Western Libraries Creative and Scholarly Work

Western Libraries Creative and Scholarly Work

2015-2016

Jeanne Armstrong

Presentations:

  • Armstrong, J.  (2016, March). “Hunger for Memories: the Irish Hunger Memorial in New York City.” ACIS, Notre Dame.
  • Armstrong, J.  (2015, October). “Haunted by History: The Irish Hunger Memorial and Silenced Memories of the 1845-1852 Trauma,” ACIS-West, Rapid City.
 

Gabe Gosett

Presentations:
 
  • Lawson, T., Gossett, G., & Corbin, H. (2016). "Community engagement in the implementation of evidence‐based HIV/AIDS programs in Zambia: A scoping review." Poster presented at the Western Washington University Scholar’s Week, Bellingham, WA.
  • Gossett, G. (2016, April). "Teaching privacy skills: Whose responsibility is it to span the digital literacy gap?" Peer-reviewed conference presentation at the Building Bridges Washington State Higher Education Technology Conference. Retrieved from http://slides.com/gabegossett/privacy
  • Gossett, G. (2016, April). "Bridging Over Research and Writing Needs Through Online Services." Lightning round presentation at the Building Bridges Washington State Higher Education Technology Conference, Spokane, WA.
  • Gossett, G. (2015, November). "The librarian as educator: Programming and outreach for researchers in the digital age." Invited conference presentation at the American Center for Mongolian Studies and Mongolia National University of Education Library Challenges in the 21st Century Forum. Retrieved from https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10gJXYo3z4uLcB8VBuYDM-FRnlMgnv18YHc5v50W8dms/edit?usp=sharing
  • Gossett, G. (2015, November). "Library spaces, in-person & online: A U.S. perspective. Invited conference presentation at the American Center for Mongolian Studies and Mongolia National University of Education Library Challenges in the 21st Century Forum." Retrieved from https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/116z2UOxysFHpyCl0RxiD_2F1JMreGt3sa3usRE9Ti_Y/edit?usp=sharing
  • Werder, C. & Gossett, G. (2015, September). "Moving (backwards) from responding to assigning." Presentation at Backwards by Design: A Working Retreat for Faculty Teaching with Writing, Anacortes, WA

Kelly Helms

Presentations:

  • Briar, C., Helms, K. & Munson B. (2015, October 6-8). “The Serial 5-Minute Conference: Studio-Based Learning and Micro Consulting.” National Conference on Peer Tutoring in Writing, Salt Lake City, UT. 
  • Helms, K. & Kjesrud, R. (2016, April 6). Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Directors Day Out: hosted event and developed program, Western Washington University.

 

Elizabeth Joffrion

Presentations:

  • Joffrion, E. (2015, September).“Collaboration between Tribal and Non-Tribal Organizations: Sharing Expertise, Knowledge, and Cultural Resources: A Panel Discussion.”  Paper presented at the Association of Tribal Archives Libraries and Museums, Washington, DC.
  • Joffrion, E. (2015, September). Collaboration and the Protocols for Native American Archival Materials.”  Invited presentation to the Pre-conference Archival Summit, Association of Tribal Archives Libraries and Museums, Washington, DC.
  • Joffrion, E. (2016, April). “Salish Sea Studies: Integrating context for Teaching, Research, and Community Engagement,” Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Vancouver, BC.
  • Joffrion, E. (2016, April). “Funding for Cultural Heritage Organizations,” Northwest Archivists Conference, Seattle, WA.
  • Joffrion, E. (2016, May). "Funding Opportunities for Tribal Stewardship,” Sustainable Heritage Network, Pullman, WA.

 

Roberta Kjesrud

Presentations:

  • Helms, K. & Kjesrud, R. (2016, April 15). Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Directors Day Out: hosted event and developed program, Western Washington University.


Publications:

  • Kjesrud, R. (2015, November 13). “Lessons from Data: Avoiding Lore Bias in Research Paradigms.” Writing Center Journal Online Forum.
  • Kjesrud, R. (2015, Spring-Summer). “Lessons from Data: Avoiding Lore Bias in Research Paradigms,” in the Writing Center Journal 34.1.

 

Rob Lopresti

Presentations:


Publications: 

  • Lopresti, R. (2015). “Nakhshon.” Jewish Noir. PM Press.
  • Lopresti, R. (2015). “On the Ramblas.” Murder Under The Oaks. Down and Out Press.
  • Lopresti, R. (2015). “Shooting at Firemen.” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. July/August 2015.
  • Lopresti, R.  (2016). “Shanks Goes Rogue.” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. May 2016.
  • Lopresti, R. (2016). “Street of the Dead House.” nEvermore! Takes of Murder, Mystery, and the Macabre.  Edge Publishing.  (Chosen for republication in Best American Mystery Stories of 2016, edited by Elizabeth George and Otto Penzler, and Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror Stories 2016, edited by Paula Guran.)

 

Lesley Lowery

Presentations:

  • Lowery, L. (2015, July 8). "Why Should I Care About Primo Norm Rules?" (consortium version)  Portland, OR.
  • Lowery, L. (2015, July 8). Implementing the Updated User Schema." Portland, OR.
  • Lowery, L. (2016, May 4). "Why Should I Care About Primo Norm Rules?" (general audience version) Oklahoma City, OK.
  • Lowery, L. (2016, May 5). "One Set to Rule Them All: Primo Norm Rule Management in a Consortial Environment." Oklahoma City, OK.

 

Clarissa Mansfield

Presentations:  


Publications:

 

Rebecca Marrall

Publications:

  • Marrall, R. (2016). “Sequential Art in Library Credit Instruction: Exploring Multiple Literacies through Graphic Novels, Comics, and Comix.” Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian 35, no. 1.

 

Jenny Oleen

Presentations:

  • Cross, W. & Oleen, J. (2016, March 16). “Scholarly Communication: From Understanding to Engagement.” Association of College and Research Libraries Roadshow. William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA.
  • Fortney, K. 7 Oleen, J. (2016, April 19). “Scholarly Communication: From Understanding to Engagement.” Association of College and Research Libraries Roadshow. ACRL-Maryland Chapter, Baltimore, MD.
  • Oleen, J. (2015, November 19). “Understanding Scholarly Communication.” Library Challenges in the 21st Century Forum. Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. 

 

Mike Olson

Presentations:

Olson, M. (2016, May 16). “Rightsizing Access to Scholarly Resources at Western Washington University: Using a University Task Force to Ensure a Sustainable Collections Budget,” Acquisitions Institute at Timberline Lodge, Mount Hood OR. Paper and slides available at: http://www.acquisitionsinstitute.org/2016-program.

 

Paul Piper

Presentations:

  • Piper, P. (2016, April 14). Poetry Reading for Noisy Water: Poetry from Whatcom County, Village Books, Bellingham, WA.
  • Piper, P. (2016, April 20). "Local Poetry" event and reading, Western Libraries Special Collections, WWU, Bellingham, WA.
  • Luckmann, C., Pilgrim, T. & Piper, P. (2016, April 30). Poetry Reading, Encore Room Mount Baker Theatre, Bellingham, WA.
  • Piper, P. (2016, June 6). "PoetryNight," Bellingham Public Library, Bellingham, WA.

 

Publications:

Frost, A. & Piper, P. (ed.) (2016). A Flutter of Birds Passing through Heaven: a tribute to Robert Sund, Good Deed Rain Press, Bellingham, WA.

Piper, P. (2016). "My Father Losing his Language," in Noisy Water: Poetry from Whatcom County, ed. by L. Allen & J.I. Kleinberg, Threshold Documents, Bellingham, WA.

 

Marian Ritter

Presentations:

  • Ritter, M. (2015, November 8-10). Poster Session: "Information Literacy and the Iconography of Power in Music Pedagogy."  Association Repertoire International d'Iconographie Musicale (RidIM) 15th International Conference Visual Manifestations of Power and Repression in Music, Dance, and Dramatic Arts, Ohio State University Libraries, Columbus, Ohio.

 

Sylvia Tag

Presentations:

  • Shaw, T., Tag, S., & Werder, C.  (2015, April 20). “Inquiry Workshops: Integrating Research and Writing Across the K-20 Continuum.”  LOEX Conference. Denver, Co. 
  • Eaton, M. ,  Barthelmess, T. and Tag, S.  (2015-2016). Three presentations for the Palliative Care Institute: “Not if but When: Books for young people about death and loss”.  Whatcom County Library System, Whatcom County Early Childhood Directors, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA.
 

Carmen Werder

Presentations:

  • Werder, C. (2015, October 28). “Research on Writing Instruction Leading a SoTL Community of Practice.” International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Conference. Melbourne, Australia, 28 (October 28, 2015).
  • Shaw, T., Tag, S., & Werder, C. (2015, April 20). “Inquiry Workshops: Integrating Research and Writing Across the K-20 Continuum.”  LOEX Conference. Denver, Co. 

 

Student Employee Research, Scholarship, & Awards

Presentations:

  • Huntemer-Silveira, A. & Kaufman, A. (2016, April 15). “Micro-consulting,” Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Directors Day Out, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA.
  • Briar, C., Helms, K. & Munson, B.(2015, November 6-8). “The Serial 5-Minute Conference: Studio-Based Learning and Micro Consulting,” National Conference for Peer Tutors of Writing, Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Carrillo, J., Huntemer-Silveira, A. & Kaufman, A. (2015, October 23-24)  “Investigating Studio-Based Learning in the Writing Center,” Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Association Conference, Spokane, WA.
  • Eodice, M.,  Jordan, K.,  Kjesrud, R., Price, S.,  Sicari, A. & Stock, D. (2015, October 8-10). “From Research Question to (R)evolutionary Results: The Publication Pipeline,” International Writing Centers Association Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Publications:

  • Drapela, N. “The Price of Freedom: Identifying the Narrator of Hermann Hesse's Das Glasperlenspiel.” The German Quarterly, Winter 2016: 89:1, 51–66. (DOI: 10.1111/gequ.10255)

 

Awards:

  • Tobias Osterhaug, 2015-16, Fulbright Fellowship, Taiwan.
  • Nathan Drapela, 2015-17, Austrian Federal Ministry of Education and Women's Affairs, Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship.

 

 

Western Libraries Creative and Scholarly Works

2014 – 2015

Jeanne Armstrong

Refereed Journal Article:
  • Armstrong, Jeanne, Translator. Annette Wieviorka, “Women and the Post-war Nazi Trials” Clio 2014/1 (No. 39) Paris, France.
Conference Papers:
  • Armstrong, Jeanne. “Representations of Recovering Traditional Cultural Performances as Antidote to Transgenerational Colonial Trauma in Plays by an Irish Author and A Chicano Yaqui Author.” Indigenous Research Conference, Washington State University. April 18 2015.
  • Armstrong, Jeanne. “Recovering Ritual in Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa and Valdez' Mummified Deer. ”American Conference for Irish Studies, Santa Fe. October 24-25, 2014.

 

Kate Cabe

Presentations:
  • “Configuring and customizing Notices and Letters in the New ILS;” Orbis Cascade Alliance Cohort 4 Functional Training Workshop, September 10, 2014 Portland, OR.
  • Lessons Learned and Go-Live Recommendations;” Orbis Cascade Alliance Cohort 4 Functional Training Workshop, September 10, 2014 Portland, OR.

 

Margaret Fast

Book Chapters:
  • Fast, Margaret.  “Man Ray, Violon d’Ingres (Portrait of Kiki).”  In The Leese Legacy:  Al and Vera  Leese Collection, Gifts from Marian Leese Boylan, edited by Antonella Antonini and Sarah Clark-Langager, 127.  Bellingham, WA:  Western Gallery, Western Washington University, 2013.

 

Gabe Gossett

Presentations:

 

Kelly Helms

Presentations:
  • Kelly Helms and Kalee Larsen, “Imagineering a Cross-Institutional Pacific Northwest Graduate Writing Center.” Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Association Conference, WSU, Vancouver, WA. October 10-11, 2014.
  • Kelly Helms and Roberta Kjesrud, “Writing Centers: From Institutional Space to Personal Place.” Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Association Conference, WSU, Vancouver, WA. October 10-11, 2014.

 

Elizabeth Joffrion

Publications:
  • Elizabeth Joffrion and Natalia Fernandez, “Collaboration between Tribal and Non-Tribal Organizations:  Suggested Best Practices for Sharing Expertise, Knowledge, and Cultural Resources,” American Archivist, Spring/Summer Issue, 2015.
Presentations:
  • Collaborations between Tribal and Non-Tribal Repositories:  Research Update.” Delivered to the Society of American Archivists, Native American Roundtable, Washington, DC (August, 2014).
  • “Collaboration between Tribal and Non-Tribal Organizations: Sharing Expertise, Knowledge, and Cultural Resources.”  Paper presented at the joint meeting of the Northwest Archivists, Rocky Mountain Archivists and California Archivists in Denver, CO  (May, 2015).
  • “Whose History Is It? Community Archives and the Shaping of Memory.”  Chair/moderator at upcoming RBMS meeting in San Francisco, CA (June 2015).

 

Roberta Kjesrud  

Presentations:
  • Roberta Kjesrud, “Writing Centers Spaces: Designing Research.” International Writing Centers Association Collaborative, Tampa, FL. March 18, 2015.
  • Roberta Kjesrud and Kelly Helms, “Writing Centers: From Institutional Space to Personal Place.” Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Association Conference, WSU, Vancouver, WA. October 10-11, 2014.

 

Rob Lopresti

Publications:

  • Lopresti, Rob. (2015). Greenfellas. Oak Tree Press.
  • Lopresti, Rob. (2014). "The Roseville Way." The Anthology of Cozy Noir. Dark House Press. 


Interview:

  • The Digest Enthusiast, no. 2, June 2015, Larque Press. 

 

Rebecca Marrall

Conference Paper:    
Presentations:
  • “Library-Led Publishing Services.” Poster Session, American Library Association Annual Conference – Emerging Leaders Cohort Session, June 2015.
  • “Collective Cultural Competency: Promoting a Dialogue about Diversity in an Academic Library.” Program (Sponsored by the American Library Association – Ethnic & Multicultural Information Exchange Round Table), American Library Association Annual Conference, June 2015.
  • “Developing Best Practices for Serving Transgender Patrons at Library Service Points.” Contributed Paper & PowerPoint Presentation, Association of College & Research Libraries Conference, March 2015.
Awards:
  • ALA Carnegie Whitney Award:  awarded $2,200 in grant funds by the Carnegie-Whitney Committee for the creation of a tertiary electronic resource which focuses upon authors who are women of color (i.e., non-Caucasian or of mixed racial/ethnic identity), and who write speculative fiction.

 

Jenny Oleen

Refereed Journal Articles: 
  • Olsen, Livia M., Jason M. Coleman, and Jenny K. Oleen. “Subject Matrices: An Innovative, Collaborative Approach to Service the Agricultural Sciences.” Journal of Agricultural & Food Information. Vol. 16.1 (2015): 43 – 52. 
  • Oleen, Jenny, Livia Olsen, Diana Farmer. "Publishing and archiving trends in open access: preliminary results." College and University Libraries Section, Kansas Library Association Spring Conference 2014. Emporia, Kansas, May 20-21, 2014.
Conference Paper:
  • Urton, Ellen R., Meagan J. Duever, Casey D. Hoeve, Jenny K. Oleen, Livia Olsen, and David Vail. “Leveraging Library Ecology: Growing Beyond Boundaries to Cultivate a Sustainable Knowledge Community Through Team-Based Librarianship.” Creating Sustainable Community: The Proceedings of the ACRL 2015 Conference, March 25–28, Portland, Oregon. Ed. Dawn M. Mueller. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2015.
Presentation:
  • Cross, William, Jenny Oleen, and Amy Buckland (2015) “Scholarly Communication: From Understanding to Engagement.” Association of College and Research Libraries Roadshow. Tri-College University Libraries, Fargo, ND, April 10, 2015.
  • Davis-Kahl, Stephanie, and Jenny Oleen (2015) “Scholarly Communication: From Understanding to Engagement.” Association of College and Research Libraries Roadshow. University of South Carolina, March 13, 2015.
Book Reviews:
  • Encyclopedia of environmental change ed. by John A. Matthews (SAGE Publications, 2014, 3v.) in Choice, Vol. 51, No. 12, August 2014, 51-6500. doi: 10.5860/CHOICE.51-6500.
  • Resources for our future: key issues and best practices in resource efficiency by Rob Weterings et al. (Amsterdam University Press, 2013, 190 pp.) in Choice, Vol. 51, No. 11, July 2014, 51-6283. doi: 10.5860/CHOICE.51-6283.

 

Mike Olson

  • Selected as a 2014 UCLA Senior Fellow. Held at UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies on August 10-29, the executive program of senior academic librarians dates back to 1982. The 2014 program centered on policy issues in higher education and research libraries in North America. The cohort was selectively chosen: 16 Fellows selected from 75-80 applicants.

 

Paul Piper

Book:
  • Bellingham Poems (co-authored with Charles Luckmann and Tim Pilgrim); Flying Trout Press; Fall Qtr 2014.

 

Sylvia Tag

Conference Papers:
  • "Inquiry Workshops: Integrating Research and Writing Across the K-20 Continuum.” LOEX Conference Proceedings (May, 2015). Co-authored with Carmen Werder and Tracy Shaw.
Presentations:
  • “You Think You Know Me: Cultural Identity in Children’s Literature.” Panel Moderator. Humanities Washington Think & Drink Series, March 2015.
  • “Award Winning Books in Children’s Literature.” 3-Day Workshop. Iowa City Home School Association. Iowa City, IA., February 2015.

 

Carmen Werder

Conference Papers:
  • LOEX Conference.  “Inquiry Workshops: Integrating Research and Writing Across the K-20 Continuum.” Denver, Co.  Co-presented with Sylvia Tag and Tracy Shaw, 20 April 2015.
  • International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Conference.  “Enriching the Fabric of Learning Through Inquiry with Students.” Quebec City, 23 October 2014.

 

Writing Center Student Scholarly Work

Conference Presentations:
  • Alyssa Kaufman and Cory Briar, “The Life of a Writing Center Tutor.” Western Regional Honors Conference, University of Nevada, Reno, April 10-12, 2015.
  • Abigail Hulbert, Kali Legg, and Allison Anders, “How Can We Diminish the Impact of Fear and Encourage Risk-taking in Writing?” Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Association Conference, WSU, Vancouver, WA. October 10-11, 2014.
  • Emma Winningham, Bethany Munson, and Alex Cyr, “Over the Hedge: An Exploration of Linguistic Hedging in the Writing Center.” Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Association Conference, WSU, Vancouver, WA. October 10-11, 2014.
  • Kathryn Jensen and Michael Johnston, “Multimodal Composition in Writing Centers (What We Talk About When We Talk About Writing),” Pacific Northwest Writing Centers Association Conference, WSU, Vancouver, WA. October 10-11, 2014.
Student Award:
  • Kali Legg—Mabel Zoe Wilson Outstanding Student Employee

 

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Western Libraries Creative and Scholarly Works

2013 – 2014

 

Jeanne Armstrong

  • Books Published: Armstrong, Jeanne, (2013). The Great Misery. Translation of La grande misère by Maisie Renault. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Zea Press.
  • Book Review: Armstrong, Jeanne, (2014). Book Review of “A Companion to Gender Prehistory,  Feminist Collections” 34:3/4, 19-20.
  • Presentation: Sinéad Morrissey’s ‘The Wound Man’ and Eiléan NíChuilleanáin’s‘ The Girl Who Married the Reindeer’: Contemporary poets revisit questions about apocalypse and power in ‘Second Coming’ and ‘Leda and the Swan;’" American Conference for Irish Studies, San Francisco, September 2013.

 

Kate Cabe

Presentations:

  • Discovery to Delivery: Rethinking Resource Sharing “Discovery in an Academic Consortium;” ALA Preconference, June 28, 2013, Chicago, IL.
  • "Resource Sharing Workflow Changes;” Orbis Cascade Alliance Summit Day, July 8, 2013 Vancouver, WA.
  • “Resource Sharing Within the New ILS;” Orbis Cascade Alliance Cohort 2 Functional Training Workshop, September 10, 2013 Portland, OR.
  • “Policy Updates and the Future of Alliance Resource Sharing;” Orbis Cascade Alliance Summit Planning and Operation Team (SPOT) Open Call, October 30, 2013.
  • “NRE and Alma;” Orbis Cascade Alliance SPOT Open Call, December 11, 2013.
  • “Configuring Notices in the New ILS;” Orbis Cascade Alliance Cohort 3 Functional Training Workshop, March 25, 2014 Portland, OR.
  • “Resource Sharing Within the New ILS;” Orbis Cascade Alliance Cohort 3 Functional Training Workshop, March 25, 2014 Portland, OR.
  • “AAR in a New Hybrid Environment;” Orbis Cascade Alliance SPOT Open Call, April 23, 2014.
  • “Resource Sharing—Before, During and After;” Orbis Cascade Alliance Summer Meeting, July 9, 2014 Portland, OR.

 

Margaret Fast

Essays / Book Chapters:

  • Fast, Margaret.  “Man Ray, Violon d’Ingres (Portrait of Kiki).”  In The Leese Legacy:  Al and Vera  Leese Collection, Gifts from Marian Leese Boylan, edited by Antonella Antonini and Sarah Clark-Langager, 127.  Bellingham, WA:  Western Gallery, Western Washington University, 2013.
  • Fast, Margaret.  “Jan Forsberg, Burnt Geometry.”  In The Leese Legacy:  Al and Vera Leese Collection, Gifts from Marian Leese Boylan, edited by Antonella Antonini and Sarah Clark-Langager, 154.  Bellingham, WA:  Western Gallery, Western Washington University, 2013.
  • Fast, Margaret.  “Willi Baumeister, Untitled.”  In The Leese Legacy:  Al and Vera Leese Collection, Gifts from Marian Leese Boylan, edited by Antonella Antonini and Sarah Clark-Langager, 156.  Bellingham, WA:  Western Gallery, Western Washington University, 2013.


Library Exhibits:

  • Asian Ceramics: Collection of the Western Gallery, with Sarah-Clark-Langager, 2014.
  • Rare Books in Special Collections, Seizō "mandara" shūsei: Chibetto mandara = Tibetan Mandalas: The Ngor Collection by Bsod-nams-rgya-mtsho, Malcolm P. L. Green and Musashi Tachikawa,with Paul Piper, 2014.
  • Welcome ASPAC: 2014 Conference and Keynote Speaker Timothy Brooke, 2014.
  • Scholars Week Keynote Speakers, with Robyn Adcox, 2014.
  • 2014 Scholars Week Keynote Speaker:  Radha S. Hegde, with Robyn Adcox, 2014.

 

Gabe Gossett

Presentation:


Exhibit:

 

Elizabeth Joffrion:

Book Chapters:

  • Joffrion, Elizabeth (2104) The Will to Collaborate” an essay published in June L Mazer Lesbian Archives: Making Invisible Histories Visible: a Resource Guide to the Collections, Los Angeles, UCLA Center for the Study of Women.


Presentations:

  • “More Product Less Process, Why It Matters to Tribal Archives;” presented to the Association of Tribal Archives Libraries and Museums, Palm Springs, CA (June, 2014).
  • “Teaching with Primary Sources,” chair, Northwest Archivists Conference, Spokane, WA (May 2014).  
  • “Unveiling the Past: Hidden Diversity in the Archives,” Rare Books and Manuscripts Section of ALA, Las Vegas, (June 2014). 
  •  “To Protect and Connect:  Strategic Stewardship of Cultural Heritage Materials in the Archives,” presented to Society of American Archivists, New Orleans, (August, 2013).
  • “Developing Successful Partnerships between Tribal Communities and Non-Tribal Cultural Heritage Institutions,” presented to Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums,  Albuquerque , NM (June, 2013).

 

Rozlind Koester

Presentation:

  • “Learning to Teach and Teaching to Learn: The Heritage Resources Instruction Module and Primary Source Literacy at Western Washington University;” presented at the Northwest Archivists 2014 Conference, Spokane, WA.

 

Rob Lopresti

Publications:

  • Lopresti, Robert. “The Accessory.” Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine.  June 2014.
  • Lopresti, Robert. “A Bad Day For Bargain Hunters.” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine.  May 2014.
  • Lopresti, Robert.  “Crow’s Lesson.”  Malfeasance Occasional. September 2013.
  • Lopresti, Robert. “Devil Chased The Wolf Away.” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine.  January-February 2014.
  • Lopresti, Robert. “The Red Envelope.” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine.  July/August 2013.  (Winner of the Black Orchid Novella Award 2012.)
  • Lopresti, Robert. “Two Men, One Gun.” Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine.  October 2013.

 

Rebecca Marrall

Book Chapter:

  • Marrall, R. M. (2013). “Multicultural education through graphic novels.” Graphic Novels and Comics in the Classroom: Essays on the Educational Power of Sequential Art. Eds: Carrye K. Syma & Robert G. Weiner. McFarland Press. (Peer Reviewed).


Exhibits:

  • Marrall, R. M. (2013). “Serving students with disabilities: How campus partnerships can enhance college education.” Poster Session, Diversity & Outreach Fair at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. (Peer Reviewed).
  • Marrall, R. M. (2014). “Preferred names and pronouns: Best practices for serving trans individuals at multiple library service points.” Poster Session, Diversity & Outreach Fair at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV. (Peer Reviewed).

 

Paul Piper

Book:

  • Praises/Praises Too (co-authored by Allen Frost); South Fork Press, 2014.


Presentation:

  • The Information Commons: How Millions of Online Volunteers Are Creating a New Society at International Conference on Arts & Humanities, Honolulu, HI  1/10 – 13/2014.

 

Jenny Oleen

Exhibit:

  • Oleen, Jenny, Livia Olsen, Diana Farmer. "Publishing and archiving trends in open access: preliminary results." College and University Libraries Section, Kansas Library Association Spring Conference 2014. Emporia, Kansas, May 20-21, 2014.


Presentation:

  • Olsen, Livia, Jenny Oleen, and Jason Coleman. "Subject matrices: An innovative, collaborative approach to serving the agricultural sciences." USAIN 2014 Conference. Burlington, VA, May 4-7, 2014.


Book Reviews:

  • Earth Systems and Environmental Science Reference Module from Elsevier (Elsevier, online database) in Choice, Vol. 51, No. 7, March 2014, 51-3585
  • Writing science in plain English by Anne E. Greene (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, 2013, 124 pp.) in Choice, Vol. 51, No. 3, November 2013, 51-1233.

 

Elizabeth Stephan

Edited Volumes:

  • Editor, RUSA Update, newsletters for the Reference and Users Services Association, Fall, Spring and Summer 2013.
  • Editor, RUSA Update, newsletter for the Reference and Users Services Association, Winter 2013-14 and Spring 2014.

 

Bob Thomas

Presentations:

  • “Sharing the Work in Technical Services” as part of the Plenary Session at the Orbis Cascade Alliance Summer Meeting (July 2014).
  • “The Traditional User-Focused Goals of Authority Control and Their Realization in Alma” at the Orbis Cascade Alliance Summer Meeting (July 2014).
  • “The Architecture and Functionality of the Alma Network Zone” at the Orbis Cascade Alliance’s Cohort 2 Functional Workshop (September 2013).
  • “The Architecture and Functionality of the Alma Network Zone” at the Orbis Cascade Alliance’s Collaborative Technical Services Day (September 2013).

 

Carmen Werder

Book Chapters:

  • Werder, Carmen and Erik Skogsberg.  “Trusting a Culture of Dialogue with Students as Co-Inquirers” in Student Engagement Handbook: Practice in Higher Education.  Elisabeth Dunne and Derfel Owen, eds.  UK: Emerald Group Publishing. (2013).
  • Werder, Carmen. “The Promise of Self-Authorship as an Integrative Framework for Supporting Faculty Writers” in Working with Faculty Writers. Anne Ellen Geller and Michele Eodice, edsUtah State University Press. (2013).
  • Werder, Carmen.  “Navigating Interdisciplinary Rip Tides on the Way to the Scholarship of Integrative Learning” in The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning In and Across the Disciplines, Kathleen McKinney, ed. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. (2013).


Invited Journal Article:

  • Werder, Carmen.“Democratizing Teaching and Learning Through Real Dialogue Across Differences.” Daniel Espinoza-Gonzalez. “Finding My Voice.” Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures. Washington, D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities. Winter 2013, vol. 16, no. 1. 20-21.  Available online at http://www.aacu.org/diversitydemocracy/vol16no1/werder.cfm


Conference Papers:

  • Carmen Werder, Shevell Thibou, Kali Legg, and Tim Costello. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) Conference.  “Transforming Teaching and Learning Cooperatives.”  Raleigh, NC, 4 October 2013
  • Carmen Werder.  Elon Symposium on Transfer. “Disturbing Mis-alignments: Uncovering Expectations About Writing.” Elon University, 27 June 2013


Presentation:

  • Carmen Werder, Shevell Thibou, Mark Greenberg, Nathan Romond, and John Farquhar.  Nakama Conference. “Facing Change by Engaging Faces in the Learning Commons.”  Western Washington University, September 2013.

 

Student Scholarly Work:

  • Kali Legg, a Learning Commons Student Liaison, received the “Outstanding Student Presentation” award at the 2013 International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSoTL) Conference in Raleigh, N.C., October 213.   Kali was selected from a pool of student presenters that included both undergraduate and graduate students.