Michael Adams (Graduate Center), Sara Rofofsky Marcus (Queensborough), and Susan Sciammarella (Queensborough) served on an information literacy panel at the annual conference of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education at the Marriott Marquis on August 10.
Consuella Askew and Tinamarie Vella (Graduate School of Journalism) presented “Using Web Tools to Enhance Research Services” and “Beyond the Conventional: The Institutional Repository as a Public Relations Tool” at the 8th Annual CUNY IT Conference at John Jay on December 4.
Jay Bernstein (Kingsborough) presented “The Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom Hierarchy and Its Antithesis” at the North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization held by the International Society for Knowledge Organization Chapter for Canada and the United States at Syracuse University, June 18-19. His presentation was facilitated by a LACUNY Professional Grant.
Beth Evans, Vyacheslav (Slava) Gurgov, Alex Rudshteyn, and Stephanie Walker (Brooklyn) presented “Web Information Management System (WIMS): Managing Websites, Licenses, and Other Applications without Programming” at the 8th Annual CUNY IT Conference at John Jay on December 4.
Brian Lym, Jean-Jacques Strayer, and Lauren Yannotta (Hunter) presented “The Information Literacy Commons: Integrating Middle States Standards across the Curriculum using Blackboard Communities” at the 8th Annual CUNY IT Conference at John Jay on December 4.
Karl Madden (Medgar Evers) presented “Cooperative Collection Development for Music Libraries” as part of the Experiences in University-Industry Cooperation session at the International Conference of Education, Research, and Innovation in Madrid on November 16.
Ann Matsuuchi (LaGuardia) presented “Wikipedia in the Classroom” at the 8th Annual CUNY IT Conference at John Jay on December 4.
Janet Butler Munch (Lehman) presented “At Home in the Bronx: Children at the New York Catholic Protectory 1865-1938″ at November programs sponsored by the East Bronx Historical Form and by the CUNY Institute for Irish-American Studies (CUNYIIAS). She also led the CUNYIIAS’s Book Club discussion of Stephanie Rains’ The Irish American in Popular Culture, 1945-2000.
Alycia Sellie (Brooklyn) served on the “Issues Forum: Get Published! Create Your Own (Unconventional) Opportunities” panel at Metro on October 14.
Michael Shannon (Lehman professor emeritus) presented “The 1215 Magna Carta and the Foundations of Freedom” to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Brooklyn Chapter, on September 19, at Fraunces Tavern to commemorate the 222nd Anniversary of Constitution Week.
Maura Smale (City Tech) and Jill Cirasella (Brooklyn) organized a session entitled “Not Content with the Same Old Content: Using Technology to Enhance and Deliver Content at CUNY Libraries” at the 8th Annual CUNY IT Conference at John Jay on December 4. During the session, Maura and Jody Rosen (Assistant Professor of English, City Tech) spoke about creating an open-access coursepack for an English composition class; Jill gave a presentation about the Brooklyn College online art catalog; and Eric Moy (College Laboratory Technician, LaGuardia) discussed his library’s streaming-media project.
Susan Thomas (Borough of Manhattan) and Alycia Sellie (Brooklyn), along with Jenna Freedman of Barnard, served on the panel “Zines : Institutional Collecting, Zine Makers, and the Fine Line of Art” at the NY Art Book Fair Conference on October.
Allie Verbovetskaya and Mariana Regalado (Brooklyn) gave a presentation on the online evaluation form for the LOOP, the online orientation for their library, to the Metro Bibliographic Instruction Special Interest Group at Metro on June 18.