EVALUATION & IDEAS
"Beyond Show and Tell: Engaging Undergraduates with Primary Sources." Catherine Ceniza Choy, Associate Professor, Ethnic Studies and Karen Munro, University Library, Mellon Librarian Fellow. ARCHIVES 2008: Archival R/Evluation & Identities. San Francisco, California, August 26-30, 2008.
"Mellon Library/Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research." Elizabeth A. Dupuis, University Library. Living the Future 7: Transforming Libraries through Collaboration. Tuscon, Arizona, April 30-May 3, 2008. (upcoming)
"From Theory to Practice: Insights into Faculty Learning from the Mellon Library/Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research." Pat Davitt Maughan, University Library, invited speaker. KWIL 2007: Konstanz Workshop on Information Literacy, Konstanz, Germany, November 7-9, 2007.
"Mellon Fellowship for Undergraduate Research: Ideas, Innovations, and Impacts." Elizabeth Dupuis, University Library, invited speaker. Educause Learning Iniative Fall Forum. Boulder, Co., August 15-16, 2007.
Case Study: Creating a Culture of Collaboration at the University of
California, Berkeley." Elizabeth Dupuis, University Library; Victoria
Robinson, American Cultures Center; Cynthia Schrager, Division of Undergraduate
Center Third National Conference, Transforming the Culture: Undergraduate
Education and the Multiple Functions of the Research University. Washington, D.C., November 9, 2006.
Learning in Undergraduate Courses: Working Effectively with GSIs to
Guide Student Research." Margaret Conkey, Professor of Anthropology;
Michelle Douskey, Lecturer in Chemistry; Sarah McDaniel, University
Library; Ruth Tringham, Professor of Anthropology; Linda von Hoene,
Graduate Student Instructor Teaching & Resource Center.
Sponsored by the Mellon Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research.
University of California, Berkeley, California, November 6, 2006.
DIALOGUE TO IMPACT: Enhancing Campus Collaboration in the Service of
Student Learning & Engagement."
Elizabeth A. Dupuis and Pat Davitt Maughan, University Library, invited speakers. Cornell
University, Ithaca, New York, October 5, 2006.
of California Information Literacy Common Interest Group Workshop: Infusing
Information Literacy throughout the UCs - Programmatic Considerations
and Practical Approaches, Irvine, CA: University of California,
Irvine, University Club, August 10, 2006.
Roles in Changing Environments: Extending the Library's Role in Curriculum
& Faculty Development (handout)
Berkeley Mellon Library/Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research
"From Library Instruction to Instructional Design: Experiments in Consultancy at UC Berkeley." Kathleen Gallagher, University Library, Mellon Librarian Fellow.
Case Study in Evaluation & Assessment for a Virtual Learning Commons."
Pat Davitt Maughan, University Library. California Academic & Research
Libraries (CARL) Annual Conference, Pre-Conference. Asilomar,
California, April 21, 2006.
Reading, Writing & Doing Research: A Colloquium for Reading & Composition Instructors." Berkeley, California, April 14, 2006. Organized by Kaya Oaks, Lecturer, College Writing Program.
the Academic Research Experience through Research-Based Learning."
Elizabeth A. Dupuis, University Library.
ACRL Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting and Conference, Chicago,
Illinois, March 31 -
April 4, 2006.
"Teaching as Public Sociology." Mary Kelsey, Lecturer in Sociology. Berkeley, California, November 16, 2005.
Learning, Changing Roles: It takes a Village ..."
Patricia Iannuzzi, University Library, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
30th Annual POD Conference: A Gathering of Waters: Exploring Possibilities
and Engaging Ideas. Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, October 27-30, 2005.
on Fire: Enriching Student Learning by developing Research Skills."
Patricia Davitt Maughan, University Library. International
Ticer School 2005. Digital Libraries a la Carte: Choices for the Future.
Tilburg, Netherlands, August 22-26, 2005.
eBerkeley Symposium. Berkeley, California, University of California, April 12, 2005.
"What is Research-based Learning?" Pat Davitt Maughan, University Library.
"Successful models: Lessons from the Mellon Institute for Undergraduate Research." Christina Maslach, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (Facilitator) and Mellon Fellows Barbara Abrams (Public Health), Greg Niemeyer (Art Practice), Charis Thompson (Women's Studies).
"New Ingredients: Expanding Your Information Resources Menu." Mark Healey, Assistant Professor, History.
"Supersize It: Enriching the Learning Experiences in Large Enrollment Courses." Michelle Douskey, Lecturer in Chemistry and Ingrid Seyer-Ochi, Associate Professor, Education; Members of the Mellon Steering Committee: Karen Miles and Linda von Hoene.
"Changing the Recipe: Designing Alternative to the Research Project." Helene Kaplan Prentice, Lecturer in City & Regional Planning.
Resources and Funds to Support a Research-based Undergraduate Education."
Iannuzzi, University Library and Mark Feldman,
Graduate Student Instructor Teaching & Resource Center.
The Reinvention Center 2nd National Conference: Integrating Research
into Undergraduate Education - the Value Added.
Washington, DC, November 18-19, 2005.
based research projects for general Chemistry."
Michelle Douskey, Lecturer in Chemistry. American Chemical Society Western
Regional Meeting, Sacramento, CA. October 27-29, 2004.
"Rethinking the Undergraduate Curriculum: It Takes a Village ..."
Maslach, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education & Patricia Iannuzzi,
University Library. Systemic Change in Research Institutions, Association
of Research Libraries, Proceedings of the 144th Annual Meeting. Tuscon,
May 12-14, 2004.
"Incorporating Library Resources into Large Enrollment Courses." Ingrid Seyer-Ochi, Associate Professor, Education, keynote speaker. University of Kentucky Information Literacy Workshop, May 11-12, 2004 ,
Thinking, Challenging Authority."
Ruth Tringham, Professor of Anthropology. Annual Meeting of the Society
of American Archaeology, Montreal, April 2-5, 2004.