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Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI): 2019 Annual Meeting

ALI Annual Members Meeting

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ALI Annual Meeting

Theme:  Making Academic Change Happen:

Library Management, Library Assessment, OER + Scholarly Communications.

May 3, 2019

Location: IUPUI

Lilly Auditorium + LL Lobby; Library Instruction Room; Computer Classroom

 

 

MACH More about Making Academic Change Happen

Making Academic Change Happen ​(MACH)

MACH is a development program… The MACH approach is empowerment through practice.  At any stage of a change project, at any level of your own development as a change maker, you can benefit from the MACH program.

Begun in 2012 as an annual MACH workshop, the MACH program currently offers workshops, customized consulting, online resources, and a team of experienced facilitators who can assist you in your development as a change maker. 

If you are a new change agent, the MACH program will help you learn and apply key ideas like understanding institutional context (and which elements are particularly important), team formation and development, and pitching your project to the people in power. 

If you are a more experienced change maker and have struggled in the past, the MACH program will help you refine and amplify existing skills to effectively advocate for your project, using language and an approach that is nearly irresistible. Also, you will gain the skills to see many steps ahead to avoid challenges upfront.

Wherever you are in your development as a change agent,

the MACH program can benefit you.

 MACH

Keynote Speakers, Directions & Accommodations

Making Academic Change Happen:

Library Management, Library Assessment, OER + Scholarly Communications.

Wherever you are in your development as a change agent,

the MACH program can benefit you.

MACH Speakers/Facilitators

Dr. Steve Chenoweth.  Associate Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
MACH Speaker/Facilitator

Dr. Steve Chenoweth has nearly 30 years of industry experience, including teaching and evaluating courses for NCR Corporation and AT&T/Lucent. He helped create Rose-Hulman’s programs in software engineering and robotics, including online components of both programs. Dr. Chenoweth has helped coordinate the department’s senior capstone design course, enhancing the student education experience with several industry-sponsored projects. He is a faculty member for Home for Environmentally Responsible Engineers, a program helping to develop STEM professionals with interests in sustainability.

 

Dean Julia Williams. Interim Dean, Cross-Cutting Programs and Emerging Opportunities, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. MACH Speaker/Facilitator

    

 Julia M. Williams joined the faculty of the Humanities and Social Sciences Department at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in 1992, then assumed duties as Executive Director of the Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment in 2005. In 2016, she was appointed Interim Dean of Cross-Cutting Programs and Emerging Opportunities. Julia Williams collaborates with colleagues at Rose-Hulman and at the University of Washington Center for Evaluation & Research in STEM Equity (CERSE) to support the work of the Revolutionizing Engineering and Computer Science Departments (RED) grant recipients. She has received numerous awards including the 2015 Schlesinger Award (IEEE Professional Communication Society), and the 2010 Sterling Olmsted Award (ASEE Liberal Education Division).                                                                          

                                           


ALI Annual Meeting

Theme:  Making Academic Change Happen:

Library Management, Library Assessment, OER + Scholarly Communications.

May 3, 2019

Location: IUPUI

Location:  Lilly Auditorium + LL Lobby; Library Instruction Room; Computer Classroom

Proposed schedule

9:00-9:45----Arrival and continental Breakfast in Lobby

10:00 ---------MACH Session 1 Engines and Anchors

11:00--------- MACH Session 2 Relationship Map

12:00- 12:50 –Lunch

1:00-2:30------ MACH Session 3

2:30-2:45------Break

2:45-3:30------Business Meeting

  1. 2:45 PM Call to order (Rick Provine, President)
  2. Reading and Approval of 2018 Minutes (Matthew Shaw, Secretary)
  3. Secretary’s Report (Matthew Shaw)
  4. Treasurer’s Report (Polly Boruff-Jones)
  5. Reports of Select Committees and Task Force         
    1. First Search Taskforce Report (Tina)         
    2. Infrastructure Committee Report (Kirsten Leonard)         
    3. Communications Committee (Vicki Bloom and Charla Gilbert)     
  6. Board and Officer Elections (Marie WhiteKristina Brewer, Denise Shorey, and Frances Yates)
    1. Candidate for President: Marna Hostetler (USI)
    2. Candidate for Vice President:  Bernadette Ewen (Rose Hulman)
    3. Candidate for Treasurer:  Alexis Macklin (Purdue Fort Wayne)
    4. Candidate for Secretary: Denise Shorey (Franklin College)
      1. At Large Candidates: (Select one)
        1. Carol Parkinson (IVY Tech)
        2. Joe Thomas (St. Mary’s College)
        3. Emily Dill (IUPUC)
  7. 3:30PM Adjourn

 

 

 

At Large Candidates

 

At Large Candidates: 

  1. Carol Parkinson (IVY Tech)
  2. Joe Thomas (St. Mary’s College)
  3. Emily Dill (IUPUC)

 

 

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