Information Literacy Research

2016

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Smeaton, K., Maybee, C., Bruce, C. S., and Hughes, H. (2016). Crossing literacy and informed learning boundaries with Manga. ACCESS, 30(1), 12-26.

Stonebraker, I., Robertshaw, M. B. & Moss, J. D. (2016). Student See Versus Student Do: A Comparative Study of Two Online Tutorials. TechTrends, 1-7.

Stonebraker I. & Zhang, T. (2016). Participatory culture and e-learning: Using crowdsourcing as a catalyst for online student engagement. In S. Rice & M. N. Gregor (Eds.), E-learning and the academic library: Essays on innovative initiatives (pp. 159-174). Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Zwicky, D., & Hands, M. (2016). The Effect of Peer Review on Information Literacy Outcomes in a Chemical Literature Course. Journal of Chemical Education, 96(3), 477-481.

Conference Papers and Other Publications

Weiner, S. A. & Watkinson, C. (2016). What do students learn from participation in an undergraduate research journal? Results of an assessment. In Proceedings of the 2014 ARL Library Assessment Conference. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 338-376 (reprinted from Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 2(2), eP1125), 2015.

Presentations

Fundator, R., & Stonebraker, I. (2016, April). Playing the long game: Longitudinal assessment of information literacy. Presented at the Illinois Information Literacy Summit, Palos Hills, IL

Kong, N. (2016, March/April). Exploring the GIS learning pathway for humanities scholars. Presented at the American Association of Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Maybee, C. (2016, April). Making an impact: Transforming academic courses through student-centered learning. Keynote presentation at the Visiting Scholar Lecture Series, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE.

Maybee, C. Riehle C. F. & Flierl, M. (2016, April). Common conversations about teaching and learning: Making an impact. Panel presented at the Visiting Scholar Lecture Series, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE.

Riehle, C. F. (2016, May). Students, librarians, and opportunities at the Intersection of information literacy & scholarly communication. Presented at the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use Conference, Vancouver, UBC.

Riehle C. F. & Hensley, M. K. (2016, April). What do undergraduate students know about scholarly communication? A research study and conversation about implications in light of current trends. Presented at the LOEX 2016 Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.

Weiner, S., Acharya, L., Dilworth, K., Heinzl, L., Kirkham, L., Lutgen, C., McGowan, B., & Walker, D. (2016, April). A collaborative approach to addressing health information literacy among high school students. Presentation at the Purdue P-12 Networking Summit & Poster Session, West Lafayette, IN.

2015

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Carlson J., & Stowell Bracke, M. (2015). Planting the seeds for data literacy: Lessons learned from a student-centered education program, International Journal of Digital Curation, 10(1), 95-110.

Gundlach, E., Maybee, C., & O'Shea, K., (2015). Statistical literacy social media project for the masses. The Journal of Faculty Development, 29(2), 71-80.

Maybee, C., Carlson, J., Slebodnik, M., & Chapman, B. (2015). It's in the syllabus: Identifying information literacy and data information literacy opportunities using a grounded theory approach. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 41(4), 369-376.

Mentzer N. & Fosmire, M. (2015). Quantifying the information habits of high school students engaged in engineering design. Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research (J-PEER), 5(2), 22-34.

Morris, S., Mykytiuk L., & Weiner, S. (2015). Archival literacy for history students: What do students need to know about primary source materials? American Archivist, 77(2), 394-424.

Stonebraker, I. (2015). Flipping the business information literacy classroom: Redesign, implementation, and assessment of a case study. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship, 20(4), 283-301.

Stonebraker, I. (2015). Specialized tutorials for specialized resources: Using Interactive Guide on the Side tutorials for special libraries reference and instruction. Public Services Quarterly, 11(3), 232-236.

Stowell Bracke, M. & Fosmire, M. (2015). Teaching data information literacy skills in a library workshop setting: A case study in agricultural and biological engineering. In J. Carlson & L.R. Johnston (Eds.), Data information literacy: Librarians data, and the education of a new generation of researchers (pp. 129-148). West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Weiner, S. A. & Jackman, L. W. (2015). Final report on the National Forum on Information Literacy (NFIL). Journal of Information Literacy, 9(2):, 129-130.

Weiner, S., Morris S., & Mykytiuk, L. (2015). Archival literacy competencies for undergraduate history majors. American Archivist, 78(1), 153-179.

Wright, S. J., Carlson, J., Jeffryes J., Andrews, C., Stowell Bracke, M., Fosmire, M., Johnston, L. J., Sapp Nelson, M., Walton, D., & Westra, B. (2015). Developing data information literacy programs: A guide for academic librarians. In J. Carlson & L.R. Johnston (Eds.), Data information literacy: Librarians data, and the education of a new generation of researchers (pp. 205-230), West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Conference Papers and Other Publications

Carlson, J., Nelson, M. S., Johnston, L. R., & Koshoffer, A. (2015). Developing data literacy programs: Working with faculty, graduate students and undergraduates. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 41(6), 14-17.

Hérubel, J-P. V. M. (2015). Prismatic realities: Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary Cultures and implications for information literacy in visual studies; the case of history of photography. In S. Kurbanoğlu, J. Boustany, S. Špiranec, E. Grassian, D. Mizrachi, & L. Roy (Eds.), Information Literacy: Moving Toward Sustainability. Paper presented at the 3rd European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), Tallinn, Estonia, 19-22 October (pp. 600-610). Berlin & Heidelberg: Springer.

Stonebraker, I. & Doan, T. (2015). Undergraduate learning in libraries: Space design for academic course transformation and re-thinking campus culture. In Re-think it: Libraries for a New Age-Conference: Proceeding, Book 4. Retrieved from http://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/rethinkit_proceedings/4

Presentations

Flierl, M. (2015, October). Communicating the Framework to Faculty. Presented at the Augustana Information Literacy in Academic Libraries Workshop, Camrose, Alberta.

Flierl, M. & Moss, J. D. (2015, November). Increasing SoTL via Annotated Bibliography and Curated LibGuide. Poster presented at the 40th Annual POD Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Hérubel, J. V.M. (2015, October). Prismatic Realities: Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Cultures and Implications for Information Literacy in Visual Studies; the Case of History of Photography. Presented at the European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), Tallinn, Estonia.

Kong N. (2015, April). Developing the Libraries' Geospatial Program for humanities. Presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Maybee C. (2015, April). Preparing today's learners: The role of information literacy in the adoption of innovative pedagogies. Presented at the University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, AUS.

Maybee, C. & Zilinski, L. (2015, November). Data informed learning: A next phase data literacy framework for higher education. Poster presentation given at Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T), St. Louis, MO.

Mullins, J. (2015, February). Active learning/IMPACT & the Active Learning Center at Purdue University. Presented at the Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL.

Pascuzzi, P. E. (2015, March). Embedding data literacy instruction in an introductory bioinformatics course. Presented at the Association of College & Research Libraries Conference, Portland, OR.

Schulze, D. & Kong N. (2015, May). The Integrating Spatial Educational Experiences (Isee) iPad App. Presented at the 2015 Indiana GIS Conference, Bloomington, IN.

Stonebraker, I. &  Doan T. (2015, August). Undergraduate Learning in Libraries: Space Design for Academic Course Transformation. P resented at Re-think it: Libraries for a New Age, Allendale, MI.

Stonebraker, I. &  Doan T. (2015, August). Re-Thinking Campus Culture. Presented at Re-think it: Libraries for a New Age, Allendale, MI.

Stowell Bracke, M. (2015, March). Learning as we go: A pilot program to teach data literacy skills to graduate students. Poster presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries Conference, Portland, OR.

Weiner S. (2015, January). Information Literacy in the Pathway to Success Presented at Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN.

Weiner S. (2015, February). Learning commons and transitions to college and workplace. Presented to Tippecanoe School Corporation administrators.

2014

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Branch, B. D. (2014). Libraries and spatial literacy: Toward next-generation education. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 21(1), 109-114.

Maybee, C. (2014). Experiences of informed learning in the undergraduate classroom. In C. S. Bruce, H. Partridge, H. Hughes, K. Davis & I Stoodley (Eds.), Information experience: Approaches to theory and practice. Bingley: Emerald Books.

Stonebraker, I. (2014). Good library data made better with technology! Using OpenRefine and Google Fusion tables in academic business libraries instruction. Academic BRASS, 9 (2).

Stonebraker, I. & Zhang, T. (2014). CrowdAsk: Crowdsourcing reference and library help. In D. A. Tyckoson and J. G. Dove (Eds.), Reimagining Reference in the 21st Century (pp. 285-293), West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Stowell Bracke, M. & Graveel, J. G. (2014). Using Calibrated Peer Review to teach basic research skills. Natural Sciences Education, 43, 11-15.

Weiner, S. (2014). Who teaches information literacy competencies? Report of a study of faculty. College Teaching, 62(1), 5-12.

Weiner, S., & Watkinson, C. (2014). What do students learn from participation in an undergraduate research journal? Results of an assessment. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 2(2), eP1125.

Zilinski, L., Sapp Nelson, M. & Van Epps, A. (2014). Developing professional skills in STEM students: Data information literacy. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, 77.

Conference Papers and Other Publications

Adams, R. S., Brightman, A., Buzzanell, P., Cardella, M., Duval-Couetil, N., Fosmire, M., Jaycox, H., McMullen, S., Purzer, S., Radcliffe, D., Siddiqui J., & Zhao, F. (2014). Catalyzing research-to-practice conversations: A global, interdisciplinary, and emergent symposium in the context of learning design. In Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education conference. Madrid, Spain.

Douglas, K. A., Rohan, C., Fosmire, M., Smith, C., Van Epps, A., & Purzer, S. (2014). I just Google it: A qualitative study of information strategies in problem solving used by upper and lower level engineering students. In Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education conference. Madrid, Spain.

Stonebraker, I. (2014). Good library data made better with technology! Using OpenRefine and Google Fusion tables in academic business libraries instruction. Academic BRASS, 9 (2).

Stonebraker, I. R., Robertshaw, M. B., Hal P. Kirkwood, H. P., & Dugan, M. (2014). Bring Your Own Device in the Information Literacy Classroom. Indiana Libraries, 33(2), 64-67.

Stowell Bracke, M. (2014). Using Calibrated Peer Review to teach basic research skills. CSA News Magazine, 59(6), 36.

Weiner S. (2014). The state of information literacy policy: A global priority. Agricultural Information Worldwide, 6, 5-10.

Presentations

Barnes, I. (2014, May). Letting Gogh of the traditional lecture and lab: Flipping the business information literacy classroom. Presented at the 42nd LOEX Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.

Carlson, J. (2014, February). The data information literacy project: Past, present and future. e-Science Institute webinar sponsored by Dura Space.

Carlson, J. & Mooney, H. (2014, June). Developing data literacies for graduate students in the social sciences. Presented at IASSIST, Toronto, ON.

Carlson, J. & Sapp Nelson, M. (2014, May). Data information literacy. Presented at the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) Library Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Doan T. (2014, May). Transforming student-centered learning at Purdue University. Presented at the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) Library Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.

Doan, T., Maybee C., & McNeil, B. (2014, July). Making an IMPACT! Advancing student-centered learning at Purdue University. Presented at the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), Pittsburgh, PA.

Douglas, K. A., Wertz, R. H. E., Fosmire, M., Purzer, S. & Van Epps, A. (2014, June). First year and junior engineering students' self-assessment of information literacy skills. Presented at ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Indianapolis, IN.

Gibson, C., & Stonebraker, I. (2014, August). Improving instruction: Metaliteracy through crowdsourcing in the classroom. Presented at the Indiana University Information Literacy Colloquium, South Bend, IN.

Maybee, C. & Baer, A. (2014, July). Threshold concepts: Challenges and possibilities for library instruction. Presented at the Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI) Information Literacy Unconference, Greencastle, IN.

Maybee, C., Slebodnik, M. & Carlson, J. (2014, August). Analyzing departmental syllabi to identify liaison opportunities for information and data literacy. Presented at the Indiana University Libraries Information Literacy Colloquium, South Bend, IN.

Mullins, J. (2014, June). The Active Learning Center – A new concept for a library. Presented at the Association of University Architects 59th Annual National Conference, South Bend, IN.

Riehle, C. F. (2014, May). Collaborators in course design: A librarian and publisher at the intersection of information literacy & scholarly communication. Presented at the 42nd LOEX Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.

Scherer, D. & Zilinski, L. (2014, June). Redefining the nexus: The convergence of information literacy, scholarly communication, and data literacy. Presented at the 35th annual International Association of Scientific and Technological University Libraries (IATUL) Conference, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland.

Stonebraker, I. (2014, November). Crowdsourcing, libraries and reference: CrowdAsk. Presented at the Charleston Conference: Issues in Book and Serial Acquisition, Charleston, SC.

Stonebraker, I. & Dugan, M. (2014, June). Flipping business information literacy: Scalability and instruction. Presented at the BRASS Business Reference in Academic Libraries Forum, American Library Association Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.

Stonebraker, I. & Zhang, T. (2014, June). CrowdAsk: A crowdsourced library help system. Presented at the American Library Association's Library and Information Technology Association Heads of Technology (HoLT) IG meeting, Las Vegas, NV.

Stonebraker, I. & Zhang, T. (2014, October). Crowdsourcing library help and reference systems. Presented at Internet Librarian, Monterey, CA.

Weiner, S. (2014, August). What do students learn from participation in an undergraduate research journal? Results of an assessment. Presented at the ARL Library Assessment Conference, Seattle, WA.

Weiner, S. (2014, September). Learning commons and transitions to college and workplace Presented at the Wabash Regional Library meeting, West Lafayette, IN.

Weiner, S. (2014, October). Pulling out all the stops! To advance information literacy. Keynote presented at the Texas Library Association District 3 Meeting, Round Rock, TX.

Weiner, S., Morris, S. & Mykytiuk, L. (2014, October). Spanning boundaries to identify archival literacy competencies. Presented at the Library Research Seminar VI, Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Weiner, S. & Wang, L. (2014, May). Preparing librarians to be campus leaders through mapping and integrating information literacy into curriculum. Presented at the 42nd LOEX Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.

Zilinski, Z & Sapp Nelson M. (2014, November). Thinking critically about data consumption: Creating the data credibility checklist. Poster presented at the 77th ASIS&T Annual Meeting. 

2013

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Carlson, J. & Stowell Bracke, M. (2013). Data management and sharing from the perspective of graduate students: An examination of the culture and practice at the Water Quality Field Station portal: Libraries and the Academy, 13(4), 343-361.

Carlson, J., Johnston, L., Westra, B. & Nichols, M. (2013). Developing an approach for data management education: A report from the Data Information Literacy Project. International Journal of Digital Curation, 8(1), 204-217.

Fosmire, M. (2013). What I've Been Reading: Cognitive Development and Reflective Judgment in Information Literacy. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, 74.

Maybee, C., Bruce, C. S., Lupton, M., & Rebmann, K. R. (2013). Learning to use information: Informed learning in the undergraduate classroom. Library & Information Science Research, 35(3), 200–206.

Riehle, C. F. & Weiner, S. (2013). High-Impact Educational Practices: An Exploration of the Role of Information Literacy. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 20(2): 127-143.

Weiner, S. & Coetsee, T. (2013). Key professional principles for South African academic librarians. Mousaion: South African Journal of Information Studies, 31(3),110-126.

Van Epps, A. & Sapp Nelson, M. (2013). One-shot or embedded? Assessing different delivery timing for information resources relevant to assignments. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 8(1), 4-18.

Weiner, S., Jackman, L. W., & Prause, E. (2013). Strategizing for public policy: The Information Literacy State Proclamation Project. Public Services Quarterly, 9(4), 284-299.

Wertz, R. E. H, Purzer, Ş., Fosmire, M. J. & Cardella, M. E. (2013). Assessing information literacy skills demonstrated in an engineering design task. Journal of Engineering Education, 102(4): 577–602.

Conference Papers and Other Publications

Junco R. & Clem, C. (2013). Evaluating how the CourseSmart Engagement Index predicts student course outcomes/ Research report. San Mateo, CA: CourseSmart.

Weiner, S. (2013). Overview: The role of information policy in resolving global challenges. Policy Education Brief , No. 1. West Lafayette: Purdue University Global Policy Research Institute.

Weiner, S. (2013, July). The state of information literacy policy: A global priority (Keynote paper presented at the XIV World Congress of the International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists (IAALD). AgInfo Worldwide, 6, 5-10.

Presentations

Garritano, J. & Yatcilla, J. (2013, June). Participatory design of the Active Learning Center, a combined classroom and library building. Presented at the CLIR Participatory Design Seminar: Sharing Research, Ideas, and Methods, Rochester, New York.

Junco, R. (2013, September). Srsly? We're going to use it for class?: Evidence-based approaches to using social media in the classroom. Presented at Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey.

Junco, R. (2013, October). Using social media data to predict advising outcomes. Presented at the National Academic Advising Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

Junco, R., Devine, S., Guardia, A. & Jaschik, S. (2013, October). Evaluating the impact of educational analytics. Panel presented at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Anaheim, California.

Maybee, C., Bruce, C. S. & Lupton, M. (2013, October). Methodological developments in phenomenography: Investigating using information to learn in the discipline classroom. Presented at the European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL), Istanbul, Turkey.

Maybee, C., Garritano, J. & Doan, T. (2013, July). IMPACT, information literacy and learning spaces. Presented at the Association for College and Research Libraries Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Van Epps, A. S. (2013, June). Educating for evidence based decision in engineering: The view as librarian and instructor. Presented at the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference and Exposition, Atlanta, GA.

Van Epps, A. S. & Fosmire, M., Wertz, R.E.H., & Purzer, S. (2013, June). Measuring science and technology information literacy competencies: Creation of the CELT assessment. Presented at American Library Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Van Epps, A. S. & Fosmire, M., Wertz, R.E.H., Purzer, S. & Saragih, A. I. (2013, June). Work in progress: Critical thinking and information literacy: Assessing student performance. Presented at the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference and Exposition, Atlanta, GA.

Weiner, S. (2013, March). Information literacy: Research, policy, and practice. Presented at the University of South Carolina (hosted by the School of Library and Information Science), Columbia, SC.

Weiner, S. (2013, June). Evidence-Based Practices Discussion Group, Panel presented at American Library Association Annual Meeting, Association for College and Research Libraries University Libraries Section, Chicago, IL.

Weiner, S. (2013, June). Teaching information literacy for life: Addressing the issues. Keynote presented at the 3rd Annual Connecticut Information Literacy Symposium, Hartford, Connecticut.

2012

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Bracke, M. S., Weiner, S. A., Nixon, J. M. & Deatherage, S. (2012). Criteria for evaluating journals in the scholarship of teaching and learning in agriculture, natural resources, and the life sciences. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 6(2).

Dugan, M., & Fulton, J. (2012). Introducing library research databases to agricultural economics students. NACTA Journal, 56(3), 42-48.

Kirkwood, H., & Evans, K. (2012). Embedded librarianship and virtual environments in entrepreneurship information literacy: A case study. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship, 17(1), 106-116.

Riehle, C.F. (2012). Inciting curiosity and creating meaning: Teaching information evaluation through the lens of 'bad science.' Public Services Quarterly, 8(3), 227-234.

Weiner, S. (2012). Institutionalizing information literacy. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 38(5):287–293.

Weiner, S. A. (2012). Information literacy beyond the library: Organizations to watch. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 19(1), 114-119.

Weiner, S., Pelaez, N., Chang, K., & Weiner, J. (2012). Biology and nursing students' perceptions of a web-based information literacy tutorial. Communications in Information Literacy, 5(2), 187-201.

Conference Papers and Other Publications

*Van Epps, A. S. & *Sapp Nelson, M. (2012, June). One or Many? Assessing different delivery timing for information resources relevant to assignments during the semester. A work-in-preparation. (Paper No. AC2012-3077). In Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (Session M533), San Antonio, TX.

Presentations

Maybee, C. (2012, August). Using information to learn: Informed learning in the higher education classroom. Presented at the University of Borås, Borås, Sweden.

Maybee, C. (2012, August). Variations in student experiences of learning to use information in context. Presented at the European Association for Research for Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Special Interest Group 9 Phenomenography Conference, Jönköping, Sweden.

Purzer, Ş., Fosmire, M., Wertz, R.E.H., & Yoon, S.Y. (2012, March). Development of the Critical Engineering Literacy Test (CELT). Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Weiner, S. (2012, November). Who teaches information literacy? Report of a survey of faculty. Presented at Private Academic Libraries of Indiana Reference and Instruction Section, Indianapolis, IN.

Weiner, S. (2012, September). The Information Literacy Proclamation Project. Presented at 9th Annual Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.

Weiner, S. (2012, April). Who Teaches Information Literacy? Report of a Survey of Faculty. Keynote presented at Illinois Information Literacy Summit, Carterville, IL & Normal, IL.

2011

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Carlson, J., Fosmire, M., Miller, C., & Sapp Nelson, M. (2011). Determining data information literacy needs: A study of students and research faculty. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 11(2), 629-657.

Weiner, S. A., Stephens, G. & Nour, A. Y. M. (2011). Information-seeking behaviors of first-semester veterinary medicine students: A preliminary report. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 38(1):21-32.

Weiner, S. (2011). Information literacy and the workforce: A review. Education Libraries, 34(2):7-14.

Conference Papers and Other Publications

Fosmire, M. (2011, August). Information literacy and engineering design: Developing an integrated conceptual model. Presented at the IFLA World Library and Information Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Fosmire, M., & David R. (2012, June). Knowledge-enabled engineering design: Toward an integrated model. In Proceedings of the ASEE National Conference, San Antonio, TX. AC 2012-4705.

Killion, V. J. (2011). Drug information (literacy) at Purdue: One librarian's serendipitous path to integrating information literacy throughout the pharmacy school curriculum. Indiana Libraries, 30(2), 16-20.

Meagan R., *Michael F., Senay P., & Monica C. (2011, June). Lifelong Learning and Information Literacy Skills and the First Year Engineering Undergraduate: Report of a Self-Assessment. In Proceedings of the ASEE National Conference, Vancouver, BC.

*Wertz, R. E. H., Ross, M., *Fosmire, M., Purzer, S., & Cardella, M. (2011, June). Are engineering students lifelong learners? Results from a two-tier multiple choice instrument. In Proceedings of the ASEE National Conference, Vancouver, BC.

*Wertz, R. E. H., Ross, M., Fosmire, M., Purzer, S., & Cardella, M (2011, June). Do students gather information to inform design decisions? Development of an authentic assessment tool of information gathering skills in first-year engineering students. In Proceedings of the ASEE National Conference, Vancouver, BC.

Presentations

Riehle, C.F. (2011, June). From cognitive to constructive: Teaching information evaluation by exploring 'bad science'. Poster presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Weiner, S. (2011, April). Institutionalizing information literacy. Presented at Librarians and Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC), London, UK.