Breakout Session Materials

Plenary SessionTell Me Sweet Little Lies: Racism, Bias Confirmation, and the Disinformation Epidemic

Dr. Nicole Cooke (University of South Carolina)
- Anti-Racism Resources for All Ages (Padlet)
- Racialized Mis/Dis (Padlet)

A Few Kind, But True Words: Using the Research Consultation to Empower Marginalized Graduate Researchers Struggling with Impostor Syndrome
V. Dozier (University of San Diego)

Accepting New Realities and Embracing Changes: Collaborative Survival in a Small Community College Library
Donovan Reinwald and Wei Cen (Middlesex Community College)
- Presentation (.pdf)

Activating the ACRL Framework: Active Learning Design for Library Instruction
Meghan Kowalski and Catherine Meals (University of the District of Columbia) and Faith Rusk (San Francisco State University)

Agenda-Setting: What a Media Effects Theory Can Add to Information Literacy Instruction
Jaclyn Spraetz and Nate Floyd (Miami University)

Being Present for Liberatory Instruction: Emergent Strategy Facilitation
Jennifer Brown, Kiyoko Shiosaki and Gisèle Tanasse (University of California, Berkeley)

Collaborating for Curricular Transformation: Integrating Composition and Information Literacy
Sarah LeMire, Terri Pantuso and Kathy Anders (Texas A&M University)
- Presentation (Google Slides)

Create, Check, Comeback: Using a Solutions-Based Approach to Tackle Instruction, Reference and Research Support Challenges 
Veronica Bielat and Katrina Rouan (Wayne State University)

Creating Transformative Learning Opportunities: Expanding Assessment and Centering Student Voices through Digital Infrastructures
Jennifer Hootman and Trey Conatser (University of Kentucky)

- Presentation (
- Handout 1 (Google Docs)
- Handout 2 (Google Docs)  

Crisis Teaching & Active Learning: Beyond the Pandemic
Heather Adair and Ashley B. Crane (Sam Houston State University)
- Presentation (.pdf)
- Discussion during Session 1 (Padlet)
- Discussion during Session 2 (Padlet)  

Daring to Lead: How Library Instruction Experience Prepares Librarians for Administration, and How Admin Experience Transforms Instruction
Amanda Nichols Hess and Mariela Hristova (Oakland University)
- Presentation (Googlie Slides)
- Discussion during Session (Google Jamboard)

Diversify Your Lesson Plans: De-Centering Whiteness In Library Instruction
Nimisha Bhat (Smith College)

Divide and Be Conquered: Teaching students to be better researchers in the dreaded group project
G. Arave and Ilana Stonebraker (Indiana University Bloomington)

Empowering Students as Content Creators with Digital Projects
Marcela Isuster (McGill University)

Epistemic Injustice and White Supremacy in Information Literacy Instruction
Maggie Clarke (CSU Dominguez Hills)

Escape Reality: Reaching Your Students with Virtual Instruction and Fun
Jenny Bruxvoort and Kate Wimer (George Fox University) and Amanda Matthysse (Calvin University)

- Presentation (.pdf)
- Handout (.pdf)

Escaping the Ivory Tower: Building public-academic library connections during COVID-19
Joanna Nemeth and Jennifer Rempel (Athabasca University)

Exploring the Value of Scaffolded Research Assignments for a Required First Year Course
Corey Johnson, Jennifer Saulnier Lange and Kathleen Whalen (Washington State University)

- Presentation (Google Slides)
- Handout (Google Docs)

Genre Pedagogies for the Library Classroom: Teaching Sources Rhetorically
Colleen Deel (Bemidji State University)

- Presentation (.pdf)
- References Worksheet (.pdf)
- Discussion during Session (.pdf)

Go Go Gadget Google Suite: Using Google Suite tools to enhance online learning
Kristina Bush (University of California, Berkeley) and Patricia L. Hernandez and Emily Metcalf (Texas A&M - Corpus Christi)
- Presentation (.pdf)
- Presentation Transcript (.pdf)

Googlization of Knowledge: Teaching Students to Think Critically About the Internet's Impacts on Self, Society, and the World
Linda Daniel and Hannah Rozear (Duke University) and Joanna Hare (National Art School)

"I Wasn't Excited for This Assignment, but I am Now": Increasing Morale in Political Science Undergraduates Through Engaging Practices
Natalia Estrada (University of California, Berkeley)

Incorporating Global Perspectives through Instructional Design: Transforming one-shot information literacy instruction and instructors
Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros and Meris Mandernach Longmeier (Ohio State University)
- Presentation (.pdf)
- Handout 1 (.pdf)
- Handout 2 (.pdf)

Learning from Failure: Creating better subject and course guides using critical information literacy practices
Leslie Sult, Jeremiah Paschke-Wood, Ellen Dubinsky and Nicole Hennig (University of Arizona)
- Presentation (Google Slides)

Lights, Camera, Research: The Interdisciplinary Design of Digital Storytelling
Kristin E. C. Green, James Hart and Paul Frisch (Penn State Scranton)

- Presentation (.pdf)

The Longitudinal Belly Flop with a Splash: Lessons Learned, Data Gained
Caitlin Bagley, Kelly O'Brien-Jenks and Nicole Gustavsen (Gonzaga University)

- Presentation (.pdf)

Mentoring Graduate Students: Teaching Them how to Fish for Real
Sergio Chaparro and John W. Cyrus (Virginia Commonwealth University)

Microlearning: The One Approach All Librarians Should be Using in Their Instruction
Yvonne Mery (University of Arizona)

Mixing Up Your Information Literacy Instruction: Integrating Data Literacy into your Pedagogical Toolbox
Donna Harp Ziegenfuss (University of Utah)

Mountaineer Stories: Growing an Appalachian State University First-Year Oral History Project
Mark Coltrain and Kim Sims (Appalachian State University)
- Presentation (Google Slides)

Out of the Pandemic -- Transformation Caused by Desperation
Katherine Nelsen, Lacie McMillin, Kimberly Clarke and Kate Peterson (University of Minnesota - Twin Cities)

Partnering with TAs to Transform Information Literacy Instruction via Assignment Design
Alyssa Russo and Glenn Koelling (University of New Mexico)
- Presentation (Adobe Spark)

Pedagogical Strategies for Supporting Autistic Students
Rachel McMullin and Kerry Walton (West Chester University)

Perfection isn't the goal, right? Reflections from early-career librarians on adapting the one-shot to an online environment
Maria Sclafani (Wichita State University), Chrissy O'Grady (SUNY New Paltz) and Leah Freemon (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
- Presentation (.pdf)
- Google Jamboard (.pdf)
- Attendee Questions (.pdf)

Problematizing the Role Of Information Literacy In Disinformation, Dialog, And The Healing Of Democracy
Sarah Appedu and Merinda Kaye Hensley (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Programmatically Speaking: Using values driven, collaborative design approaches to support programmatic assessment of student learning
Maya Hobscheid (Grand Valley State University) and Kristin Kerbavaz (University of Western Ontario)

- Presentation (Google Slides)
- Programmatic Assessment Rubric (Google Docs)
- Instruction Assessment Toolkit (.pdfs in Google Drive)
- Discussion During Session (Google Jamboard)

Reaching Higher with Scaffolded Learning: Transitioning From the One-Shot to a Four-Year Developmental Program
Christina Hillman and Mia Breitkopf (St. John Fisher College)

Reacting/Adapting to a Pandemic: Building Online Library Modules for First-Year Students
Annie Dempsey and Catherine Heil (College of Wooster)

'Remember the Ladies': Uncovering the Voices of Tennessee's Suffrage Movement through Primary Source Instruction
Jenny Harris and Nicole Wood (Austin Peay State University)

Small moves for formative assessment to improve student engagement in online teaching
Jennifer Jarson (Penn State University, Lehigh Valley) and Jennifer Gilley (Penn State University, New Kensington)

- Presentation (Google Slides)

Strengthening Your Teaching Philosophy through Reflection on Your Beliefs about Teaching and Learning
Ashlynn Kogut (Texas A&M University)
- Presentation (.pdf)
- Worksheet (.docx)

Students teaching students during a pandemic: What could possibly go wrong?
Sara Lowe, Katharine V. Macy and Chloe Alexander (IUPUI) and Sean M. Stone (IU School of Dentistry)

- Presentation (.pdf)

Syllabi Studies Take Too Long! Automating a Text Data Mining Approach to Instructional Outreach
Amy James, Joshua Been and Beth Farwell (Baylor University)

Teachers Unite: How Collaboration Creates Inclusive and Innovative Learning Experiences
Crystal Goldman, Amanda Roth and Dominique Turnbow (University of California San Diego)

- Presentation (.pdf)

Teaching Hyflex: Insights as Designers, Instructors and Learners
Holly Luetkenhaus, Cristina Colquhoun and Victor Baeza (Oklahoma State University)

Team Based Planning: From Pedagogy to Leadership

Anne C. Deutsch (SUNY New Paltz)
- Presentation (.pptx)

Transform and Roll Out: Using Online Tools to Promote Informed Citizenship across Disciplines
Rob Detmering and Amber Willenborg (University of Louisville)

Transformation through Collaboration: Combatting Library Anxiety through Assessment and Engagement
Michelle Demeter, Marybeth McCartin and Sarah Beth Bailey (New York University)

- Presentation (Google Slides)

Transformational or Troublesome? Business Information Literacy Perspectives on the ACRL Framework
Claire Walker Wiley (Belmont University), Meggan Houlihan (Colorado State University) and Amanda B. Click (U.S. Naval Academy)

- Presentation (.pdf)

Transformative Collaboration of Library Services and Outreach for International and Diverse Students: A Multiple Campus Personal Librarian Pilot Case Study
Emily Reed and Racine Amos (Penn State University)
- Presentation (.pptx)

Transforming Instruction Leadership: What 2020 Taught Us About Supporting the Whole Instruction Librarian
Sarah Norrell (University of Texas at Tyler)

- Presentation (.pdf from Canva)

Transforming Instructional Strategies for Student Engagement in a HyFlex Information Literacy Course
ZoeAnna Mayhook, Annette Bochenek and Heather Howard (Purdue University)

Transforming Liaison Areas: Exploring Outreach Opportunities to Non-Academic Communities on Campus
Rachel Dineen and Darren Ilett (University of Northern Colorado)

Transforming Privacy Literacy Instruction: From Surveillance Theory to Teaching Practice
Sarah Hartman-Caverly and Alexandria Chisholm (Penn State Berks)

- Presentation and other materials (Google Drive)

Transitionary Teaching Toolkit: Best Practices for Creating an Accessible and Inclusive Environment for Synchronous Online Instruction
Margaret McLaughlin and Meggan Press (Indiana University)

Using Wikipedia to Jumpstart Students' Information Literacy Engagement in a 12-Week Course
Bethany Mickel and Meridith Wolnick (University of Virginia)
- Presentation and other materials (Google Drive)

(Virtual) Argument Architect: Building Research Skills Through Gamified Learning, In-Person and Online
Elizabeth Nelson (Penn State Lehigh Valley) and Brett Spencer (Penn State Berks)

- Presentation and other materials (Google Drive)

What's Data Got to Do with It? Establishing a Research Data Management Curriculum Online
Sandy Hervieux, Nu Ree Lee and Alisa Rod (McGill University)

When Business Meets Critical Pedagogy: Confronting Entanglements with Capital through Library Instruction
Eamon Tewell and Kae Bara Kratcha (Columbia University) and Kate Adler (Metropolitan College of New York)
- Presentation (.pdf)

Who Are You in the Classroom?: An Exploration of Academic Librarians' Teaching Personas
Elena Azadbakht (University of Nevada, Reno)

- Presentation (.pptx)

"Why Can't We Just Offer That Online?": Recognizing the Role of Infrastructure in the Success and Failure of Library Instruction
Joel Burkholder (Penn State York) and Jeremy McGinniss (Liberty University)

Writing and Research Are Inseparable: Helping Instructors Integrate Research and Writing Instruction in Writing Across the Curriculum Course Planning
Matthew Weirick Johnson, Sylvia Page and Laurel Westrup (UCLA)

Writing the Unwritten: Creating a Roadmap of Success for Yourself
Ingrid Ruffin and Anna Sandelli (University of Tennessee Knoxville