Scholarly and Creative Activity: Highlighting the University Libraries’ Faculty and Staff

Scholarship and creative activity by the University Libraries' faculty and staff plays a significant role in the education of students and the development of the library profession. At the University Libraries, our faculty and staff are experts in their respective areas of work. Each year, they 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 the University Libraries to bring information and attributes from such efforts back to UNCG to enrich the educational experience for our students. While these scholarly achievements are nothing short of amazing and represent a wide range of topics from navigating the current cataloging landscape to becoming library information science leaders and mentors, the University Libraries would like to take this opportunity to share its work with the broader community. The activity presented here was completed between December 1, 2021 and May 31, 2022. The listing includes scholarship that has been published and presentations that have been delivered during the time period listed above (lists do not include scholarship that has been accepted or submitted for review).

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Crumpton, M. A. (2022). Enhancing remote work and how it is supervised. Informed Librarian Online (March 2022). https://www.informedlibrarian.com/guestForum.cfm?FILE=gf2203.html
  • Dame, J. (2022). Web archiving during COVID-19. Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies Reading Group. 
  • Harlow, S. L. (2022). Assessing Demographics and Needs of Online Students before and during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lessons from Academic Libraries. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning.
  • Heilman, K., Fischer, C. (2022). Onboarding and training a new electronic resources librarian during the COVID-19 pandemic: A Reflection. Serials Review.
  • Henry, T. N., Chiu, A., Kauffman, R. (2022). The old and the prudish: An examination of sex, sexuality, and queerness in Library of Congress Classification. In the Library with a Lead Pipe. https://www.inthelibrarywiththeleadpipe.org/2022/the-old-and-the-prudish/
  • Segares, M., Reis, J. A., Grannemann, H., Murphy, M. (2022). Mask-making and entrepreneurial opportunity in the time of COVID-19. Journal of International Council of Small Businesses, 3(2). https://tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/26437015.2021.1971581 
  • Thompson, D. S., Beene, S., Greer, K., Wegmann, M., Fullmer, M., Murphy, M., Schumacher, S., Saulter, T. (2022). A proliferation of images: Trends, obstacles, and opportunities for visual literacy. Journal of Visual Literacy. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1051144X.2022.2053819 

Conference Proceedings

Book Chapters

  • Carlton, M., Klein, J. (2021). Keeping track of your recipe: Moving from cookbooks to the web. ACRL Scholarly Communications Cookbook (pp. 293-295). Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries. https://libres.uncg.edu/ir/uncg/listing.aspx?id=36626 
  • Cramer, S. M. (2022). Teaching consumer market segmentation through brainstorming demographic and psychographic variables. Teaching Business Information Literacy (pp. 189-194). ACRL.
  • Arkoosh, R., Fischer, C. M. (2021). Other Duties as Assigned: A Reexamination of Roles in Resource Acquisition Management. Emerging Human Resource Trends in Academic Libraries (pp. 199-209). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Holmes, G. V. (2021). Education of the Professional Librarian - Ways to Demonstrate the Value of DEI Programs. Emerging Human Resource Trends in Academic Libraries (pp. 59-71). Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield Inbox.

Book Reviews

Blogs

Newsletters

Presentations

  • Brandsma, T. W., WMS Connect: Community Unconference, "Internal Workflows & Configurations for End User Services," OCLC User Community. (December 9, 2021).
  • Bucknall, T., Burton, M., Heilman, K., UNC System Webinar, "ULAC EBS Deals: Overview and Technical Services Considerations," ULAC, online. (April 20, 2022).
  • Bucknall, T., Carolina Consortium Conference and Annual Meeting, "Consortium Futures; Sustainable Paths," Carolina Consortium, Greensboro, NC. (May 10, 2022).
  • Bucknall, T., Carolina Consortium Conference and Annual Meeting, "COVID Impact on Eresource Usage; a Multi-year Analysis," Carolina Consortium, Greensboro, NC. (May 10, 2022).
  • Bucknall, T., ULVLC Series, "Big Deal Myths and Realities," UNCG Libraries, Virtual. (February 9, 2022).
  • Bucknall, T., ULVLC series, "E-Resource Consortia in the Carolinas," UNCG Libraries, Virtual. (February 1, 2022).
  • Bucknall, T., Craft, A.R., Fischer, C., ULVLC, "Big Deals and Read & Publish," Greensboro, NC. (February 2, 2022).
  • Craft, A.R., North Carolina Serials Conference, "OpenUNC: Collaborating to increase the visibility of open scholarship from the UNC System." (April 8, 2022).
  • Craft, A.R., North Carolina Serials Conference, "Remote work in technical services: What have we learned? Where are we going?." (April 8, 2022).
  • Craft, A.R., Transforming Libraries for Graduate Students Conference, "Scholarly communications for librarians: Developing a mentoring program to support tenure-track library faculty." (March 17, 2022).
  • Cramer, S. M., Business librarianship speaker series, "How to research what doesn't exist (yet): a hands-on workshop for librarians supporting local entrepreneurs," Boston Library Consortium, Boston, MA, United States of America. (December 10, 2021).
  • Crumpton, M. A., Staff Development Day, "The Emotionally Intelligent Mentor," East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, United States of America. (March 8, 2022).
  • Crumpton, M. A., Vanguard Virtual Series, "The Evolution of Libraries," UNCG Alumni Association, Greensboro, NC, United States of America. (February 15, 2022).
  • Dale, J., Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, "Creating engaging and effective information literacy activities for a hybrid world," Georgia Southern University, Virtual. (March 31, 2022).
  • Dale, J., LAUNCCH Annual Conference, "Meeting Your Productivity Goals with the UnMeeting," Library Association of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (March 14, 2022).
  • Dale, J., InfoBase Webinar Series, "Teaching Information Evaluation with Lateral Reading, Session #2: The How," InfoBase. (December 6, 2021).
  • Dale, J., Olsen, R., Thacker, J., Rood, M. L., LAUNC-CH, "Building Bridges & Boundaries: Transitioning to Online First-Year Experience Instruction," University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. (March 22, 2022).
  • Dame, J., International Internet Preservation Consortium Web Archiving Conference, “The Triad COVID-19 Web Archive,” (May 25, 2022). 
  • Fischer, C., Burton, M., Owens, A., ULVLC, "What About Ebooks? The Libraries' Evidence-based Acquisitions Plans," Greensboro, NC. (March 28, 2022).
  • Harlow, S.L., Dale, J., Infobase Webinar Series, "Asynchronous Learning Workshop, Two Part Series," Infobase. (April 2022).
  • Harlow, S.L., Dale, J., NC LIVE Virtual Workshop, "Leading with Universal Design for Learning (UDL)," NC LIVE. (April 2022).
  • Henry, T. N., Nance, A., Craft, .A.R., Amigos Online Conference: Changing Standards, Local Choices: Navigating the Current Cataloging Landscape, "Getting started with critical cataloging," Amigos Library Services. (February 10, 2022).
  • Henry, T.N., Nance, A., North Carolina Community College Library Association (NCCCLA) 2022 Conference, "Critical Cataloging, the User, and You," NCCCLA. (March 15, 2022).
  • Holmes, G., JCLC Gathering all Peoples: Embracing Culture & Community, "Full circle moment: from ACE Scholars to LIS leaders," Joint Conference of Librarians of Color (JCLC), St. Pete Beach, FL, United States of America. (2022).
  • Holmes, G., Library Diversity Committee, "Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility in Academic Libraries," University of North Carolina At Charlotte,  Atkins Library, Charlotte, NC, United States of America. (February 25, 2022).
  • Holmes, G., Crumpton, M., Gathering all Peoples: Embracing Culture & Community, "Pre-Conference: How to make the best of my Residency Experience.," Joint Conference of Librarians of Color (JCLC), St. Pete Beach, FL, United States of America. (2022).
  • Jones, R., Love, Sex & Justice in the South, "Lynch Bait: Examining the Tragic Consequences of Racial Violence Rooted in Racial and Gender Anxiety," Southeastern Women’s Studies Association. (March 22, 2022).
  • Koelsch, B.A., Smith, K.M., Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Distance and Online Learning Virtual Poster Session., ""Winning the War" for Visual Literacy: Using Padlet for Primary Source Instruction," ACRL. (April 25, 2022).
  • Koelsch, B.A., "Documenting the History of U.S. Women Veterans: Spotlight on Cleveland and Gaston Counties," Colonel Frederick Hambright Chapter, NSDAR. (March 26, 2022).
  • Koelsch, B.A., Smith, K.M., Krim, S., 2022 SNCA Conference, "Reimagining Outreach When You Can’t Meet Face-to-Face: Archivists Adjust During the Pandemic.," Society of North Carolina Archivists. (March 17, 2022).
  • Koelsch, B.A., SCUA Speaker Series, "The Women Veterans Historical Project Celebrates Black History Month," UNCG Libraries Special Collections and University Archives Department. (February 2, 2022).
  • Lawrimore, E., Cox, R., Gwynn, D., Alumni All Access Weekend, "North Carolina Triad Beer: A History," UNCG Alumni Association, Greensboro, NC. (April 2, 2022).
  • Lawrimore, E., Cox, R., Gwynn, D., "North Carolina Triad Beer: A History," Greensboro Science Pub, Greensboro, NC. (February 21, 2022).
  • Lawrimore, E., Cox, R., Gwynn, D., "North Carolina Triad Beer: A History," Greensboro Rotary Club, Greensboro, NC. (January 26, 2022).
  • Lawrimore, E.R., SCUA Speaker Series, "Bringing UNCG's Past to the Present: Building and Teaching with University Archives," UNC Greensboro Special Collections and University Archives. (May 11, 2022).
  • Lawrimore, E.R.,, Cox, R., "North Carolina Triad Beer: A History," Davidson County Historical Museum, Lexington, NC. (April 26, 2022).
  • Lawrimore, E.R.,, "Undergraduate Research Sustainability," Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Office. (April 5, 2022).
  • Lawrimore, E.R.,, Cox, R., "North Carolina Triad Beer: A History," Battleground Brewers Guild, Greensboro, NC. (December 21, 2021).
  • Lawrimore, E.R.,, Metadata-centric Meetup, "The Reparative Archives Working Group at UNC Greensboro," University of Texas Libraries. (December 16, 2021).
  • Lawrimore, E.R.,, Cox, R., High Point Kiwanis Club, "North Carolina Triad Beer: A History," High Point Kiwanis Club, High Point, NC. (December 3, 2021).
  • Murphy, M., O'Brien, K.A., Hale, D.G., ADAPT 2022: Teaching in Transformative Times, "Critical Visual Literacy for New Media & Design Students," UNC Greensboro, Greensboro, NC. (May 9, 2022).
  • Murphy, M., DCHI 2022: Digital Humanities & the Environment, "Accessing the Archives: American Children’s Environmental Writing for Everyone," Digital Humanities Collaborative of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC. (April 21, 2022).
  • Murphy, M., Thompson, D.S., Beene, S., Greer, K., ARLIS/NA 50th Annual Conference, "Putting the Framework for Visual Literacy in Higher Education into Practice: An Interactive Workshop," Art Libraries Society of North America, Chicago, IL, United States of America. (April 8, 2022).
  • Murphy, M., ARLIS/NA 50th Annual Conference, "Cut, Paste, Copy, Fold: Scaffolded Information Literacy Instruction for New Media & Design Students [Panel Title: Programmatic Information Literacy Instruction in Art & Design Libraries]," Art Libraries Society of North America, Chicago, IL. (April 7, 2022).
  • Murphy, M., Payne, C., Saunders, H., Hale, M., Stein, P., Vecchiola, R., ARLIS/NA 50th Annual Conference, "Sight Sound Touch: Considering Multimodal Digital Accessibility for a Collaborative Public Art Project [Panel Title: Centering Digital Accessibility: Projects at Academic and Art & Design School Libraries]," Art Libraries Society of North America, Chicago, IL, United States of America. (April 7, 2022).
  • Murphy, M., Hale, D., ARLIS/NA Teaching SIG Winter Meeting, "Get Outside the Box: Expanding Horizons for Artist-Researchers," Art Libraries Society of North America. (December 10, 2021).
  • Nance, A., Henry, T.N., Craft, A. R., Southeast Collaborative Online Conference, "Critical cataloging: What? Why? How?." (March 17, 2022).
  • Reis, J. A., Grannemann, H., Murphy, M., Marie, S., USASBE 2022: Pioneer and Persevere, "Creative Crisis Response: Mask Makers during the Pandemic," U.S. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Raleigh, NC, United States of America. (January 6, 2022).
  • Sutton, J. L, Harlow, S., ADAPT 2022- Teaching in Transformative Times, "CTR 101: Leisure and American Lifestyles Spring 2022  URSCO Faculty Fellows," The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, United States of America. (May 9, 2022). 
  • Vinson, L., Metrolina Library Association Conference, “Teens on Campus: A Decade of Community Outreach Between an Academic Library and Local High Schools,” The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, United States of America. (2022). 


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