Presentations

Peer Reviewed

Ross, S. V. T. (2012). “Exploring Non-resident Library Use in Appalachia.” Poster presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education Conference, January, 2012.

Ross, S. V. T., Hammond, H., Johnson, D. & Casey, S. (2011).   "Tailoring the eFolio Experience to Meet Assessment Needs."   Presentation for the eLearning Summit 2011.  Northwestern College, St.  Paul, MN; July 2011.

Ross, S. V. T. (2010).  “Teaching Electronic Resource Management.”   Presentation for the Charleston Conference. Charleston, November, 2010.

Ross, S. V. T. (2010).  “A grounded analysis of the use of public libraries in Appalachia by non-residents.”  Paper presented at International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries. Chania, Crete, May, 2010.

Ross, S. V. T. (2009).  “The scholarly use of journals offered through HINARI and AGORA programs as suggested by the journal-citing patterns of scholars in the least-developed nations.” Poster presented at the ALISE/Jean Tague Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Research Poster Competition. Denver, January, 2009.

Ross, S. V. T. (2008).  “A Study of Citations Made to Journals Offered through the Access to Global Online Resources in Agriculture (AGORA) Program by Authors from Eligible Asian Countries.” Paper presented at the World Conference on Agricultural Information and IT, Tokyo, August, 2008.

Ross, S. V. T. (2006).  “Electronic Resources Management: Exploring the Ethical Climate.” Poster presentation for Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference, San Antonio, January, 2006.

Ross, S. V. T. (2003).  “Applying Program Assessment Techniques to Electronic Resources Management.” Poster presentation for the Association of College and Research Libraries Biennial Conference, Charlotte, April, 2003.

Ross, S. V. T. (2002).  “Electronic Resources Management: Program Development and Assessment Techniques for College Libraries.” Poster presentation for the New York Library Association Annual Conference, Saratoga, October, 2002.

 

Invited Speaker

Ross, S. V. T. (2011).  "Community Services: What Are Hikers Looking For?" Invited speaker for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy's 38th Bienniel Conference, Emory and Henry, Emory, VA; July, 2011.

Ross, S. V. T. (2010).  “Research4Life:  Review of Impact in the Literature.”  Invited speaker for the 2010 Research4Life General Partners Meeting.  United Nations, New York, September, 2010.

Ross, S. V. T. (2006).  “Globalization of Scholarly Communication.” Panel speaker for the Information Policy and Information Ethics Special Interests Groups Joint Program “Life after WSIS”. American Society for Information Science and Technology Conference, Austin, November, 2006.

Ross, S. V. T. (2006).  “Information Ownership in the Digital Environment: Examining the Ethical Climate in Libraries.” Invited Speaker for the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference, Atlanta, March, 2006.

Ross, S. V. T. (2005).  “Library Success Stories.” Panel speaker for the official side event of the World Summit on the Information Society sponsored by the International Federation of Library Associations and Organizations, Tunis, November, 2005.

Ross, S. V. T. (2003).  “Effective Electronic Resources Management.” Invited speaker for the Section on the Management of Information Technology Program. New York Library Association Annual Conference, November, 2003.

 

Community Presentations

Ross, S. V. T. (2011). “Hikers Love Libraries – Mostly: Preliminary Findings from the Long-distance Hiker Survey.” Presentation for the Faculty Research Coffee Hour, College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, MN; April, 2011.

Ross, S. V. T. (2010).  “Visitors’ Use of Libraries Along the Appalachian Trail” Presentation for the LIS Community Gathering, St. Catherine University, St. Paul, November, 2010.

Ross, S. V. T. (2009).  “Using Citation Data as a Means of Evaluating Efforts by International Organizations to Improve Scholarship in Developing Nations.” Presentation for the LIS Community Gathering, College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, February, 2009.

Ross, S. V. T. (2009). “Using NVivo 8 to Develop and Manage Qualitative Research Projects.”  Presentation for the Faculty Research Coffee Hour, College of St. Catherine, St. Paul,

Ross, S. V. T. (2007).  “Scholarly Use of Journals in the HINARI and AGORA Collections.” Presentation for the Project Athena Summit, Washington D. C., June, 2007.

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