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University Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations and Publications During 2009-2010

Bazirjian, Rosann

Bazirjian, R. (2010). Closing the diversity gap in LIS education and librarianship. Presented to the Association for Library and Information Science Education, Boston, MA.

Bazirjian, R. (2010). The Pace Library Initiatives: A true lesson in regional collaboration. Presented at Academic Librarian 2: Singing in the Rain, Conference towards Future Possibilities, Hong Kong, China.

Bazirjian, R. & Bessler, J. (2010). Perspectives on leadership. Library leadership and management, 24(1), 23-29.


Bernhardt, Beth

Bernhardt, B. (2009). Pay-per-view options: Is transactional access right for my institution? Presented at the ALA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Bernhardt, B. (2009). Presentations skills. Presented at the University Libraries Brown Bag Series, UNC Greensboro, Greensboro, NC.

Bernhardt, B., Day, R. & Boissy, B. (2009). Swingin' with the pendulum: Facing cancellations in the age of e-journal packages. Presented at the ALA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Bernhardt, B., Schell, L., Luther, J., & Campbell, H. (2010) Innovation by necessity. Presented at the ALA Midwinter Meeting, Boston. MA.


Brandsma, Terry

Brandsma, T. (2010). API after dark: Using Excel to automatically total item circ data by title (or other constant data). Presented at the COSUGI 2010 Annual Conference Lake Buena Vista, FL.

Brandsma, T. (2010). System administration (Windows) sharing session. Presented at the COSUGI 2010 Annual Conference, Lake Buena Vista, FL.


Bucknall, Tim

Bucknall, T. (2009). Carolina Consortium deals for 2009. Presented at the Carolina Consortium Annual Meeting, Greensboro, NC.

Bucknall, T. (2009). A comparative evaluation of journal literature access options at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Interlending and document supply, 37(3), 140-143.

Bucknall. T. & Chow, A. (2009). Usabilty engineering and technology integration in libraries. Presented at the Science in Society Conference, Cambridge.

Bucknall. T. & Chow, A. (2009). Usability engineering and technology integration in libraries. International Journal of Science in Society, 1(3), 81-90.

Bucknall, T. (2010). Building our own future. Presented at the Western Carolina University Library Strategic Planning Meeting, Cullowhee, NC.

Bucknall, T. (2010). Carolina Consortium deals for 2010. Presented at the Carolina Consortium Annual Meeting, Greensboro, NC.

Bucknall, T. (2010). If the OPAC is dead, when is the funeral? Speculations on the future of the library catalog. Presented at the North Carolina Sirsi Users' Group Meeting, Greensboro, NC.


Conger, Mary Jane

Conger, M.J. (2009). Everything (well almost everything) you wanted to know about annual reviews, SEDONA, reappointment and tenure process. Presented at the University Libraries Brown Bag Series, Greensboro, NC.

Conger, M.J. & Baker, A.M. (2009). Making a library: Cataloging print and sustainable sample materials. Presented at the Interior Design Educators Council South Regional Conference, Raleigh, NC.


Conger, Mary Jane and Anne Marie Taber

Conger, M.J. & Taber, A.M. (2010). Relevance recognized: Value-added cataloging for departmental and digital collections. Cataloging and classification quarterly. (Accepted, in press)


Cox, Richard, Lynda Kellam, and Hannah Winkler

Cox, R., Kellam, L., & Winkler, H. (2009). Hacking Blackboard: Customizing access to library resources through the Blackboard course management system. Journal of web librarianship, 3(4), 349-363.


Cramer, Steve

Cramer, S. & Williamson, N. (2009) Export odyssey (Rev. ed.). Greensboro, NC: UNC Greensboro.

Cramer, S., Myrden, S., & Williamson, N. (2009). Enhancing governmentally-sponsored export trade promotions through better segmentation of the market of a state's manufacturing concerns. International trade journal, 23(3), 258-300.

Cramer, S., Scanlon, M., Wheeless, K., & Thomas, M. (2009). A place at the table: Business research skills to support small businesses, entrepreneurs & economic development (preconference). Presented at the North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference, Greenville, NC.


Crowe, Kathy

Crowe, K. (2009). LibQual+ Share Fair. Presented at the ALA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Crowe, K. (2009). Student affairs connection: Marketing libraries through co-curricular activities. Presented at the ALA Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Crowe, K. (2010). Student affairs connection: Marketing libraries through co-curricular activities. Presented at the Librarians' Association at UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Conference (LAUNC-CH), Chapel Hill, NC.

Crowe, K. (2010). Student affairs connection: Promoting the library through co-curricular activities. Collaborative librarianship. (Accepted)


Crowe, Kathy and Michael Crumpton

Crowe, K. & Crumpton, M. (2009). Utilizing library space for learning opportunities. Presented at the North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference, Greenville, NC.


Crowe, Kathy, Mary Krautter, and Amy Harris

Crowe, K., Krautter, M., & Harris, A. (2010). Developing faculty workshops for integrating writing and research into the course curriculum. Presented at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC.


Crumpton, Michael

Crumpton, M. (2009). Creating the toolbox. Presented at the Library Management Institute, Glenside, PA.

Crumpton, M. (2009). Going green in the library: It's not just for contractors. Against the grain, 21(4), 34-38.

Crumpton, M. (2009). Growing an organization to grow itself. Presented at the Library Management Institute, Glenside, PA.

Crumpton, M. (2009) If the library were a business, would it be profitable? How businesses go beyond numbers. In D. Orcutt (Ed.), Library data: Empowering practice and persuasion. Santa Barbara, CA: Librarians Unlimited.

Crumpton, M. & Dickey, E. (2009). Painting with a broad brush: Valuing the competencies of the community college library staff. Presented at the North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference, Greenville, NC.

Crumpton, M. & Scanlon, M. (2010). Collaborating to support entrepreneurism. Collaborative librarianship. (Accepted)


Crumpton, Michael and Mary Krautter

Crumpton, M. & Krautter, M. (2009). Weeding with a repurpose. Presented at the Charleston Conference, Charleston, SC.

Crumpton, M. & Krautter, M. (2009). Weeding with a repurpose. Presented at the Kentucky Library Association Annual Conference, Louisville, KY.


Crumpton, Mike and Rachel Stinehelfer

Stinehelfer, R. & Crumpton, M. (2009). Internships, residencies, and fellowships: Putting time- limited appointments in succession planning. In Recruitment, Development, and Retention of Information Professionals: Trends in Human Resources and Knowledge Management. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.


Dale, Jenny, Amy Harris, and Lynda Kellam

Dale, J., Harris, A., & Kellam, L. (2010). Classroom 2.0: Bringing interactivity into library instruction. Presented at the Metrolina Library Association Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC.


Dew, Stephen

Dew, S. (2010). Surviving budget reductions and solving space problems by using electronic- access strategies: The case at UNC Greensboro. Presented at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference, Austin, TX.


Dorsey, Sarah

Dorsey, S. (2009). MLA EOP three hour workshop on music collection development. Presented to the Music Library Association, Southeast Chapter, New Orleans, LA.

Dorsey, S. (2009). Nadia Boulanger and Louise Talma: Portrait of a relationship. Presented at the International Association of Music Libraries and International Musicological Society, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Dorsey, S. (2009). Never waste a crisis: How the economic downturn is greening us all. Presented to the Music Library Association, Southeast Chapter, New Orleans, LA.


Filar-Williams, Beth

Filar-Williams, B. (2009). Review of the campus collaborative tools strategy at UC Berkeley. Collaborative librarianship, 1(3), 118.

Filar-Williams, B. (2010). Creating a green environment at your library. Presented at Southwest Days, Durango, CO.

Filar-Williams, B. (2010). Green libraries 2.0. In M. Antonelli & M. McCullough (Eds.), Greening libraries. Duluth, MN: Library Juice Press.


Griffith, Cathy

Griffith, C. (2010). Access services department back up circulation manual. University Libraries In-House Training and/or Presentations, Greensboro, NC.

Griffith, C. (2010). Security guard's desk staff training manual and training for reference and instructional services staff. University Libraries In-House Training and/or Presentations, Greensboro, NC.


Harris, Amy and Lynda Kellam

Harris, A. & Kellam, L. (2009). Assessment is more than just a buzz word: Assessing the retention of information literacy skills. Presented at the Metrolina Library Association Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC.

Harris, A. & Kellam, L. (2009). Technology petting zoo. Presented at the North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference, Greenville, NC.


Harris, Amy and Jenny Dale

Harris, A. & Dale, J. (2009). Libguides implementation: A guided tour. Presented at the Metrolina Library Association Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC.


Kellam, Lynda

Kellam, L., Giesbrecht, W., Tao, M., & Thompson, K. (2010). Data reference in depth. Presented at the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology Conference, Ithaca, NY.

Kellam, L. (2010). Go screencasting go!: Creating screencast tutorials to support data products.Presented at the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology, Ithaca, NY.

Kellam, L. (2009). Intellectual property: Everything the digital librarian needs to know (book review). Public services quarterly,5(2).

Kellam, L., West, A., & Peter, K. (2010). Toy story: Social networking in dataland. Presented at the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology Conference, Ithaca, NY.


Kellam, Lynda and Beth Filar-Williams

Kellam, L. & Filar-Williams, B. (2010). Productivity tools. Presented at Computers in Libraries, Washington, DC, 2010.


Kellam, Lynda, Beth Filar-Williams, Amy Harris, and Hannah Winkler

Kellam, L., Filar-Williams, B., Harris, A., & Winkler, H. (2010). Instructional technology: It's a team thing. Presented at Computers in Libraries, Washington, DC.


Koelsch, Beth Ann

Koelsch, B. (2009). 2009 Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project Annual Women Veterans Luncheon, Greensboro, NC.

Koelsch, B. (2009). Instructional uses for high school students of primary sources at UNC Greensboro Archives. Workshop for Guilford County High School Teachers, Greensboro, NC.

Koelsch, B. A. (2010). Are you interested in telling your story? Women marine's gazette.

Koelsch, B. A. (2010). Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project Newsletter, 4, UNC Greensboro.

Koelsch, B. A. (2010). Discovering the contributions of women veterans: The Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. North Carolina libraries online. (Accepted)

Koelsch, B. A. (2010). The research and instructional uses of realia in academic library archival collections. Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists, 7(2), 2-25.


Krautter, Mary, Amy Harris, and Kathy Crowe

Krautter, M., Harris, A., Crowe, K., & Littlejohn, S. (2010). Developing faculty workshops for integrating writing and research into the course curriculum. Presented at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC.


Krautter, Mary and Nancy Ryckman

Krautter, M. & Ryckman, N. (2009). Resumes and cover letters. Presentation to UNCG Library Science graduate students, Greensboro, NC.


Krautter, Mary and Christine Fischer

Krautter, M. & Fischer, C. (2009). Working together: Public and technical services perspectives. In T. Diamind (Ed.), Middle management in academic and public libraries. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.


Lutz, Kimberly

Lutz, K. (2009). Entrepreneurial Conference for Librarians [meeting report]. Against the grain.


Miller, Barry

Miller, B. & Cromity, J. (2009). Reinventing ourselves for success. Information outlook, 13(8), 28-31.


Nelson, Mac

Nelson, M. (2009). Cataloging sound recordings. Presented with Nara Newcomer at the North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference, Greenville, NC.

Nelson, M. (2010). The cello music cataloger as program builder. Cataloging and classification quarterly. (Accepted)

Nelson, M. (2010). The extraordinary career and collection of Vahdah Olcott-Bickford. Presented at Music Library Association Conference, San Diego, CA.


Schumacher, Mark

Schumacher, M. (2010). Amy Sacker, artist and binding designer in Boston circa 1900. Presented in the Strong College Faculty Research Lecture Series, Greensboro, NC.

Schumacher, M. (2010). Distance education bibliography. ACRL Distance Learning Section [Online]. (Accepted)


Taber, Anne Marie

Taber, A.M. (2010). Carolina Coronado's libertad. In T. Wayne (Ed.), History of Feminist Thought. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press.

Taber, A.M. & Early, M. (2010). Evolving in collaboration: Electronic thesis and dissertation workflows in North Carolina. Collaborative librarianship, 2(1), 4-18.


Trojanowski, Hermann

Trojanowski, H. (2009). The Carter Women Veterans Historical Project at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. North Carolina libraries online, 67(2), 29-32.

Trojanowski, H. (2009). Greensboro VOICES: Documenting the civil rights movement in Greensboro, North Carolina. Dialogue: Newsletter of the Oral History Section of the Society of American Archivists, 5(2), 9-10.