherine (2020-08)
      Scholarly research gives us insight into the future of libraries. A considerable amount of this research results from collaborative projects. However, collaborative research projects may crash and burn if not well planned. ...
    • Facilitating Teamwork 

      Lobley, Marla (2020-08)
      Marla Lobley will share the team building efforts that have been successful at Linscheid Library at East Central University. The library has 1 director, 5 librarians, 7 full time staff and 20+ students. Due to the ...
    • A Thriving Data Program During Quarantine: Webinars, Tutorials, Online Fellows 

      Been, Joshua (2020-08)
      As a library’s data research support does not depend on physical spaces or resources, the current quarantine at Baylor University is the perfect time to shift to a more scalable and completely online environment. The ...
    • The Keeper App: Creating a Participatory Digital Archive 

      Zipperer, Rachael (2020-08)
      The University of North Texas is home to nearly 40,000 students, and their experiences are a critical part of the collective memory of this unique campus community. As more documentation of the student experience is created ...
    • To Meet or Not to Meet: How We Really Feel 

      Brannon, Sian; Leuzinger, Julie (2020-08)
      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 ...
    • Literacy Technology Skills in the Latino Community from Secondary School to College 

      Hernandez-Badia, Rosenid; Perez, Leonides (2020-08)
      The Latino community is the largest minority in the United States (US). Many of them enrolled in high school and college. There are a series of factors that can impact the Literacy and Technology Skills. There are four ...