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  • 1. Lynda Kellam UNCG, Jackson Library, PO Box 26170, Greensboro NC 27402-6170 lmkellam@uncg.edu Education • University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Master of Library and Information Studies, 2007 • University of Wisconsin-Madison, Master of Arts in Political Science, 2000 o Concentrations: Comparative Politics, Politics and History of Southeastern Europe, Women & Politics • University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, 1997 (summa cum laude) o Minors: Russian Studies and European Studies Library Experience University Libraries, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Data Services and Government Information Librarian May 2007-present • Provide specialized reference consultations and instruction for numeric data and government sources to faculty and students. • Provide specialized reference consultations and course-integrated library instruction sessions for the Department of Political Science, Environmental Studies program, Pre-Law program and Conflict and Peace Studies program. • Serve as collection development liaison to the Department of Political Science, Environmental Studies program, Pre-Law program and Conflict and Peace Studies program. • Create and maintain web resources, such as research guides, tutorials and blogs, for specialized political science, data and government sources. • Serve as UNCG’s Official Representative to the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research. • Provide oversight for the Libraries’ Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) and North Carolina state collections and supervise documents staff. • Provide training to reference interns and library staff on data and government resources. • Served as co-coordinator of the Reference and Instructional Services Intern Program, which involves hiring, training, supervision, and evaluation of Library and Information Studies graduate student interns. 2008-2013 • Managed Reference and Instructional Services practicum program and supervise participants. 2008-2013 • Assist with first year instruction program as necessary by teaching library instruction sessions to English 101, Communication Studies 105, and Foundations for Learning 100 students. University Libraries, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Library Technical Assistant II Jan. 2006–May 2007 1
  • 2. • Managed web-based subject guides for Department of Political Science and the graduate school’s Conflict Resolution program. • Designed publicity materials including posters, brochures, and logos for Reference Department and other divisions using Microsoft Publisher and Adobe Photoshop. • Designed and maintained websites using Dreamweaver for the Reference Department, the Friends of the Library organization, and the Libraries’ Speakers Series. • Assisted Reference Department staff with hardware and software technology issues. • Provided reference service for library patrons through phone, instant messaging, and reference desk duties, using online and print reference and government information sources. Teaching Experience Department of Political Science, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Adjunct Lecturer, PSC 240: The International System August 2011 – present University Studies Program, University of North Carolina at Greensboro Instructor, University Studies 101 August – Dec. 2010 Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison Teaching Assistant, Politics of Multicultural Societies Sept. – Dec. 2000 Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison Teaching Assistant, International Relations Theory Jan. – May 1999 Publications BOOK • Kellam, L. & Peter, K. (2011). Numeric data services and sources for the general reference librarian. Oxford: Chandos Publications. BOOK CHAPTERS • Kellam, L. (2014). Professional Associations and You. Making the Most of Your Library Career. Chicago: American Library Association. Invited chapter. • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2013). Productive to the Core: Core Competencies and the Productive Librarian. Ed. Carol Smallwood, Lisa Fraser and Jason Kuhl. Time and Project Management Strategies for Librarians. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. • Shields, K. & Kellam, L. (2011). Generation X Mentoring Millennials. Ed. Martin K. Wallace, Rebecca Tolley-Stokes and Erik Sean Estep. The Generation X librarian: Essays on leadership, technology, pop culture, social responsibility and professional identity. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co. ARTICLES 2
  • 3. • Peter, K. & Kellam, L. (2013). Statistics & the Single Girl: Incorporating Statistical Literacy into Information Literacy Instruction. LOEX Quarterly 40(1): 2-3, 10. • Kellam, L. (2012). Help! I’m an accidental government information librarian. FDLP Connection 2(2). http://www.fdlp.gov/home/fdlpnews/newletters/archive/view/listid-2-connect/mailid-22-vol2issue2 • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2012).The incredible embeddable librarian. Library Media Connection 30(4), 30- 31, 51. • Hayslett, M. & Kellam, L. (2009/2010). The American Community Survey: Benefits and challenges. IASSIST Quarterly, 33/34 (1 & 2), 31-39. • Kellam, L., Cox, R. & Winkler, H. (2009). Hacking Blackboard: Customizing access to library resources through the Blackboard Course Management System. Journal of Web Librarianship 3(4), 349-363. BOOK REVIEWS • Kellam, L. (2010). The who, what, and where of America: Understanding the American Community Survey (Book Review). Documents to the People 38(3), 34. • Kellam, L. (2009, April-June). Intellectual property: Everything the digital-age librarian needs to know (book review). Public Services Quarterly 5(2), 133-134. • Kellam, L. (2008, December). Teaching information literacy: A conceptual approach (book review). Public Services Quarterly 4(4), 370-372. • Additional book reviews available at Lyndamk’s Reads: http://lyndamkreads.wordpress.com/ Presentations • Kellam, L. (2014, May). Don’t fear the data: Statistical literacy and information literacy instruction. Presented at The Innovative Library Classroom Conference, Radford, VA. • Kellam, L. (2013, June). Going where the user takes us: Instruction beyond the library classroom. Invited presentation for the American Library Association Annual conference, Chicago, IL. • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2013, June). Lost in emotion: Emotional Intelligence and the teaching librarian. Presented at the Metrolina Library Association's 6th Annual Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC. • Dale, J., Kellam, L. & Pressley, L. (2013, April). Building a Dream Team: Library Personas in the 21st Century Library. Presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries National Conference, Indianapolis, IN. • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2013, February). I Second that Emotion: Teaching with Emotional Intelligence. Presented at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC. • Kellam, L. (2012, October). Promoting ICPSR @ UNCG. Invited virtual presentation for the ICPSR Data Fair. • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2012, June). Beyond the basics: Effective and engaging information library instruction for upper-level students. Presented at Metrolina Library Association's 6th Annual Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC. • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2012, February). Information literacy scaffolding: Constructing knowledge in the library classroom and beyond. Presented at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC. • Kellam, L. & Cramer, S. (2011, October). “Do we really need to pay for this anymore?” The best free v. fee sources for statistics and country research. Presented at the North Carolina Library Association’s 59th Biennial Conference on behalf of BLINC: Business Librarianship in North Carolina, Hickory, NC. 3
  • 4. • Kellam, L., Harris, A., Pressley, L., & Sanders, M. (2011, October). Patrons left to their own devices: Library databases and e-readers. Presented at the North Carolina Library Association 59th Biennial Conference on behalf of Reference and Adult Services Section, Hickory, NC. • Kellam, L. Harris Houk, A. & Dale, J. (2011, August). Love in an elevator: Exploring new presentation formats. Presented at the 2nd Annual ShareAcademy, Charlotte, NC. • Kellam, L. Harris, A. & Shields, K. (2011, June). Reference training for a new generation: UNCG’s intern program. Poster session presented at the 6th Annual Metrolina Library Association Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC. • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2011, June). We r in yr dormz, helpn yer rsrch. Presented at Metrolina Library Association's 6th Annual Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC. • Kellam, L. & Dale, J. (2011, May). Living and learning with the library: Outreach to campus learning communities. Presented at the LAUNC-CH Research Forum, Chapel Hill, NC. • Kellam, L. (2011, May). One size fits none: Embedded data librarianship. Presented at the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada. • Kellam, L. (2011, May). Fight for your right!: Marketing data and data resources to non-data users. Presented at International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology, Vancouver, Canada. • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2011, March). On the front lines: New opportunities for embedded librarianship. Presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries National Virtual Conference. • Kellam, L. (2011, March). Embedded: The in-house librarian program. Presented at The Conference for Entrepreneurial Librarians: From Vision to Implementation, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. • Harris Houk, A., Dale, J., & Kellam, L. (2011, February). Power to the students. Presented at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching, Greensboro, NC. • Kellam, L. (2010, November). America’s most wanted. Presented at the ICPSR Social Sciences Data Fair, Virtual. • Harris, A., & Kellam, L. (2010, September). Free web tools: Productivity, communication, and instruction, oh my! Presented at Digital Reference Tools and Technologies, Raleigh, NC. • Dale, J., Harris, A. & Kellam, L. (2010, June). Classroom 2.0: Bringing interactivity into library instruction. Presented at Metrolina Library Association 5th Annual Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC. • Giesbrecht, W., Kellam, L., Tao, M., Thompson, K., & West, A. (2010, May). Data reference in depth. Presented at International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology, Ithaca, New York. • Kellam, L. & Filar Williams, B. (2010, April). Productivity tools. Presented at Computers in Libraries, Alexandria, VA. • Kellam, L. Filar Williams, B., Harris, A., & Winkler, H. (2010, April). Instructional technology: It’s a team thing. Presented at Computers in Libraries, Alexandria, VA. • Harris, A. & Kellam, L. (2009, October). Technology petting zoo. Presented at the North Carolina Library Association’s 58th Biennial Conference on behalf of the Reference and Adult Services Section, Greenville, NC. • Harris, A. & Kellam, L. (2009, June). Assessment is more than just a buzz word: Assessing the retention of information literacy skills. Presented at Metrolina Library Association 4th Annual Information Literacy Conference, Charlotte, NC. • Kellam, L. & Cox, R. (2009, April). Hacking Blackboard: Customized content portals. Presented at Computers in Libraries, Alexandria, VA. 4
  • 5. • Kellam, L. & Cox, R. (2009, March). Outreach and personalization: UNCG's approach. Invited presentation at Librarians' Association at UNC-Chapel Hill Spring Conference (LAUNC-CH), Chapel Hill, NC. • Kellam, L., Fu, S., & Metcalf, S. (2009, March). Get it while it's hot: Developing data services in the academic library. Presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries National Conference, Seattle, WA. • Kellam, L. & Harris, A. (2008, November). Survey Says?: Assessing library instruction through Blackboard. Presented at the Library Instruction 2.0 Conference, Chapel Hill, NC. • Kellam, L. & Cox, R. (2008, May). Delivering a service-oriented architecture within a Blackboard framework. Invited presentation at Triangle/Triad Instructional Technology Meeting, Greensboro, NC. • Kellam, L., Fu, S., & Metcalf, S. (2008, May). Something new, borrowed, and blue: Comparing experiences in developing data services. Presented at the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology, Palo Alto, CA. • Kellam, L. & Cox, R. (2008, April). Customizing Blackboard. Presented at Computers in Libraries, Alexandria, VA. • Harris, A. & Kellam, L.(2008, April). The Del.icio.us Web: A feast of free web tools. Presented at the North Carolina Community College Learning Resources Association Conference, Wilkesboro, NC. • Kellam, L., Harris, A., & Rice, S. (2007, October). The wonderful world of wikis and widgets: A free-for- all in cyberspace. Presented at the North Carolina Library Association’s 57th Biennial Conference on behalf of the Community and Junior College Libraries Section, Hickory, NC. • Kellam, L. & Bucknall, T. (2007, June). Breaking the barriers. Presented at the Triangle Area Library Association forum on Library 2.0 projects, Greensboro, NC. • Kellam, L., & Cox, R. (2007, May). Blackboard integration project. Presented at Journal Finder Users Group meeting, Greensboro, NC. • Harris, A. & Kellam, L. (2007, May). Who is Irma?: Reshaping the library’s image through play. Poster session presented at LAUNC-CH Research Forum, Chapel Hill, NC. Workshops • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2013, April). Higher Learning: Effective and Engaging Information Literacy Instruction for Upper-Level Students. Presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries National Conference, Indianapolis, IN. o Winner of the ACRL People’s Choice Award for best workshop at ACRL 2013 Conference • Kellam, L. & Peter, K. (2013, April). Data on the Run: Data and Statistical Sources for Reference and Instruction. Presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries National Conference, Indianapolis, IN. • Dale, J. & Kellam, L. (2011, December) Calendaring and scheduling tools. Workshop presented to University Libraries staff and Library and Information Studies Students via Elluminate, virtual. • Kellam, L. (2011, November). Time management basics. Workshop presented to UNCG faculty and staff via Elluminate, virtual. • Kellam, L. (2011, August). American FactFinder 2.0. Workshop presented to the BLINC: Business Librarianship in North Carolina section of the North Carolina Library Association, Boone, NC. • Kellam L. (2011, March). Time management basics. Workshop presented to UNCG Libraries faculty and staff, Greensboro, NC. • Kellam, L. (2010, March). Introduction to Creative Commons. Workshop presented to UNCG faculty and staff via Elluminate, virtual. 5
  • 6. • Kellam, L. (2010, September). Preparing to know and go into the community: Locating key information for community engaged teaching and scholarship. Workshop presented to UNCG staff and students on behalf of the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning, Greensboro, NC. • Kellam, L. (2010, May). Go screencasting go!: Creating screencast tutorials to support data products. Presented at International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology, Ithaca, New York. • Kellam, L. & Peter, K. (2009, May). Data librarians represent!: Integrating data services into the social science research process. Workshop presented at the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology, Tampere, Finland. • Kellam, L., Pressley, L., Womack, H.D., Harris, A., & Hirst, E. (2008, August). High tech, low cost technology and trends workshop. Workshop presented by the Technology and Trends Roundtable of the North Carolina Library Association, Elon, NC. • Kellam, L. & Harris, A. (2008, June). Web 2.0 and you! Invited workshop presented for the library staff at Alamance Community College, Haw River, NC. • Kellam, L. & Harris. A. (2008, February). Networking is not a four-letter word: Selling yourself in the library world. Workshop presented to the Library and Information Studies Student Association, Greensboro, NC. Professional Affiliations International Affiliations International Association for Social Science Information Service & Technology (IASSIST), 2007-present • Administrative Committee o USA At-Large Committee Member, 2013-present o Co-Chair, Professional Development Committee, 2012-present • Conference Planning Committee o Member and workshop organizer for 2012,. 2013, & 2014 conference o Member and organizer of poster session for 2010 & 2011 conference • Publications Committee, member, 2008-present o IASSIST Quarterly (IQ), article reviewer for quarterly journal, 2008-present National Affiliations American Library Association, 2004-present • International Relations Office o Member, Near East and South Asia Subcommittee, 2011-2013 • Association of College and Research Libraries o Law and Political Science Section  Chair, 2013-2014  Vice-Chair/Chair-Elect, 2012-2013  Member, Membership Committee, 2010-2011  Member, Nominating Committee, 2010-2011 • Government Documents Round Table o Co-Chair, Education Committee, 2012 - 2014 o Secretary, State and Local Documents Task Force, 2011-2012 6
  • 7. o Webmaster, Education Committee, 2010 – present o Member, Education Committee, 2009 - 2010 o Member, Conference Planning Committee, 2008-2009 State Affiliations North Carolina Library Association, 2006 – present • Government Resources Section, 2007-present o Chair, 2011-2013 o Vice-Chair & Chair-Elect, 2009-2011 o Secretary-Treasurer, 2007-2009 • Business Librarianship in North Carolina, 2008-present • Reference and Adult Services Section, 2009-2013 o Executive Committee, College and University Director, 2009-2013 University Service • Strategic Goal 3.4 Implementation Committee, 2013-present • Faculty Teaching and Learning Center Advisory Board, 2013-present • Information Literacy Council, 2009-present • Phi Beta Kappa Executive Committee (North Carolina Epsilon Chapter), 2008-present • University Curriculum Committee, 2008-2011 Library Service • Peer Evaluation and Tenure Committee, August 2013-present • Search Committee for Research Support Coordinator, October 2013-Janury 2014 • Social Science Liaison Team, Chair, 2013-2014 • Scholarly Communications Team, 2013-present • Assessment Team, September 2008-present • Search Committee for Research Support Coordinator, March 2013-June 2013 • Service Models Task Force, May 2012-March 2013 • Search Committee for Digital Projects Coordinator Position, Chair, January 2010-April 2010 • Digital Media Taskforce, 2009-2010 • Database Evaluation Team, January 2008-present • Instructional Technology Team, October 2007-July 2013 • Marketing Committee, September 2007- September 2010 • Government Documents Taskforce, Chair, July 2007-June 2008 • Collection Management Committee, October 2006-July 2013 • Search Committee for Head of Reference and Instructional Services Department, September 2006-March 2007 • Library & Information Studies Department & University Libraries Speakers Series Committee, August 2006-June 2007 7
  • 8. Library and Information Studies Department Service • Library and Information Studies Alumni Association, 2007-present o Communications Officer, 2009-present • Library & Information Studies Student Association (LISSA), 2004-2007 o President, 2006-2007 o Member, 2004-2007 Honors and Awards • ACRL People’s Choice Award for Best Workshop, entitled “Higher Learning: Effective and Engaging Information Literacy Instruction for Upper-Level Students”, co-presented with Jenny Dale at the ACRL 2013 National Conference. • UNCG’s School of Education Early Career Award. Awarded in April 2013. • American Library Association’s Emerging Leaders Program, Selected to participate in the Emerging Leaders class of 2010 with Government Documents Round Table sponsorship. ALA Emerging Leaders is a leadership development program for new librarians. • UNCG International Programs Travel Award, Awarded to attend the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology Annual Conference in Tampere, Finland, May 2009. • UNCG New Faculty Mentoring Program, Awarded to attend the International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology Annual Conference in Tampere, Finland, May 2009. • NC State Library Career Enrichment Award, Awarded to attend the Association of College & Research Libraries Biennial Conference in Seattle, March 2009. • Association of College and Research Libraries National Conference Librarian Scholarship, Awarded to attend the Association of College and Research Libraries Biennial Conference in Seattle, March 2009. • Fulbright Student Fellow to study and conduct research in Zagreb, Croatia, January – October 2002. • Phi Beta Kappa, inducted 1998. Continuing Education Training • “Getting Started with GIS” course, April 9-30, 2012. Course introduced attendees to free online applications to support GIS and mapping. Virtual. • Purdue-UIUC Data Curation Profiles workshop, March 2, 2012. Organized and attended a workshop on creating data curation profiles to better understand faculty members’ research needs. The workshop was led by a librarian from Purdue University Libraries. Greensboro, NC. • Geographic Information Systems. Enrolled in GEO 121 for academic credit in fall semester, 2008. Learned about GIS principles, theory, and software. Greensboro, NC. • Workshop on Social Science Data Librarianship through the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research, August 11-15, 2008, Ann Arbor, Michigan. • Workshop with Calm River Demographics on North Carolina demographic analysis using census data, June 18, 2008, Morrisville, NC. • Data Methods in Economics. Audited Department of Economics graduate course (ECO 725/726) in the fall semester, 2007. Learned data preparation techniques using SAS in the UNIX environment. Greensboro, NC. 8
  • 9. • SAS Programming II: Manipulating Data with the DATA Step, July 16-18, 2007, Cary, NC. • SAS Programming I: Essentials, May 30-June 1, 2007, Cary, North Carolina. 9
  • 10. • SAS Programming II: Manipulating Data with the DATA Step, July 16-18, 2007, Cary, NC. • SAS Programming I: Essentials, May 30-June 1, 2007, Cary, North Carolina. 9