Events

Fri, May 20, 2022 / 9:30am to 2:00pm

The CARLI Instruction Committee presents its 10th annual (online) Instruction Showcase on Friday, May 20, 2022.

The program, focused on the theme, “Re-imagining Instruction After Disruption” will feature a morning keynote, morning and afternoon presentations, and a virtual lunch chat from 12:30PM-1:00PM where participants can socialize, network, and talk about instruction with their colleagues from across CARLI. Please join us!

To Register: Use the Register tab above.

The Showcase will be presented virtually; Zoom connection information will be sent to registrants on Thursday, May 19.

The showcase will be recorded and posted to the CARLI website, along with presenter-supplied lesson plans and associated ACRL Framework Knowledge Practices and Dispositions, where applicable.

Agenda  

09:30 - 10:00

10:00 - 11:00

Keynote: “I’m excited but have no idea what I’m doing”: How Libraries Can Support Open Pedagogy and Why They Should
-Janet Swatscheno from University of Illinois at Chicago

Academic libraries recognize that the increasing cost of course materials is a problem for students, especially students who already rely on grants and student loans to afford college. For more than a decade, libraries have attempted to help alleviate the cost of course materials by purchasing reference copies of textbooks, encouraging faculty to assign library licensed material, and supporting open educational resources. Many libraries have focused on supporting the adoption, adaptation, and creation of open educational resources. With the growth and evolution of the open education community, it has become apparent that the benefits of OER extend beyond saving students money. Many OER organizations are shifting their focus to open pedagogy. For the same reasons libraries are well situated to support OER, libraries are also well situated to support open pedagogy. In this keynote, participants will gain a basic understanding of open pedagogy and how academic librarians can both support and participate in open educational practices.

11:00-11:10

Break

11:10-11:50

Tech it Out (10 min demo + 10 min Q&A)
  • Using Poll Everywhere to Gauge Prior Library Knowledge
    Jennifer Lau-Bond and Cathryn Miller from Harper College  
    Handout
  • Applying Universal Design for Learning to Camtasia Tutorials
    Kimberly Shotick from Northern Illinois University

11:50-12:30

Lunch break

12:30 - 01:00

Mid-day chat: Share your wins and ask your questions

01:00 - 01:40

Lesson Plans (15 min presentation + 5 min Q&A)
  • Adding a Little Mystery to a University FYE Program: How Librarians Developed a Mystery Game to Teach Fundamental Search Skills to First Years
    Nichole Novak from Illinois Institute of Technology
    Lesson Plan
  • Rhetorical Analysis of a Song: Using Mind Maps to Focus Topics and Identify Search Terms
    Jade Kastel from Western Illinois University
    LibGuide
    Lesson Plan

01:40 - 02:00

Closing + Share out
Share your zine and your reflections and takeways!

If you have any questions about this program, please contact the

Fri, May 20, 2022 / 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Monthly meeting of the CARLI Commercial Products Committee. Connection information:

https://illinois.zoom.us/j/86260623024?pwd=c29kNjVuU3dJQ2pZNFcxaTBXSlZoUT09

Meeting ID: 862 6062 3024
Password: 044554

For more information, email emanuelj@illinois.edu

Tue, May 24, 2022 / 10:30am to 12:00pm

If you'd like to talk with CARLI staff and your CARLI library colleagues about Alma Fulfillment and Automated Fulfillment Network workflows, known issues, and Q & A, join us online on Tuesday, May 24 from 10:30am-noon central.

Sessions are scheduled for every other week, alternating between Tuesday mornings at 10:30am and Friday afternoons at 2pm.

CARLI Office Staff will be online to work with your questions and to facilitate the discussion.

This session will be recorded for CARLI staff use; since Fulfillment involves patron data, the CARLI office will evaluate if it is fitting and valuable to post segments of the session for later review.

To register: Select the Register tab at the top of this page.
Connection information will be sent to registrants the day before.

Additional sessions of "Let's talk about Fulfillment (I mean Alma, not life's purpose)" are scheduled/have occurred.
Please register for future sessions if interested, or review past sessions for the discussion notes. All sessions are listed on the CARLI Event Calendar.

Tue, May 24, 2022 / 11:00am to 12:30pm

CARLI is pleased to offer a 3-week synchronous and asynchronous course on open educational resources. This virtual course includes material that was first shared with the CARLI membership during the Open Textbook Network Train-the-Trainer workshops in Spring 2018.

This course will be offered May 2022 with the live sessions on May 17, 24, and 31 from 11:00 am - 12:30pm. Attendees should plan to attend each live session.

The live sessions will include some presentations, but the aim of the course planners is that these will incorporate a flipped classroom model to build community among participants as all share and discuss the topics.

Technology used for live sessions: Zoom, ideally participants will be able to use video as well as audio.

Registration: More information on this course and instructions for registering can be found here.

If you have any questions, please send them to CARLI Support.

Tue, May 24, 2022 / 1:00pm to 2:00pm

OER adoption requires more than the work of librarians. Collaboration is essential to have a long-term impact as well as weather the storms of turnover, a global pandemic, and piecemeal funding. Panelists will share practical advice on how to identify stakeholders, prioritize student success, and get buy-in from university administration. They will also cover the work of a task force in the UNC System that involves librarians, instructional designers, and university admin to streamline access to open educational resources. 

Panelists will include: 
- Sarah Falls, University Librarian at UNC School of the Arts
- Harvey Long, Student Success Librarian at North Carolina A&T University
- Melody Rood, Student Success Librarian at UNC-Greensboro
- Jeanne Hoover, Scholarly Communication Librarian at East Carolina University"

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Sponsored by NC LIVE

Wed, May 25, 2022 / 11:30am to 1:00pm

The Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community is culturally and linguistically diverse but is often racialized to be a homogenous group of “model minorities.” The model minority myth has been used as a political tool to exploit AAPIs while further oppressing other communities of color. Members of the AAPI community are often positioned at the contentious intersection between invisibility and hyper visibility, between being the assimilated model minority and the perpetual foreigner. This workshop will examine the creation of the Asian American identity, explore the history of Asian American racialization, and make critical connections between this history and the present positioning of Asians and Pacific Islanders within the United States. This workshop will provide the context necessary for strategies on creating more inclusive, equitable, and liberatory spaces for AAPIs in institutions and communities.

Shengxiao Yu, often known by her nickname Sole, is a speaker, facilitator, writer, and social justice educator. She is the creator of Nectar, a space for life-affirming experiences for liberation. Sole combines her storytelling and facilitation experiences to ground her social justice education practice in abolitionist and transformative justice principles. Sole has lived in Latin America and worked with grassroots communities and NGOs in Peru and Costa Rica. She has been an advocate for immigrant rights through providing legal services to unaccompanied immigrant children from Central America, Asia, and beyond. As a generation 1.5 Asian American, Sole is also working to build community among her fellow Asian Americans in order to increase socio-political power and to lift up her lineage. Sole is inspired by BIPOC activists, grassroots community leaders, and all the intersectional movement ancestors who have paved the way.

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Sponsored by BLC

Wed, May 25, 2022 / 1:00pm to 2:00pm

This new ASERL Series will give registrants the opportunity to find out what different library leaders are thinking, planning and strategizing as we navigate through the pandemic.  Registrants will also ask direct questions to the library leaders during the Q&A period.  

Topics that will be addressing on the panel:

  • Budgets --How are they advocating for additional money and resources in the middle of a pandemic?
  • Employee Retention/Morale --Do they have a plan to combat the Great Resignation/low morale and attracting new talent?
  • DEI/EDI - How do you maintain a commitment to EDI/DEI in today's political climate?
  • Stakeholders - What strategies do you use to exceed stakeholder expectations while being empathetic to work life balance?
  • Connection/Communication - How do you maintain connected to your staff in a Zoom/webinar work environment?

Library Leaders
Beth McNeil, Dean of Libraries, Esther Ellis Norton Professor of Library Science, Purdue University
Judy Russell, Dean of the University Libraries, University of Florida
Stephanie Chase, Executive Director, Libraries of Eastern Oregon 

Moderator
Twanna Hodge, Diversity and Inclusion Librarian, University of Florida

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Thu, May 26, 2022 / 10:30am to 12:00pm

Gather with CARLI staff and your technical services colleagues to discuss Alma technical services topics, from acquisitions and cataloging workflows for physical resources to electronic resources management. Each session will include how-to presentations, discussion of consortial practices, and opportunities for questions and answers from CARLI and colleagues alike.

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Thu, May 26, 2022 / 1:00pm to 2:30pm

As libraries and publishers continue to navigate the Open Access movement, the need for inclusive content and research, budgetary constraints, and varying purchasing/licensing models, there have been increasing obstacles on the path to ensuring all needs are being met in library-publisher collaborations. This presentation will feature current library and publisher perspectives to determine how these entities can work together toward flexible and sustainable solutions within the context of direct library-publisher collaborations, featuring librarians from Auburn University, Clemson University, University of Central Florida, and University of Kentucky. This will also provide insight into independent publishers’ challenges specifically and how to mitigate limiting and misjudging of content that is coming from truly diversified researchers and the outlets that produce this research. Issues to address include mislabeling publishers and content across the industry, how this occurs, the industry standards of vetting quality research, DEIA across the industry, and developing truly transformative OA models and initiatives.

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Sponsored by ASERL

Thu, May 26, 2022 / 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Presented by Robin Fay.

Do you know that you can use MarcEdit to clean up MARC records, check name headings and subject headings, create local headings for archives & more, add linked data, and convert records back and forth between MARC? Learn how to save time, enrich records, and even practice BIBFRAME with the new editor! Join Robin for this session to learn all of the wonderful things that MarcEdit can do for you!  

Audience: All technical services staff, special collections staff, digital libraries/institutional repository staff, all staff interested in data cleanup, quality control, or authorities.

Note: No MARC experience needed, but some understanding of MARC records and/or bibliographic data will be useful. Resources and exercises with MARC sample records will be provided for post-class work.

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Sponsored by SEFLIN

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