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Annual Report 2012/2013


Annual Report 2012/2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Message from the Dean………………….………...

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Points of Pride……………………………………..

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Digital LIS Outreach Funding Initiatives Financial Efficiencies LIS Strategic Plan…………………………………..

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University Goal: Engaged Students and Capable Graduates University Goal: Innovative High Quality Programs University Goal: Committed Faculty and Staff University Goal: Excellent Reputation University Goal: Active Community Engagement Appendix A: LIS Faculty and Professional Staff Activities’ Report

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Regina McBride, Ph.D Dean, Library and Information Services Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Message from the Dean of Library and Information Services Developing the annual report provides an excellent opportunity for reflecting on the accomplishments and notable activities of the previous year, while taking stock of the challenges, opportunities and initiatives to be pursued in the next year. Academic Year 2012/13 was another year of strategic, successful growth and transition, complete with vitality, continued financial challenges, creative staffing measures, but most of all the bustle of activity. We welcomed a new Chancellor and said goodbye to several LIS retiring faculty and staff members. The Strategic Plan that began in 2010 was completed and the LIS Vision, Mission and Goals were revised. Nearly 10,000 new video titles were added in various disciplines that can be streamed from the LIS webpage, while several thousand superseded/or available online print US Government document items were withdrawn. The entire second floor of the Library was re-carpeted. Library and Information Services established the Digital Initiatives and Technologies department and recruited and hired an experienced, talented faculty member to serve as the director. Within a few short months he developed a mobile website that can be accessed from the LIS website, created an LIS YouTube account and enhanced the use and presence of the LIS Twitter account. Social media is an important component of strategic outreach and offers another venue for providing service to our users. The response to the new access has been positive. Also located in the new Digital Initiatives and Technologies department is a new dynamic service introduced last fall: 3D scanning and printing. For a nominal cost recovery fee, users can print a 3D small replica of an object. 3D scanning and printing is designed to produce an object to accompany research papers, develop a prototype, etc., in much the same way slides and other two dimensional media have been used. Several collections have been digitized and added to the LIS website and Contentdm速 this year. Digitizing paper special collections that are largely unavailable to our users, continues to be a high priority for LIS. These unique items are primary source materials that are invaluable to scholars at SIUE and via our library consortia, globally. These are a selection of some of the more noteworthy accomplishments achieved this year. The dedicated and creative LIS faculty and staff, with much appreciated support from the Friends of Lovejoy Library, provide an extraordinary center for information and research. We are committed to continuing our progress, building on our strengths and adapting new technology to enhance delivery and storage of information resources and scholarly communication.

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LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES VISION, MISSION, GOALS

VISION Library and Information Services (LIS) through its excellent faculty, staff, and information resources will advance the national recognition of SIUE as a premiere metropolitan university. As an outstanding research library, Lovejoy Library serves as the intellectual heart of the campus. MISSION Library and Information Services (LIS) is SIUE’s center of information resources. LIS teaches information literacy, fosters lifelong learning, and leads in the creation and dissemination of knowledge. GOALS Provide, manage, share, and preserve authoritative information resources to support the curriculum and research Teach information literacy skills including identification, access, and evaluation of information resources Create a learning environment that promotes research, scholarship and intellectual growth through individual study and group collaboration Educate the University community about evolving issues relating to scholarly communication and, especially, the impact of changes in digital scholarship, electronic publications, and institutional repositories.

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Annual Report 2012/2013 POINTS of Pride Digital LIS LIS completed its fourth year of digitizing unique, noteworthy, paper collections owned by the Library. These special collections contain primary sources that support student and faculty research and can be accessed from the LIS webpage and from the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI) I-SHARE catalog, which are also available to the national and international scholarly community. During this past year, several collections and exhibits were added to Digital LIS. Each collection was digitized and received full metadata descriptions, including subject search terms: Spalding’s Soccer Foot Ball Guide This digital collection consists of fourteen issues of the Spalding's Soccer Foot Ball Guide from the first decades of the twentieth century. The guides include statistics for United States soccer leagues, the rules of the game, information about the United States Football Association, and some information about international soccer. The collection also includes a volume from the Spalding's Athletic Library series covering the 1912 Olympic Games. Annual Reports of the Board of Trustees, Southern Illinois University Reports from 1956 through 2005 are digitized and available through the Archives and Special Collections Department. To Whom It May Concern: 19th Century Feminist Responses to "A Letter of Genteel and Moral Advice” In the 19th century, women became more literary and developed themselves as individuals, preparing to contribute to society in new ways. This digital exhibit explores 19th century works from Lovejoy’s Rare Book Collection in the context of a 1741 conduct book for young ladies, also from the library’s collection Words of Advice to a Young Author: The Irving Dilliard Letters This digital collection contains the personal correspondence of 109 published authors to a young man named Irving Dilliard. As Dilliard explains: "My high school years were 1921-1923. I was thinking about a career in writing, perhaps on a newspaper...So I decided to get some advice. I began to write to the authors of the time and ask them what they thought would be the best training for a writing career." Dilliard went on to become a respected writer, editor and expert on the Constitution and the Supreme Court.

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Electronic Resources Listed below are the electronic databases added this past year. LIS is committed to providing access to the highest quality scholarly resources available. These new digital resources support the SIUE curriculum and, where financially feasible, faculty research. Combined with interlibrary loan delivery of materials not physically in Lovejoy Library’s collections, scholars have access to the collections of more than 72,000 libraries worldwide. American History in Video - A collection of videos online for the study of American history and culture, with 6,005 titles, equaling approximately 1,617 hours. The collection allows students and researchers to analyze historical events, and their presentation over time, through commercial and governmental newsreels, archival footage, public affairs footage, and important documentaries. Counseling and Therapy in Video: Volume II - This release completes the collection and includes in 709 videos totaling 734 hours, in the study of counseling, social work, psychotherapy, psychology, and psychiatric counseling. This collection provides a multiplicity of perspectives which allow students and scholars to see, experience, and study counseling. Dental Education in Video is an encyclopedia of dentistry and dental technique, delivering instant online access to hundreds of high-definition videos featuring world-renowned clinicians and educators. It provides 174 videos totaling 151 hours of demonstrations from American Dental Association-approved content partners, together with interviews and lectures, for students and faculty in dental surgery, medicine, oral hygiene, assisting, and nursing. Education in Video - This streaming video collection is developed specifically for training and developing teachers. This collection provides 4,306 titles equaling 1,301 hours of teaching demonstrations, lectures, documentaries, and primary-source footage of students and teachers in actual classrooms. It gives education faculty, students, and in-service teachers a single source for the best research-based professional development. Ethnographic Video Online: Volume I - This collection of anthropology streaming video includes, written ethnographies, field notes, seminal texts, memoirs, and contemporary studies, covering human behavior. A good source for study in the areas of politics, economics, history, psychology, environmental studies, religion, area studies, linguistics, and geography. The database will contain 1,111 videos totaling approximately 759 hours and even some previously unpublished material from major archives. Nursing Education in Video - A unique collection of 307 videos created specifically for the education and training of nurses, nursing assistants, and other healthcare workers. Oxford Islamic Studies Online - This authoritative resource brings together the best current scholarship in the field for students and scholars to foster a more accurate and informed understanding of the Islamic world. Oxford Islamic Studies Online features reference content and commentary by renowned scholars in areas such as global Islamic history, concepts, people, practices, politics, and culture, including Qur'anic materials.

Outreach During the past year, 34 outreach events took place in the library and at various locations on campus. Library and Information Services is committed to reaching out to its constituencies in a variety of venues. Through collaborative projects with other academic units, sponsoring a colloquium, creating exhibits and hosting lectures and presentations, LIS is the intellectual heart of the University.

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OPEN HOUSE

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE STUDENT END - OF - SEMESTER PRESENTATIONS

LOVEJOY VOTES

HIGH SCHOOL VISITS

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DR. EUGENE B. REDMOND POETRY READNG

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Events Last fall, LIS held its second Lovejoy Library's Open House. The first floor of the library was converted into interactive service pods. LIS faculty and staff manned each pod and provided brief presentations, highlighting a specific service and/or product. The 3D scanning and printing pod was the most heavily visited area. Attendees were invited to try various products and ask questions. The Open House was a success and attendees asked questions and frequently commented that they were surprised so many resources were available to them. The Open House will be an annual event. The LIS sponsored Focus on Faculty Research was held in the fall and entitled “Top of the Flops: Evolutionary Insight from a Bellyflopping Frog.” The lecture featured Dr. Rick Essner, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences. The Friends of Lovejoy Library funded refreshments. Library and Information Services held its annual Spring Symposium, entitled “Makerspaces and Technology Labs.” The Symposium featured two presenters, Sharon Locke, Director and Associate Professor, Center for STEM Research, Education and Outreach, who spoke about the William Frederic Graebe, Sr. STEM Center in East St. Louis and Gene Jordan, Arch Reactor Makerspace, who spoke about the history of Hackerspaces and Makerspaces. The Friends of Lovejoy Library funded refreshments.

Exhibits “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War,” a traveling exhibition opened at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Lovejoy Library on Wednesday June 20, 2012 and ran through August 3, 2013. The exhibit examined how President Abraham Lincoln used the Constitution to confront three intertwined crises of the Civil War—the secession of Southern states, slavery and wartime civil liberties. The National Constitution Center and the American Library Association Public Programs Office organized the traveling exhibition, which was made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH): great ideas brought to life. LIS was awarded a grant to bring the exhibit to the Library. Each month LIS develops a new exhibit that is displayed in the glass cases on the first floor of the Library. This year, the exhibits covered diverse topics such as, natural history, endangered species, writers and their gardens, storm chasers, St. Louis architecture and Lincoln and the Constitution.

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EXHIBITS IN DISPLAY CASES - MAY 1, 2012 - APRIL 30, 2013

Collaborative Outreach A partnership was formed with the College of Arts and Sciences to host Senior Assignment Presentations at the end of each semester, in Lovejoy Library. Numerous public humanities events were held in partnership with the English Department, related to the Year of the Book and the Black Studies Program. The programs took place in the Friends’ Corner on the first floor and the Underground Reading Room (on the third floor of Lovejoy Library that contains posters and reading materials based on the EBR Collection). LIS collaborates with the Writing Center by setting aside space for a staff member from the Center to offer tutoring for students two days per week, in the Library. The Friends of Lovejoy Library's High School Writers' Contest is an annual event that is offered to junior and senior students in sixty-five high schools in eleven Illinois counties. The SIUE English Department participates in reading and selecting winning entries.

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Digital Initiatives and Technology Department This year LIS created a new department and successfully recruited a talented and experienced librarian to serve as the director of the department. Within a few short months he developed a mobile website that can be accessed from the LIS website, created an LIS YouTube account and enhanced the use and presence of the LIS Twitter account. Social media is an important component of the LIS outreach strategic plan and offers another venue for providing service to our users. The response to the new access has been positive.

Funding Initiatives Defining Excellence Campaign This June, the University will be wrapping up the Defining Excellence Campaign, our first ever Capital Campaign. Library and Information Services set out to achieve a goal of $1.1 Million dollars to improve our collections endowments, initiate renovation and augment our ability to digitize our special collections. As of the end of May, our Campaign total stands at $1,141,769.52, exceeding our goals in all areas. The success of the campaign is due in large part to the tremendous support of the Friends of Lovejoy Library.

Dr. Eugene B. Redmond Collection and Learning Center Last year, Library and Information Services launched a campaign to create the Eugene B. Redmond Collection and Learning Center. The Center will be located on the second floor of Lovejoy Library and provide a dedicated space to process and digitize these precious resources in Lovejoy Library. It will also house a reading room for scholars to work directly with source documents and a technology-rich learning center for students of all ages to come and learn about Dr. Redmond and the various other collections housed in Lovejoy Library. Thanks to the combined efforts, support and contributions from Dr. Maya Angelou, Donahue Redmond and a major gift by Eugene Herscher, the total raised for the completion of this project is nearly $100,000.

Financial Efficiencies Lovejoy Library is a full member of the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI). As a full member, LIS received a $3.09 return on each dollar invested in CARLI services. In AY13 LIS spent $303,572 and received $939,404 in services and resources. This included subsidized access to electronic resources, brokered products, delivery service within the state and access to the I-SHARE state catalog. This year as in previous years, the Acquisitions Librarian and the Electronic Resources Librarian renegotiated more favorable terms for electronic resources as each license came up for renewal. The savings in AY13 amounted to $17,097.48.

Friends of Lovejoy Library Hundreds of volunteer hours were dedicated to planning and implementing the Antiques Show & Sale, the High School Writers’ Contest, and the Good Buy Book Shop. Without the continuing support of the Friends, none of these endeavors would be possible. Their enthusiasm and good will towards all things LIS is a powerful force and a valuable partner in fundraising activities.

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Annual Report 2012/2013 LIS Strategic Plan University Goal: Engaged Students and Capable Graduates LIS Goal:

Provide, manage, share, and preserve authoritative information resources to support the curriculum and research.

LIS Goal:

Teach information literacy skills including identification, access, and evaluation of information resources.

LIS Goal:

Create a learning environment that promotes research, scholarship and intellectual growth through individual study and group collaboration.

Objective 1: Create a location in Lovejoy Library for presentations and discussion. The Friends’ Corner of LIS was created on the first floor near the main entrance of the Library. The area was designed as a space to hold small literary and research events to engage the campus community and facilitate cross departmental collaboration. This area has proven to be popular and this year hosted Black Studies programs, events for the College of Arts and Sciences and a poetry reading by Dr. Eugene B. Redmond, SIU Emeritus Faculty. Objective 2: Enhance and expand the robust Information Literacy and Library Instruction Program. Metric: Information Literacy Sessions Attendees

Metric:

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AY13

AY12

AY11

AY10

387

417

461

417

7,804

7,039

9,241

9.099

In addition to the several hundred face-to-face instruction sessions, the Director of Instruction and Outreach initiated a series of instructional videos. Two “webisodes,” entitled Into the Stacks are available through the LIS web site—one featuring Lovejoy Library’s resources and services, and the second demonstrating the retrieval of materials in various formats.


Objective 3: Financial support for student achievement. Metric:

Every year the Friends of Lovejoy Library provide awards for outstanding LIS student assistants in the form of $500 stipends. The awards are provided to selected student assistants based on the following criteria: Friends of Lovejoy Library Honors Award The Honors Award is given for scholarship based on grade-point average during enrollment at SIUE. Only undergraduate students are eligible and they must receive a recommendation from their supervisor. This year’s winner is Megan Nicole Hughes, a manager in Access Services. She has an admirable work ethic, is extremely conscientious and has superb communication skills. She has a great commitment to her education and a love of children and teaching. She is majoring in Education with a focus on Physical Education. Her student teaching assignment was in the Triad School District, creating quality lessons for the children in her classes. She has done all of this while maintaining a 3.504 grade point average. Carol Ammons—Friends of Lovejoy Library Student Development Award The Student Development Award is given to a student or students who, on the basis of evaluation by their supervisor, have shown a progressive development of job skills and work performance while maintaining superior grades. Graduate and undergraduate students are eligible. This year’s winners are Maame-Ama Antwi, Lyndi Myers and Tim Wittenberg. Maame-Ama was a senior pursuing a major in Biological Sciences while working in the Music Listening Room. Lyndi was a junior Nursing major working in Interlibrary Loan with the goal of becoming a Nurse Anesthetist. Tim was a junior pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering while working as a Bindery Assistant in Lovejoy Library. Dr. John I. and Constance W. Ades Memorial Award The Ades Memorial award is available to Lovejoy Library student workers and graduate assistants in good standing, majoring in English. Preference is given to Language, Literature, and Poetry majors. Community service hours are taken into consideration, especially if they volunteer to help the Friends of Lovejoy Library, the writing clinic, or similar groups. This year’s winner is Kelsey Bosworth, a junior pursuing a degree in English with the goal of becoming an English teacher. She has worked at the circulation counter in Lovejoy Library since 2011. She maintains a 3.768 grade point average. Ina Peabody Sledge Award The Ina Peabody Sledge Award is available to SIUE undergraduate students, in good standing, with a cumulative grade—point average of 2.5 or above. Preference is given to residents of Alorton, Brooklyn, Centreville, East St. Louis, Venice, and Washington Park. Winners are selected on the following criteria that embody the positive ideology of Ina Sledge: a strong pursuit of educational goals, strong character and moral fortitude, caring, motivated, and giving attitude, and an active level of community involvement. This year’s winners are Demetrius Coleman and Chris Galusha. Demetrius is a senior majoring in English with the goal of becoming a University Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs. Chris is a senior majoring in Art with a focus on Metalworking, with the goal of becoming a book binder.

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Friends of Lovejoy Library Outstanding Student Teacher of English Award The Outstanding Student Teacher of English Award is determined by the SIUE Department of English Language and Literature. The award honors an outstanding B.A. or B.S. English Major who has completed or is completing student teaching in English in an area secondary school. This year’s winner is Emily Harris-Eldin. Emily graduated Summa Cum Laude from SIUE in 2012 with a Bachelor’s of Science in English with a Speech Communication Education Minor. She currently teaches at Cahokia High School where she has been praised for her skill in lesson preparation, classroom management as well as her willingness to take the lead and work independently.

University Goal: Innovative High Quality Programs LIS Goal:

Teach information literacy skills including identification, access and evaluation of information resources.

LIS Goal:

Create a learning environment that promotes research, scholarship and intellectual growth through individual study and group collaboration.

LIS Goal

Educate the University community about evolving issues relating to scholarly communication and, especially, the impact of changes in digital scholarship, electronic publications and institutional repositories.

Objective 1: Receive, process, digitize and preserve special collection materials. Metric:

Digitization of Spalding’s Soccer Foot Ball Guide, a collection of guides published annually beginning in 1907 by the American Sports Publishing Company, include statistics for the United States soccer league. The digital collection contains the LIS holdings from 1907 through the 1923-24 season.

Metric:

Digitization of the Alumnus magazine, the official alumnus magazine of SIUE, beginning publication in 1973 and ending with a special edition in 1997. SIUE faculty, staff, graduates, administrators and students were all subjects of its articles and contributors.

Metric:

Completed the digital collection Words of Advice to a Young Author: The Irving L. Dilliard Letters. Dilliard, a noted journalist and respected author, was a life-long resident of Collinsville. While a high school student, he wrote letters to famous writers of his day asking for career advice. These letters are the responses from those writers. This digital collection has been completed and is available through Digital LIS: Digital Collections and Exhibits on the Library web page at http://www.siue.edu/lovejoylibrary/.

Metric:

The Dr. Eugene B. Redmond Poetry Reading, November 9, 2012, was videotaped and uploaded to the LIS YouTube channel.

Metric:

The first LIS digital exhibit “To Whom It May Concern: 19th Century Feminist Responses to ‘A Letter of Genteel and Moral Advice’” was displayed during Women’s History Month and is now available through Digital LIS. This exhibit highlights books from the Lovejoy Library Rare Book Collection as responses to a book of “genteel and moral advice” written in 1741.

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Objective 2: Expand services and expertise in technology. Metric:

Last year LIS established the Digital Initiatives and Technologies as new department and successfully recruited an experienced librarian to serve as the director of the department. Within a few short months he developed a mobile website that can be accessed from LIS website, created an LIS YouTube account and enhanced the use and presence of the LIS Twitter account.

Metric:

Launched a 3D Printing and Scanning Service in September 2012. Requests for this service have grown from 4 in October to 24 in March, with a total of 59.

Metric:

Launched the LIS mobile website, providing patrons the capability of catalog searching, article information, library contacts, hours, maps, etc. In addition, created a YouTube account for the Library. These have been added to the other social media sites already provided—Twitter and Facebook.

Metric:

Migrated LIS chat service from QuestionPoint to Libraryh3lp, providing improvements in function and flexibility. In addition, created a dedicated library email account library@siue.edu.

Metric:

The use of online resources continues to grow. In 2012, 663,367 articles, 6,766 video/audio and 28,055 ebooks were downloaded by LIS users. The 237 online guides available through LibGuides were viewed 337,406 times.

Objective 3: Acquire, maintain, and enhance the accessibility of information resources regardless of format or location. Metric:

Enhanced and expanded Lovejoy Library collections and access to other resources. This year more than 25,000 new titles were added to the library’s collections, more than 20,000 of which were ebooks. Access to the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI) I-SHARE catalog provides SIUE students and faculty access to the collections of more than 145 academic libraries in Illinois.

Objective 4: Complete the reorganization of LIS to continue providing the best quality services and information literacy, reference, and outreach. Metric:

Completed and closed the LIS Strategic Plan that began in 2010. This included a reorganization of LIS, relocated service points to the first floor, established the Research Commons, launched the Digital Initiatives and Technologies department and revised the LIS Vision, Mission and Goals.

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Objective 5:

Enhanced access to LIS Digital Library

Metric:

Objective 6:

Create an inviting Library environment that nurtures learning and scholarship.

Metric:

One indicator of a positive library environment is the official gate count of the number of people exiting the library. In AY13, the gate count was down approximately three percent from the all-time high of the previous year.

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University Goal: Committed Faculty and Staff University Goal: Excellent Reputation Objective 1: Recruit, hire, and retain excellent LIS faculty and staff members. Metric:

Elizabeth Moreton joined the faculty as the Health Sciences Librarian on September 10, 2012. She received her Master’s of Library Science degree from Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, and her Bachelor’s of Arts in English Language and Literature from Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey. Ms. Moreton serves as the subject liaison to the School of Nursing and the School of Pharmacy. Lydia Jackson became Director of the Research Commons on January 1, 2013. She joined the LIS Faculty as Assistant Instruction and Reference Librarian in 1998 and became Director of Instruction and Outreach in July 2012. She is maintaining her responsibility as Director of Instruction and Outreach, until other arrangements can be made.

Objective 2: Support the profession by serving in leadership positions in local, state, national and international professional organization. Metric:

LIS faculty and staff members are recognized at all levels of their professional associations for their expertise and willingness to give back to the profession. All LIS faculty members serve in one or more of the organizations listed below. Most of them serve in leadership positions and give presentations at conferences. The list below is representative, not exhaustive: American Library Association, Association of College and Research Libraries Association for Library Collections & Technical Services Library and Information Technology Association EDUCAUSE Illinois Library Association ILLINET Advisory Council to the Illinois State Library LOEX (Librarians Orientation Exchange Conference) Medical Library Association Music Library Association North American Serials Interest Group Southern Illinois Learning Resources Cooperative (SILRC) Special Libraries Association

University Goal: Harmonious Campus Climate University Goal: Active Community Engagement LIS Goal:

Create a learning environment that promotes research, scholarship, and intellectual growth through individual study and group collaboration.

Objective:

Seek opportunities for marketing LIS.

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Metric:

“Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War,” a traveling exhibition opened at Lovejoy Library on Wednesday, June 20, 2012, and ran through August 3, 2012. The exhibit examined how President Abraham Lincoln used the Constitution to confront three intertwined crises of the Civil War. Funding for the exhibit was provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Dr. Caroline Pryor, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education, and Julie Hansen, Associate Professor, Humanities Librarian, Library and Information Services submitted the successful proposal. In addition to the exhibition, LIS hosted two free public programs in the Friends’ Corner of the Library. On July 10, Dr. Louis Gerteis from UMSL spoke on “Slaves, Servants and Soldiers: Uneven Paths to Freedom in the Border States.” On July 23, SIUE faculty, Dr. Stephen Hansen and Dr. Jason Stacy spoke on “Lincoln and the Constitutional Problem of Homeland Security.” Both presentations were well attended. Each year the Friends of Lovejoy Library sponsor a High School Writers’ Contest. The contest is presented to more than 30,000 students of 65 public and private high schools in 11 counties surrounding SIUE. Prizes of $500, $300, $100 and an Honorable Mention are presented to the top four writers in three categories: fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. This year there were 462 entries. The winners received their awards at a banquet. The keynote speaker was SIUE Emeritus Faculty, Dr. Eugene B. Redmond.

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Erik Estep, Social Sciences Librarian, received a grant from the Meridian Society for “Lovejoy Votes,” to support voter registration activities and a series of speakers.


Appendix A

LIS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AY13 GRANTS Dates Amount Amount Submitted Requested Received

Granting Agency

Scope (Nat., St., Received/ Local) Duration

Name

Title

Behm, Kathlyn

Eugene B. Redmond Collection: Witnessing 20th Century African American Literature and Culture 7/19/12

$33,462

$0

National Endowment for the Humanities US Government Not funded

Bulock, Chris

2012 HARRASSOWITZ Charleston Conference Scholarship 7/25/12

$1,000

$1,000

HARRASSOWITZ

National

Nov-12

Jackson, Lydia McBride, Regina Tamari, Steve

Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys

10/24/12 $1,000

$1,000

American Library Association

National

Received

Dickman, Therese

Travel Support Grant to Present at the MLA Annual Meeting in San Jose, CA (2/27-3/2/13) 12/17/12 $800

$800

Graduate School

SIUE

Jackson, Lydia McBride, Regina Kerber, Steve Rambsy, Howard Fields, Lynnette Rose, Mary

The Eugene B. Redmond Collection: Witnessing 20th Century African American Culture and Literature 2/14/13

Conklin, Jamie Eilering, Cecelia Jackson, Lydia Moreton, Elizabeth

$204, 587 $0

National EnNational Endowment dowment for for the Humanities the Humanities (NEH) (NEH) Not funded

Creating a Hybrid Information Literacy Competency for Undergraduate Students 2/18/13

$5,481

$5,481

SIUE Excellence in Undergraduate Education Institution

Funded

Conklin, Jamie

Increasing Undergraduates' Sustainability Literacy through Access to New Material 3/11/13

$4,970

$4,970

Illinois State Library

St.

Received

Jackson, Lydia McBride, Regina Tamari, Steve

Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys: Let's Talk About It

$3,500

American Library Association

National

Pending

3/29/13

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Appendix A

LIS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AY13 PUBLICATIONS

Estep, Erik

Source Format Source Type (PR, Source Title (JrA, Proc, Bk, NPR, Invited) Social Responsibilities Editorial Board Member IS/178-182 2012/2013 Round Table Newsletter Other PR

Rose, Mary

CARLI Digital Collections Featured Image [biweekly contributor] Oct-Apr

Kerico, Juliet Anthony, Paul Bulock, Chris Fields, Lynnette

Fostering Discovery Through Web Interface Design: Perpetual Beta as the New Norm

6/1/12

Kerber, Steve

Videotaped Oral HistoryIinterview with Chancellor Vaughn Vandegrift

6/19/12

Ellero, Nadine Cody, Dean E.

The Intersection of Standards and Professional Knowledge, Skills and Service

12 #2-3

Rose, Mary

The Ship Has Sailed and We Aren't On it: How Catalogers Could Support User Tasks and Why We Won't 12 #2-3

Name

Title

Vol/Issue

Estep, Erik

Review of The Palgrave Handbook of Spirituality and Business by Luk Bouckaert and Laszlo Zsolnai (Eds.) 17/4 Interim Book Review Editor IS/179

Kerber, Steve

Historical Images for an East St. Louis Anthology: The Origins of a River City

Estep, Erik

Library Juice Blogger

Anthony, Paul

Speaking Our History: Don Roberts (Assisted transcribing interview & editing artiDickman, Therese cle) Discovery on a Budget: Improved Searching Bulock, Chris Without a Web-Scale Fields, Lynnette Discovery Product

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Date

CARLI News [formerly 2012-2013 CARLI Blog]

NPR

Planning and Implementing Resource Discovery Tools in Academic Libraries BkC

PR

7/4/12

Journal of Library Metadata

JrA

PR

7/4/12

Journal of Library Metadata

JrA

PR

7/4/12 7/4/12

Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship JrA Social Responsibilities Round Table Newsletter Other

7/4/12

N/A

Other

7/24/12

21/3

1/1/13

64 #1-4

4/1/13

PR PR

Book http:// libraryjuicepress.com/

Other

Invited

Professional Organization Newsletter

Midwest Notebook 2012 Annual NASIG Conference Proceedings Issued in The Serials Librarian Proc and JrA

NPR


Appendix A

LIS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AY13 PUBLICATIONS Name

Title Embedding Information Literacy into EvidenceMoreton, Elizabeth Based Practice

Kerber, Steve

Digital images of SIUE Campus for Chancellor Furst-Bowe, Southwestern Illinois Leadership Council Annual Dinner Alumnus Magazine Digital Collection, 1973-96

Kerber, Steve

Spalding Soccer Foot Ball Guides Digital Collection

Kerber, Steve

Kerber, Steve

SIUE Historical Timeline in Honor of the Installation of Chancellor Julie Furst-Bowe Shurtleff Pioneer College Newspaper Digital Collection

Kerber, Steve

Annual Report of the Southern Illinois University Board of Trustees Digital Collection

Kerber, Steve

Source Format (JrA, Proc, Bk, Source Type BkC, Other) (PR, NPR, In-

Vol/Issue Date

Source Title

Vol. 33/ Iss. 2

NAHRS Newsletter Other

4/1/13

NPR, Invited

4/4/13

LIS Digital Collection

LIS Digital Collection

Digital Slide Show

LIS Digital Collection

LIS Digital Collection

LIS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AY13 EXHIBITIONS Name

Title Location SIUE Graduate School Spring Symposium, Display of SIUE Author Publications

Kerber, Steve

Date

Organization/Event

Format (Exh, Honor, Other)

Type (PR, NPR, Inv)

4/1/12 Book Making and the Making of the Book: Selections from Lovejoy Library's Special Collections, CAS Colloquium

Kerber, Steve

4/1/12 Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War

Paris, Matt

Lovejoy Library

06/20/201208/03/2012

NEH Traveling Exhibit Exh

NPR

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Appendix A

LIS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AY13 EXHIBITIONS Name

Title

Location

To Whom It May Concern: Rose, Mary 19th Century Feminist ReEstep, Erik sponses to "A Letter of Stricklin, Ginger Genteel and Moral Advice" Lovejoy Library

Rose, Mary

Date

Organization/Event

Format (Exh, Type (PR, Honor, Other) NPR, Inv)

3/1/20133/29/2013 Women's History Month Exh

To Whom It May Concern: 19th Century Feminist Responses to "A Letter of Library and InforGenteel and Moral Admation Services vice" [digital exhibition] website 3/27/13

N/A

Exh

NPR

NPR

LIS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AY13 PRESENTATIONS/POSTER SESSIONS Location

Date

Type (PR, NPR, Inv)

Title

Bulock, Chris

5/4/12

Fields, Lynnette

Managing eBook editions Chicago, IL Cataloging eBooks: the Nitty-Gritty Chicago, IL

Bulock, Chris

Copyright and Licensing for Online Learning

SIUE

ITS Blending the Best of 5/15/12 Both Worlds faculty semi-

Instructional Presentation

Inv

Other

NPR

Concurrent Session PR

5/4/12

Organization/Event CARLI IACQ/ICAT Spring Forum CARLI IACQ/ICAT Spring Forum

Format (Exh, Honor, Other)

Name

Pryor, Steven

Mobile Apps are Important Tools

St. Louis, MO

Special Libraries Association, St. Louis Metro Area Chapter presentation & 5/15/12 panel discussion

Bulock, Chris Fields, Lynnette

Discovery on a Budget: Improved Searching Without a Web-Scale Discovery Product

Nashville, TN

6/8/12

Pryor, Steven

3D Printing

Edwardsville, IL 7/13/12 LIS Faculty Retreat

Pryor, Steven

3D Printing

NASIG Annual Conference

Breakout Session Inv Breakout Session Inv

Other

NPR

Other

NPR

Other

NPR

Other

Invited

Other

Invited

Other

Invited

Estep, Erik

Edwardsville, IL 8/3/12 LIS Civil Service Retreat Rend Lake ColMobile Technologies lege, Ina, IL 9/14/12 SILRC Retreat The American DemocraLovejoy Votes Speaker Secy Project Edwardsville, IL 9/17/12 ries Registering Voters for Lovejoy Votes Speaker SeElection 2012 Edwardsville, IL 9/24/12 ries The Supreme Court and Lovejoy Votes Speaker SeElection 2012 Edwardsville, IL 9/27/12 ries The Politics of Hollywood: How to Make It in Lovejoy Votes Speaker SeHollywood Edwardsville, IL 10/1/12 ries

Other

Invited

Estep, Erik

Election 2012: Preview

Other

Invited

Pryor, Steven Estep, Erik Estep, Erik Estep, Erik

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Edwardsville, IL 10/4/12 Lovejoy Votes Speaker Se-


Appendix A

LIS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AY13 PRESENTATIONS/POSTER SESSIONS Name

Title

Location

Date

Testing the Soil: Benchmarking the Information Literacy Skills of Nursing Students Performing EviMoreton, Elizabeth dence-Based Research Rochester, MN 10/8/12

Pryor, Steven Eckard, Max Rose, Mary 7 Others

Bulock, Chris Estep, Erik Fields, Lynnette Kerber, Steve

3D Printing

Organization/Event

Medical Library Association, Midwest Chapter Conference Poster

Friends of Lovejoy Edwardsville, IL 10/10/12 Advisory Board Li-

Lightning Round: Digital Collection Highlights virtual You Call that Perpetual? Issues in Perpetual Access Charleston, SC

11/7/12

NPR

2012 Virtual CONTENTdm User Group Other

NPR

11/8/12

Concurrent Session

PR

Other

Invited

12/13/12 CARLI ICAT Webinar Other 1/20/13

Storytelling, MLA Style: Stories from the MLA Dickman, Therese Oral History Project San Jose, CA 3/1/13 Special Features of Rare Rose, Mary Books Glen Carbon, IL 3/12/13 3/20/13 Fields, Lynnette and Rose, Mary RDA and LIS Edwardsville, IL 3/21/13 Black Belt Liaison: Using Conklin, Jamie Six Sigma to Get Your Moreton, Elizabeth Library Back in Business Indianapolis, IN 4/12/13

PR

Other

Charleston Library Conference Friends of Lovejoy Edwardsville, IL 11/14/12 Monthly Meeting

Political Opinion Blogs RDA Questions from Previous Webinars virtual East St Louis history, KWMU radio program

Format (Exh, Hon- Type (PR, NPR, or, Other) Inv)

Inv

Radio Music Library Association 81st Annual Meeting 2013 Lifelong Learning through SIUE

Program Session Sponsored by the MLA Oral History Invited Other

NPR

LIS Association of College & Research Libraries Conference

Other

NPR

Poster Session

PR

Pryor, Steven Eilering, Cecelia Rose, Mary Bulock, Chris

How Changes in Media and Technology Have Affected the Notion of the Book

Edwardsville, IL 4/15/13

2013 SIUE CAS Colloquium Other

PR

Eilering, Cecelia

Engaging with the Written Word: What Does "Book" Mean to Users Today?

Edwardsville, IL 4/15/13

CAS Colloquium:Year of the Book Panel Discussion

CAS

Kerber, Steve

Elliott M. Rudwick's Race Riot at East St. Louis, July 2, 1917: SIUE Faculty Scholarship in the First Decade, CAS Colloquium

4/15/13

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Appendix A

LIS FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP AY13 PRESENTATIONS/POSTER SESSIONS Name

Title

Location

Date

Format (Exh, Honor, Oth- Type (PR, Organization/Event er) NPR, Inv)

Paris, Matt

Roll On! The Rivers of America Series and the Resurgence of Literary Regionalism

SIUE

4/15/13

CAS Spring Symposium Other

NPR

Pryor, Steven (Chair) Bulock, Chris Eilering, Cecelia Rose, Mary

How Changes in Media and Technology Have Affected the Notion of the Book

Edwardsville, IL 4/15/13

2013 CAS Colloquium "Thinking About the Book" Other

NPR

Dickman, Therese

What's the Buzz About FLAC? (Free Lossless Audio Codec) Naperville, IL

Dickman, Therese

Kerber, Steve

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Music Library Association Midwest Program ses10/12/13 Chapter 71st Annual sion Invited Power Point Presentation with Vera McCoySulentic and John Kendall and his LegDialogue with Sen- Emily Rockacy Glen Carbon, IL 11/13/13 iors ers Invited Interview for Arts & Issues, Squank Opera's Edwardsville The Opera Video


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