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Windsor I & II [clear filter]
Tuesday, June 4
 

9:30am

ERM & KB Implementation
With more and more of our collections shifting from print to electronic, having a system in place to manage all of the complicated aspects of an electronic resource’s life cycle is more important than ever. The first group of MOBIUS libraries has now been implemented on Innovative’s ERM and Knowledge Base systems and we want to tell you all about it. Join us to learn more about these products and what they can do, as well as our experiences during implementation from the MOBIUS staff and library perspectives.

Part I of a two-part session

Speakers
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Tom Jacobson

Vice President, Executive Library Advocate and Strategist, Innovative
Tom brings a deep knowledge of industry practices with over 25 years of experience helping libraries maximize their systems and get meaningful results. After receiving his MLS  from the University of Maryland College Park, he built an impressive career at Innovative, learning about... Read More →
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Theresa Flett

Reference Librarian, St. Charles Community College
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Christina Virden

E-Resources Coordinator, MOBIUS



Tuesday June 4, 2019 9:30am - 10:20am
Windsor I & II

10:30am

ERM & KB The Future
This presentation is a continuation of ERM &  KB Implementation. Join us to learn more about ERM and Knowledge Base implementation from the library perspective and find out about Innovative Interfaces' plans for the future of electronic resources management.

Part II of a two-part session. 

Speakers
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Theresa Flett

Reference Librarian, St. Charles Community College
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Tom Jacobson

Vice President, Executive Library Advocate and Strategist, Innovative
Tom brings a deep knowledge of industry practices with over 25 years of experience helping libraries maximize their systems and get meaningful results. After receiving his MLS  from the University of Maryland College Park, he built an impressive career at Innovative, learning about... Read More →
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Christina Virden

E-Resources Coordinator, MOBIUS


Tuesday June 4, 2019 10:30am - 11:20am
Windsor I & II

12:50pm

Soaring into the Future: The MOBIUS Strategic Plan 2018-2021
The 2018-2021 MOBIUS Strategic Plan is the framework that guides the membership into the future. Join the MOBIUS Board President, Vice-President/President-Elect and Treasurer for a conversation on the strengths, opportunities, aspirations, and results from the 1st year of the strategic plan, as well as a look ahead.

Speakers
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Katie Marney

Library Director, Culver-Stockton College
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Valerie Darst

Director of the Library and ARC, Moberly Area Community College
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Laurie Hathman

Library Director, Rockhurst University


Tuesday June 4, 2019 12:50pm - 1:40pm
Windsor I & II

1:50pm

Information Literacy Mission Statements and the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education
In 2017, Western Kentucky University completely revamped the mission statement for their Information Literacy program. I was involved as the Research Instruction Coordinator and chair of the task force. We had several important goals, including ensuring that our IL program met the needs of the institution and that it fit into other university initiatives. More universal, however, was the need to integrate the mission and goals for IL with the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education and the Information Literacy VALUE Rubrics from the American Association of Colleges & Universities. During this process, we learned valuable lessons that can be replicated by academic libraries of any size. Some of these principles have already been used at Missouri Valley College.

Speakers
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Bryan Carson

Library Director, Missouri Valley College
I started at Missouri Valley College in July 2018 after 19 years at Western Kentucky University. I also worked at New York Public Library and Hamline University Law School (St. Paul, MN). Besides my MLS, I have a law degree and an Ed.D., and am knowledgeable about copyright law.


Tuesday June 4, 2019 1:50pm - 2:40pm
Windsor I & II

3:00pm

Supervising Student Workers in Access Services at Missouri S&T
For any of us who supervise student workers, we know that staying abreast of current trends and tools for efficiency and relevancy are a continuous process. In this session, I will share with you the policies, documents, and tools the Missouri S&T student employment team and I use for all aspects of supervision. Then, we will have time at the end to share best practices with each other. Even if you do not currently supervise student workers, please feel welcome to join us for this session.

Speakers
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Amanda Sauerwein

Circulation Coordinator, Curtis Laws Wilson Library, Missouri University of Science and Technology



Tuesday June 4, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Windsor I & II

4:00pm

Affordable Programming-Getting Bang for Your Buck
Over the course of the last year the library has offered many events and programs including Open House, Southern Welcome, Third Thursday community art event, Login at Your Library, Adulting 101 series, voter registration, National Library Week book end painting, Tea for Finals and Open Education Week. The library budgeted less than $1000 for all of this programming! How did the library do it? Used current resources! Some of the programming only required a table, paper, laptop and manpower. Partnerships are a must! Creating partnerships throughout the campus community enhances the library’s ability to provide such programming as Adulting 101, which includes budgeting and finance, housing, mental and physical health and job hunting. Working with other campus departments such as art and even daycare to provide free art displays. We will explore No Cost and Low Cost options and discuss wise investments. It is possible to provide affordable programming and do more with less.

Speakers
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Kayla Reed

Access Services Librarian, Missouri Southern State University
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Amber Carr

Assistant Library Director, Missouri Southern State University


Tuesday June 4, 2019 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Windsor I & II