Category Archives: Presentations

Here’s What Jenny Emanuel Has To Say!

Jenny Emanuel is presenting her paper, “Librarians in the Digital Age: Impact of Internet Adoption on Search Habits,” in session 2C. You can view her abstract here. 1.  What do you hope people gain from your presentation and/or panel? I … Continue reading

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A Note from Henry Pisciotta

Henry Piscotta is presenting in sessions 2E and 8A. You can find the abstract for his University Press Talk here and for his Big Picture talk here. Please see his remarks below. Hi.  I’m Henry Pisciotta, Arts and Architecture Librarian at … Continue reading

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What Stoltz, Czarnecki, and Wilson Have to Say to You…

Dorothy Stoltz, Elaine Czarnecki, and Connie Wilson will present their paper, “Emergent Literacy Training Assessment Project (ELTAP)” in session 3E. You can read their abstract here. 1) What do you hope people gain from your presentation and/or panel? Everyone has … Continue reading

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Melissa Gross and Don Latham Are Talking About….

Melissa Gross and Don Latham will present their paper, “First Year College Students and Information: A Phenomenographic Investigation” in session 5A. 1) What do you hope people gain from your presentation and/or panel? My co-presenter Don Latham and I are very … Continue reading

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Presenting Heather Willever-Farr

Heather Willever-Farr is presenting her paper, “Information Sharing in On-line Genealogy Forums” in session 6A. You can view the abstract of her presentation here. 1) What do you hope people gain from your presentation and/or panel? I hope they gain … Continue reading

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Radford, Lingel and Radford – Presenters Extraordinaires

Marie L. Radford, Jessica Lingel, and Gary P. Radford will present their paper, “Alternative libraries as heterotopias: Challenging conventional constructs,” in session 7A. You can view their abstract here. 1) What do you hope people gain from your presentation and/or … Continue reading

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A Word from Lynn Westbrook

Lynn Westbrook’s paper, “Research with Vulnerable Populations: Ethical Concerns in Information Studies,” will be presented in session 5D. You can view the abstract of her paper here. 1) What do you hope people gain from your presentation and/or panel? The … Continue reading

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