Scholarly Publications and Presentations by University Libraries' Faculty and Staff

Because faculty scholarship and professional activity play such significant roles in the education of UNC Greensboro students and the development of the library profession, the UNCG library faculty and staff are experts in their respective areas of work. Each year, University Libraries’ faculty and staff produce numerous articles that are published in nationally-recognized journals, present at local, national and global conferences and serve as leaders of important professional organizations. This scholarly activity connects the library to the community at large, enabling University Libraries to bring information and attributes from such efforts back to UNCG and enrich the students' educational experience. 

While these scholarly achievements are nothing short of amazing and represent a range of topics from distance education challenges to addressing marginalization issues in diversity, equity and inclusion, University Libraries would like to take this opportunity to share its work with the broader community. The activity presented here was completed between July 1 and October 31, 2020, during the COVID pandemic and includes events that occurred virtually. In 2021, University Libraries will be sharing this information quarterly to highlight these professional accomplishments. 

Publications:

Books

Jennings, K. N. & Garczynski, J. (2020). Fundraising for academic libraries: A practical guide for librarians. Rowman & Littlefield. 

Book Chapters

Harlow, S. L., & Hill, K. (2020). Facing Distance Education Challenges through Technical and Public Service Collaboration: A Case Study. Technical Services: Adapting to the Changing Environment. Purdue University Press. http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/titles/format/9781557538420

Krim, S., Gwynn, D., & Lawrimore, E. (2020). Reconstructing history: Addressing marginalization, absences, and silences in the archives through community and collaboration. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Action: Planning, Leadership, and Programming. Chicago:.

Book Reviews

Henry, T. N. (2020). Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial [Book Review] (1st ed., vol. 78, pp. 62). North Carolina Library Association (NCLA). http://www.ncl.ecu.edu/index.php/NCL/article/view/5385/4957 

Stevenson-Parrish, H. D. (2020). Marketing plans in action: A step-by-step guide for libraries, archives, and cultural organizations [Book Review]. Technical Services Quarterly 37(2), 220-221. 

Journal Articles

Craft, A. R. (2020). Remote work in library technical services: Connecting historical perspectives to realities of the developing COVID-19 pandemic. Serials Review, 46(3).

Craft, A. R., & Harlow, S. L. (2020). Scholarly communications training: Professional development for the next generation of scholars. Serials Review, 46(3).

Cramer, S. M., & Garrison, B. (2020). What librarians say they want from their professional associations: A survey of business librarians. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship.

Cramer, S. M., Garrison, B., & Krstevska, S. (2020). Adding purpose and value to organizational memberships: A case study of Business Librarianship in North Carolina (BLINC). Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship.

Presentations:

Bolton, C. C., Austin, E., Barr, M., & Gwynn, D. 2020 Oral History Association Annual Meeting, "Unsung heroes of the civil rights movement: A visual history project," Oral History Association, Baltimore, MD, United States of America. (October 22, 2020).

Carlton, J. M., & Bjornen, K. 2020 STELLA Unconference, "Bonding chemistry with data: Developing disciplinary data literacy competencies," Science, Technology, and Engineering Library Leaders in Action. (October 9, 2020).

Carlton, J. M. 2020 STELLA Unconference, "Collecting data with citizen science: Ways to help your researchers make a big impact," Science, Technology, and Engineering Library Leaders in Action. (October 9, 2020).

Carlton, J. M., Mutambuki, J., Bjornen, K., Lonon, D. ACS Fall 2020 National Meeting & Exposition, "Undergraduate chemistry courses and data instruction: How are we doing?," American Chemical Society. (August 17, 2020).

Carlton, J. M., Lewis, D., Stanton, D., & Nickerson, C. "Citizen Science in the Academic Library: Part 1," Network of the National Library of Medicine. (July 24, 2020).

Carlton, J. M. NCLA’s Virtual Conference: Un-Cancelled, "Where to start with citizen science programming: An introduction for librarians," North Carolina Library Association. (July 17, 2020).

Dale, J. M., & Harlow, S. L. Triad Area Teaching Librarians Retreat (TATLR) Virtual Conference, "A Tale of Two CURES: Librarians and Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences." (July 2020).

Dale, J. M., & Harlow, S. L. Lifelong Information Literacy (LILi) Virtual Conference, "Peer Professional Development at a Distance: A Virtual Learning Community for Library Employees." (July 2020).

Dorsey, S. B. Annual Meeting, "Sustaining the World While Embedded: Ten Years of Information Literacy Inside a World Music Class," Southeast Music Library Association (SEMLA). (October 16, 2020).

Gorman, K., Smith, K., Gruer, T. A., & Fanstill, K. NCLA, "Bridging the Gap: How Librarians Can Work Together for Student Success," University of NC at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States of America. (October 17, 2020).

Harlow, S. L. University of North Carolina (UNC) System Webinar Series, OER Fridays!, "Finding and Evaluating Open Educational Resources (OER) in Higher Education." (October 2020).

Harlow, S. L. Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Health Science Interest Group Webinar Series, "Health Information Literacy and Interactive Video: An Accessible, Asynchronous, Student-Driven Search Strategies Activity," Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL). (August 2020).

Harlow, S. L. Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) Webinars, "Inclusive Online Learning and Design," Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL). (July 2020).

Harris Houk, A., Leachman, E., Reale, C., Moore, J., & Ku, S. "Reopening in NC: How do we do it and how can technology help?," Technology and Trends Roundtable. (October 8, 2020).

Harris Houk, A. NCLA 2020 Virtual Conference, "Meet in the middle: Crisis communication and the middle manager." (July 17, 2020).

Harris Houk, A., Hoffman, B., & Morris, R. "Chapter management exchange: Planning virtual chapter conference and other virtual events," American Library Association. (July 15, 2020).

Harris Houk, A., & Worrells, J. Triad Area Teaching Librarians Retreat, "Better together: A research collaboration between high school and academic librarians," Triad Academic Library Association. (July 9, 2020).

Lawrimore, E. R. Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, "Hop into History: Archives and Alcohol," Society of American Archivists. (August 7, 2020).

Lewis, D., Carlton, J. M., Stanton, D., & Nickerson, C. "Citizen Science in the Academic Library: Part 2," Network of the National Library of Medicine. (July 31, 2020).

Murphy, M., Andrade, B., Jacobs, H., Kelber, N., Knox, J., Lingle-Martin, M., & N'Namdi, K. DH2020, "“Representation matters": How do we promote a radically inclusive digital humanities," Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations, Ottawa, ON, Canada. (July 2020).

Mutambuki, J., Bjornen, K. K., Carlton, J. M., & Lonon, D. 2020 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (BCCE), "Are data literacy competencies present in the introductory undergraduate chemistry courses? Hearing from the horses’ mouths," American Chemical Society and Division of Chemical Education (DivCHED), Corvallis, OR, United States of America. (October 2020).

Olsen, R. C. S., Rood, M. L. Library Assessment Conference, "Assessing the Perspectives and Library Experiences of Hispanic and Latin@ Patrons at an Academic Library," Chicago, IL, United States of America. (October 2020).

Olsen, R. C. S. Lifelong Information Literacy (LILi) Virtual Conference, "Using Goosechase to Make Library Visits More Engaging," LILi. (July 30, 2020).

Olsen, R. C. S. NCLA Virtual Conference, "Home-Grown Professional Development: Internal Reading & Writing Groups for Academic Library Employees," North Carolina Library Association. (July 17, 2020).


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