ASEE-ELD: call for papers
The SmoothPaper online submission system is now open for submissions to the ASEE’s Engineering Libraries Division program for the the annual conference in Honolulu, HI. Deadline is October 4th at 5 PM.
The following topics are suggested; they are not mandatory.
- Applications of Course Management Technologies in Engineering
How are webCT, Blackboard or any other course management systems used by engineering librarians? Use of RSS, Wikis and ipods in distance learning. (Combining these two areas in one session; This depends on the number of abstracts received and accepted)
- Managing and Mentoring (such as breaking in to engineering librarianship and related issues)
Panel discussion with new librarians and senior librarians on Challenges and Opportunities for New Engineering Librarians. Budget and Strategic Planning International library job exchanges
- Emergency Preparedness
Use of libraries in Emergency Preparedness Experiences of real events and recommendations to ELD members based on those experiences
- Entrepreneurship, business and engineering information
How are engineering librarians meeting business information needs of engineering students?
- Nanotechnology Information Access
Session co-sponsored by other divisions including Materials and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering and ELD on Nanotechnology research and teaching. USPTO, European Patent and the new patent classifications that address the interdisciplinary nature of nanotechnology.
- Marketing/Outreach – innovative approaches
‘Getting to know you’ – relationship building/collaboration in Engineering Librarianship’; new and innovative ways of connecting with faculty and students
- ELD Technical Papers Session
Papers that don’t fit into the other sessions go here.
Scholarly communication/Institutional repositories