2014 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 2014 VALE/NJ ACRL/NJLA CUS Users' Conference on January 10, 2014
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)
P01: New Jersey Prizefighters: Librarians at the Top of Their Game
P02: 2014 NJLA CUS/ACRL Technology Innovation Award: Future Technology for Today
P03: Boxing our Shadows: Going from Physical to Virtual
P04: Consistency In Your Corner: Using a Common Handout for Information Literacy Instruction
P05: Embracing the Zombie Apocalypse: Leading the Way Into the Ring of Student Interests
P06: Getting in on the Game: A Library and Athletics Partnership
P07: Going Hosted-Server Migration
P08: Implementing RDA – What’s in it for me?
P09: LIS Students: Step into the Ring of Academic Librarianship - Becoming the Best Candidate
P10: Marketing and Delivering Information Literacy on the Web, Yesterday and Today
P11: Rolling with the Vendors’ Apps: Librarians as Leaders in Promoting Easy Access to Databases.
P12: The Evolving NJLA CUS/ACRL-NJ Newsletter
Other comments about the Poster Sessions
B01: Keynote Speaker Follow-Up Session
B02: Understanding Altmetrics and Their Impact on Scholarly Communication
B03: Joining Paths: How to Become One
B04: Off the Ropes and Away from the Desk: How to Lead the Way for Lifelong
B05: Personal Librarians: A Collaborative Approach to Easing Students’...
B06: Don't Flip Out- Flip Your Classroom! Using Hybrid Information Literacy Instruction to Get Your Students 'Into the Ring'.
B07: Sneak Preview of VALID Functionality and Project Updates
Other comments about the Breakout Sessions I
B08: Who knew? Virtual Reference May Have a Demographic!
B09: Using LibAnalytics for Assessment
B10: Changing the F.A.C.E. of the Library: Facilitating Academic Collegiate Excellence through Gamification
B11: Surveying Graduate Students About Workshops of Interest: Librarians Take the Lead at Rutgers-Newark
B12: A Three Session Approach to Library Instruction for Freshman English
B13: Flipping the Script: Using Videos as Instructional Tools to Flip the Information Literacy Class
B14: Merge and Search: A Preview of the VALID Project's Shared Online Catalog
Other comments about the Breakout Sessions II
B15: The Power Punch of Virtual Reference Tools: LibraryH3lp, LibAnswers and Mosio
B16: Doing Digital Scholarship and Expanding Undergraduate Research Capabilities through nVIVO
B17: Library Renovation: Dos and Don'ts
B18: Out of the Library...On to the Floor: Participating in Patient Rounds and Morning Report
B19: Ecology, Information Literacy and Bernard Lonergan: A Librarian Immersed
B20: Delivering Library Resources and Services to Students: A Case Study for an Open Source CMS
B21: One Minute Promotional Videos; Meet the Corner Team
Other comments about the Breakout Sessions III