Two Reports from ASIST by Steve Hardin

Reference/Instruction librarian Steve Hardin continues his lengthy record of scholarship with these recent reports from Association for Information Science & Technology events.

[1] Hardin, Steve (2016a).  Using technology to transform education: Aaron Doering Addresses annual meeting.  Bulletin of the Association for Information Science & Technology 42(3), 15-17.

Available at https://www.asist.org/files/bulletin/feb-16/Bulletin_FebMar2016.pdf.  A report on a presentation by University of Minnesota Learning Technologies Professor Aaron Doering about his expeditions and how he shared the information gleaned via the internet.

[2] Hardin, Steve (2016b).  Creating impact: issues, challenges and solutions: Sarah Morton

Addresses plenary.  Bulletin of the Association for Information Science & Technology 42(3), 18-20.

Available at https://www.asist.org/files/bulletin/feb-16/Bulletin_FebMar2016.pdf.   A report on a presentation by the University of Edinburgh’s Sarah Morton on research impact and how to create it.

Feb. 3: Librarian Presents at Weekly Institute for Community Sustainability seminar

Starts at: 12:00 pm Ends at: 1:00 pm Where: HMSU 307

The third seminar for the ICS seminar season will be given by Steve Hardin, associate librarian.

The title is “Don’t stop with Google: Finding sustainability information.” Steve is the library’s liaison for the Communication, Earth and Environmental Systems, Math and Computer Science and the Political Science departments and is therefore well equipped to assist with library research on almost any topic that has to do with sustainable development.

More info? Contact:
Eric Anderson
812-237-8052
eanderson@indstate.edu