Five from iSchool to speak at Charleston Conference

Maria Bonn
Maria Bonn, Associate Professor, MS/LIS and CAS Program Director
Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe
Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Affiliate Professor

iSchool faculty, staff, and students will participate in the 2018 Charleston Conference, which will be held November 7-9 in Charleston, South Carolina. The conference is an annual gathering that draws librarians, publishers, vendors, and others to discuss issues relating to the acquisition of books and serials. 

Tuesday, November 6

Affiliate Professor Lisa Hinchliffe will participate in the preconference roundtable discussion, "All about the User Experience: Researcher Perspectives on Access, Privacy, and Security in Scholarly Communications."

Associate Professor Maria Bonn will present at the preconference workshop, "Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom: Planting Local Open Educational Resources that Will Spring up across the Field."

Wednesday, November 7

Associate Professor Maria Bonn will participate in the discussion, “Bringing New Scholarly Communication Libraries into Bloom.”

Affiliate Professor Lisa Hinchliffe will serve on the panel, "Meeting Customers & Users Where They Are," as well as participate in the discussions, "A Joint Roadmap for Open Science/Scholarly Tools: Collaborating to Support Open Infrastructure" and "The Scholarly Kitchen Live - Chat with the Chefs."

Master’s students Jenny Bruxvoort and Paige Dhyne will present their paper, "Discovering the Library and the Librarian in Science Textbooks: Representations and Implications," coauthored with Affiliate Professor Lisa Hinchliffe. literacy, and scientific method. 

Thursday, November 8

Research Scientist Megan Senseney will participate in the discussion, "Standing Together before We Fall Apart: Solving the Content as Data Problem."

Affiliate Professor Lisa Hinchliffe will participate in the discussion, "ATG Trend Talk."

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