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This guide features presentations and publications by librarians and staff of the UW Bothell & Cascadia College Campus Library.

2018 Publications

Charleston Voices

Anderson, S. & Parker, S. (2018).  "A Tale of Two Textbook Programs: Seeking a Sustainable Model for Textbook Access in Academic Libraries." In Meyer, L. (Ed.), Charleston Voices: Perspectives from the 2017 Conference. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/mpub.11281794

 

 

Chen, S., Thoulag, J, & Waddell, M. (2018). Sustainability and diversity in library exhibits for outreach and marketing. Journal of Access Services. doi: 10.1080/15367967.2018.153779

 

Deibel, K., Fox, V., Gustavsen, N., McElroy, K., Phillips, A., & Pho, A. (Eds.). (2018, February). Reserve & Renew: The LIS Mental Health Zine (1).

 

Dimmit, L. (2018).  "Economics, Morality, and Artistic Rights." In Watkins, A., Madden, B., Provo, A., Reay, D., & Simon, A. (Eds.), Fair Use in the Visual Arts: Lesson Plans for Librarians (64-74). Art Libraries Society of North America. 

 

book cover for The intersection: Where evidence based nursing and information literacy meet

Phelps, S., Hyde, L., & Planchon Wolf, J. (Eds.). (2018). The intersection: Where evidence based nursing and information literacy meet. Cambridge, MA: Chandos Publishing.

 

Shayne, J., Hattwig, D., Ellenwood, D., and Hiner, T. (2018). Creating Counter Archives: The University of Washington Bothell’s Feminist Community Archive of Washington ProjectFeminist Teacher. 27(1), 47-65.

2018 Presentations

Banerjee, D., Belanger, J., Casey, C., Hornby, A., Hurst, L., & Nakano-Baker, A.(2018, December). “Librarian Teaching and Learning Assessment by Design! (Thinking).” Poster session presented at the Library Assessment Conference, Houston, TX.

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Berger, A., Gustavsen, N., Wood, P. (2018, June). "Calling on Community: Using Co-Mentoring to Improve Critical Data Literacy Instruction in STEM Library Workshops." Poster presented at AAAS: Pacific Division 2018 Annual Meeting, Cal Poly Pomona, CA.

Cyre, H. & Smith, N. (2018, September). You deserve the truth: helping students understand the causes and consequences of fake news. Presented at the Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.

Cyre, H. (2018, May). Increasing inclusion with #IllGoWithYou when gender-neutral restrooms are not available. Poster presentation at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Dimmit, L., Moore, I., and Saylor, K.: “How Do We Planet? Integrating Information Literacy into the Creative Process.” LOEX 2018, Houston, TX.

Garrard, T., Maxwell, C. & Nesvig, C. (2018). Learning with International Students: (Annual) Conversations with Campus Library Staff. Poster presented at ACRL-OR/WA Joint Fall Conference, Menucha, OR.

Garber-Pearson, R. & Nesvig, C. (2018, April). Disrupting the LMS: Critical approaches to online learning. Workshop presented at Distance Learning Services Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Forrey, M., Horman, S., & Martinez, J. (2018, March). Whole Person Librarianship: Connecting Students to Free Resources through Technology. Presented at the Online Northwest Conference, Portland State University.

Lam, N., McKinney, M., & Aiko Moore, A. (2018, September). It takes a village: Spectrum advisory committee creating and fostering community for Spectrum alumni. Presented at JCLC 2018, Albuquerque, NM.

JCLC 2018 presenters

Nesvig, C. (2018, July). Possibilitarian Approaches to Information Literacy in the LMS. Lightning talk presented at Library Instruction West Conference, Grand Junction, CO.

Mungin, M. & Shorish, Y. (2018, September) “Digital Surveillance and Instruction: Incorporating privacy and data ethics into instruction and outreach sessions” Presented at The Joint Conference of Librarians of Color (JCLC), Albuquerque, NM.

Deutschler, A., Belanger, J., Mungin, M., Ray, L. (2018, December).Let’s Never Do This Again: How a Large-scale Project Led Us to Re-think Chat Reference Assessment at University of Washington Libraries. Presented at the 2018 Library Assessment Conference, Dallas, TX.