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Kelly Durkin Ruth

United States Naval Academy
Engineering Librarian
Annapolis, MD
Kelly is the Research & Instruction Librarian for Engineering at the United States Naval Academy in lovely Annapolis, Maryland, where she liaises with students and faculty from four academic departments. Ask her about science information literacy, online learning, and the #PAMily.
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Thursday, November 7
 

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Displaying Your Impact, Protecting your Patrons: Ethical Use of Library Analytics to Understand User Success (Vendor Perspectives) Grand Ballroom 1, Gaillard CenterJohn McDonald • Michael Levine-Clark • Philip Faust • Trevor A. Dawes • Monica Rysavy • Russell Michalak The Time has come to talk…with ourselves: Through the Looking Glass, and what A.L.I.C.E (Assessing Library Institutional Commitment and Experience) found there Cooper Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelRegina Mays • Rachel Fleming-May • Greg Womac Assessing The Library: An Unquiet History, by Matthew Battles Citadel Green Room South, Embassy Suites HotelJoyce Dixon-Fyle • Azungwe Kwembe Evidenced-based Acquisition for Primary Source Content - A New Model for Access and Ownership Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelBrian C. Gray • Teresa Hazen • Lisa McDonald • Holly Talbott • Thomas H. Teper What Exactly Would You Like Tech Services To Do? Colonial Ballroom, Francis Marion HotelCharlie Sicignano • Corey Halaychik • Joe Marciniak Collecting to Disseminate: Awareness, Action, Assessment as a Three-Pronged Approach to Proving Academic Library Value through User-Centric Collection Work Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott HotelLiya Deng • Stan Trembach From Fakes to Facts: How Librarians Can Foster Critical Thinking Among All Students Salon II, Gaillard CenterRosalind Tedford • Kiren Shoman • Dan Chibnall • Sarah Morris • Amanda DiFeterici Ethics and the Archives: Panel discussion on historical and contemporary issues related to online discovery and use of historical information and archives Citadel Green Room North, Embassy Suites HotelJeff Moyer • Rebecca Hankins • Melissa Stoner • Chelcie Juliet Rowell • Thai Jones Great Expectations: Leading Libraries Through the Minefield of Continuous Change Salon I, Gaillard CenterDenise D Novak • Corey Seeman Leading from below: Influencing vendors and collection budget decisions as a subject liaison Cypress Ballroom North, Courtyard Marriott HotelSteve Cramer • Cynthia Cronin-Kardon • Min Tong Textbooks have many flavors: Understanding the complexities for students, instructors, publishers and libraries Laurens Room, Francis Marion HotelJulia Gelfand • John Brennan • CJ Ivory • Len Scoggins Stopwatch Sessions 4: E-collections Pinckney Room, Francis Marion HotelJack Montgomery • Kate Hill • Alexis Linoski • Jenifer Bartle • Tressa Santillo

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