Entries tagged with ‘library’

Jeff Jenson (Library)

Jeff A. Jenson was an invited speaker for a “Symposium on Archives and Education” at Bethany Lutheran College and the Evangelical Lutheran Synod on 14 May 2019. He spoke on the topics of Collecting, Preserving, Analyzing, and Communicating our Heritage. Slides, providing an overview of his presentation, can be found in GustieScholar, the Gustavus institutional […]

Rachel Flynn (Library)

Rachel Flynn co-presented a paper titled “Wandering into the Wilderness: Embracing Ambiguity in Information Literacy Instruction” at the 2019 LOEX conference held in Minneapolis May 9-11, 2019.

Julie Gilbert (Library) 

Julie Gilbert (Library) wrote a short story, “Colorblind,” that appears in Potluck: Creative Works by Minnesota Library Workers, an open access publication highlighting the Minnesota Libraries Publishing Project. The story considers questions of identity, race, and adoption and can be read here.

Jeff Jenson (Library)

Jeff A. Jenson participated in the 53rd Annual Northern Great Plains History Conference, where he chaired a session on “Midwestern Political History.”

Michelle Twait (Library)

Michelle Twait authored a chapter, “Evidence and Authority in Health and Exercise Science Research,” in Disciplinary Applications of Information Literacy Threshold Concepts (American Library Association, 2017), edited by Samantha Godbey, Susan Beth Wainscott, and Xan Goodman. This chapter explores HES students’ understanding of the constructed and contextual nature of authority, as well as how HES […]

Anna Hulseberg, Jeff Jenson, and Michelle Twait (Library)

Anna Hulseberg, Jeff Jenson, and Michelle Twait presented a session “More Than Just a Job: Student and Supervisor Perspectives on Mentoring” at the 2017 Brick and Click: An Academic Library Conference in Maryville.

Barbara Fister (Library)

Barbara Fister was invited to give the annual Marjorie Whetstone Ashton lecture at the University of New Mexico, where she also conducted a workshop for faculty. The text of her talk, “Practicing Freedom for the Post-Truth Era” is available in GustieScholar.

Julie Gilbert (Library)

Julie Gilbert wrote a series of four children’s books, which were released this spring. The Dark Waters series, published by Stone Arch Books, tells the story of India Finch and her mermaid friends. Known as hi-lo books (high interest for low level readers), the series is written for teens who read at a second grade […]

Anna Hulseberg (Library) and Anna Versluis (Geography)

Anna Hulseberg and Anna Versluis published an article titled “Integrating Information Literacy into an Undergraduate Geography Research Methods Course” in College & Undergraduate Libraries (vol. 24 2017, issue 1).

Jeff Jenson (Library)

Jeff Jenson served on the Planning Committee for the 5th Annual Minnesota Archives Symposium held on the campus of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. This year’s topic was “Archives in Conversation.” Jenson co-founded this symposium during his time on the TCART Executive Board. The event offers educational and networking opportunities for archivists, librarians, records […]