Summer 2017 Presentations by Library Faculty and Academic Professionals

This past summer, Library faculty and academic professionals presented all over the world on a wide range of topics. The list that follows highlights the places and topics covered at conferences this summer beyond those at the Annual ALA Conference, which were covered in a previous post.

  • Alaniz, Desiree, Erin Dix, Katie Howell, Jennifer Jacobsen, Anna Trammell, Ashlyn Velte, Bryan Whitledge. “Capturing a Movement: Documenting Student Activities and Activism on Campus.” Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, July 28, 2017.
  • Dickson, Eleanor F., Daniel G. Tracy, Sandra McIntyre, Bobby Glushko, Robert H. McDonald, Brandon Butler, J. Stephen Downie. “Creating a Policy Framework for Analytic Access to In-Copyright Works for Non-Consumptive Research.” Digital Humanities 2017, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 9, 2017.
  • Melton, Sarah, Michelle Dalmau, Nora Dimmock, Daniel G. Tracy, Erin Glass. “ARL Digital Scholarship Institute.” Digital Humanities 2017, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 9, 2017.
  • Senseney, Megan, Eleanor F. Dickson, and Daniel G. Tracy. “Addressing Copyright and IP Concerns when using Text Collections as Data.” Pre-conference on Shaping Humanities Data: Use, Reuse, and Paths Toward Computationally Amenable Cultural Heritage Collections. Digital Humanities 2017, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 7, 2017.
  • Swatscheno, Janet, Harriett Green, and Chris Maden. “A DIY Sandbox: Hosted Publishing Services in the University of Illinois Library.” PKP 2017 International Scholarly Publishing Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 4, 2017.
  • Teper, Thomas H., Esra Coskun, Joe Lenkart, and Mara Thacker.“Embedding Resource Sharing Evidence in Cooperative Collection Development.” 9th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 20, 2017.
  • —.“Connecting Resource Sharing with Cooperative Collection Development Partnerships.” 9th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Measures in Libraries, Limerick, Ireland, May 24, 2017.
  • Teper, Thomas H. “Snapshots from Our Safari: Forging a Path Forward with the Safari eBook Package at One Institution” 9th International Evidenced Based Library and Information Practice Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 19 2017.
  • —.“The State of the Library’s Collections Budget” Mortenson Center for International Librarianship, Urbana, Illinois, June 16, 2017.
  • Tracy, Daniel G., and Elizabeth Massa Hoiem. “Access to DH Pedagogy as the Norm: Introducing Students to DH Methods Across the Curriculum and at a Distance.” Digital Humanities 2017, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 9, 2017.
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