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Tuesday, February 7 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Poster Session

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Sponsored by Clemson University
Poster Abstracts are listed here: https://www.arlisna.org/neworleans2017/posters.php

1. Data + Art: data driven art in studio art courses
--  Megan Martinsen, Baylor University and Ben Johansen, Baylor University

2. A Ticket to the World of Information & Visual Literacy: Introducing Freshmen to Comics and Graphic Novels
-- Olivia Miller, Public Services Librarian, Greensboro College

3. Visualizing Arguments: Constructing Comics to Unpack Scholarly Texts --  Samantha Kirk, Reference and Information Literacy Librarian, University of Pennsylvania Libraries and Patricia Guardiola, Assistant Head, Fisher Fine Arts Library, University of Pennsylvania Libraries

4. Curating Relationships: Art Museum Programming for Internal and External Outreach -- Catherine Robertson, Reference Librarian, Phillips Library, Peabody Essex Museum

5. Metadata and Liaison Librarian Collaboration: Using Outreach and Metadata to Enhance Access to a Local Art Collection -- Jennifer Mayer Head, Library Research Services, University of Northern Colorado and  Bryan Ricupero, Metadata Librarian, University of Wyoming

6. Biophilic Design for Libraries: Integrating and Referencing Nature to Create More Human-Centered Spaces -- Rebecca Barham, Art Librarian, University of North Texas; Erin O'Toole, Science Librarian, University of North Texas; and Susan Smith, Head of Library Research and Support Services, University of North Texas

7. Student Paintings, Tattoo artists, and Scientists: the Rutgers Art Library Exhibition Spaces -- Megan Lotts, Art Librarian, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

8. Artcaching: Exploring the Visual Arts of Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Beyond Through GPS-based Gaming --  Marty Miller, Art & Design Librarian, Louisiana State University

9. An App for an architectural images collaborative environment: Arquigrafia -- Artur Simões, Rozestraten Professor, School of Architecture and Urbanism of University of São Paulo and Vânia Mara Alves Lima, Professor, School of Communications and Arts of University of São Paulo

10. How do #BlackLivesMatter in the DPLA? -- Tatiana Bryant, Special Collections Librarian, University of Oregon

11. The Art of Costume Design: The Work of Dunya Ramicova -- Jerrold Shiroma, Digital Assets Librarian, University of California, Merced

12. Marketing & Outreach in the Architecture & Design Library -- Bronwyn Dorhofer, Access Services & Outreach Librarian, University of Oregon Portland Library & Learning Commons and Karen Munro, Head, University of Oregon Portland Library & Learning Commons

13. Facsimiles as Open Access for Interactive Research -- Brittany Boler, Research Assistant, Florida State University

14. The Evolution of C.O.O.L. (Collaboration, Outreach, and Organization (in the) Library) -- Nicole LaMoreaux, Assistant Director of Research & Instructional Services, The New School and Lauren Gavin, Technical Services & Reference Librarian, LIM College

15. Fun and Games in the Art/Music Library: Developing a Video Game Collection -- Stephanie Frontz, Art Librarian and Head, Art/Music Library University of Rochester

16. Is this any way to learn RDA? -- Julia Wisniewski, Cataloging Librarian, Library of Congress

17. Exhibits, Please!: Developing a Robust Exhibit Program for Academic Libraries -- Elizabeth Meinke, Librarian, Case Western Reserve University Kelvin Smith Library

18. Virtual Visitors to the Artists’ Books Collection: Making Fair Use Work for Your Online Project -- Sarah Carter, Director, Bridwell Art Library University of Louisville and Alex O'Keefe, LIS Graduate Student, University of Kentucky

19. Opening Doors Online: Virtual Tours as Wayfinding Tools -- Patricia Guardiola, Assistant Head, Fisher Fine Arts Library, University of Pennsylvania

20. From Comic Book to Text Book: Communicating the Value of Cartoon Art Across University Classrooms --  Caitlin McGurk, Associate Curator, Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum

21. Reciprocal Relationships: Student Organizations and Professionals -- Kendra Werst, Student, President of SALS, Indiana University and Andrew Wang, Student, Secretary of SALS, Indiana University

22. ArLiSNAP New Professional Travel Award Crowdfunding Campaign -- Breanne Crumpton, Fellow, GSK Library, North Carolina Museum of Art; Heather Slania, Director, Decker Library, Maryland Institute College of Art; Courtney Baron, Teaching and Learning Librarian, Oxford College of Emory University ; and Tiffany Saulter, User Services Manager, Technical Lead, Artstor

23. CREATE: Adapting the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy to Studio Art & Creative Research Practices -- Amanda Meeks, Teaching Learning and Research Services/Arts and Humanities, Northern Arizona University; Ashley Peterson, Research & Instruction Librarian, School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University; Larissa Garcia, Information Literacy Librarian / Art & FCNS Subject Specialist, Northern Illinois University and Alyssa Vincent, Information Services Librarian/Psychology and Art liaison, Northeastern Illinois University

24. Edit-a-thons as Outreach: Connecting with Students and Faculty through Collaboration -- Leah Sherman, Visual & Performing Arts Librarian, Florida State University Libraries; Michelle Demeter, Distance & Outreach Coordinator, Florida State University Libraries; and Jessica Evans Brady, Research & Collections Librarian, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University

25. Putting Libraries on the Map: How Technological Innovation Can Impact Reference Services -- Giana Ricci,  Samuel H. Kress NYARC Fellow, Brooklyn Museum Libraries and Archives

26. Initiating Inter-departmental Collaboration: Bringing Student Art into the RPS Libraries -- Vaughan Hennen, Digital Design & Access Librarian, Dakota State University

27. Documenting Creative Activity: Institutional Repositories and Fine Arts Faculty -- Kate Lambaria, Fine Arts Librarian, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

28. Visualizing Catalog Data: A Collection Assessment of the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library -- Meredith Hale, Kress Fellow in Art Librarianship, Yale University Libraries

29. A Special Place on the South Side: Stony Island Arts Bank -- Courtney Becks, Graduate Student, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison

30. Artists' Books Holdings -- Megan De Armond, Assistant Digital and Metadata Librarian, Frick Art Reference Library, The Frick Collection and Abigail Purcell, Intern, Margaret L. Wendt Archive & Resource Center, Forest Lawn

31. Cities in Text: Rome - Virtual Tools to Study the Built Environment -- Jennifer Parker, Head, Architecture Library, University of Notre Dame and Viveca Robichaud, Special Collections Librarian, University of Notre Dame

32. A New Path for Materials Collections: A Shared Materials Database and Materials Consortium -- Johanna Kasubowski, Materials and Media Collections Librarian, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Frances Loeb Library; Mark Pompelia, Visual + Material Resource Librarian, Rhode Island School of Design, Fleet Library; Alix Reiskind, Digital Initiatives Librarian, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Frances Loeb Library; and Ann Whiteside, Librarian/Assistant, Dean for Information Services, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Frances Loeb Library

33. The Art of Outreach: Using Student Artwork as Outreach at a Public University Library -- Maia Hajj, Research and Instructional Services Librarian, University of Memphis and Caitlin Harrington, Electronic Resources Librarian, University of Memphis

34. Display -> Play -> ???: Reconfiguring Artists’ Books Instruction -- Sara DeWaay, Art and Architecture Librarian, University of Oregon

35. Zines as Outreach (Or: How to Get Ecologists Involved in Art-Making) -- Stacy Brinkman, Interim Head of Information Services, Miami University Libraries; Carly Sentieri, Curator of Special Collections, Miami University Libraries; Erin Vonnahme, Humanities Librarian, Miami University Libraries

36. Establishing an Open Access MFA Thesis Collection -- Jennifer Akins, Subject Librarian for Art and Architecture, Washington University in St. Louis

37. ALPACA Advocacy NOW! Encouraging Supportive Policies for Working Parents in Libraries -- Kim Loconto, Assistant Archivist, Brooklyn Museum; Cathryn Copper, Librarian, Woodbury University School of Architecture; Elizabeth Lane, Branch Manager, Hartford Public Library, Hartford, CT

Poster Abstracts are listed here: https://www.arlisna.org/neworleans2017/posters.php

Tuesday, Feb. 7th
7:30am-10am Poster Set Up
Poster presenters should plan on putting up their poster according to their assigned numbers in the poster display area in The District (see hotel map). There will be members of the poster committee here to help you. Tacks will also be provided.

Wednesday, Feb. 8th
Poster presenters should plan on removing their poster during this time period.

Tuesday February 7, 2017 3:30pm - 4:30pm CST
The District Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Two Poydras Street, New Orleans, LA 70130