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On October 27th, 2014 the SJSU ASIS&T Student Chapter welcomed five SJSU iSchool faculty members share their latest research on technological topics in a fast-paced pecha kucha-style event. Dr. Michelle Chen discussed the ways in which librarians can use information visualization in order to use data services to provide better patron services. Ms. Meredith Farkas discussed the benefits of building a culture of assessment for academic libraries. Ms. Johanna Tunon examined the use of digital badges as an extrinsic method for evaluating the success of the information literacy efforts across the academic programs at Nova Southeastern University. Ms. Beth Wrenn-Estes addressed the ten latest research finds for youth services. Dr. Lei Zhang showed that functional units can be utilized to support finding, aggregating, and navigating information in a distributed information environment.
Archival Science | Cataloging and Metadata | Collection Development and Management | Databases and Information Systems | Graphics and Human Computer Interfaces | Information Literacy | Library and Information Science | Other Computer Sciences | Scholarly Communication | Scholarly Publishing | Science and Technology Studies
Farkas, M., Chen, M., Tunon, J., Wrenn-Estes, B., & Zhang, L. (2014). Faculty Speaker: Faculty Lightning Talks. Retrieved from http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/sjsuasist/40