InfoForum survey: Please tell us how we did

logo for a lecture seriesThis past school year, Campus and Community Relations (CCR) hosted a newly refurbished version of the InfoForum. Now we’d like to gather your feedback to help us plan for next year.

Please take our short survey at:

As background, the InfoForum has typically been for Emory Libraries’ departments to inform their Library colleagues about library topics. The FY19 incarnation of the InfoForum was as a curated speaker series. Rather than asking one library group to present for the whole hour, we arranged a trio of 20-minute presentations from three distinct groups: Emory Libraries, LITS IT, and non-LITS Emory groups.

For retrospective on the year, the InfoForums are listed below. We have included the recordings of the sessions, when available (there were occasional technical difficulties):

September 2018 (slides only):

  • Pellom McDaniels III, Curator, Rose Library – “Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade: A Match Made in Heaven”
  • Mark Kawasaki, IT Service Management Specialist III, ITSMO – “On-Call Calendaring and Paging in ServiceNow”
  • Taylor Spicer, Coordinator, Sustainability – “Emory Sustainability Ecosystem: Operations and Programs for the Year”

October 2018 (recording):

  • Anne Marie McLean, Library Coordinator, Heilbrun Music and Media Library – “Innovation at Music and Media”
  • Wayne Morse, Co-Director, Emory Center for Digital Scholarship – “ECDS: Five Year Update”
  • Randall Burkett, Retired Curator, Rose Library – “Building Emory’s African American Collections”

November 2018 (recording):

  • Kim Braxton and Lee Clontz, Director and Assistant Director, Academic Technology Services – “Canvas Update”
  • Marc Overcash, Deputy CIO, University IT Services and Research Solutions – “How UIT partners with Emory Libraries”
  • Adele Clements, Senior Director, Transportation Services – “Parking and transportation update”

December 2018 (slides only):

  • Guo-Hua Wang, Unit Head, Area Studies Librarians – “International Area Studies”
  • Dorian Hyndman, Manager, Network Services Build Team – “Emory Unplugged”
  • Stephanie Parisi, Associate Director of Online Education, CFDE – “Get to Know the Center for Faculty Development”

January 2019 (recording):

  • Anita Vannucci, Records Manager, Rose Library – “Box best practices for records management”
  • Brad Sanford, Chief Information Security Officer, Enterprise IT Security – “Protecting your data”
  • Gary Hauk, University Historian – “Mr. Woodruff and the Three Wise Men”

February 2019 (recording):

  • John Ellis, Deputy CIO, Enterprise Applications, Services & Infrastructure – “Cloud and Culture”
  • Kristian Serrano, Lead Web Developer, Library Technology and Digital Strategy – Library web site update
  • Meaghan O’Riordan, User Services Manager, Rose Library – “LITS Wellness Committee: Championing Wellness in the Workplace”

March 2019 (slides only)

  • Lisa Macklin, Director, Research, Engagement, & Scholarly Communications –
    –“RESC turns one! What is new in Research, Engagement, and Scholarly Communications”
  • Jenn Sutcliffe, Educational Analyst II, Teaching and learning Technologies –
    –“Art+Feminism: A Wikipedia Edit-a-thon and Emory Tradition”

April 2019 (recording)

  • Gretchen Warner and Dawn Francis-Chewning – “Incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Emory Libraries”
  • Joanna Green, Chief Business Officer, LITS– “LITS B&A: Who, What, When, Where, and Why”
  • Heather Mugg, Assoc Vice Provost, Academic Affairs – “Sharing the Work of Undergraduate Affairs”

Thanks to all of you who helped make the InfoForums a success in FY19 and do not forget to take our survey.

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