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A Film Professor, A Biology Professor, and a Librarian Walk into a Learning Community

Adrienne Harmer, Georgia Gwinnett College
Elizabeth Harrison PhD., Georgia Gwinnett College
Danielle Williams PhD., Georgia Gwinnett College

Better Together: Changing the Model of Freshman English Instruction through Partnership

Karen Viars, Georgia Institute of Technology

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Beyond Information: New Literacies for Instruction Librarians

Jeremiah Mercurio, Fairfield University
Matt Bernstein, Fairfield University

Copyright Competencies, Fair Use, & Pedagogy: Preparing Today’s Student Teachers for Tomorrow’s Classroom

Amee H. Odom, Wingate University

Creating an environment of connectedness and cultural inclusiveness for non-native speakers of English in academic libraries

Bernadette Maria Lopez-Fitzsimmons, Manhattan College

Creating Buy-in Across Campus for Information Literacy

Michael Boone, Catawba Valley Community College
Staci Wilson, Catawba Valley Community College
Emily Whiteley, Catawba Valley Community College

Digital Storytelling: A New Approach to Teaching First-Year Composition Courses

Yvonne B. Wichman, Kennesaw State University

Don't Cancel That Class! Creating Opportunities for Library Instruction.

Vivian F. Bynoe, Armstrong State University

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Double Shots, Not Decaf! Going beyond the one-shot as an embedded librarian

Susanna R. Smith, Georgia Highlands College

Fake News is Not the Problem: Addressing Issues with Information Consumption in a Digital Environment

Brandy R. Horne, University of South Carolina - Aiken

Formative and Summative Assessment of Library Instruction (LI): Encouraging and supporting "reflective teaching" practices through peer observation

Bernadette Maria Lopez-Fitzsimmons, Manhattan College

From Information Literacy to Critical Thinking: Reaching and Teaching Millennials on a Community College Budget

Robert Womack, Catawba Valley Community College
Jason Earnhardt, Catawba Valley Community College

“‘Hit-it and Quit-It’ Or A Tactical Orientation to Digital Public Writing?”

Rik Hunter, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

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IL for Faculty: Partnership with College-wide Professional Development Departments

Cristy Moran, Broward Community College

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Implementing the ACRL Framework: Reflections from the Field

Don Latham, Florida State University
Melissa Gross, Florida State University
Heidi Julien, SUNY University at Buffalo

Improving Student Success: Arkansas State’s Partnership with Credo Reference and Regional High School

April Sheppard, Arkansas State University - Main Campus
Jeff Bailey, Arkansas State University - Main Campus

Informed Learning and the ACRL Framework: what faculty teach and how students learn.

Lorna M. Dawes, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Keepin’ It Real: Reflections on a Fake News Workshop

Aisha Conner-Gaten, Loyola Marymount University
Javier Garibay, Loyola Marymount University

Learning from Failure: Making the Feedback Loop Work

Natalie Bishop, Gardner-Webb University
Pam Dennis, Gardner-Webb University
Janet Land, Gardner-Webb University
Hannah Allford, Gardner-Webb University

Librarian – Faculty Collaborations: Information Literacy Instruction Across Campus

Eduardo Rivera Jr, Long Island University - C W Post Campus
Lawrence Paretta, Long Island University

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Librarian/Faculty partnerships in using library special collections to teach information literacy.

Paul C. Campbell, MLIS, Ohio University - Main Campus
Miriam Intrator, MSLS, Ph.D, Ohio University - Main Campus
Jennifer Fredette, Ph.D., Ohio University - Main Campus

Making it Stick: How a Faculty Book Group is Reshaping Courses Across the Curriculum

Pam Dennis, Gardner-Webb University
Janet Land, Gardner-Webb University

Mi Casa Es Su Casa: Supporting Student-Created, Collaborative Learning Environments with LibGuides CMS

Jeffrey M. Mortimore, Georgia Southern University
Ruth L. Baker

Moving From One-Shot Information Literacy Workshops to ePortfolios: Deepening Students’ Information Literacy Through Librarian-Faculty Partnerships

Alison Lehner-Quam 8096572, Lehman College
Wesley Pitts, Lehman College City University of New York

“Partnering to Understand Undergraduate Research and Writing Longitudinally”

Donna Scheidt
Cara Kozma, High Point University
Holly Middleton, High Point University
Kathy Shields, Wake Forest University

POGIL and IL: Paired Pedagogies

JANE L. NICHOLS, High Point University
John Linn, High Point University

Practice Makes Perfect: Creating Information Literacy Modules for Learning Management Systems

Paula L. Hickner, University of Kentucky
Elizabeth J. Weisbrod, Auburn University Main Campus

Program Evaluation: Diffusion from policy literature to improve assessment in information literacy instruction.

Seth Porter, Georgia Institute of Technology

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Promoting learning in the culturally diverse library instruction classroom: An active exploration

Chapel Cowden, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Research and Writing in the Disciplines: A Model for Faculty-Librarian Collaboration

Erika Scheurer, University of St. Thomas--St. Paul Minnesota
Talia Nadir, University of St. Thomas--St. Paul, Minnesota

Silo Busters: Building relationships across campus to provide information literacy in FYE programs

Samantha McNeilly, Auburn University, Montgomery

What are your faculty and students telling you about fake information? What can they teach us?

John L. Cruickshank, University of Georgia

Whose Job is it Anyway? Citation Support for Undergraduate Students in Academic Libraries

Brandy R. Horne, University of South Carolina - Aiken
Deborah Tritt, University of South Carolina - Aiken

Whose Job is it Anyway? Citation Support for Undergraduate Students in Academic Libraries

Brandy R. Horne, University of South Carolina - Aiken
Deborah Tritt, University of South Carolina - Aiken

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Who’s Evaluating the Evaluators? Cognitive Biases, Fake News, and Information Literacy

Jon C. Pope, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Kim Becnel, Appalachian State University

Yes, and... Building effective collaborations from simple requests

Jean Cook, University of West Georgia