See Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies annual faculty, staff, and student awards at One Book Higher Awards 2019.
Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies Assistant Professor Nastasha Johnson (left) and Associate Professor Michael Witt (center) accepted the Academic Connection Award for the Engineering in the World of Data Learning Community faculty team from Associate Director of Residential Academic Initiatives Jonathan Manz (right). (Read more about the teaching team and the learning community at http://bit.ly/ewd-lc-award.)
Heather Howard was awarded (by Research Council) International Travel Grant of $2,000 and Research Support Grant $995.57. The funds will be used to travel to the European Academy of Management (EURAM) Annual Conference, June 25-28 2019, Lisbon, Portugal to present “Student Information Use and Decision-Making in Innovation Competitions.”
Nicole Kong was awarded (by Research Council) an International Travel Grant of $2,560. The grant will be used to travel to the 11th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML) 2019 International Conference, May 28-31, 2019, in Florence, Italy, to present “Understanding the Impact of an Institutional Repository – A Big Data Mining and Visualization Project and Librarian as a Collaborator in Supporting Spatial Humanities Research Projects.”
Clarence Maybee was awarded (by Research Council) an International Travel Grant of $2,000. The grant will be used to travel to the Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Librarianship conference held in Florence, Italy, May 29-31, 2019, to present “Informed Learning Design: A Tool for Integrating Information Literacy into Disciplinary Curricula.”
Bethany McGowan was awarded (from Research Council) an International Travel Grant of $2,000. The grant will be used to travel to the 2019 Medical Library Association Conference in Chicago, IL, May 5-7, 2019, to present the paper “Understanding Nursing Faculty’s Perceptions of the Role of the ACRL Information Literacy Framework in Nursing Instruction” and two poster sessions on “Using Text Mining Tools to Generate Terms for a Systematic Review: A Comparison of Voyant Tools” and “R tm and Creating a For Credit Systematic Review Course for Graduate Students in the Health Sciences.”
Larry Mykytiuk’s research in Biblical studies was recognized during his time as Scholar in Residence at Temple Sholom, Chicago, IL, March 29‒31, 2019.
Margaret Phillips was awarded (from Research Council) an International Travel Grant of $2,000 and Research Support Grant of $995.97. The funds will be used to travel to the 2019 European Academy of Management (EURAM) conference in Lisbon, Portugal, from June 25-28, 2019, to present “Mapping Industry Standards in Undergraduate Business Education.
On April 24, Bert Chapman presented “The Controversial F-35 Joint Strike Fighter: America’s Most Expensive Weapons System and Its Impact” and “British Government Information Resources” at INDIGO, the Indiana Government Documents Librarians Conference at Indiana University in Bloomington.
Adriana Harmeyer was on the panel “Archival Revitalization: Transforming Technical Services with Innovative Workflows” at the Midwest Archives Conference in Detroit (MI), April 6. She also delivered the invited presentation, “Bruce Rogers: Designer, Typographer, and Son of Indiana” to the Daughters of the American Revolution, General de Lafayette Chapter, April 9.
Michael Witt co-organized the Drexel-CODATA FAIR Responsible Research Data Management Workshop on March 31 and April 1 at Drexel University, https://conference.codata.org/Drexel_CODATA_2019.
Publications and Media
Maybee, Clarence, et al. “Informed Learning Design: Teaching and Learning through Engagement with Information.” Higher Education Research & Development, vol. 38, no. 3, Apr. 2019, pp. 579–93. Crossref, doi:10.1080/07294360.2018.1545748.
Reed, Jason B., and Benjamin Jahre. “Reviewing the Current State of Library Support for Open Educational Resources.” Collection Management, Mar. 2019, pp. 1–12. Crossref, doi:10.1080/01462679.2019.1588181.
Marceau, Kristine, Savannah Hottle, and Jane Kinkus Yatcilla. “Puberty in the Last 25 Years: A Retrospective Bibliometric Analysis.” Journal of Research on Adolescence, vol. 29, no. 1, Mar. 2019, pp. 96–114. Crossref, doi:10.1111/jora.12396.
Nicole Kong and Yue (Shirley) Li contributed a post to the BTAA Geospatial Data Project blog at http://bit.ly/btaapurduepost.