Conferences and Publications

PUBLICATIONS

Albert. Amanda. (2018). “Story Time in the Academic Library: Using Assessment Evidence to Communicate Library Value “ in M. Britto & K. Kinsley (Eds.),  Academic Libraries and the Academy: Strategies and Approaches to Demonstrate Your Value, Impact, and Return on Investment. Chicago: ACRL Press.

Albert, Amanda, and Emery, Jamie. (2017). “Putting Constructivist Learning Theory into Practice: Using Educational Technology to Engage Students and Assess Their Learning.Brick & Click Libraries: Proceedings of an Academic Libraries Conference.” 

           

Albert, Amanda. (2017) “Transformative Learning: Changing ESL Students’ Research Methods through the Examination of the Processes of Information Creation.” Framing Information Literacy: Teaching Grounded in Theory, Pedagogy, and Practice. 

 

Albert, Amanda. (2016). “Building Brand Love, Sharing Value Stories, and Gaining the Advocacy You Crave.” Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning. January. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/1533290X.2016.1193413

 

Albert, Amanda. (2016). “Assessing Your New Library Position: A Story about Creativity, Collaboration, and Collegiality.” Proceedings of the 2016 Library Assessment Conference.

Albert, Amanda. (2017). “Writer: Party of Two.” The First-Year Experience Library Cookbook. 

 

Albert, Amanda. (2014). “Communicating Library Value – The Missing Piece of the Assessment Puzzle.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 40. 634-637. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acalib.2014.10.001

 

PRESENTATIONS

Peer Reviewed Presentations

Albert, Amanda B., "The Library in Your Course: Engaging Students in an LMS" (2019). University Libraries Presentations. 33.
https://openscholarship.wustl.edu/lib_present/33

Albert, Amanda. (2018). "Leveling Up: Using Assessment Data to Up Your Marketing Game and Communicate Your Library's Impact." Library Marketing and Assessment Conference. HANDOUTS

Albert, Amanda, and Emery, Jamie. (2017). “Putting Constructivist Learning Theory into Practice: Using Educational Technology to Engage Students and Assess Their Learning.” Brick & Click: An Academic Libraries Conference. 

 

Albert, Amanda and Emery, Jamie. (2017). “Tech Tools for Your Instructional Toolbox.” St. Louis Regional Library Network Tech Expo. March.

 

Albert, Amanda. (2016). “Assessing Your New Library Position: A Story about Creativity, Collaboration, and Collegiality.” Library Assessment Conference. 

Albert, Amanda. (2016). “Finding the Missing Piece: Communicating Library Value to Complete the Assessment Puzzle.” Distance Library Services Conference Workshop. 

           

Albert, Amanda. (2016). “Building Brand Love, Sharing Value Stories, and Gaining the Advocacy You Crave.” Distance Library Services Conference. 

           

Albert, Amanda. (2015). “Finding the Missing Piece: Communicating Library Value to Complete the Assessment Puzzle.” Southeast Library Assessment Conference. November.

 

Albert, Amanda, Aycock, Laurie, & Holm, Christina. (2015). “Climbing the Mountain on the Quest for Success: Adventures in First-Year Librarianship. GaCOMO Annual Conference. October.

 

Long, Casey, Rose, Rebecca, Sharpe, Chris, & Albert, Amanda. (2015).  “Choose Your Own Adventure: Journey Through the ACRL Framework.” GaCOMO Annual Conference Roundtable. October.

 

Albert, Amanda. (2015). “Community Conversations: Building Intercampus Partnerships to Communicate Library Value.” Atlanta Area Bibliographic Instruction Group Conference. 

 

Albert, Amanda & Oakleaf, Megan. (2015). “Library Value Communication: Conceptualizing Impact, Centering on Stakeholders, Crafting Messages, & Conveying the Story.” Association of College and Research Libraries Workshop. March.

 

Albert, Amanda, Oakleaf, Megan, Millet, Michelle, Mengel, Liz, Eldermire, Erin, & Buhler, Jeremy. (2015). “Getting Started with Academic Library Value: Strategies for Initiating Conversations, Expanding Thinking, and Taking Action.” Association of College and Research Libraries Conference. 

 

Albert, Amanda, Helson, Sarah, & Stripling, Chelsea. (2014). “CATs in the Classroom!” Atlanta Area Bibliographic Instruction Group Conference. June.

 

Albert, Amanda. (2013). “Compassion as Best Practice at Library Service Desks.” New York Library Association Annual Conference, Pecha Kucha. September.

 

Albert, Amanda, Bergquist, Michelle, & Stripling, Chelsea. (2013). “Assessing Little Free Libraries for Community Engagement.” New York Library Association Annual Conference. Pecha Kucha. September.

Invited Presentations

Brancolini, K., Kyrillidou, M., & Oakleaf, M., Albert, A. (2018). “Assessment Communication and Dissemination.” NEFLIN Assessment Project. Northeast Florida Library Information Network.  

Albert, Amanda, et. al. (2016). “Leaning into… the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy.” Distance Library Services Conference. Panel discussion. 

 

Albert, Amanda. (2016) “Transforming the Conversation: Communicating Your Library’s Value.” Rochester Regional Library Council. Workshop.     

 

Albert, Amanda. (2016). "Active Learning.” Gateway Library Instruction Conference. 

 

Albert, Amanda. (2015). “Brace for Impact: Using Assessment Evidence to Communicate the Value of Your Library SERs.” NISO Virtual Conference, Expanding the Assessment Toolbox: Blending Old and New Assessment Practices.

 

Peer Reviewed Poster Sessions

Albert, Amanda B., "Take the Bull by the Horns: Combatting Bullshit in Academic Libraries" (2019). University Libraries Presentations. 32.
https://openscholarship.wustl.edu/lib_present/32

Albert, Amanda B.; Ahnberg, Katherine; and Hays, Lauren, "Talent Management and New Trajectories: Preparing and Retaining Early Career Librarians" (2017). Association of College and Research Libraries Annual Conference, accessed by: https://openscholarship.wustl.edu/lib_present/31

Albert, Amanda & Eldermire, Erin. (2014). “Partnering with Librarians: Perspectives from two MLIS Students.” Library Assessment Conference. August.

 

Albert, Amanda. (2014).  “Threshold Concepts for Information Professionals.” LOEX. 

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