2011 ELD/ASEE Annual Conference



2011 ELD Program

Time Sunday, June 26 Monday, June 27 Tuesday, June 28 Wednesday, June 29
7:00 – 8:30 a.m.  (M130) Evolving Engineering Libraries: Services, Spaces and Collections
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, 122)Moderator: David E. Hubbard (Texas A&M)Sponsor: IOPP1. Connecting with data: First steps toward an emerging area of library service – Megan R Sapp Nelson (Purdue University)

2. Dark, Dim and Daring – Jody T Hoesly with Anne C Glorioso (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

3. A Library Instead of a Lab: Forging a space partnership in a new building – Jeff McAdams (University of Texas, San Antonio)

4. Informing Collection Development through Citation Examination of the Civil Engineering Research Literature [pdf] – [.ppt] Scott A. Curtis (University of Missouri – Kansas City)

5. Gaining Intellectual Control Over Technical Reports and Grey Literature Collections – Adriana Popescu (Princeton University)

 (T130) Information Literacy Programs for First Year Engineering Students
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, East Building, 2)Moderator: Tara Mawhinney (McGill University)Sponsor: Inspec/IET and ProQuest1. Lifelong learning and information literacy skills and the first year engineering undergraduate: Report of a self-assessment – Meagan C Ross with Michael Fosmire, Ruth Wertz, Monica E Cardella, and Senay Purzer (Purdue University, West Lafayette)

2. The Research Studio: Integrating Information Literacy Into a First Year Engineering Science Course – Christa Michelle Baratta with Alan Chong and Jason A. Foster (University of Toronto)

3. Embedded Assessment of Library Learning Outcomes in a Freshman Engineering Course – Larry Schmidt with Melissa Bowles-Terry (University of Wyoming)

 Vendor Breakfast

(Vancouver International Conference Centre, East Building, 10)

 Begell House

8:45 – 10:15 am (M204A) Main Plenary I
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, West Ballroom CD)
2. Dark, Dim and Daring – Jody T Hoesly with Anne C Glorioso (University of Wisconsin, Madison)3. A Library Instead of a Lab: Forging a space partnership in a new building – Jeff McAdams (University of Texas, San Antonio)4. Informing Collection Development through Citation Examination of the Civil Engineering Research Literature [pdf] – [.ppt] Scott A. Curtis (University of Missouri – Kansas City)5. Gaining Intellectual Control Over Technical Reports and Grey Literature Collections – Adriana Popescu (Princeton University)
No ELD session (W230) Information Literacy: Preparing Students for the Real World
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, East Building, 10)Moderator: Jeff McAdams (University of Texas, San Antonio)Sponsor: Begell House1. Welcome to the Real World: Showing the Value of Information Literacy Beyond the Classroom – John B. Napp (The University of Toledo)

2. What information sources do engineering students use to address authentic sociotechnical problems? – Eugene Barsky with Annette Y Berndt, Aleteia Greenwood, and Carla S Paterson (University of British Columbia)

3. Gauging Workplace Readiness: Information Behavior and Preparedness of Engineering Students in Cooperative Education Programs – Jon N. Jeffryes (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)

4. It’s a wrap: a real-life engineering case study as the focus of an online library tutorial – Patricia D Hulse with Dahlia Dantang Han, Emil Igor Melnichenko, and Susan Brookes (University of Auckland)

10:30 am  -12:00 pm   Focus on the Exhibits Brunch & NSF Poster Session
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, Exhibit Hall C)
Distinguished Lectures Distinguished Lectures
12:30 – 2:00 pm (M430) Complete Set of all ELD Lightning Talks [.pptx] and Handout 
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, East Building, 8) Moderator: Anne Rauh, (University of Wisconsin)Sponsors: Knovel, Morgan & Claypool and PPI1. Health, Engineering, & Business Reference Cross-Training – Paul Grochowski (Univ of Michigan)

2. The Library and LIME (the Laboratory for Innovative Media Explorations) – Caroline Smith (Univ of Nevada, Las Vegas)

3. To Keep or Not to Keep: What to do with the print Engineering Index – Tom Volkening (Michigan State)

4. Open mining reclamation information to the world – Eugene Barsky (UBC)

5. Participating in Engineering Extracurricular Activities as a Librarian – Julia Gelfand (UC Irvine)

6. Graduate Student Information Literacy – Jay Bhatt and Peggy Dominy (Drexel Univ) and John Pell (Temple Univ)

7. Creating a workshop on Ethical Writing for Graduate Students – Amy Van Epps (Purdue Univ)

8. Embedded in an Office – David E. Hubbard (Texas A&M)

9. From Design Projects to Career Design: A Collaboration – Karen A. Vagts (Tufts)

10. Making 1-2 Minute Library “How-To” videos – [videos] Karen Andrews (UC Davis)

11. The Un-library Library Course – Tracy Primich (Vanderbilt)

12. ELNs or Electronic Laboratory Notebooks – Daureen Nesdill (Univ Utah)

13. Addressing ABET Program Outcome ‘i’: A First-Year Engineering Program and Library Instruction Initiative Collaboration – Debbie Morrow (Grand Valley State)

14. Internationalization – Najwa Hanel (Univ Southern California)

15. A Thumbnail Comparison of the Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education and the Information Literacy Standards for Science and Engineering/Technology – Martin Wallace (Univ of Maine)

16. Digital Rare Map Room – Bob Schwarzwalder (Stanford)

(T430) ELD Annual Business Meeting
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, East Building, 8)Moderator: Bob Heyer-Gray (UC Davis)Sponsor: Knovel, Morgan & Claypool and PPI
(W630) ELD Extended Executive Committee Business Meeting
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, 217)

Moderator(s): Michael White (Queen’s University) and Doug McGee (University of Pennsylvania)
2:15 – 3:45 pm (M530) Panel: NSF Funding and New Data Initiatives: Library Repositories on the Leading Edge
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, 216)

 Sarah Lester (Stanford University)Panelists: Dr. Robert Schwarzwalder, Associate University Librarian for the Science and Engineering Libraries (Stanford University); presentationAmy Stout, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Librarian, (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); presentationWilliam Mischo, Head, Grainger Engineering Library Information Center and Professor of Library Administration, (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign);

Mary C. Schlembach, Physics, Astronomy, and Engineering Librarian and Associate Professor of Library Administration, (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign):

Mischo/Schlembach presentation

 (T530) Information Literacy: Theory and Practice
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, East Building, 13) Moderator: Bruce Neville (Texas A&M)

1. Gaming Against Plagiarism: A Partnership between the Library and Faculty – Amy G. Buhler with Michelle Leonard, Margeaux Johnson and Benjamin DeVane (University of Florida)2. Finding Your Way around the Engineering Literature: Developing an Online Tutorial Series for Engineering Students – Janet Fransen (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)3. Collaborative Information Behaviour of Engineering Students in a Senior Design Group Project: a Pilot Study – Nasser Saleh (Queen’s University)

4. Keeping the Conversation Alive: Maintaining Students’ Research Skills Throughout Their College Careers – Jay J. Bhatt with Larry Milliken, Lloyd Ackert, and Eleanor J. Goldberg (Drexel University)

5. Assessment of Engineering Technology Education using a Learning Paradigm Approach – Mysore Narayanan (Miami University)
(No presentation given)

No ELD session



4:00 – 5:30 pm (M645) Town Hall Meeting: Open Forum on Fostering Interdivisional Exchange and Cooperation

Sponsors: Liberal Education, Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation, Materials, Student Constituent Committee, Engineering Ethics, Information Systems, Electrical and Computer, Mechanics, Educational Research and Methods, Systems Engineering, and Engineering Libraries (co-sponored with the Liberal Education Division)
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, 203)

4:00-5:30 pm (M630) To Boldly Go… Librarians Explore New Connections with Students and Faculty
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, 202)Moderator: Tracy L. Primich (Vanderbilt University)1. Let’s Get Students More Involved! – Qing Li (IEEE)2. Civil engineering in a time of change: the response of the Institution of Civil Engineers Library – Michael Mark Chrimes (The Institution of Civil Engineers)

3. The Value of Direct Engagement in a Classroom and a Faculty: The Liaison Librarian Model to Integrate Information Literacy – S. Norma Godavari (University of Manitoba)

4. Science and Engineering Library – Accessible to Inner-City Communities Through Science 101 – Eugene Barsky with Aleteia Greenwood (University of British Columbia)

(T630) ELD Poster Session / Focus on Exhibits Happy Hour
(Vancouver International Conference Centre, Exhibition Hall C)
(Runs until 6:00 pm) Moderator:Karen Vagts (Tufts University)1. The Hybrid Reference Desk: Changing Strategies for Changing Times – Larry A. Thompson (Virginia Tech)2. The Visualization of Database Search Results and [.doc]– James A. Van Fleet (Bucknell University)
6:00 – 9:00 pm (U704) ASEE Society Wide Picnic

Location: Vancouver International Convention Centre, West Ballroom, CD 

 (M730) ELD Welcome Reception & After-Party

Location: Reception (6:30-8:30): Steamworks Brewing Co., 375 Water Street, Vancouver

After-Party (8:30-10:30): Lamplighter Public House, 92 Water Street, Vancouver

Organizer: Adriana Popescu (Princeton University)

Sponsor: IEEE

 (T730) ELD Annual Banquet

Location: Magic Yachts Dinner Cruise, 1601 Bayshore Drive, Vancouver

The Magic Charm will be picking us up at the Harbour Green Park boat dock: boarding will be at 6pm with sailing to begin at 6:30pm.

Organizer: Amy Buhler (University of Florida)

Sponsor: Elsevier

6:30 -9:00 pm (M733) ELD Welcome Reception

Location: Zuni Grill223 Losoya Street, On the San Antonio Riverwalk

Organizer: Amy Buhler


(T733) ELD Annual Banquet

Location:Iron Cactus, 200 River Walk,
Suite 100

Organizer: Anne Rauh

Sponsor: Elsevier


 8:00 – 10:00 pm (after ASEE Picnic) ELD Dessert Reception

Location: Pan Pacific Vancouver, 300-999 Canada Place, Oceanview Suites 3 & 4


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