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Event College Science Librarians Discussion Group Meeting Agenda

by Stephanie Pierce on Wed, Jun 7, 2017 at 10:22 am

ALA Annual 2017 College Science Librarians Discussion Group Agenda
Saturday June 24, 2017
10:30 am – 11:30 am, Hilton Chicago, Conference Room 4D

 

  1. Welcome & Introductions
  2. Call for Open Forum Discussion Topics
  3. Future Plans (topics for future meetings) 

Online Doc College Science Librarians Discussion Group PPT/Notes from 6/27/15 session

by Barbara Harvey on Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 09:16 am

Attached are the PPT slides/notes from this year's session. Many suggestions for instructional technology (some OA, some fee-based).

Event College Science Librarians Discussion Group (ACRL STS)

by Barbara Harvey on Fri, May 22, 2015 at 08:59 am

Instructional Technology: How’s That Working For You?


Many smaller academic libraries cannot afford commercial instructional technology (SMART Boards, clickers, LibGuides, etc.). Has your library found functional alternatives? Perhaps your library has found ways to employ commercial products for more than one purpose?

Please come and share your experiences with all aspects of instructional technology, though particular focus will be on open source/free technologies. We’ll discuss our successes and challenges with instructional technology!

Instructional Technology: How’s That Working For You?


Many smaller academic libraries cannot afford commercial instructional technology (SMART Boards, clickers, LibGuides, etc.). Has your library found functional alternatives? Perhaps your library has found ways to employ commercial products for more than one purpose?

Please come and share your experiences with all aspects of instructional technology, though particular focus will be on open source/free technologies. We’ll discuss our successes and challenges with instructional technology!

Location: Hilton Golden Gate 1

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Event College Science Librarians Discussion Group (ACRL STS)

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 07:37 pm

Forum for discussion of issues of concern to college science librarians.

More information about this conference session

Event College Science Librarians Discussion Group (ACRL STS)

by Barbara Harvey on Tue, May 20, 2014 at 10:25 am

"The Skinny on Librarian Data Services"

 What is the role of a science subject librarian with regard to data? Does your library curate and preserve data? Do you provide data reference services? Know of any open-access data sets? Please come and share your ideas about data and the library!

Where: LVH-Pavilion 09

Event College Science Librarians Discussion Group Virtual Meeting

by Barbara Harvey on Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 10:22 am

College Science Librarians Virtual (Midwinter) Meeting Agenda:

(We will meet on Google Hangout)

I. Introductions

II. Possible Discussion Group Topics

III. ALA Annual room set-up, etc.

Event College Science Librarians Discussion Group 2013

by Barbara Harvey on Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 08:45 am

College Science Librarians Discussion Group 2013:

Topic:

"Fostering innovation and creativity among librarians and support staff"

College Science Librarians Discussion Group 2013:

Topic:

"Fostering innovation and creativity among librarians and support staff"

In what ways does your library encourage collaboration among librarians and support staff? If there are obstacles to such innovation, what steps can be taken to change that atmosphere? Most importantly, how can these collaborations benefit our patrons/students?

Please join us and contribute to this discussion!

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Event College Science Librarians Discussion Group

by ALAConnect Helpdesk (staff) on Sat, Jun 9, 2012 at 01:09 am

Timezone:
US/Pacific (-7)

Publishing Undergraduate Research: Resources and Innovations from the Library: How can science librarians foster an environment that encourages undergraduates to publish? What sort of support can librarians provide as undergrads conduct research, write and revise papers for publication? What are some ideas for a library hosting contests or small conferences/panels, awarding prizes, and publicizing undergrad achievements in publication? Come share your ideas with your colleagues at this discussion section.

Timezone:
US/Pacific (-7)

Publishing Undergraduate Research: Resources and Innovations from the Library: How can science librarians foster an environment that encourages undergraduates to publish? What sort of support can librarians provide as undergrads conduct research, write and revise papers for publication? What are some ideas for a library hosting contests or small conferences/panels, awarding prizes, and publicizing undergrad achievements in publication? Come share your ideas with your colleagues at this discussion section.

More information about this conference session

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Provides a forum for discussion of issues of concern to college science librarians.

 

 

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