A Sampling of Confirmed Presentation Titles

Individual Presentations

  • A Library Dissertation Boot Camp That Works: Takeaways from Dissertation Service Industry
  • Aligning Existing Library Services to Disciplinary Discourse Practices: Mapping the Intellectual Journeys of Graduate Students
  • Big Ideas, Individual Effort: Graduate Student Writing Retreats as Accelerator for Dissertation Completion
  • Data Management (or How I Learned to Love my Data): Reaching Graduate Students through a Responsible Conduct of Research Program
  • Featuring Graduate Student Works in the Institutional Repository
  • From Idea to Manuscript
  • Getting It Published: Transforming the Publishing Activities of STEM Graduate Students through a Collaborative Workshop Series
  • Graduate Students, Academic Integrity, and Library Orientation
  • Helping STEM Graduate Students Fall into Research
  • Leverage Campus Resources for First Year Graduate Student Outreach
  • Librarian at the Colloquium: Delivering Unique Library Content for PhD Students
  • One with the Force on a Cosmic Quest: Lessons Learned from Bootcamps
  • One Workshop, Many Locations: Meeting the Needs of Both On-Campus and Distance Students
  • Organizing and Promoting Campus-Wide Workshop
  • Professional Development Opportunities for Graduate Students: The Launch of a Speaker Series
  • Science Students and Student Researchers: Outreach Challenges Facing a Satellite Librarian
  • Somewhere between Rational and Irrational:  Creativity in the Graduate Research Process and Its Implications for Librarians
  • Students as Investigators: Utilizing Active Learning to Engage Genetic Counseling Students
  • Targeting Graduate Students with a Scholarly Communications Program
  • Using Active Learning To Build A Foundation For Bioinformatics Training
  • Developing the Community of Researchers: A Rrole of an Academic Librarian

Panels

  • Tailoring Boot Camps to Graduate Student Needs
  • What Happens When You Assume: Identifying Graduate Student Information Literacy Support Needs
  • You Are Not Alone: Facilitating a Holistic Graduate Academic Experience through a Dissertation Writing Workshop
  • Money Matters: Academic Library Scholarship and Funding Initiatives for Graduate Students

Posters

  • Assessing Education Needs of Graduate Students for Data Management
  • Brainwork in the Research Lifecycle: Idea Development Activity with SCAMPER
  • Graduate Copyright Education as Professional Development
  • Supporting MBA Students in a Team-based Experiential Learning Environment
  • Surfacing Services for Students As Scholars: A Case Study
  • Unabridged: A Master Class in Library Research
  • Where They Lead, I Will Follow

Roundtables

  • First Year Library Experience for Graduate Students
  • Pathways to Possibilities: Graduate Liaison Partnerships

Workshops

  • Copyright for Graduate Students
  • Fake Journals and Conferences: What to Know about the Faux
  • Finding Sources for the Literature Review
  • Introduction to LaTeX
  • The Graduate Student Jeopardy Game
  • The Library and Graduate Faculty Collaboration: Curriculum Development at Small Universities
  • There's a Reason It's Like That: "Life Hacks" for Graduate Students Navigating Disciplinary Literature
  • Train the Trainer: Introduction to Systematic Reviews

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