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  • Marissa shares scenario 1Marissa Ball, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Florida International UniversityMarissa C. Ball, Emerging Technologies Librarian at Florida International University serves as the liaison to the Women’s Studies Center offering instruction and collection development services. Additionally, she serves as Chair of the FIU Faculty Senate Technology Committee and as ACRL Representative on ALA’s Web Advisory Committee. Her varied responsibilities in emerging technologies, social media, and Women’s Studies are also reflected in her research interests which include women in film, gender and technology and techno-feminism. Marissa received a Bachelor of Arts in English (with a concentration in Gender Studies and a minor in Women’s Studies) from the University of Florida and a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida.
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  • Elizabeth talks about QR codesElisabeth is the Associate Dean of Library Services at Western Carolina University. She has held positions at the University of California, San Diego and Wake Forest University. She teaches management for San Jose State University and marketing for the American Library Association. She has an MSLS from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and an MBA from Wake Forest University….and has an abiding interest in innovation!
  • Evaluation stepsHow it fits into the big pictureStrategies to make the case that it is neededMeasure of internal impact
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  • David shares second point, how one thing leads to anotherDavid Ratledge is the Head of Systems at the University of Tennessee Libraries. He is interested in all aspects of emerging technologies, but especially emerging technologies related to search and discovery systems, mobile technologies, and artificial intelligence.
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  • Bohyun social media experienceBohyun Kim is the Digital Access Librarian at Florida International University Medical Library in Miami, FL. She has worked in various areas such as web services, e-resources management, digitization, reference, and instructional technologies. She has particular interests in library innovation and emerging technologies
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  • Gwen Evans is Assistant Professor and the Coordinator of Library Information and Emerging Technologies at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. She received her M.S. in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 2002 (LEEP 5.0) and has an M.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Chicago. Her research interests are user behavior in digital environments, non-textual discovery and access methods in the library, and emerging technologies in information seeking.
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  • Lost in Translation
    The Emerging Technology Librarian and New Technology
    Sponsored by LITA Emerging Technologies Interest Group
    Sunday, June 26, 8-10 am
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  • Agenda
    Share 5 scenarios:
    • I Just came back from a conference and saw…
    • It’s shiny and I want it… now!
    • And while you’re at it, paint the house.
    • That’s great, but who’s going to do it?
    • Now Let’s create Buy-In!
    Open Floor Discussion:
    Have personal problems or concerns? Ask the Panel!
    Moderated by Kathryn Munson, Assistant Access Services Librarian, Southeastern Louisiana University
  • I just came back from a conference and saw…
    Scenario 1 presented by: Marissa Ball
    Emerging Technologies Librarian
    Florida International University
  • I just came back from a conference and saw…Panel Questions
    How can we prepare for the post-conference clamor?
    How do we allow for flexibility of new initiatives while maintaining a technology direction and plan?
  • It’s shiny and I want it…Now
    Scenario 2 presented by: Elisabeth Leonard
    Associate Dean of Library Services
    Western Carolina University
  • It’s shiny and I want it…NowPanel Questions
    What are the next steps to implementing the new technology?
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  • And while you’re at it, paint the house
    Scenario 3 presented by: David Ratledge
    Associate Professor & Head, Systems
    The University of Tennessee Libraries
  • And while you’re at it, paint the housePanel Questions
    What do you do when one project keeps leading to another (project creep)?
    How firm should the priorities list be when the request is coming from administration?
    How do you set realistic timelines and expectations?
  • That’s great, but who’s going to do it?
    Scenario 4 presented by: Bohyun Kim
    Digital Access Librarian
    Florida International University Medical Library
  • That’s great, but who’s going to do it? Panel Questions
    Who is responsible for content generation and continuous updates and upkeep after the project completion?
    How can Technology librarians cope with chain-of-command issues?
    How will the project be evaluated and reviewed on an ongoing basis?
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  • Now let’s Create Buy-In!
    Scenario 5 presented by: Gwen Evans
    Coordinator, Library Information and Emerging Technologies
    Bowling Green State University
  • Library Sleevefacing
    http://blogs.bgsu.edu/librarysleevefacing/
  • Now Let’s create Buy-in!Panel Questions
    How do we balance being spontaneous and creative, with having administration/library approval?
    How do you create a culture of innovation? How to manage a space of experimentation?
  • What’s Your Story?
    Scenario You: Get insight from our panel of experts
  • Have further questionsor comments?Fill out the Evaluation form online at: XXX