2009 ELD/ASEE Annual Conference



2009 ELD Program

Time Sunday, June 14 Monday, June 15 Tuesday, June 16 Wednesday, June 17
7:00 – 8:30 a.m.
8:30 – 10:15 am  Session 0241

Workshop 1

How to Improve Student Learning 

 Austin Convention Center 10B

Moderator and Presenter: Dr. Joseph Tront, Virginia Tech

Start time:
 9:00 a.m.

Session 1205

Main Plenary I 
Location: Austin Convention Center, Ballrooms D, E, F,& G.Speakers: Carl B. Mack, executive director of the National Society of Black Engineers and
Dr. Gu Binglin, president of Tsunhua University, China. The theme of their talks will be “Diversity and International Relations in Engineering.”Continental breakfast, starting at 7:45 am.
Session 2205

Main Plenary II
Engineering Education Innovation: A New Paradigm

 Austin Convention Center, Ballrooms D, E, F, & G.Speakers: Dean Leah H. Jamieson, Purdue University and Vice Provost Jack R. Lohmann, Georgia Institute of Technology.

, the exhibits open at 10 am, the committees may choose to meet, or you have some free time!
Session 3241

ELD Poster Session
Moderator:Gretchen Sneff, Temple University

Austin Convention Center, Exhibit Hall 4.

Mary Strife, West Virginia University:”Working Within the System and Listening to Users: Faculty and Students Define Library Space and Service Needs”.Sasha Gurke, Knovel Corporation: “MathCad Enabling of Engineering E-Content on Knovel.”.Larry Thompson, Virginia Tech: “NACA/NASA Document Indexing:1915-1995.”Robert Heyer-Gray, University of California Davis, Jean McKenzie and Lisa Ngo, University of California, Berkeley, Karen Andrews, University of California, Davis, and Emily Stambaugh, California Digital Library: “Assembling a “Best Copy” Archival Journal Collection: A Case Study of the University of California IEEE Project.” [paper- PDF]
10:30 am  -12:00 pm  Session 0241

Workshop 1

How to Improve Student Learning (cont.)

Session 1341

ELD Special Interest Groups/Get Acquainted Session

Austin Convention Center, 18B.

 Christine Drew, Worcester Polytechnic Institute & Amy Van Epps, Purdue University.Information Gathering Form found at:http://gemini.lib.purdue.edu/ELDgas/GASinfo.cfm – Please respond in a timely fashion.A box lunch will be provided.Many thanks to IOP for their generous sponsorship of this session.
Session 2341

Information Literacy Integration and Assessment

 Ibironke Lawal, Virginia Commonwealth University.

 Austin Convention Center, 16B.Presenters:Donna Riley and Rocco Piccinino, Smith College:”Integrating Information Literacy into a First-year Mass and Energy Balances Course.” Barbara MacAlpine and Mahbub Uddin, Trinity University: “Integrating Information Literacy across the Engineering Design Curriculum”Donna Riley, Rocco Piccinino, Mary Moriarty, and Linda Jones, Smith College:“Assessing Information Literacy in Engineering:Integrating a College-Wide Program with ABET-Driven Assessment.”Many thanks to INSPEC/IET for their generous sponsorship of this session.
Sessions 3390-3395

Distinguished Lectures

 Austin Convention Center, Ballrooms B, C, E, F, & G

 Dr. James Truchard, president and CEO, National Instruments:”Engineering the Future Engineer: A Sustainable Stimulus Package.”Dr. Anette Kolmos, UNESCO Chair in Problem Based Learning, Aalborg University:”Educating Engineers for Global Innovation:Is Problem-Based and Project-Based Learning a Strategy?”Barbara Morgan, Distinguished Educator in Residence, Boise State University:”The Sky is No Limit:  Observations and Lessons from a Teacher in Space.”Jill Tietien, author and CEO of Technically Speaking:Her Story in History Has and Will Influence Women in Engineering.”James Tice, Fellow and Life Member, ASEE and co-creator of the National Effective Teaching Institute (NETI):”Things I have Learned in Spite of Myself.”Dr. John H. Lienhard, Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering, University of Houston:”Jane Marcet: Inventing the Technical Textbook Two Centuries Ago.”

,there may time to focus on the exhibits or catching up with vendors. This time may also be used by Committee Chairs for meetings (remember, there is no regular session scheduled for meetings).

Note: there will not be lunch provided this day. Lunch is on your own.

12:30 – 2:00 pm Session 1441

From the New Engineering Librarian’s View
Moderator:Jill Dixon, State University of New York, Binghamton.Location:Austin Convention Center, 16A.

Sarah Jane Dooley, Dalhousie University:“Collaboration with Faculty:What They don’t Teach You in Library School.” 
Megan Tomeo, Colorado School of Mines:”Continuing Library Instruction Via On-line Tutorials.”Janet Fransen and Jon Jeffryes, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities:“Teaming with Possibilities:Working Together to Engage with Engineering Faculty and Students.”Many thanks to Knovel for their generous sponsorship of this session.
Session 2441

ELD Annual Business
Facilitator:Amy Van Epps, Purdue University.

 Hilton Austin Hotel, Salon EThis meeting covers a variety of important topics:new and upcoming plans for the division, an update from our PIC IV chair about the larger ASEE conversations, updates from committee chairs, and presentation of the division awards. Discussion of pending by-laws changes may seem dry, but ELD has a good time discussing a wide variety of topics.

Buffet lunch provided. 

All ELD members are invited.Many thanks to Morgan & Claypool for their generous sponsorship of this event.
Session 3441

Collaboration, A Cool Tool: Librarians/Faculty/Students Work Together for Quality Results.
Moderator:Cecilia Mullen, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Austin Convention Center, 17A

 Patsy Hulse, John St. George, and Li Wang, University of Auckland: “How Well Does Collaboration Work in Engineering Project Curriculum Design?”Dana Denick, Jameson Detweiler, Cody Ray, Andrew Cebulski, and Jay Bhatt, Drexel University:”Library-Smart House Collaboration for Information Literacy.”Adriana Popescu and Patricia Gaspari-Bridges, Princeton University:”Of Bytes and Books:Keeping It All Together and Still Calling It a Library.”Many thanks to ProQuest for their generous sponsorship of this session.
2:15 – 4:00 pm  Session 0541

Workshop 2 

Three Rules for Great Presentations 
Location:Austin Convention Center, 9C.

Nancy Linden, University of Houston 
 Lee Andrew Hilyer, University of Houston.Start time: 2:00 p.m.
Session 1541

Widgets, Add-ons, Toolbars, and Videos: Web 2.0 Tools for Searching, Managing, and Teaching about Engineering Literature and Information

Darcy Duke, MIT.

 Austin Convention Center, 6A.

 Andrew Wohrley, Auburn University: “Pimp My Browser: Next-generation Information Literacy Demands Control of the Browser”Yue (Julie) Xu, Mississippi State University: “On-line Tutorials in Engineering Libraries: Analysis and Discussion.”Michael Wilson, Ohio University: “Academic Library Internet Information Provision Model: Using Toolbars and Web 2.0 Applications to Augment Subject Reference.”Many thanks to Knovel for their generous sponsorship of this session.
Session 2541

Meeting the Needs of Engineering Faculty, Researchers, and Students.
Moderator:Pauline Melgoza, Texas A&M University.

 Austin Convention Center, 16B.

Patricia Kirkwood, University of Arkansas:”Using Engineering These and Dissertations to Inform Collection Development Decisions, Especially in Civil Engineering.”William Baer and Lisha Li, Georgia Institute of Technology: “Library and Information Use Patterns by Engineering Faculty and Students.”Charlotte Erdmann, Purdue University:”Changing Library Vendor Contracts: A Case Study in Acquiring E-books from an On-line Book Vendor.”Many thanks to INSPEC/IET for their generous sponsorship of this session.
Session 3541

Technical Papers 

 Bruce Neville, Texas A&M University

 Austin Convention Center,17A

 Meagan Sapp Nelson, Purdue University:“Marketing the Engineering Library.”
[Action Plan] [ Marketing Calendar] [ Service Mix ]Scott Curtis, Linda hall Library: “Reader’s Advisory in the Engineering Library.”[Summer Reading List]

Amy Kindschi, Anne Glorioso, and Diana Wheeler, University of Wisconsin, Madison: “Competencies for Student-Support Staff and Engineering Librarians.”Many thanks to ProQuest for their generous sponsorship of this session.
4:30 – 6:00 pm  Session 0541

Workshop 2
Three Rules for
Great Presentations(cont.)

End time:
 5:00 p.m.
Session 1676

NSF Grantees Poster Session
Location: Austin Convention Center, Exhibit Hallor

ELD Committee Meetings
(This time may also be used by Committee Chairs for meetings. Remember, there is no regular session scheduled for meetings).
 Session 2641

Data / Digitization Projects

 Robert Schwarzwalder, Stanford University.Location:Austin Convention Center, 16B.

 Nestor Osorio and Andrew Otieno, Northern Illinois University:”The National Science Digital Library as a Platform for an Engineering Education Database.”Haymwantee Singh and Richard Sweeney, New Jersey Institute of Technology:”Ask NJIT Library: A Natural-Language Knowledge Base Self-Service Solution.”Patricia Kirkwood, University of Arkansas, Michael Culbertson, Colorado State University, and Esther Crawford, Rice University: “Rounding Up the Collection: The Story of TRAIL Digital Content Collection.”Many thanks to INSPEC/IET for their generous sponsorship of this session.
 Session 3641

ELD Extended Executive Committee Meeting
Facilitator:John C. Teleha, North Carolina A & T State University.Robert Heyer-Gray, University of California, Davis.

 Austin Convention Center, 5A
6:00 – 9:00 pm Session 0705

ASEE Society Wide Picnic: A Texas BBQ

Presented by:
 National Instruments.

Off-site Location:
 Stubbs Bar-B-Q Restaurant, 801 Red River, Austin, TX.
Advanced registration-$35; on-site registration-$45.

Start at Austin Convention Center (500 East Cesar Chavez Street) Red River is the street on the east side of the Austin Convention Center. Follow this street north to 8th Street.

Arrive at:
 Stubbs Bar-B-Q Restaurant, 801 Red River.
Session 1741

ELD Welcome Reception

 Linda Whang, University of Washington.Hosts/Moderators: Susan Ardis, University of Texas, Austin and Amy Buhler, University of FloridaOff-site Location: McKinney Engineering Library, Ernest Cockrell, Jr. Hall, University of Texas, Austin.Transportation will be provided to this gathering from the convention center, and hors d’oeuvres will be provided to tide folks over until they can get more to eat.Light food and beverage provided.For more information, please contact Linda Whang at lcwhang@u.washington.edu .

Many thanks to IEEE for their generous sponsorship of this event.

Session 2741

ELD Annual Banquet

Nancy Linden, University of Houston 
John C. Teleha, North Carolina A&T State University.

Off-site Location: 
Ballroom of the Historic Driskill Hotel, 604 Brazos Street, Austin TX.http://www.driskillhotel.com/The Historic Driskill Hotel is six blocks from the Austin Convention Center. The festivities begin at 6:30 pm with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.This event is complementary for ELD members. The cost for guests is $117.00. All Banquet attendees and their guests should be registered with Nancy Linden: lindenh@uh.edu

Directions- Start at:
 Austin Convention Center (500 East Cesar Chavez Street); Head west for two blocks to Brazos Street; Turn right and head north for 2 to 4 blocks (depending on what part of the Convention Center you exited);Arrive at: The Historic Driskill Hotel, 604 Brazos Street.Many thanks to Ei/Elsevier for their generous sponsorship of this event.

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