2021 Joint ACRL NEC / NELIG Annual Conference

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    Center Yourself: Find Your Balance through Reflective Practices
    (2021-05-25) Barbrow, Sarah
    How often do you hear “It’s so important to reflect on your teaching!” and how often do you actually do it? How does one actually go about reflecting on their instruction? In this 50 minute interactive workshop, we will spend time using several frameworks to reflect in different ways on a recent instructional experience.
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    Building Sustainable Instruction through Microlearning Opportunities
    (2021-05-26) McCoy, Erin; Neary, Kathryn
    Community college libraries face a wealth of challenges with information literacy instruction. This presentation will review the decision to build our own online information literacy modules, the process of creating the modules as a team, and the reception of the modules.
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    We're all about the space: Taking inclusive library spaces to another level
    (2021-05-25) Fahey, Catherine; Fitzpatrick, Tara; Stahura, Dawn; Ryder, Rukmal; McKeigue, Elizabeth
    In 2019, our library had the opportunity to make some low-cost, high-impact changes to existing spaces to address ever-evolving student, faculty, staff, and community needs. In this session we will share our proposal process, budgeting, design, outreach efforts, and ongoing work with campus partners in the repurposing of space to create four new library spaces.
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    Radical Empathy: A Person-Centered Approach to Library Management
    (2021-05-26) Edmonds, Sarah
    Radical Empathy – A Person-Centered Approach to Library Management: This presentation focused on the application of emotional intelligence methods within a library setting. Topics included balancing emotional and cognitive empathy; applying a person-centered approach to management practices; and engaging in critical reflection to facilitate deeper self-understanding. The goal is to create high-functioning and effective libraries where staff feel valued and supported.
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    Making the Case for Alternative Student-centered Assignments
    (2021-05-25) Stahura, Dawn; Fitzpatrick, Tara
    In presentation, Dawn and Tara talk about two different student-centered projects; zines and book talks, and the impact these projects had on the students and the library collections.