2020 Annual Conference

Upcoming Conference: 2020 ASEE Virtual Conference  June 22 – 26, 2020


2020 ELD Program

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Time (EDT) Monday,
June 22
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10:20am-10:40am [M221] Technical  Session 1: Information Literacy in First-Year Courses and Co-Curricular Experiences

Time: 10:20-10:40am

Location: Online

Moderators: Julie Arendt (Virginia Commonwealth University) and Ken Carriveau (Baylor University)

Promoting Engineering Research Early – A Case Study of Research Question Formulation in a First-Year Engineering Course [view paper]. Joanne Dera , Ashish D Borgaonkar, Davida Scharf, and Jaskirat Sodhi (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

A First Year Engineering Information Literacy Workshop to Increase Student Awareness of Research Databases [view paper]. Evie Cordell , Alissa P Link Cilfone, Susan F Freeman, Richard Whalen, and Brooke Davis Williams(Northeastern University)

Work in Progress: Using a Second Intervention to Continue Improving Information Literacy Outcomes in a First Year Design Class [view paper]. Brianna B Buljung and Leslie Light (Colorado School of Mines)

Resilience Within and Resilience Without: Mindfulness and Sustainability Programming Using an Embedded Engineering Librarian Approach [view paper]. Catherine Woodworth Wong and Cynthia Helen Carlson (Merrimack College)

Designing and Evaluating Co-Curricular Information Literacy Sessions for Undergraduate Engineering Researchers [view paper]. Shelby J Hallman and Bertha P Chang (North Carolina State University)

[T221] Technical Session 3: Engineering Librarian Collaborations in the Library, On-Campus, and Beyond

Time: 10:20-10:40am

Location: Online

Moderators: Sarah Over (University of Maryland) and Margaret Phillips (Purdue University)

Hey, You Got Business in My Engineering! : Collaborating to Support Entrepreneurship Research [view paper]. Kelly Giles  and Elizabeth Price (James Madison University)

Innovation for the Engaged Librarian [view paper]. Marian G. Armour-Gemmen (West Virginia University)

No Library, No Problem: Engineering Solutions to Library Challenges [view paper]. Cari Lyle (University of Southern California)

Using Visual Ethnography for Space Studies [view paper]. Pauline Melgoza (Texas A&M University), Tina M Budzise-Weaver (Texas A&M University Libraries), Sarel Lavy (Texas A&M University), and  Tiyamike Kunje (Affiliation Unknown)

If you build it, they will come: A case-study of how FSU Libraries grew engineering services through targeted rebranding and outreach for a multi-institution college of engineering [view paper]. Denise Amanda Wetzel  and Kelly Grove (Florida A&M University/Florida State University)

[W221] Technical Session 4: Professional Issues and Opportunities for Engineering Librarians

Time: 10:20-10:40am

Location: Online

Moderators: Emily Hart (Syracuse University) and Marcus Spann (Louisiana State University)

ETAC ABET accreditation and information literacy: A Case Study of Mechanical Engineering Technology [view paper]. Michael Fosmire (Purdue University)

Assessing an Assessment: A Case Study of the NSSE ‘Experiences with Information Literacy’ Module [view paper]. Debbie Morrow (Grand Valley State University)

Recent changes to the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam and ways engineering libraries can support students [view paper].  Jean L Bossart P.E. (University of Florida)

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Teaching Practices among Engineering Librarians [view paper]. Sarah E Lester (California Polytechnic State University)

An Examination of Systematic Reviews in the Engineering Literature [view paper]. Alison Henry and Lauren Stieglitz (University of Alberta)

10:40am-11:00am       [R321] Technical Session 6: Opening Up: Data, Open Access, and Open Educational Resources

Time: 10:40-11:00am

Location: Online

Moderators: Anne Graham (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) and Anna Sackmann (University of California, Berkeley)

Open Mines: Launching a Mini-Grant Program to Incentivize Open Educational Resource Development for STEM Disciplines [view paper].
Emily A Bongiovanni and Brianna B Buljung (Colorado School of Mines)
Library Facilitation of eTextbooks in Engineering Classes: Student Adoption & Perception [view paper]. Leena N Lalwani ,  Paul F. Grochowski, Jamie M. Niehof,  and Craig E Smith (University of Michigan)

The Case for Data Sharing Policies and FAIR Sharing Principles: Analyzing Journals and Articles of Engineering and Medical Faculty [view paper]. Chris Wiley (University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign)

Research data practices of aerospace engineering faculty: A qualitative study [view paper]. Fred Rascoe and Lisha Li (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Publishing Behavior of Engineering Faculty [view paper]. Chelsea Leachman (Washington State University) and Ms. Talea Anderson (Affiliation Unknown)

11:40am-12:00pm [M321] Technical Session 2: Improving and Understanding Engineering Collections and Publication

Time: 11:40am-12:00pm

Location: Online

Moderators: Aman Kaur (University of Pennsylvania) and Mike White (Queens University)

Collecting and selecting: A tale of training and mentorship [view paper]. Angela Henshilwood, Cristina Sewerin, Michelle Spence, Mindy Thuna, and Tracy Zahradnik (University of Toronto)

Getting Tired of Massive Journal Usage Statistics: A Case Study on Engineering Journal Usage Analysis Using K-Means Clustering [view paper]. Qianjin Zhang (University of Iowa)

Improving access to standards [view paper].  Susan B. Wainscott  and Richard J Zwiercan (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)

Using Citation Analysis as a Collections Management Tool [view paper]. Paul McMonigle (Pennsylvania State University)

Inter-University Bibliometric Comparison of Research Output within Engineering Departments: A Small-Scale Case Study at the University of Central Florida and the University of Miami [view paper]. James Sobczak (University of Miami) and Buenaventura Basco (University of Central Florida)

  [W321] Technical Session 5: Assessing, Expanding, and Innovating Information Literacy

Time: 11:40am-12:00pm

Location: Online

Moderators: Angela Henshilwood (University of Toronto) and Lisa Ngo (University of California, Berkeley)

Extending the Role of the Library and Librarian: Integrating Alternative Information Literacy into the Engineering Curriculum [view paper]. Erin Rowley, Lauren Kuryloski, and Kristen Moore (University at Buffalo)

Using a faceted taxonomy to investigate student selection of information sources in an engineering lab course [view paper]. Amber Janssen and William W Tsai (California State University Maritime Academy)

Assessment of Consultations for an Industrial Distribution Writing Intensive Course [view paper]. Pauline Melgoza, Ashlynn Kogut, and Michael Ryan Golla (Texas A&M University)

Lifelong Learning in an Engineering Communication Course [view paper]. S. Norma Godavari and Anne E. Parker (University of Manitoba)

Credited information literacy training sessions for graduate students, still relevant after 18 years: A case study [view paper]. Elise Anne Basque, Christine Brodeur, Manon Du Ruisseau,  Jimmy Roberge, Arina Soare, and Marie Tremblay (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal)

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1:00pm-2:00pm [M421] Panel Session:
ELD Lightning Talks 1 
Time: 1:00-2:00pmLocation: OnlineModerator: Sylvia Jones (Southern Methodist University) and Michelle Spence (University of Toronto)

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[T421] Panel Session: Metrics and Measuring Research Impact: What Engineering Librarians Really Need to Know

Time: 1:00-2:00pm

Location: Online

Moderator: Daniela Solomon (Case Western Reserve University) and Bill Bowman (Florida Institute of Technology) 

Panelist: Sylvia Jones (Southern Methodist University) and Tom Volkening (Michigan State University)

[W421] Panel Session:
ELD Lightning Talks 2
Time: 1:00-2:00pmLocation: OnlineModerator: Michelle Spence (University of Toronto) and Sylvia Jones (Southern Methodist University)

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3:30pm-4:00pm   [T521] ELD Roundtable Discussions

Time: 3:30-4:30pm

Moderators: Amy Van Epps (Harvard University) and Bruce Neville (Texas A&M University)

[W521] Engineering Libraries Division Annual Business Meeting

Time: 3:30-4:30pm

Location: Online

4:00pm-4:30pm [R621] Annual Extended Executive Committee Meeting

Time: 4:00-5:00pm

Location: Online

4:30-5:30pm [U660] ASEE Division Mixer

Time: 4:30-5:30pm

Location: Online






Time: 7:00 pm

Location: Online



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2020 ELD Call for Papers

The Engineering Libraries Division (ELD) of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) is seeking abstracts for consideration for presentation at the 2020 Annual Conference & Exposition in Montréal, Québec, Canada, June 20th to June 24th.

ELD accepts abstracts for full-length presentations and posters and welcomes abstracts from or joint presentations with members of other divisions. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Assessment
• Collaboration
• Collection Development
• Diversity & Inclusion
• Instruction
• Scholarly Communication
• Technology in Engineering Librarianship
• Marketing and Outreach Activities

Papers on diversity are also always welcome; to qualify for the Society’s Best Diversity Paper, diversity and inclusion must be the focus of the paper.

Suggestions/proposals for “Special Sessions”, e.g., panel discussions, workshops, and cross-divisional sessions are welcome. A proposal for a special session should include:
• Description of the intended audience
• Summary of the ideas to be explored and discussed
• Outline of the session format, including strategies to engage those attending
• Vision for the type of individuals who would present
• Expected outcomes for the session

All paper submissions are publish-to-present. Papers submitted to technical sessions are peer reviewed through the Engineering Libraries Division review process, and those accepted will appear in ASEE Proceedings. ASEE Author Kit: Please make sure to follow the abstract and paper submission guidelines, available at the Society website: https://www.asee.org/annual-conference/2020/paper-management/for-authors. The first step in proposing a paper is to submit an abstract (250-500 words) for approval into the ASEE paper management system between Tuesday, September 3rd and Monday October 14th.

• Abstract Submission Opens: September 3, 2019
• Abstract Submission Closes: October 14, 2019
• Notification on Acceptance/Rejection of Abstracts: November 4, 2019

For questions regarding paper submission and review, and also suggestions for panels, workshops, or other non-traditional sessions or interdivisional sessions, please contact the 2020 ELD Program Chair, David E. Hubbard, at hubbardd@library.tamu.edu.

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