2015 ELD/ASEE Annual Conference



2015 ELD Program

Time Sunday, June 14 Monday, June 15 Tuesday, June 16 Wednesday, June 17
7:00 – 8:30 a.m. ELD Unconference
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Location: Seattle Public Library, Central Library, 1000 4th Ave., Seattle
[map]Detailed agenda

Notes from:
Copyright and Embargo Issues – an Unconference Discussion

[M121] ELD Executive Committee Meeting

Location: Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Everett Room, Main Building, 3rd floor

[T121A] Delivering Value in Publishing and Scholarship

Location: Sheraton Seattle, Grand Ballroom B

Moderator: Bernadette Ewen

A Different View: An Inquiry into Visualization of Bibliometric Data, Daniela Solomon (Case Western Reserve University);
A Local and Multi-Institutional Study of Open Access Engineering Publishing, David E Hubbard (Texas A&M University);
Minding the Gaps: Comparing Engineering Research Output and Library Holdings at Four Large Universities, Amber Saundry (University of British Columbia, Vancouver) with Michelle Spence (University of Toronto), Tara Mawhinney (McGill University), Sarah Jane Dooley (Dalhousie University), Eugene Barsky (University of British Columbia, Vancouver);
Using a Former Governor’s Archives as a Source of Scholarship in Engineering Technology,Andrew Rose (University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown)

Breakfast included:
Scrambled eggs, potatoes, bagels and cream cheese, oatmeal, pastries, fruit.

Sponsored by: SAE (Booth #616)

[W121] Reimagining Engineering Information Literacy: Novel Perspectives on Integration, Assessment, Competencies & Information Use

Location: Sheraton Seattle, Grand Ballroom A 

Moderator: Greg Tourino

Badging Your Way to Information Literacy, Michael Fosmire (Purdue University, West Lafayette) with Amy S. Van Epps (Purdue University, West Lafayette), Nastasha E Johnson (Purdue University, West Lafayette);
Information Use by Undergraduate STEM Teams Engaged in Global Project-Based Learning, Laura Robinson Hanlan (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) with Evelyn M Riley (Worcester Polytechnic Institute);
Integration of Information Literacy Skills to Mechanical Engineering Capstone Projects, Mary L. Strife (West Virginia University) with Farshid Zabihian (West Virginia University Institute of Technology), Marian G. Armour-Gemmen (West Virginia University);
Using Direct Information Literacy Assessment to Improve Mechanical Engineering Student Learning – A Report on Rubric Analysis of Student Research Assignments, Margaret Phillips (Saginaw Valley State University) with Sarah Lucchesi (Michigan Technological University), Jennifer Sams (Michigan Technological University), Paul J. van Susante (Michigan Technological University)

Breakfast included:
Bagels and cream cheese, oatmeal, pastries,greek yogurt, fruit.

Sponsored by: ProQuest (not exhibiting)

8:45 – 10:15 am [M204] ASEE Main Plenary I 

Location: WSCC, Ballroom 6 ABC

[T221] ELD Business Meeting

Location: Sheraton Seattle, Grand Ballroom A

Moderator: Megan Sapp Nelson

[W221] In-House Marketing of Library Services and Leveraging Vendor Resources

Location: Sheraton Seattle, Grand Ballroom A

Moderator: George Plosker, IEEE


Julia Gelfand, University of California, Irvine,
Jay Bhatt, Drexel University,
Ryan Bailey, Elsevier, George Plosker, IEEE

10:30 am –
12:00 pm
  [M359C] Focus on Exhibits: Brunch and NSF Poster Session

Location: WSCC Exhibit Hall

[T357] ASEE Main Plenary II – Best Paper Award Recognition & CMC Industry Speaker

Location: WSCC, Ballroom 6 ABC

[W316], [W333], [W351],[W357A], [W363], [W371], [W371A] Best PIC & Best Zone Paper Presentations, Distinguished Lectures,
(6 concurrent)Location: WSCC, check for room number
12:30 – 2:00 pm [M421] Welcome Session and Lightning Talks

Location: Sheraton Seattle, Grand Ballroom A

Moderator: Kari Kozak

Lightning Talks: Lightning Talks Handout 2015

Lightning Talks: All slides 

“ACRL STS, ACRL EBSS and ASEE ELD Scholarly Communication Survey Result Highlights”, Mel DeSart, University of Washington; “Data Mining – A Case Study for Library Applications”,        Charlotte Erdmann, Purdue University; “Entrepreneurship & Engineering: Opportunities for Courses, Programming, Resource Integration”, Julia Gelfand,University of California, Irvine; “Creating a Library Orientation Game for Freshmen”, Kelly Giles, James Madison University; “Untitled”, David Hajdik, Tennessee Technological  University; “LibAnalytics – There’s More to Springshare Than LibGuides”, Deborah Kegel, University of California San Diego; “High Tech Cheating”, Linette Koren, Rochester Institute of Technology; “Reduce – Reuse – Recycle for Better Emails to Faculty”, Ibironke Lawal, Virginia Commonwealth University and Julie Arendt, Virginia Commonwealth University; “Reaching Out to Engineering Students via IP Events”, Lisha Li, Georgia Tech University; “BorrowDirect Engineering E-book PDA Pilot”, Doug McGee, University of Pennsylvania; “Applying Usability Testing Methods for a Better Online Experience”, Lisa Ngo, University of California – Berkeley; “Search Widgets Available for Engineering Village”, Steve Petric, Director of Product Management for Engineering Village; “Welcoming New Faculty: Outreach with Office Visits”, Jill Powell, Cornell University; “Assessment of Undergraduate Data Information Literacy Skills”, Megan Sapp Nelson, Purdue University and Nastasha Johnston, Purdue University; “Art of STEM: Successful Outreach Initiative”, Daniela Solomon, Case Western University; “Doggone Fun at Engineering & Computer Science Library”, Michelle Spence, University of Toronto; “(Overly) Preparing for ABET – My First Experience with Accreditation”, Melanie A. Sturgeon, Duke University; “Collaboration or Partnership: The Math Emporium Experience at NCA&TSU”, John C. Teleha, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University; “Why Engineering Librarians Need to Master Data Visualization Tools”, Karen Vagts, Tufts University; “Please Don’t Close My Library”, Tom Volkening, Michigan State University; “The Case of the Missing Voting Box: or How I Learned to Love Engineers Week and Created an Activity that Students Truly Love: Legos”, Patricia Watkins, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University; “Librarian as Engineer: Being a 3D Printing Mentor”, Jenny Wong-Welch, San Diego State University.

Lunch included:
Caesar salad, Chicken Marsala, mashed potatoes, roasted vegetables, cream puffs, and cheesecake.

Sponsored by: IET (Booth #719) and IOPP (not exhibiting)

[T406] Exhibit Hall Lunch & Divison Poster Sessions 
(no ELD posters)Location: WSCC, Exhibit Hall 4, ABC
[W421] Makerspaces in the Library: Using 3D printers, Laser Cutters and Kits to Enhance Learning

Location: WSCC, Room 604

Moderator: Brianna Buljung

“If You Build It Will They Come?: Building a FabLab in the University of Texas @ Arlington Libraries and Building Faculty Partnerships for Its Use”, Sylvia Carolyn George-Williams (Southern Methodist University);
3D Printing for Middle School Outreach: A collaboration between the science library and the Society of Women Engineers, Amy G. Buhler (University of Florida) with Sara Gonzalez (University of Florida), Denise Beaubien Bennett (University of Florida), Erin Rochelle Winick (Society of Women Engineers);
Lending a Hand: Supporting the Maker Movement in Academic Libraries, Brian Huang (Sparkfun Electronics) with Adam Rogers (North Carolina State University Libraries), Ben Leduc-Mills (SparkFun Electronics, Inc.), Brendan O’Connell (Smith College Libraries)

Boxed lunch included: 
Ham, beef, turkey, and veggie sandwiches.

Sponsored by: ASME (Booth #234)

2:15 – 3:45 pm [M521] Fifty Shades of Grey Literature

Location: Sheraton Seattle, Grand Ballroom D

Moderator: James Van Fleet

If the Engineering Literature Fits, Use It! Student Application of Grey Literature and Engineering Standards, Chelsea Leachman (Washington State University) and Jacob William Leachman (School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Washington State University);
Patent “Sightings”: A Comparative Analysis of Patent Citation Search Tools Using Case Studies from the Engineering Literature, Michael J White (Queen’s University);
What’s Standard? Industry Application versus University Education of Engineering StandardsChelsea Leachman (Washington State University) and Charles Pezeshki (Washington State University)

Sponsored by: ICE (Booth #645)

[T521] The Human Element of Librarianship

Location: WSCC, Room 602

Moderator: Alice Trussell

Analyzing Data Management Plans: Where Librarians Can Make a Difference, Sara M. Samuel (University of Michigan) with Paul F. Grochowski (University of Michigan), Leena N Lalwani (University of Michigan), Jake Carlson (University of Michigan Library);
Librarians: The next generation. Mentorship at the University of Toronto, Angela Henshilwood (University of Toronto) with Cristina Sewerin (University of Toronto), Michelle Spence (University of Toronto), Tracy Zahradnik (University of Toronto);
Survey of Library Services at Engineering News Record Top 500 Design Firms: What has changed since 2004?, John B. Napp (University of Toledo);
What Engineers Want: Lessons Learned from Five Years of Studying Engineering Library Users, Bertha P Chang (North Carolina State University) with Honora N. Eskridge (North Carolina State University)

Sponsored by: ASME (Booth #234)

[W521] ELD Extended Executive Committee Meeting

Location: WSCC, Room 208

Moderator: Anne Rauh



4:00-5:30 pm [U657] ASEE Division Mixer, 4:15 – 5:45 pm

Location: Washington State Convention Center (WSCC), Ballroom 6 ABC

Complimentary for all attendees

[M559B] Focus on Exhibits: Summertime Social, 3:45 – 4:45 pm

Location: WSCC Exhibit Hall

 [T621]Digitization of Engineering Content Panel

Location: WSCC, Room 604

Moderator: Sarah Lester

All presentations [PDF]

Panelists: Kristin Buxton, California Institute of Technology, Sarah Lester, Stanford University, Douglas McGee, University of Pennsylvania, Melanie Anne Sturgeon, Duke University

Sponsored by:
 Begell House (Booth #724)

6:00-10:30 pm [U759A] Focus on Exhibits: Welcome Reception, 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Location: WSCC, Exhibit Hall 4 ABC

ELD Dessert Reception
7:30 pm

Location: W Hotel, The Living Room (lobby area), 1112 4th Avenue, Seattle

Sponsored by: SPIE (Booth #647)

[M721] ELD Welcome
ception, 6:30 -8:30 pmLocation:Brotman Forum at Seattle Art Museum, 1300 First Ave, Seattle
[map]Organizer: Jan FransenHeavy appetizers will be servedNetworking After-Party, 8:30-10:30 pmLocation: Pike Pub & Brewery, 1415 First Ave., Seattle
[map]Both events sponsored by: IEEE (Booth #517)
[T721] ELD Annual Banquet, 6:30 pm Appetizer Social, 7:00 pm Dinner seating

Location: Blueacre Seafood, 1700 7th Ave., Seattle

Organizer: Jon Jeffryes

Sponsored by: Elsevier (Booth #434)


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ELD Unconference

Date: Sunday, June 14th
Location: Seattle Public Library, Central Library

1000 Fourth Ave.
Seattle, WA 98104


A brief history of ELD, Michael White, Queen’s University

9:00 am – 9:30 am          Coffee and networking, sponsored by SPIE

9:30 am – 10:00 am        Welcome and agenda setting

10:00 am – 12:00 pm      Unconference sessions, bring your ideas

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm        Lunch and library tours

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm          ASEE / ELD relations discussion (ELD members only)

(Join us for any part of the day that your schedule allows.)

Notes from:
Copyright and Embargo Issues – an Unconference Discussion


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2015 Travel Stipend Winners

Beth Brin $250 Morgan & Claypool Random Drawing
Annie Rauh $250 Morgan & Claypool Random Drawing
Sylvia George-Williams $500 Morgan & Claypool
John Teleha $500 Morgan & Claypool

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2015 Sponsors

ELD thanks all its generous sponsors for their support during the 2015 Annual Conference and throughout the year.

For questions regarding future sponsorship of ELD activites and programming, contact contact Amy Buhler, Development Committee Chair at: abuhler(at)ufl.edu



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