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Science Boot Camp for Librarians Southeast 2016: Librarian Lightning Talks

Lightning Talks

Science Boot Camp Southeast Librarian Lightning Talk Schedule

Wednesday, July 6 at 4:00 - 4:45pm
1.  Courtney Baron, Emory University, “Incorporating threshold concepts into introductory Biology classes through faculty collaboration”
2.  Alexander Carroll, North Carolina State University, “Part of the team: Lab-integrated research support and information literacy instruction”
3. Jan Comfort, Clemson University, “Adding patent records to your institutional repository”
4. Jean Cook, University of West Georgia, “Leveraging simple requests into meaningful partnerships: Breaking the faculty barrier”
5. Chapel Cowden, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, “The second time's the charm: Improving integration of information literacy concepts in an advanced Biochemistry class”
6. Debbie Currie, North Carolina State University, “A walk on the wild side: The NC State Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge”
7. Alyson Gamble, New College of Florida, “Gathering wind: Metaliteracy and Aeolus, an undergraduate science research journal
8. Patricia Hartman, Auburn University, “Growing a seed library: The importance of campus and community engagement”
Thursday, July 7 at 4:15 - 5:00pm
1. Raquel Horlick, Tulane University, “Librarian-in-residence at an innovation & entrepreneurship 'oasis'”
2. Sarah Jeong, Wake Forest University, “Flipping a science literacy course with VoiceThread and Audacity”
3. Valrie Minson, University of Florida, “Supporting discovery, access, and compliance through an Elsevier and library institutional repository pilot”
4. Nancy Schaefer, University of Florida, “Fighting HIV/AIDS with information”
5. Plato Smith, University of Florida, “Initializing and advancing data management conversations with faculty, researchers, & scientists”
6. Therese Triumph, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, “Women in science Wikipedia edit-a-thon”
7. Barbara Wood, Kennesaw State University, “The Pomodoro Technique for librarians”
8. Laura Wright, Valdosta State University, “Backwards design in Chemistry library instruction”