2014 Presentations

Full presentations and handouts from The Innovative Library Classroom 2014 are available here. Presentations are linked via SlidesharePrezi, or individual presenters' institutional repositories. View the full program from The Innovative Library Classroom here!

Keynote:  Using the design thinking process to address today's unique educational challenges
Lori Anthony, Radford University

Invited Speaker:  Courageous conversations worth having (to strengthen instructional practice)
Carroll Wetzel Wilkinson, West Virginia University

Concurrent Sessions

Using threshold concepts, learning theory, and millennial research in the design of information literacy sessions
Brandi Porter, Ferrum College

Assessing the sexy
Katelyn Tucker, Radford University

UT Libraries' take out:  Meeting patrons where they are and where they live
Ingrid Ruffin, University of Tennessee-Knoxville

Online info lit modules and English composition:  An experiment in hybrid pedagogy
Kathy Shields, High Point University

Selfies in the stacks:  Library instruction with Instagram
Lauren Wallis, University of Montevallo

Beyond the gold:  Redesigning a successful information literacy tutorial for a large first-year class
Jenne Klotz and Kathy Clarke, James Madison University

Don't fear the data:  Statistical literacy and information literacy instruction
Lynda Kellam, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Fad diets and evidence-based research:  3 mini case studies in student-driven how-to research
Virginia Pannabecker, Arizona State University

Reframing the Standards:  A call for a new approach to defining proficiencies for instruction librarians
Candice Benjes-Small, Radford University and Rebecca K. Miller, Virginia Tech

Let the distance bring us together:  Using concept-based videos
Jonathan McMichael, Julia Feerrar, and Amanda McDonald, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

License to drive:  Using Google Drive
Jenny Dale and Amy Harris Houk, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Lightning Talks

Cross-campus collaboration to produce Camtasia-enhanced lessons to improve distance learning
Carole Porter and Laura Link, Jefferson College of Health Sciences

Minute to learn it:  Integrating one-minute videos in information literacy planning
Rachel Lux and Lucinda Rush, Old Dominion University

The retweet of academia:  Using Twitter to improve information literacy instruction
Alexander Carroll and Robin Dasler, University of Maryland-College Park

Creating a colorful classroom:  Bringing visual media and graphics into the information literacy session
Liz Johns, Virginia Commonwealth University

How to (and how not to) engage your students with popular culture
Craig Arthur, Radford University