2016 VALE / NJ ACRL / NJLA CUS Annual Users' Conference Evaluation

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Thank you for participating in our online conference evaluation. Your comments and suggestions are very important to us as we plan for future conferences. The comments you provide on individual poster and breakout sessions will offer valuable feedback to the presenters on their projects. Participation in this survey should take approximately 3-5 minutes. The required fields are marked with a red asterisk (*). *****

I attended the 2016 VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Users' Conference on January 15, 2016
The Users' Conference Planning Committee was very pleased with the high attendance at the Conference!
Please rate the poster sessions you attended using the scale of 1 (least helpful) to 5 (most helpful)*
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B01: Keynote Speaker Follow-Up Session
B02: Playing Triple-A Ball with the Faculty: Advocacy, Access, and Authority in Library Liaison Activity
B03: Reading Together: Creating Sustainable Garbology Programs
B04: Loci Communes: Integrating Special Collections into Instruction
B05: Applying Data Visualization into Library Decision Making
B06: Discovery as Panacea: Is EDS a Solution?
B07: Short-term Loans of E-books as an Adjunct to ILL
B08: Enhancing Resource Discovery with VuFind
Other comments about Breakout Sessions I
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B09: VALID Project Update – Sharing the Common, Enabling the Unique
B10: But I’m a Librarian! Planning an Academic Conference on Your Campus
B11: Establishing Your library as the Center of Campus: Cultivating Partnerships to Foster Engagement and Market Research-Focused Programs
B12: Library Synergies Across Campus: Implementing the MISO (Measuring Information Services Outcome) Survey
B13: Engaging the Public Through Student-Curated Exhibits
B14: The (Mostly) All Purpose Library Instruction Assessment: A One Month Pilot
B15: The E-book Ecosystem Ebb and Flow. How is it Working?
Other comments about Breakout Sessions II
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B16: Cultivating the Energy of Faculty and Students in Digital Initiatives: A Stockton Story
B17: Online Research Profiles: Helping Faculty Make their Research More Visible on the Web
B18: Library as Place with You in Focus
B19: Build Your Own Technology Toolkit: Create Awesome Outreach that Energizes Your Campus Community
B20: SHARE the Info: Spreading Health Awareness with Resources and Education – a NN/LM Funded Program
B21: Incorporating Federal Social Media Accounts into Reference and Instruction: Tips, Tricks, and Potential Pitfalls
B22: Controlled Chaos: Energizing Your Instruction with Active Learning
B23: Proactive E-Resource Licensing: Educating Ourselves and Our Vendors Through Negotiation
B24: Library as Locus: How Institutional Repositories Advance the Impact of Your Faculty’s Scholarly Output
Other comments about Breakout Sessions III
Lightning Talks
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P01: Weeding Politics-Related Book Collections in Academic Libraries
P02: Automating Library Study Room Signouts in One Easy Step
P03: 2016 Technology Innovation Award
P04: Assessing the impact of Government Documents and Data Information Literacy Instruction on Life-Long Learning and Student Success
P05: A set up for success: Academic libraries in the infrastructure of science
P06: Cura Personalis by Way of a Therapy Dog
P07: BIBFRAME -- It’s All About Community: Library Data Out of Information Silos and Into the World
P08: Teach and Tell: Access Services’ Role in the Big Picture
P09: Building Community: Design By & For Users
P10: Hype: Creating, marketing, and maintaining a new library contest series
P11: Symposium on Open Access: Perspectives in Biomedical and Health Sciences
P12: A Library Exhibits & Events Committee: Create and They Will Come
P13: I-Learn Model vs. 40 Plus Years of Documents Association of New Jersey (DANJ) Traditional Model for Information Literacy Instruction
P14: Chinese Corner: From Library to Classrooms
P15: Applying the New Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education to Library Instruction
P16: Improve Library Instruction with Usability Testing Data
P17: Lounging About—Creating a Graduate Student Lounge in the Library
P18: Gaming in an Academic Library: Hosting a Super Smash Brothers Tournament at Hudson County Community College
P19: Call for Nomintions & Submissions for the 2016 NJLA/CUS ACRL-NJ Research Award & Forum
P20: Energizing NJ Academic Librarians: ACRL NJ/NJLA CUS
Other comments about the Poster Sessions