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2020 Publications

Cyre, H. (2020). "I'll Go WIth You": Safety and wellness intiatives to support trans and gender-nonconforming academic library users. In S. Holder & A. Lannon (Eds.), Student wellness and academic libraries: Case studies and activities for promoting health and success. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Cyre, H. (2020). [Review of the book From Suffrage to the Senate, America’s Political Women: An Encyclopedia of Leaders, Causes, and Issues]. Against the Grain 32(3), 30-32. https://against-the-grain.com/2020/07/v323-readers-roundup-monographic-musings-reference-reviews/

Hurst, L., Leadley, S., and Rowland, D. (2020). Scaffolded curriculum supported by a community of practice, In Carolyn Gardner,  Elizabeth Galoozis, and Rebecca Halpern (Eds.) Hidden Architectures of Information Literacy Programs: Structures, Practices, and Contexts. Chicago, IL: ALA Editions.

McGowan, B., Cantwell, L., Conklin, J., Raszewski, R., Planchon Wolf, J., Slebodnik, S., McCarthy, S., & Johnson, S. (2020). Evaluating Nursing Faculty's Approach to Information Literacy Instruction:  A Multi-Institutional StudyJournal of the Medical Library Association, 108(3). Data from the nursing faculty survey. Winner of the 2021 MLA: Ida and George Eliot Prize.

2020 Presentations

Nesvig, C. (2020, July). #researchspeeddate: Think/Pair/Share for Online & Hybrid Courses. Lightning talk presented online at Big Little Learning: Lightning Talks and Poster Presentations, hosted by ACRL Oregon.

Berger, A., Dimmit Smyth, L., Hattwig, D., Rowland, D., Wood, P. “Open student work with a safety net: student knowledge production and student rights in open environments.” [Webcast.] ACRL-Oregon Summer Online Programming 2020.

Dimmit Smyth, L., Anderson, K., and Monheim, A. “Reading Between the Lines: What Librarians Can Learn from Students’ Reflective Essays.” Supporting Undergraduate Research Conference 2020, Portland, OR. Presentation accepted, but conference cancelled due to COVID-19.